GENE SIMMONS Collaborates With Playboy TV On 'King Of Clubs' Series

September 19, 2009

According to Monsters And Critics, Gene Simmons and Playboy TV have collaborated in reality TV development and come up with a series that features misfit employees, wild dancers and the colorful club-owning Gentile family, all under the same roof operating a strip club.

Imagine you own a legendary gentlemen’s club and add to that picture your partners are your parents.

The new series, "King of Clubs", is the latest half-hour original reality series from Playboy TV that chronicles the "adventures and steamy shenanigans" inside a legendary Las Vegas strip club trying to reinvent itself, according to Playboy.

Read the entire report from Monsters And Critics.

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