The Face (British TV series)

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The Face
Genre Reality television
Narrated bySimon Lenagan
Country of originUnited Kingdom
Original languageEnglish
No. of series1
No. of episodes8
Executive producerAlf Lawrie
Running time60mins (inc. adverts)
Production companies Princess Productions and Shine TV
Distributor Endemol Shine UK
Original network Sky Living
Picture format 16:9
Original release30 September (2013-09-30) 
18 November 2013 (2013-11-18)

The Face is a British reality television series based on the American series of the same name. It aired on Sky Living from September to November 2013. The series saw three supermodels - Caroline Winberg, Erin O'Connor and Naomi Campbell - compete with each other to find the newest face of Max Factor. [1] [2] [3]


The premiere of The Face drew poor ratings of only 132,000 viewers, a market share of 0.6% of British households watching TV at the time, and below the audience Sky Living averaged in the same time slot - 239,000 viewers (1% share) - during the year before the show aired. [4] [5] In July 2014, it was confirmed that due to poor ratings, the show was axed and would not return for a second series. [6]

Hosts and Mentors

Naomi Campbell
Erin O'Connor
Caroline Winberg


SeasonsPremiere dateWinnerRunners-upOther contestants in order of eliminationNumber of contestantsInternational destination
1 30 September 2013 Emma Holmes

 Eleanor Corcoran
 Elaine Nturo

 Jessica Martin,  Natalie Ward,   Chloe-Jasmine Whichello,  Brooke Theis,  Nina Strauss,  Nina Sethi,  Sienna King,  Racquel Smith,  Nadine Mendes

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Mentor's color symbols

  Team Caroline (Season 1)
  Team Erin (Season 1)
  Team Naomi (Season 1)

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