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Second Season of VH1's BLACK INK CREW to Premiere 3/31

Second Season of VH1's BLACK INK CREW to Premiere 3/31

The ink hasn't quite dried on season two of VH1's hit Harlem-based docu-series, "Black Ink Crew." Now returning bigger and bolder than ever, with more drama, new faces, and of course, fresh tattoos and their accompanying stories, the upcoming five hour-long episodes will continue to chronicle the complicated lives of those at the Black Ink Tattoo Studio when the series returns Monday, March 31 at 9:30 PM*.

When audiences last saw the crew in December, things were heating up in Jamaica for Puma's wedding as the cast dealt with relationship problems, impending parenthood, in-law nightmares, potential jail time, health emergencies and more. The show picks up as the crew heads back home to Harlem where their lives continue to unfold in front of the camera. Ceaser and Dutchess are on the outs plus there's a new face in the shop: Sky, "Queen of the Mixxxy's", joins the staff as Black Ink's new receptionist. Meanwhile, Puma opens his own shop with Sassy while dealing with the realities of being a newlywed. Along with O'S**t's spiraling legal and personal struggles, the bar is set for what will be an emotional and intense conclusion to the second season.

"Black Ink Crew" is executive produced by Dan Cesareo, Doug DePriest, Ken Martinez and Shelley Sinha for Big Fish Entertainment. Executive producers for VH1 are Susan Levison, Kari McFarland and Rick Hankey.

*all times ET/PT.

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