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|Country of origin||Philippines|
|No. of seasons||1|
|No. of episodes||78|
|Picture format||480i (SDTV)|
|Original release||July 30 –|
October 27, 2012
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. The show ended on October 27, 2012 through the "awards night" at the Smart Araneta Coliseum, having Vin Abrenica and Sophie Albert as winners.
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.
|Key||Top 8 Boys||Top 8 Girls|
|Preferred Name||Full Name||Hometown||Preferred Name||Full Name||Hometown|
|Akihiro Blanco||Felix Jun Blanco (Akihiro Ishii)||Pasig||Chanel Morales||Chanel Morales||Bacolod, Negros Occidental|
|Alberto Bruno||Alberto Bruno de los Reyes||Marikina||Julia Quisumbing||Julia Marie Quisumbing||Makati|
|Benjo Leoncio||Benigno Jose Leoncio||Cebu City||Malak So Shdifat||Malak So Shdifat||San Juan, Metro Manila|
|Brent Manzano||Bryan Manzano||Bulacan||Marvelous Alejo||Margarette Veronica Louise Lim||Valenzuela|
|Chris Leonardo||Christopher Leonardo||Biñan||Nicole Estrada||Marie Angelou Nicole Estrada||Pasig|
|Jon Orlando||Jonathan Michael Orlando||Sampaloc, Manila||Shaira Mae||Shaira Mae dela Cruz||Las Piñas|
|Mark Neumann||Mark Phillip Baba Neumann||Quezon City||Sophie Albert||Bianca Reyes||Mandaluyong|
|Vin Abrenica||Alvin Guiang Abrenica||Pampanga||Stephanie Rowe||Stephanie Rowe||Angeles City|
|Student||Live Exam 1||Live Exam 2||Live Exam 3||Live Exam 4||Live Exam 5||Live Exam 6||Live Exam 7||Wildcard Exam||Final Exam|
|Vin Abrenica||Top 3||Top 3||Top 3||Top 3||Safe||Safe||Finalist||Already Advanced||Best Actor|
|Sophie Albert||Safe||Top 3||Safe||Safe||Safe||Safe||Finalist||Already Advanced||Best Actress|
|Akihiro Blanco||Safe||Safe||Top 3||Safe||Safe||Safe||Finalist||Already Advanced||Final 6|
|Chanel Morales||Top 3||Top 3||Top 3||Top 3||Most Confident||Safe||Finalist||Already Advanced||Final 6|
|Mark Neumann||Safe||Safe||Safe||Safe||Safe||Safe||Danger 4||Wildcard||Final 6|
|Shaira Mae||Safe||Safe||Safe||Safe||Safe||Safe||Danger 4||Wildcard||Final 6|
|Benjo Leoncio||Safe||Bottom 3||Safe||Bottom 3||Bottom 3||Bottom 3||Danger 4||Wildcard Finalist||Kicked out|
|Malak So Shdifat||Safe||Safe||Safe||Safe||Safe||Safe||Danger 4||Wildcard Finalist||Kicked out|
|Alberto Bruno||Bottom 3||Safe||Safe||Safe||Most Improved||Bottom 6||Kicked out|
|Stephanie Rowe||Bottom 3||Safe||Safe||Bottom 3||Bottom 3||Bottom 6||Tropang Kick out||Wildcard Finalist||Kicked out|
|Nicole Estrada||Safe||Safe||Bottom 5||Safe||Bottom 3||Bottom 6||Tropang Kick out||Wildcard Finalist||Kicked out|
|Marvelous Alejo||Top 3||Safe||Bottom 5||Top 3||Safe||Bottom 3||Tropang Kick out||Wildcard Finalist||Kicked out|
|Brent Manzano||Safe||Bottom 3||Bottom 5||Bottom 3||Kicked out||Tropang Kick out||Wildcard Finalist||Kicked out|
|Jon Orlando||Bottom 3||Safe||Bottom 5||Kicked out||Tropang Kick out||Wildcard Finalist||Kicked out|
|Julia Quisumbing||Safe||Safe||Bottom 5||Dropped out|
|Chris Leonardo||Safe||Bottom 3||Kicked out||Tropang Kick out||Wildcard Finalist||Kicked out|
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|Notes||Note 1||None||Note 2||None||Note 3||Note 4||Note 5||Note 6||None|
|Season||Premiered||Ended||Season Premiere||Rank||Season Finale||Rank||Media||Source|
|1||July 30, 2012||October 27, 2012||4.3%||#3||< #10||11.6%||#2||#8||AGB Nielsen|
|3.1%||#3||< #10||6.4%||#5||< #10||Kantar Media - TNS|
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