Artista Academy

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Artista Academy
Artista academy.jpg
Title card featuring the show logo and slogan
Written by
  • Paolo Aquino
  • Joseph Bolintiam
Directed by
Presented by
Judges
Country of originPhilippines
Original languageFilipino
No. of seasons1
No. of episodes78
Production
Executive producers
Producers
  • Li-An delos Reyes
  • Joselle Salvador
Production locations
Editors
  • Raymond Pangilinan
  • Joey Romares
  • Kristian Paolo Selga
Release
Original network TV5
Picture format 480i (SDTV)
Original releaseJuly 30 (2012-07-30) 
October 27, 2012 (2012-10-27)
External links
Website

Artista Academy is a Philippine talent and reality show aired on TV5. Hosted by Cesar Montano and Marvin Agustin in cooperation with the Asian Academy of Television Arts (AATA), it premiered on July 30, 2012. The show aims to find new talented actors and actresses, with ₱20 million worth of prizes and an artist management contract at stake. The show had its one-time Grand Audition at the Smart Araneta Coliseum on June 19, 2012 for all aspirants between 16 and 22 years old. [1] [2] [3] The show ended on October 27, 2012 through the "awards night" at the Smart Araneta Coliseum, having Vin Abrenica and Sophie Albert as winners.

Contents

Each of the 16 aspirants will undergo training at the AATA as special scholars. Noted experts from the Philippine entertainment industry and veteran artists will tutor the candidates. [4] [5]

Faculty

Hosts

Executive committee

Live exam critics

Academy advisers

Guest mentors

Top 16 students

Key Top 8 Boys Top 8 Girls
Preferred NameFull NameHometownPreferred NameFull NameHometown
Akihiro BlancoFelix Jun Blanco (Akihiro Ishii) Pasig Chanel MoralesChanel Morales Bacolod, Negros Occidental
Alberto BrunoAlberto Bruno de los Reyes Marikina Julia QuisumbingJulia Marie Quisumbing Makati
Benjo LeoncioBenigno Jose Leoncio Cebu City Malak So Shdifat Malak So Shdifat San Juan, Metro Manila
Brent ManzanoBryan Manzano Bulacan Marvelous AlejoMargarette Veronica Louise Lim Valenzuela
Chris LeonardoChristopher Leonardo Biñan Nicole EstradaMarie Angelou Nicole Estrada Pasig
Jon OrlandoJonathan Michael Orlando Sampaloc, Manila Shaira Mae Shaira Mae dela Cruz Las Piñas
Mark NeumannMark Phillip Baba Neumann Quezon City Sophie Albert Bianca Reyes Mandaluyong
Vin Abrenica Alvin Guiang Abrenica Pampanga Stephanie RoweStephanie Rowe Angeles City

[6] [7] [8]

Elimination chart

Live Examination Results
StudentLive Exam 1Live Exam 2Live Exam 3Live Exam 4Live Exam 5Live Exam 6Live Exam 7Wildcard ExamFinal Exam
Vin AbrenicaTop 3Top 3Top 3Top 3SafeSafeFinalistAlready AdvancedBest Actor
Sophie AlbertSafeTop 3SafeSafeSafeSafeFinalistAlready AdvancedBest Actress
Akihiro BlancoSafeSafeTop 3SafeSafeSafeFinalistAlready AdvancedFinal 6
Chanel MoralesTop 3Top 3Top 3Top 3Most ConfidentSafeFinalistAlready AdvancedFinal 6
Mark NeumannSafeSafeSafeSafeSafeSafeDanger 4WildcardFinal 6
Shaira MaeSafeSafeSafeSafeSafeSafeDanger 4WildcardFinal 6
Benjo LeoncioSafeBottom 3SafeBottom 3Bottom 3Bottom 3Danger 4Wildcard FinalistKicked out
Malak So ShdifatSafeSafeSafeSafeSafeSafeDanger 4Wildcard FinalistKicked out
Alberto BrunoBottom 3SafeSafeSafeMost ImprovedBottom 6Kicked out
Stephanie RoweBottom 3SafeSafeBottom 3Bottom 3Bottom 6Tropang Kick outWildcard FinalistKicked out
Nicole EstradaSafeSafeBottom 5SafeBottom 3Bottom 6Tropang Kick outWildcard FinalistKicked out
Marvelous AlejoTop 3SafeBottom 5Top 3SafeBottom 3Tropang Kick outWildcard FinalistKicked out
Brent ManzanoSafeBottom 3Bottom 5Bottom 3Kicked outTropang Kick outWildcard FinalistKicked out
Jon OrlandoBottom 3SafeBottom 5Kicked outTropang Kick outWildcard FinalistKicked out
Julia QuisumbingSafeSafeBottom 5Dropped out
Chris LeonardoSafeBottom 3Kicked outTropang Kick outWildcard FinalistKicked out
Live Examination
Result
None
  • Chris Leonardo
  • Kicked out
  • Julia Quisumbing
  • Dropped out
  • Brent Manzano

Kicked out

None
  • Marvelous Alejo
  • Nicole Estrada
  • Stephanie Rowe
  • Alberto Bruno

Kicked out

  • Akihiro Blanco
  • Vin Abrenica
  • Chanel Morales
  • Sophie Albert

Advanced to Finals

  • Mark Neumann
  • Shaira Mae

Wildcard Finalists

  • Vin Abrenica
  • Sophie Albert

Winners

  • Jon Orlando
  • Kicked out
  • Chris Leonardo
  • Jon Orlando
  • Brent Manzano
  • Marvelous Alejo
  • Nicole Estrada
  • Stephanie Rowe
  • Failed to Advance
  • Benjo Leoncio
  • Malak So Shdifat

Kicked out

  • Akihiro Blanco
  • Chanel Morales
  • Mark Neumann
  • Shaira Mae

Final 6

Notes Note 1 None Note 2 None Note 3 Note 4 Note 5 Note 6 None
Color Keys
Notes
  1. ^ No eliminations, but there was the Overall Bottom Three.
  2. ^ Alejo and Quisumbing were hospitalized, therefore they were absent on the live exam and got 50. They were relegated automatically to the Bottom Five.
  3. ^ No eliminations, the Overall Top Three and Bottom Three were not revealed. Special awards were given to Chanel and Alberto, the Most Confident and Most Improved, respectively.
  4. ^ There was a mass kick-out. The Overall Top Three was not revealed.
  5. ^ Four of the scholars advanced to the Finals. There will be a play-off for the last two Final seats between the four others (Danger 4), plus six wild card contenders (Tropang Kick out).
  6. ^ Play-off for the last two Final seats between the four others, plus six wild card contenders.

Ratings

SeasonPremieredEndedSeason PremiereRankSeason FinaleRankMediaSource
TimeslotPrimetimeTimeslotPrimetime
1July 30, 2012October 27, 20124.3%#3< #1011.6%#2#8 AGB Nielsen [9] [10]
3.1%#3< #106.4%#5< #10 Kantar Media - TNS [11] [12]

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