Reality TV again mining Vegas

Leftfield Pictures, the production company behind Pawn Stars that got spin-off American Restoration onto the History Channel lineup, is apparently a good gang to have in your corner. Because it seems like everyone they’ve ever been associated with gets a History show out of the deal.

Case in point: Danny Koker, owner of Count’s Vamp’d, will premiere his series Counting Cars—about his ride-flipping biz, Count’s Kustoms—on the channel Aug. 13.

It’s actually been a good week for Las Vegans in the reality game, as professional Guy Who Signs Autographs at Mandalay Place, Pete Rose, has just begun production on a show of his own for TLC. It will focus on the 71-year-old’s engagement to 31-year-old former Playboy model, Kiana Kim. But will it feature countless terrible baseball puns?

“We’re just a normal family with 4,200 hits,” Rose said.

Oh. Oh, good.

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