Finale Season Premieres
Tuesday, June 5 at 9/8c

Face Off Episodes


Three contestants remain in the race, and they will be pulling out all the stops to be named champion of this season's Face Off.

This week holds a field trip to the Natural History Museum so the contestants can gain inspiration for the Spotlight Challenge: A dinosaur-human hybrid character.This is a double elimination week, meaning that only three of the remaining five contestants will be moving on to the finale next week...

With the number of contestants getting smaller and smaller, everyone is feeling the pressure in a new way. Rayce, who misses his wife and kids immensely, is determined to channel those feelings into his work.

There's no Foundation Challenge this week, so McKenzie's getting right down to the Spotlight Challenge, 'cause this one's a monster. The special guest for this challenge is the production designer on this summer's Total Recall, none other than Face Off's own Patrick Tatopoulos.

After a tense elimination process, Athena is sent home, but no sooner do the remaining contestants collect their thoughts than McKenzie appears backstage and announces that they will be going straight into their next Foundation Challenge.

Spicing up this week's Foundation Challenge is Being Human's Sam Huntington. Since Sam knows a thing or two about werewolves from playing one week after week, he's going to judge the contestants' on-the-spot trauma wounds - injuries inflicted by a werewolf, naturally.

Brea is woken at 3 in the morning by a creepy voice on a cell phone telling her to wake everyone and get them to the van in 15 minutes.

This week, award-winning makeup artist Jennifer Aspinall is the guest judge for the Foundation Challenge, a relay race where teams of three will have to build a character, inspired by the special effects contact lenses of their assigned model, without conferring with one another on their vision...

This week, McKenzie delivers the Spotlight Challenge at the Aquarium of the Pacific - a fitting place, considering the fact that the artists must base a character on a sea creature. Working in teams of two, they'll have three days to create a full-body creature.

The second season of Face Off is hot out of the gate, and the competition is even fiercer this time around. Fourteen contestants as wild as their makeups arrive at the Universal Studios lot to compete for the title of Face Off Champion.