Tuesday, November 16, 2010

'Gene Simmons Family Jewels' Returns with a look at the Holocaust

Gene's Family Jewels Returns December 5th With a Look at Holocaust
A&E Network

Fans of Gene Simmons Family Jewels will be delighted to know the rocker returns with his reality show to A&E on December 5, 2010. The show features the Kiss bassist and vocalist and his longtime partner Shannon Tweed, as well as the couple’s two children Nick and Sophie Simmons, as they go through life in the spotlight. Gene Simmons Family Jewels returns for its 6th season on December 5, 2010 on A&E and begins at 9:00 p.m., ET. There will be a total of ten episodes for season six.

According to an announcement by A&E, Gene Simmons Family Jewels will return with a one hour special that will delve into Gene Simmons’s personal life and past. Gene (whose real name is Chaim Witz) is forced to face the realities of his mother’s past when he visits the Anne Frank House in Amsterdam. Though the show is known for its ‘rock star’ approach to life, the premiere episode promises to be an open look at the cruelty Gene Simmons mother, Fl√≥ra Klein, faced throughout the Holocaust. Gene Simmons mother and his uncle (Larry Klein) were the only members of his family to survive the brutality of the Nazi concentration camps.
Gene Simmons was born in Tirat Carmel, Haifa, Israel and immigrated with his mother to the United States when he was eight years old. The family settled in the Jackson Heights section of Queens, New York.

The premiere episode will be the first time Gene Simmons has gone public with an intimate look at his family’s history and survival of Nazi concentration camps.

You can watch full episodes of Gene Simmons Family Jewels here: Gene Simmons Family Jewels Full Episodes

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