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I see all these reality shows coming on the air, left and right. This is a documentary type where they go into a new business venture. There are shows like "Blow Out" and "The Casino". I don't like hair saloons, but it was interesting to see how people dealt with a new business. I only saw a couple of episodes. I guess I lost interest because I have no interest in that business. Then with the casino show, I thought I might have more of an interest. I did, although the show itself wasn't very good. I just feel it lacks the realness a reality/documentary show should have. Tonight I accidentally stumbled on A&E's new series "Ink'd" and I was totally excited.
I am an artist and I love tattoos. I have a bunch of tattoos myself and frequently incorporate tattoos in my illustrations. I am actually debating getting into the business. I was thinking, finally they got something I will like. I can get the type of show I like with a topic I love.
Tonight was the first episode and it was really cool. The concept of the show is it's the first tattoo parlor in a casino in Vegas. We get to follow John Huntington and his staff in this new venture. We already had two of the employees fired. One was a tattoo artist and the other was a receptionist. We got to see tons of celebrities at the grand opening and John's wife gave birth to a baby girl. The show seems cool so far and because I have an interest in the content of the show, I feel it will be a good ride. I hope the show stays interesting and maybe it will make me really consider a career in tattoos. If anything, I hope I am able to go get ink very soon. It has been a whole 8 months since my last tattoo, which is way too long. lol.
Check out the show. It is too early to see if it will be a good one, but I will continue to check it out.
I just wanted to add, I haven't see this on since I wrote this comment. I had no indications that it was meant to be a special rather than a series. It was enjoyable and I hope they can bring it back as a series.
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