David Hasselhoff will be giving fans a glimpse of his family life on the new reality show "The Hasselhoffs," which premieres on A&E Sunday.
"The Hasselhoffs," is a ten-episode half-hour series that shows Hasselhoff's challenges as a single father to daughters Taylor-Ann, 20, and Hayley, 18. Hasselhoff guides the sisters as they pursue careers in the entertainment industry.
Hayley Hasselhoff appeared on ABC Family's 2010 series "Huge," but the show was canceled after ten episodes. The sisters are trying to make their debut as singers in a group called Bella Vida. On the series, viewers can see David Hasselhoff, who has a successful singing career outside of the U.S., attempting to manage his daughters' music group as well.
David Hasselhoff recently appeared on the 11th season of ABC's "Dancing With the Stars," but he was voted off after his first dance.
"I feel bad for my daughters, they were like shocked. They were like 'no they shouldn't have given you the cha-cha-cha. They should've given you the waltz,'" Hasselhoff told KABC Television's entertainment reporter George Pennacchio after the "Dancing With the Stars" results show. "But you know what, it was a great ride and life goes on."
Hasselhoff is also known for his role in "Baywatch" and as a judge on "America's Got Talent."