These tanks are "Hoff" the Charts!
ANIMAL PLANET'S "TANKED" DELIVERS MARVELOUS MASTERPIECES TO MEGASTARS, MVPS, MAGICIANS AND MUSICIANS
Wayde and Brett Design Custom Aquariums for David Hasselhoff, Shaquille O'Neal, Penn & Teller, Bill Engvall and More Starting Friday, Sept 18 at 10:00 p.m. ET/PT-
(Los Angeles - August 27, 2015) The boys of summer are back and reel in a new school of celebrity fish tanks! Aquarium designers Wayde King and Brett Raymer travel coast to coast to create custom aquatic worlds for the biggest stars in 10 new episodes of TANKED, premiering Friday, September 18 at 10:00 p.m. ET/PT on Animal Planet.
In the premiere episode, Wayde and Brett are summoned to Hollywood to swim with the sharks - literally. After hiring the guys to design a tank to reflect his illustrious career as the star of Baywatch and Knight Rider, David Hasselhoff brings the guys to an aquarium to go face to face with a lifeguard's worst enemy.
Shaq is back! After creating a Superman-themed tank for the NBA All-Star last season, Wayde and Brett have even bigger shoes to fill when Shaq asks them to design an entire room based around his dream of an Egyptian-themed aquarium complete with a custom-carved sphinx. Home to a hefty bumblebee grouper and assertive moray eel, this tank is sure to make Shaq feel like a pharaoh in his palace.
Meanwhile back in Vegas, world-famous magicians Penn & Teller ask Wayde and Brett to design a tank for their backstage greenroom to commemorate their 40th anniversary. But when a design overhaul halfway through the project and a mistake by Redneck delay the process, the guys have to use their own magic to finish the tank on time.
The guys take the glitz down a few notches for comedian Bill Engvall's zen-like tank, complete with a waterfall feature for his new Los Angeles office, and design a tank that fulfills Sherri Shepherd's wish for something simple but elegant that she can enjoy with her son.
Wayde and Brett are in perfect harmony when they compose a saltwater tank for Nathan Morris of the R&B group Boyz II Men but need to go a little more metal for Guns N' Roses' DJ Ashba. The spotlight is on to make sure these tanks top the charts.