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TLC Renews 'L.A. Ink'

by Rich Keller, posted Apr 29th 2010 11:36AM

Kat Von D, and her High Voltage tattoo shop, are coming back to TLC for another seasonDirect from the "Not a Big Surprise" department comes news that TLC has reupped 'L.A. Ink' for another run and that production on season 4 is already underway.

A spin-off of 'Miami Ink,' which ended in 2008, 'L.A. Ink' follows tattoo artist Kat Von D at her High Voltage shop in West Hollywood. The show is currently averaging 1.4 million viewers per week. Those are impressive numbers, not just because they come from a cable-based show, but because it airs on Thursday nights at 10PM a hotbed of original programming on the Big Three and One-Third networks.

The numbers are also impressive, because 'L.A. Ink' comes from an older generation of TLC shows -- with four years equaling one television generation. With the network full of programs featuring height-challenged families, weight-challenged families and, soon enough, 18 hours of original Kate Gosselin programming, the show is able to maintain its popularity.

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More on the Family Guy video game

by Adam Finley, posted Apr 18th 2006 1:01PM
family guy video gameHey, remember those upcoming Family Guy video games I mentioned? Well, there's still no official release date set, but there is some information about what the game will be exactly. 2K and High Voltage, the developers of the game, are calling it "interactive humor." You'll play Peter, Stewie, and Brian, each with different objectives but with paths crossing throughout the video game. Your adventures through Quahog will involve combat and puzzle-solving skills. In addition to the main characters, there will also be cameo appearances by over two hundred of the show's extras, including the evil monkey. There does seem to be some apprehension among gamers about the development team behind the new game, but I guess we'll wait and see. The screenshots look pretty cool, but that's not the best way to tell if the game will be worth it or not.

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