Artista Academy

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For the upcoming installment of this series, see Artista Academy Kids.
Artista Academy
Artista academy.jpg
Title card featuring the show logo and slogan.
Format Talent show
Reality show
Written by Paolo Aquino
Joseph Bolintiam
Directed by Mac Alejandre
Alex Sabater
Presented by Cesar Montano
Marvin Agustin
Judges Lorna Tolentino
Gelli de Belen
Country of origin Philippines
No. of seasons 1
Production
Executive producer(s) James dela Vega
Faye Martel
Producer(s) Li-An delos Reyes
Joselle Salvador
Editor(s) Raymond Pangilinan
Joey Romares
Kristian Paolo Selga
Location(s) Grand Audition: June 19, 2012 at Smart Araneta Coliseum
TV5 Delta Studio, Quezon City, Philippines
Running time Monday to Friday 9:00pm
Saturday 9:30pm
Broadcast
Original channel TV5
Picture format 480i NTSC
Original run July 30, 2012 – October 27, 2012
External links
Website

Artista Academy is a Philippine talent and reality show aired over the TV5 network, premiered on July 30, 2012. Hosted by Cesar Montano and Marvin Agustin in cooperation with the Asian Academy of Television Arts (AATA), 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 onetime Grand Audition at the Smart Araneta Coliseum on June 19, 2012 for all aspirants between 16 to 22 years old.[1][2][3]

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[edit]

Hosts[edit]

Executive committee[edit]

Live exam critics[edit]

Academy advisers[edit]

Guest Mentors[edit]

Top 16 students[edit]

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 City Chanel Morales Chanel Morales Bacolod City, Negros Occidental
Alberto Bruno Alberto Bruno de los Reyes Marikina City Julia Quisumbing Julia Marie Quisumbing Makati City
Benjo Leoncio Benigno Jose Leoncio Cebu City, Cebu Malak So Shdifat Malak So Shdifat San Juan City
Brent Manzano Bryan Manzano Bulacan Marvelous Alejo Margarette Veronica Louise Lim Valenzuela City
Chris Leonardo Christopher Leonardo Biñan, Laguna Nicole Estrada Marie Angelou Nicole Estrada Pasig City
Jon Orlando Jonathan Michael Orlando Sampaloc, Manila Shaira Mae Shaira Mae dela Cruz Las Piñas City
Mark Neumann Mark Phillip Baba Neumann Artista Salon Sophie Albert Bianca Reyes Mandaluyong City
Vin Abrenica Alvin Macho Abrenica Pampanga Stephanie Rowe Stephanie Rowe Angeles City, Pampanga

[6][7][8]

Performance chart[edit]

Live Examination Results
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
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.

Television ratings[edit]

Artista Academy's first season episode started on July 30, 2012 through the coverage of the June 19 one-time audition at the Smart Araneta Coliseum, and ended on October 27 of the same year through the "awards night" at the same venue.

Note:AGB Nielsen covers mostly Mega Manila; Kantar-TNS covers mostly urban Philippines.

Season Premiered Ended Season Premiere Rank Season Finale Rank Media Source
Timeslot Primetime Timeslot Primetime
1 July 30, 2012 October 27, 2012 4.3% #3 < #10 11.6% #2 #8 AGB Nielsen [9][10]
3.1% #3 < #10 6.4% #5 < #10 Kantar Media - TNS [11][12]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Artista Academy: P20M await winners | Tempo - News in a Flash". Tempo. 2012-06-11. Retrieved 2012-09-08. 
  2. ^ "Cesar at Marvin rumaket na agad sa TV5! - TAKE IT! TAKE IT! Ni Lolit Solis - Pilipino Star Ngayon » Pilipino Star Ngayon Sections » Showbiz". Philstar.com. 2012-06-20. Retrieved 2012-09-08. 
  3. ^ Posted by Admin (2012-06-17). "Cesar Montano and Marvin Agustin joins TV5 via "Artista Academy" - LionhearTV". Lionheartv.blogspot.com. Retrieved 2012-09-08. 
  4. ^ PEP.ph. "TV5's Artista Academy is open to the LGBT community, but with a catch | PEP.ph: The Number One Site for Philippine Showbiz". PEP.ph. Retrieved 2012-09-08. 
  5. ^ "holds one-time grand auditions for ARTISTA ACADEMY on June 19". TV5. 2012-06-13. Retrieved 2012-09-08. 
  6. ^ Anonymous says: (2012-08-04). "Artista Academy Top 16 Photos". Showbiznest. Retrieved 2012-09-08. 
  7. ^ "Artista Academy’s Top 16 Students Revealed!". Orange Magazine TV. 2012-08-05. Retrieved 2012-09-08. 
  8. ^ PEP.ph. "Artista Academy's Top 16 Students to be named this Saturday | PEP.ph: The Number One Site for Philippine Showbiz". PEP.ph. Retrieved 2012-09-08. 
  9. ^ "AGB Nielsen Mega Manila Household Ratings (July 30-August 1): Walang Hanggan and 24 Oras in tight race for primetime leadership". Philippine Entertainment Portal. August 3, 2012. Retrieved December 17, 2012. 
  10. ^ "AGB Mega Manila Household Ratings (Oct. 23-28): Walang Hanggan ends with a big bang; Extra Challenge debuts strongly". Philippine Entertainment Portal. October 29, 2012. Retrieved December 17, 2012. 
  11. ^ "Kantar Media-TNS Total Philippines Household Ratings (July 26-30): ABS-CBN programs keep a tight grip on the lead". Philippine Entertainment Portal. July 31, 2012. Retrieved December 17, 2012. 
  12. ^ "Kantar Media-TNS Total Philippines Household Ratings (Oct. 24-28): It's Showtime climbs while Eat Bulaga! slips; Walang Hanggan ends memorable run". Philippine Entertainment Portal. October 30, 2012. Retrieved December 17, 2012. 

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