Spike TV launches its first ever app on September 30 where viewers can access their favorite Spike content, highlighted by a first look at the season premiere of the hit series, "Bar Rescue."
Filmed at the Toronto International Film Festival, fans and filmmakers gathered to celebrate Bill Murray's extraordinary body of work including his latest film St. Vincent.
It was a wild night in Council Bluffs, as Joe Vedepo notched a TKO win, Paul Bradley and Andre Santos picked up unanimous decisions, and Houston Alexander and Virgil Zwicker battled to a majority draw.
Fireworks spark when abrasive customers overrun a Staten Island bar, cooking their own food, pouring their own drinks and calling the shots. Can this family regain control before it’s too late?
Tune in to a brand new episode of Bar Rescue this Sunday at 9/8c. In the meantime, you can check out more episdoes in our App.
After ruining a young couple's yard and their plans to start a family, contractor Ray proves hard to catch. Skip and Adam try to bring Ray back to the job!
Tune in to a brand new episode of Catch A Contractor this Sunday at 10/9c. Also be sure to check out more episodes in our App.
Tito Ortiz, Stephan Bonnar, Michael Chandler, King Mo, Royce Gracie, Randy Couture, Ken Shamrock scheduled to attend.
A daredevil asks High Noon to tackle a serious stunt on his own, Clint attempts to disarm a tattoo that's labeled his client a terrorist, and Reese gets unlucky with her client's phallic mishap.
Tune in to Tattoo Nightmares Miami Tuesday at 11/10c. Then you can watch the full episode anywhere you want in the Spike App.
Jason & Bryan are tearing up California's Coachella Valley, but a bet with local thrifting legend Lynn could leave both guys in the dust.
Clint battles one man's mishap that's left him shunned at the gym, an unual request has Reese praying she won't make a boob out of herself and one man shocks High Noon with a birthday gift he wishes he could return.
Using needles and blades to create thousands of tiny scratches on bone first, the artists must ink intricate scrimshaw designs on walrus oosiks, tested on their use of detail.