Renewed and returning: “The Liquidator,” “Worst Tattoos”

In this week's renewals news, TLC show America's Worst Tattoos (pictured) is returning, along with two series for Bravo, while OLN in Canada has greenlit season four of The Liquidator.
February 21, 2014

In this week’s renewals news, TLC show America’s Worst Tattoos (pictured) is returning, along with two series for Bravo, while OLN in Canada has greenlit season four of The Liquidator.

In the U.S., TLC has picked up a second season of Magilla Entertainment’s America’s Worst Tattoos, which is set to debut on March 27. The series sees tattoo artists Megan Massacre, Jeremy Swan, Tim Pangburn and Lisa Del Toro returning to correct bad ink, and this season promises a deeper dive into the stories behind each tattoo transformation.

Over on Bravo, two series are back for new seasons launching at the beginning of April. Million Dollar Listing New York premieres on April 2 at 9 p.m. EST/PST, with real estate agents Fredrik Eklund, Luis D. Ortiz and Ryan Serhant returning for a third season. The World of Wonder series boasts break-ups, break downs, ego trips, more lavish real estate, and bigger commissions.

The second season of Married to Medicine premieres on April 6 at 9 p.m. EST/PST, with returning cast members Toya Bush-Harris, Mariah Huq, Dr. Jacqueline Walters, Quad Webb-Lunceford, Dr. Simone Whitmore, and new cast members entrepreneur Lisa Nicole Cloud and Dr. Heavenly Kimes.

Married to Medicine is produced by Fremantle North America and developed by Purveyors of Pop with Matt Anderson and Nate Green serving as executive producers.

Finally, in Canada, OLN has greenlit a fourth season of The Liquidator, with 26 x half-hour episodes set to air this fall.

Once again starring Jeff Schwarz, the Anaïd Productions series will continue to follow his buying and selling.

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