Critically acclaimed sitcom Hoff The Record returns for a second series on Dave and welcomes a star-studded array of guest stars to join The Hoff (David Hasselhoff) and his oddball entourage.
The Hoff is whisked along by his terrible manager Max (Fergus Craig) and aided by his overqualified and unimpressed PA Harriet (Ella Craig) all the while being followed around by his illegitimate lovechild Dieter (Mark Quartley) and life coached by personal trainer Danny (Brett Goldstein). Driver Terry (Asim Chaudhry) continues his inappropriate tirades as the gang continue to get themselves in ridiculous situations in a bid to revive The Hoff's career in the UK.
The enormously funny and daringly cheeky mockumentary
Hasselhoff combines a magnificent gift for self-mockery with the nouse to surround himself with an A team of comic talent... funnier than Episodes
David Hasselhoff's life is wonderfully reimagined in this spoof...the best original commission from Dave to date
The Daily Telegraph
Celebrity guest stars, including Tulisa, Sarah Hadland, Jessica Hynes and Kevin Eldon, make cameo appearances throughout the new series as the hapless gang find themselves in the most ridiculous situations. Situations, which really could only happen to The Hoff - series two, brought to you by the makers of Karl Pilkington's Moaning Of Life, and kicks off with the world convinced that The Hoff is dead...
Series 1 is available to catch up on UKTV Play.
Notes to Editors:
For interview requests please contact
Dave Publicist, Gemma Pinkney
Please note time with David Hasselhoff is very limited so please consider the ensemble cast for interview.
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