‘Black Ink Crew New York’ Season 10 Gets October Premiere Date on VH1 (Exclusive)

The latest installment will see the crew adjusting to life after Ceaser was fired from the show

VH1’s “Black Ink Crew New York” will return for its Season 10 premiere next month, and TheWrap can exclusively reveal it premieres Tuesday, Oct. 18 at 8 p.m. ET/PT on the network.

The show’s 10th season will see the Black Ink Crew “ready to celebrate their wins and leave their losses behind,” but “they will end up facing a reckoning that they never saw coming and must learn how to adjust to a post-Ceaser world,” per a release from VH1.

Reality star Ceaser Emanuel was fired from the show earlier this year after a video appeared on the internet allegedly showing him abusing a dog. He told TMZ at the time the video showed him breaking up a fight between his dogs.

Here’s who will appear as part of the cast in Season 10 and their storyline descriptions:

Puma: “As Puma enters his 40s, he navigates splitting his time as a successful entrepreneur, and being a husband to his wife, Quani, and father to his two children. He might be unsure of what his 40s have to offer him but he is determined to let loose and take the reins on this new decade of life.,” per VH1.

Young Bae: “This season Young Bae reconnects with herself as a mother, woman, and artist. While taking on the new task of becoming a mentor at the shop, she continues to evolve into the woman she longs to become.” VH1 shared.

Ted: “Since heavily investing in his music and acting career, Ted begins to focus on his life outside of Black Ink and starts to unapologetically put himself and his own needs first, as he reconnects with family he has not seen in years,” per VH1.

Tatti: “After battling a federal court case and working to prove herself last season, Tatti decides to take a step down to an apprentice position, hoping that it will help level up her art skills,” per VH1

Alex: “Newly single, Alex is feeling reborn and is no longer letting anyone nor anything hold him back on his life journey and is embracing the sex symbol status that his fans have crowned him with,” the network shared.

Spyder: Self-proclaimed “Black Ink” royalty, Spyder is back better than ever! After dealing with an extreme health scare last year, he is refocused back on health, wealth, and legacy for himself and his family.

“Black Ink Crew New York” hails from MTV Entertainment Studios. It is executive produced by Daniel Blau Rogge, Phakiso Collins, Treiva Williams, Melanie C Lodge and Steve Kaufman. It is co-executive produced by Michael Nittolo, Darian Edmonson and Joann Jean. The executive in charge of production is Liz Kim.