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."
The tables turn for thrift hunters Jason & Bryan as they host a massive garage sale to unload their unsellable items.
The Lightweight Title will be on the line as Davit Kiria defends against Robin Van Roosmalen. Plus a one-night tournament to name a Light heavyweight Contender. November 7 will be a Return To Glory, Live on Spike.
Police officers arrive on scene as a suspicious man is milling about an abandoned house. It turns out he is a convicted felon with a deadly weapon.
It's all about wheels when Allen & Ton change it up and head to an auto auction. They win a food truck, but will they also close the deal on this highly modified Jeep?
Armed with a bucket of pig blood, the artists paint designs to show their use of gradation. Erik goes for a big and bold design, while Josh takes his time and sketches out an apparent masterpiece first.
Reese battles a tattoo that's a real pain in her client's neck, High Noon prays he won't get burned by one man's chemically damaged skin, and a fellow artist asks Clint to take on a tattoo he's too afraid to tackle himself.
Tune in to Tattoo Nightmares Miami Tuesday at 11/10c. Then you can watch the full episode anywhere you want in the Spike App.
Blackpool England native Etherington looks to send Lashley back to pro wrestling.
Reese is pitted against one surfer's smelly request, Clint is up against a tattoo so regrettably bad that it went viral, and High Noon can hardly bear one Dad's obscene blunder.
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.