Hoff the Record

  • 2015
  • TV Show
  • None

An American actor moves to U.K. to get his career back on track.

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Horror Season 2, Episode 6 Jun 10, 2016 Subscription

Despite the anxieties of his team the Hoff agrees to appear in a horror film with maverick director Anton De Vries but soon begins to appreciate their misgivings when they arrive in the middle of a forest in Romania with a less than confident crew and a maddeningly annoying director whose constant demands for retakes endangers the star's life. Amazingly the film proves to be a huge hit at festivals thus marking the Hoff's first major European triumph.

Finance Season 2, Episode 5 Jun 3, 2016 Subscription

The Hoff is keen to star in his self-penned play about Lawrence of Arabia and eccentric billionaire Bunny Vasilis agrees to finance it. However he demands numerous crowd-pleasing additions such as a sex scene car chase explosions and songs. Whilst Bunny introduces them to a jet set life style the team are happy to go along with these but when the Hoff rebels and threatens to return to the States they pull together to prevent him from leaving.

Wedding Season 2, Episode 4 May 27, 2016 Subscription

Max books the Hoff to sing at super-fan Patricia Reardon's wedding in Yorkshire - a foreign country to the Hoff and his entourage and the North-South divide is not helped by a snide barman and Patricia's jealous short-tempered groom Greg. Hostilities are increased when bridesmaid Annabelle accuses Greg of killing her dog and when next morning the Hoff is nowhere to be found his friends fear for his safety - though only with partial cause as it turns out.

Divorce Season 2, Episode 3 May 20, 2016 Subscription

Hoff's new manager Jessica Hynes promises him Shakespeare but he ends up with celeb cage fighting.

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Hoff the Record
This excruciatingly funny, semi-improvised comedy sees actor David Hasselhoff play a fictionalized version of himself as he arrives in the UK to reign (more…)
Hoff the Record
This excruciatingly funny, semi-improvised comedy sees actor David Hasselhoff play a fictionalized version of himself as he arrives in the UK to reign (more…)