England Just Gave David Hasselhoff His Own ‘Curb Your Enthusiasm’-Style Show

One of the great questions of our time, one that has puzzled scientists and historians alike, has been “Which sovereign nation will be the first to give David Hasselhoff a show about a semi-fictionalized version of himself?” (Germany.) It was only a matter of time before it happened (in Germany), especially since Hasselhoff has more or less been playing a semi-fictionalized version of himself 24/7 for the past decade (often in Germany). And now, finally, in a move announced earlier today, we have our answer: The country that gave David Hasselhoff a show about a semi-fictionalized version of himself is… GERMA-

Wait, what? England? Really?

Hoff the Record will be a six-part series that centres on the life of “the Hoff” – a fictionalised version of the actor, set 30 years after he made his name with popular teatime drama Knight Rider. [RadioTimes]

“Popular teatime drama Knight Rider.” Incredible.

Following five divorces – the real Hasselhoff has been through a mere two – and some misguided career decisions, the series sees Hoff moving to the UK to try to get his career back on track. The identity of his co-stars are expected to be revealed soon.

Below, please find a video representation of what a Curb Your Enthusiasm-style show starring David Hasselhoff might look like. I spent about 90 seconds making it. You are very welcome.

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