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Def Leppard docu-series coming to TV

Def Leppard docu-series coming to TV

Def Leppard are heading to the small screen. Photo: WENN

Def Leppard are heading to the small screen – a new documentary about the British rockers is to be aired as a multi-episode series on TV.

Joe Elliott and his bandmates allowed cameras to follow their every move during a residency at the Hard Rock Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas, Nevada earlier this year, and now fans will get to see what life is like behind the scenes.

“Living with Def Leppard” will also feature performance footage and interviews with longtime fans.

Executives at Bunim/Murray Productions, who also produce “Keeping Up with the Kardashians” and “The Real World,” are currently shopping the series to various networks.

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