Revivals have become the bread and butter of Hollywood in recent years. On the small screen, as well as the silver, bringing iconic properties back for new audiences has proven itself to be an immensely profitable tactic. One of the next Hollywood revivals we will receive is an update of Baywatch, and while David Hasselhoff won’t return for his iconic role, he has some ideas regarding bringing his other iconic TV series Knight Rider back for contemporary viewers.
Speaking with Variety, David Hasselhoff explained that he has a phenomenal idea for how to bring his hit series Knight Rider back:
There’s absolutely no question that this sort of project could work. The vehicular carnage of the Fast and the Furious franchise has become incredibly popular, as well as extremely profitable over the last few years. Bringing The Hoff into the equation to team up with Michael Knight's son for a Knight Rider reboot would not only capitalize on the love audiences have for that kind of action, but it would also most certainly draw in a section of the audience who has some degree of nostalgia for his old series.
Knight Rider revivals have occurred before. Back in 2008 NBC tried to reboot the series with little to no success. However, The Hoff’s version of a Knight Rider revival would likely work much better because it wouldn’t be a remake- it would be a continuation of the original story that would bring his character Michael Knight back into action.
Whether you’re a fan of Knight Rider, or you never watched an episode in your entire life, check out the introduction to the cult classic series in order to get a serious blast of 1980s nostalgia:
Do you want to see a Knight Rider revival? Let us know what you think below in the comments. We will keep you posted regarding any and all updates related to this potential project if it ever materializes. Stay tuned for more details!
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Originally from Connecticut, Conner grew up in San Diego and graduated from Chapman University in 2014. He now lives in Los Angeles working in and around the entertainment industry and can mostly be found binging horror movies and chugging coffee.