A controversial elimination, a triple dose of guest judges, and an artist going off on her canvas – and that’s just a few of the most jaw-dropping moments in this season of Ink Master.
The bartender at this Irish pub is a big fan of drinking on the job. After some brief surveillance, Jon Taffer is surprised that he's able to stand up straight.
After Senior Officer Ryan Mann of the Des Moines PD is called to a dispute between two men in a domicile, a heated exchange ensues with an ornery occupant.
Allen & Ton get to work unpacking a unit they bought in the Big Easy. One particular object, which Allen thought was an accordion, turns out to be so much more.
The Spotlight is on Exodus: Gods and Kings as Jackie sits with movie's stars Christian Bale & Joel Edgerton and director Ridley Scott.
Tommy has his client's number in his crosshairs as he works to kill some bad ink, while Jasmine helps a beauty expert shine light on her beast of a tattoo, and Gus is double-teamed by a couple hoping to strip away a past mistake.
When Officer Boatright of Wichita, KS, spots a suspicious vehicle leaving a known drug house he attempts to stop them for questioning. They run, which leads to the suspect getting soaked, then tased.
A new adversary appears at an auction that seems to have an endless supply of cash. When a unit rife with antiques comes on the block, will the guys be able to outbid the competition?
Hosted by Common, Framework will showcase 13 furniture builders battling it out, judged on their craftsmanship, skill, and style, trying to seal their legacy and win $100,000.
Tune in to Framework premiering Tuesday, January 6 at 10/9c on SPIKE.
It all comes down to the wire as the final four artists draw skulls to determine the style and design each of them must tattoo to compete for a spot in the live finale.