The super-classy arena football team owned by the band KISS is getting its own reality show. AMC has greenlit a series all about the behind-the-scenes workings of the L.A. KISS. The 10-episode run will follow the team’s players and coaches, as well as its famous owners, Paul Stanley and Gene Simmons, as that entire crew tries to apply a cartoonish classic-rock band’s sensibilities to a struggling indoor athletic event no one really cares all that much about. KISS’s longtime manager Doc McGhee will also feature prominently.
The show will premiere on AMC this summer and is being produced by the same company that made Gene Simmons’ Family Jewels.