Spike brings back two of its biggest shows for new seasons.
Season 3 Wins $100,000, Feature in Inked Magazine & Bragging Rights Title of ‘Ink Master’
Celebrities are just like us. They have wants, needs, and at least once in their lifetime have locked their keys inside their car. That also means they’re prone to making mistakes, and sometimes those mistakes are some truly awful tattoos.
Trends come and go. Ink on the other hand…well, it may not be forever, but with the cost and complications involved in getting it fixed or removed, it might as well be.
Spike is inking up for a new season of “Tattoo Nightmares” where real people with crazy, heartbreaking and sometimes hilarious stories behind their really bad tattoos seek out the help of some of the best tattoo cover-up artists in the business to fix them.
Spike TV inks new seasons of two of the network's highest-rated original series. Ink Master returns for a third season of 13 episodes in Summer 2013, and the network orders 26 episodes of Tattoo Nightmares.
Spike TV is looking for people with crappy tattoos who desperately want them covered up on Tattoo Nightmares.
Following the recent success of Ink Master, SPIKE has picked up three new original non-scripted series. In the official announcement earlier today, SPIKE confirmed the ordering of 10 episodes of Full Bounty, a reality competition series featuring 12 aspiring bounty hunters who risk life and limb to chase down actual fugitives; six episodes of...