E4 orders two “Tattoo Fixer” spin-offs

The British digital net and Studio Lambert are extending the reality series into the worlds of bad vacation tattoos and botched beauty treatments with Holiday Tattoo Fixers and Body Fixers.
February 3, 2016

British digital network E4 has ordered Holiday Tattoo Fixers and Body Fixers from Studio Lambert.

The programs are spin-offs of Tattoo Fixers, which premiered on E4 last summer and is now in its second season.

Holiday Tattoo Fixers (6 x 60 minutes) follows tattooists Jay, Sketch, Alice and receptionist Paisley as they set up a pop-up shop in the Mediterranean during the summer to assist vacationers sporting poorly rendered body art in need of improvements. Matt J. Smith and Tim Harcourt are exec producing.

Meanwhile, Body Fixers (10 x 60 minutes) is about a team of hair, health and beauty professionals who help people suffering from style fails transform bad dye jobs, sketchy make-up applications and botched body modifications. Executive producers are Harcourt and Mike Cotton.

Air dates for the spin-offs have not yet been announced.

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