Boy Band (TV series)

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Boy Band
GenreReality television
Presented byRita Ora
JudgesNick Carter
Emma Bunton
Country of originUnited States
Original language(s)English
No. of seasons1
No. of episodes10
Production company(s)Matador Content[1]
Original networkABC
Original releaseJune 22 (2017-06-22) –
August 24, 2017 (2017-08-24)
External links

Boy Band is an American television music competition series that premiered on June 22, 2017 on ABC.[2] The 10-episode first season features young male vocalists competing to become a member of a new five-piece boy band. The final five boys who form the boy band receive a recording contract with Hollywood Records and perform the band's debut single during the finale.[3] On August 24, 2017, it was announced on the live show that Brady Tutton, Chance Perez, Drew Ramos, Sergio Calderon, and Michael Conor were the new members of the boy band, In Real Life. They performed for the very first time their first single, "Eyes Closed".

Rita Ora hosted the first series, with the Backstreet Boys' Nick Carter, the Spice Girls' Emma Bunton and Timbaland serving as the "architects" who helped guide the contestants throughout the series.[3]


ABC released the list of the 30 contestants on June 9, 2017.[4]

Name Age Hometown Status
Sergio Calderon 17 Redwood City, California Winners
Michael Conor 18 Cleveland, Ohio
Chance Perez 19 Seal Beach, California
Drew Ramos 19 Bronx, New York
Brady Tutton 16 Shorewood, Wisconsin
Jaden Gray 16 Hawthorne, California Eliminated Ep. 10
Mikey Jimenez 18 East Los Angeles, California
Marcus Pendleton 17 Nashville, Tennessee
Devin Hayes 18 Springfield, Illinois Eliminated Ep. 8
Andrew Bloom 20 Yorba Linda, California Eliminated Ep. 7
Jay "J Hype" Gilbert 15 Las Vegas, Nevada
Andrew Butcher 17 Greenwood, Indiana Eliminated Ep. 6
Cam Jackson 19 Willingboro, New Jersey
Dorian Tyler 15 Memphis, Tennessee Eliminated Ep. 5
Miles Wesley 19 Marble Falls, Texas Eliminated Ep. 4
Gavin Becker 18 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Eliminated Ep. 3
Jon Klaasen 19 Greenwood, Indiana Eliminated Ep. 2
Cameron Armstrong 22 Columbia, South Carolina Eliminated Ep. 1
Alan Ayala 18 Monterrey, Mexico
Gianni Cardinale 16 Las Vegas, Nevada
Santino Cardinale 18 Las Vegas, Nevada
Matthew Dean 19 Thousand Oaks, California
Jordan Grizzle 22 Fort Lauderdale, Florida
Lukas James 15 Sarasota, Florida
Stone Martin 18 Hartsville, South Carolina
Dylan Rey 17 Plano, Texas
Zack Taylor 24 Kansas City, Missouri
Timmy Thames 17 Malibu, California
Paul Toweh 21 Monrovia, Liberia
Nate Wyatt 20 Cincinnati, Ohio

Progress chart[edit]

Contestant 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Brady Tutton SAFE Reverb TR5BLE Next up All In Relentless Never Gone SAFE In Real Life
Chance Perez SAFE Reverb Top Line Timeless All In Awake Third Wheel SAFE In Real Life
Drew Ramos Uplift Top Line Maxed Undivided Awake Out of Control SAFE In Real Life
Michael Conor SAFE Six Track Top Line Timeless Leveled Relentless Third Wheel SAFE In Real Life
Sergio Calderon Uplift Top Line Maxed All In New Wave Never Gone SAFE In Real Life
Jaden Gray SAFE Reverb Element Next Up Undivided Relentless Out of Control SAFE ELIM
Marcus Pendleton Uplift TR5BLE Timeless All In New Wave Third Wheel SAFE ELIM
Mikey Jimenez SAFE Six Track Top Line Next Up All In New Wave Out of Control SAFE ELIM
Devin Hayes Uplift Element Maxed Undivided Awake Never Gone
Andrew Bloom SAFE Reverb Element Timeless Leveled Relentless
Jay "J Hype" Gilbert Uplift Element Maxed Leveled New Wave
Andrew Butcher SAFE Six Track TR5BLE Timeless Undivided
Cam Jackson SAFE Reverb TR5BLE Maxed Leveled
Dorian Tyler SAFE Six Track TR5BLE Next Up
Miles Wesley SAFE Six Track Element
Gavin Becker SAFE Six Track
Jon Klaasen SAFE Reverb
Cameron Armstrong Uplift
Alan Ayala ELIM
Dylan Rey ELIM
Gianni Cardinale ELIM
Jordan Grizzle ELIM
Lukas James ELIM
Matthew Dean ELIM
Nate Wyatt ELIM
Paul Toweh ELIM
Santino Cardinale ELIM
Stone Martin ELIM
Timmy Thames ELIM
Zack Taylor ELIM
     Top 5 Winner
     The group won the challenge.
     The contestant was in the bottom two or three.
     The contestant was eliminated.


No.TitleOriginal air dateProd.
U.S. viewers
1"Meet the Boys"June 22, 2017 (2017-06-22)1012.995[6]

Thirty young male vocalist audition before the three judges, labeled as architects, and 18 are selected to advance to the next round. The judges separate the remaining 18 boys into three groups to perform. After each performance, a member from each group will be eliminated. In this episode, the group Uplift perform and Cameron Armstrong is eliminated.[5]

Group Performances: That's What I Like
2"Who's Got the Right Stuff"June 29, 2017 (2017-06-29)1022.645[8]

The group Reverb perform before the three judges and Jon Klaasen is eliminated.[7]

Group Performances: Stay
3"Sweet Sixteen"July 6, 2017 (2017-07-06)1032.729[10]

The group Six Track perform before the three judges and Gavin Becker is eliminated.[9]

Group Performances: There's Nothing Holdin' Me Back
4"Live Live Live!"July 13, 2017 (2017-07-13)1042.441[12]

The remaining 15 contestants are separated into three groups: Top Line, TR5BLE and Element. The groups perform before the three judges and TR5BLE is chosen as the "safe" group such that none of their members are up for elimination in this round. Mikey Jimenez from Top Line and Miles Wesley from Element are up for elimination. The audience votes and Miles is eliminated.[11]

Group Performances: Despacito, Rolling in the Deep, Don't Let Me Down
5"Blast from the Past"July 20, 2017 (2017-07-20)1052.236[13]
Group Performances: Livin' on a Prayer, True Colors, Can't Take My Eyes Off You
6"Soundtrack Hits"July 27, 2017 (2017-07-27)1062.388[14]
Group Performances: How Far I'll Go, I Don't Want to Miss a Thing, See You Again
7"Break Up Week!"August 3, 2017 (2017-08-03)1072.312[15]
Group Performances: Since U Been Gone, Without You, Jealous
8"Girl Power!"August 10, 2017 (2017-08-10)1082.302[16]
Group Performances: Titanium, Fighter, The Edge of Glory
9"America, It's Decision Time!"August 17, 2017 (2017-08-17)1092.134[17]
10"Top Five Revealed!"August 24, 2017 (2017-08-24)1102.399[18]

Contestants who Appeared on Other Shows[edit]


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