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Ink Master Turf War - Episode 1 [PORTABLE]

Ink Master: Turf War is the thirteenth season of the tattoo reality competition Ink Master that premiered on Paramount Network on January 7 and ended on April 14, 2020 with a total of fifteen episodes. The show is hosted and judged by Jane's Addiction guitarist Dave Navarro, with accomplished tattoo artists Chris Núñez and Oliver Peck serving as series regular judges. The winner was to receive $100,000, a feature in Inked magazine and the title of Ink Master. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic in the United States, the live finale was cancelled and no winner was announced for this season.[1][2]

Ink Master Turf War - Episode 1

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There was no winner for the thirteenth season of Ink Master, due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The three finalists (Bob Jones, Angel Rose and Jimmy Snaz) were awarded an undisclosed value monetary prize instead. The master canvases were revealed on YouTube Live.

The first season of the tattoo reality competition Ink Master debuted on Spike on January 17 and concluded on March 6, 2012, with a total of 8 episodes. The show is hosted and judged by Jane's Addiction guitarist Dave Navarro, with accomplished tattoo artists Chris Núñez and Oliver Peck serving as series regular judges. The winner received a $100,000 prize, a feature in Inked Magazine and the title of Ink Master.

"Join us right here ... as the #InkMaster: Turf War finalists reveal and discuss their master canvas tattoos. It will be a celebration of an incredible season and all of their hard work!" the caption reads.Advertisement

Ink Master: Turf War premieres Tuesday, January 7th at 10/9c on Paramount Network We've seen the nation's best tattooers compete for the title of Ink Master, but do they have what it takes to defend their home turf? Paramount Network's hit tattoo competition reality series Ink Master returns for a 13th Season on Tuesday, January 7 at 10pm ET/PT. This season, titled Ink Master: Turf War, contestants from four different regions of the country - East, West, South and Midwest will represent their "turf" in the competition to be the next Ink Master. Host Dave Navarro and world renowned tattoo artists Chris Núñez and Oliver Peck return to the judges table for what is sure to be an electrifying season. The series is produced by Truly Original with Glenda Hersh, Steven Weinstock and Andrea Richter serving as executive producers. Over 16 one-hour episodes, these artists will fight to defend their home turf and win the title of Ink Master. *MEET THE CAST* Contestants and Instagram Handles:East:Andrew Hicks (@drewstattoosnyc) Emac (@emactattoos_) Jessa Bigelow (@jessabigelowtatttoo) K Lenore Siner (@snakeoclock) Jimmy Snaz (@jimmy_snaz) South:Jordi Pla (@jordi_m4l) Money Mike Thorton (@tattoo_money) Nychelle Elise (@nychelleeliseart) Patrick Flynn (@patrickflynntattoos) Jason Elliott (@jasontattooer) Midwest:Jake Parsons (@jackparsonstattoo) Jerrel Larkins (@jerrellarkins) Jordan Allred (@jordanallredart) Kelly Severtson (@kellysevertson)Frank Ready (@readytattooart) West:Hiram Casas (@hiramksas)Arlene Salinas (@arlenesalinas_m) Bob Jones (@badcaseofpurpose) Raul Ugarte (@raul_ugarte) Angel Rose (@theangelrose) Ink Master season 12 averaged 1.2 million total viewers and a .88 rating in the key P19-49 demo (all stats are L+3). Paramount Network ranked as the #1 ad-supported cable network among P18-49, M18-49 and W18-49 during the show's season 12 timeslot. Currently airing on Paramount Network, Ink Master: Grudge Match, a spin-off of hit tattoo-competition series Ink Master, provides former Ink Master contestants the opportunity to settle vendettas with their biggest rivals against whom they previously competed. Former Ink Master champions and fan favorites Ryan Ashley (Season 8), DJ Tambe (Season 9 and Season 10) and Cleen Rock One (Season 11) will serve as judges. New episodes air Tuesdays at 10pm ET/PT. SOCIAL INFO Ink Master: Facebook: Instagram: Twitter: YouTube: Paramount Network:Facebook: Instagram: Twitter: YouTube: Chris NúñezInstagram: =enTwitter: PeckInstagram: =enTwitter: _pecker?lang=en Dave Navarro:Instagram: Twitter: #TurfWar

Other places fans can find episodes of the show include Pluto TV and Paramount Network. Premium subscribers to Hulu, YouTube TV and Sling TV, as well as those with subscriptions to Philo and fuboTV, can also enjoy entries from Ink Master.

