Spike has greenlit a new season of the highly rated hit original tattoo-competition series, “Ink Master.” Season 9 will consist of 15 one-hour episodes plus a LIVE finale and will debut in 2017. The announcement was made today by Sharon Levy, executive vice president, original series, Spike.
“Ink Master” is currently in its 7th season and is averaging a robust 1.8 million viewers in its Tuesday timeslot. The Spike original series is delivering triple-digit gains this season in the timeslot for Adults 18-49 (+252%) and Adults 18-34 (+286%) and is ranked #2 on cable with Adults 18-49 and #2 with Women 18-49. “Ink Master” is drawing a 55% female audience, demonstrating the network’s ongoing plan to deliver gender-balanced original hit series.
Last fall, Season 6 of “Ink Master” averaged 2.4 million viewers, the highest tally in franchise history.
Season 8 of “Ink Master” will debut this August.
“The Ink Master franchise has been a major driver in Spike’s successful shift to general entertainment,” said Levy. “The continued ratings growth is a result of the creativity and ingenuity of our partners at Original Media and our phenomenal hosting/judging trio of Dave Navarro, Oliver Peck, and Chris Nunez.”
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