NEW YORK — AMC has greenlit “The Hollywood Hunt Club,” a documentary series that will take a look at paparazzi at work in Hollywood.
Series will bow Aug. 25, with the first episode to follow paparazzi at celeb photo agency Bauer-Griffin. Each hourlong episode will document how the photogs track down their subjects and capture them in their natural habitats.
Max Weissman and Matthew Levine of Departure Films produce the skein.
Fall series will have an indefinite run on AMC. It airs as part of the channel’s ongoing docu series “The AMC Project,” which takes a look at the evolution and impact of Hollywood culture.