The three finalists then had to tattoo two 25-hour master canvases, a back and chest piece, instead of the usual one. The contestants were also assigned a six-hour thigh tattoo that they must complete at the live finale.

The theme for the season is a good idea, but the show does not fully commit to it and would find more success with other, better-executed themes. While it is the lowest-rated season of the show, it is far from a bad batch of episodes and still provides some great moments like the Electricity Challenge, considered one of the most difficult Flash Challenges on Ink Master.

Season 4 mostly adhered to the familiar format established in the first three seasons and continued to feature new and returning challenges. One of the highlights is an episode in which Hugh Jackman guest judges X-Men tattoos. As a Guinness World record holder for superhero movie appearances, Jackman is the perfect judge and fun guest appearance.

Subtitled Ink Master: Master vs. Apprentice, season 6 saw masters and their apprentices compete with and against each other. The show also increased the prize package by gifting a new car to the top artist, giving an extra incentive for winning. Like season 5, bringing contestants with history on the show led to more fighting and drama than other seasons. It is a fun season that takes the twist from season 5 and continues to improve upon it.

Ink Master: Return of the Masters was a much better execution of the team concept than season 8. By bringing in coaches who were recognizable fan-favorites and allowing them to focus on coaching, the show finally successfully delivered on the central premise of amateur artists getting advice and learning from experienced tattoo masters.

This season had the tall task of following up on the well-received season 1, but it did not disappoint. With more episodes and experience from season 1, season 2 was a little more polished as the show brought back elements from previous episodes while introducing new challenges as well.

This format was the perfect way to introduce new contestants while bringing some of the biggest fan favorites in the show's history including Cleen Rock One, Sarah Miller, and Sausage. The show did a great job of selecting veterans from each of the previous seasons to create a unique mix of personalities, resulting in several of the best episodes in Ink Master history.

At just 10 episodes, season 1 is the shortest in the show's history, but the show wastes no time and packs a lot of drama into a more compact schedule. Because it is the first, the season feels fresh and exciting in a unique way that helps set it apart from other later seasons that feel more jaded.

One of the highlights of this episode is that the tattoo artists were able to brainstorm with their human canvases to come up with what the ideal personal beach" might look like before getting started with the challenge. The winning contestant was also given the chance to take a trip to Mexico, courtesy of the Corona beer brand. So what went so wrong in this episode for it to be removed from Netflix's platform?

But there were instances that went against her. Arlene suffers from Narcolepsy, which results in losing muscle tone. For her to recover from one of the Narcolepsy episodes, she has to be in a calm environment but that's hard to find in the midst of a competition series where the cameras are constantly rolling and contestants are at it with their whirring tattoo machines. In one of the previous episodes, she informed the judges about her condition and how she had to finish her design while facing immense difficulty.

Attention all artists! We are ranking the best finale tattoos from Ink Master! From the span of fourteen seasons, the show have challenged tattoo artists from all across the country to compete for a chance at a grand cash prize and the title of Ink Master. As such, every season of Ink Master have artists competed in weekly challenges and pushed their abilities to the limit by producing the best tattoos that the show has ever seen. Whether or not these master canvases won the title of Ink Master, the best Ink Master finale tattoo is the one that not only surprised us with jaw dropping artistry, but properly shows clean technical application, a solid understanding of color theory, great use of space, and bulletproof line work.

2020 was a rough year for fans who followed the drama of "Ink Master" throughout its 13 seasons. Around the time of season 13's premiere, photos emerged of judge Oliver Peck in blackface. The Paramount Network was quick to boot him off the program, but since they had already filmed episodes for the upcoming season, he still made appearances on the channel. After that, season 13's finale was left in a state of limbo, as the COVID-19 pandemic prevented the contestants and crew from coming together to film the live finale and award someone the title of "Ink Master."

It doesn't take long to film and release new episodes of "Ink Master," as evidenced from the fact season 12 released its first episode on June 11, 2019, and season 13 debuted not even seven months later on January 7, 2020. Granted, the ongoing public health crisis associated with COVID-19 persists, so it could take a little while longer until executives at Paramount feel comfortable pursuing another season.

Suffice to say, the earliest audiences could likely expect "Ink Master" to return with new episodes would be the beginning of 2022. It would actually be a good time to relaunch the series, as it first came out in 2012, so Paramount+ could market the new season as celebrating 10 years of amazing (and sometimes not-so-amazing) tattoos. 041b061a72


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