Two of Spike TV’s more macho shows have received orders for additional seasons from the cable channel, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
"Ink Master" will return for a third season, and "Tattoo Nightmares" will be back for season two, the story reports.
Sharon Levy, Spike TV executive VP of original series, said in a statement, "The real stakes and compelling drama that both ‘Ink Master’ and ‘Tattoo Nightmares’ deliver resonates with our ever-expanding audience."
In eight episodes this past season, "Ink Master" averaged 1.8 million viewers. "Tattoo Nightmares" did nearly as well, averaging 1.5 million viewers in its first season.