Refinery Media is bringing back its popular reality competition series, SupermodelMe, which is hosted by Cindy Bishop. The latest season promises a fresh approach, new challenges, a star-studded cast, and builds off the success of its first five seasons. The original multi-platform show has received several international nominations and has been broadcasted in 13 countries globally.
Season 6 was filmed in Singapore in June, with 12 aspiring models from 8 markets across Asia, i.e. Singapore, Mainland China, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, Thailand and Vietnam. Season 6 is all about female empowerment.
‘SupermodelMe Revolution’, aims to provide a fresh take on the modelling reality competition series: one that is modern, edgy and exemplifies what it means to be a model and a female role model today.
In the all-new season, the supermodel hopefuls will face challenges like never before, as they undergo intensive sports and fashion-related tasks while testing their individual mental and physical resolve in the cutthroat world of fashion. They do this while living together under one roof and going head-to-head against each other. The Revolution series aims to push the models’ boundaries of mind, body and soul through the series. Only one contestant will emerge as the ultimate SupermodelMe winner and will go home with a Subaru Ambassadorship, a cover on Harper’s Bazaar and a modelling contract with Storm Model Management.
Supermodel and actress Cindy Bishop hosts the SupermodelMe series. An esteemed panel of resident judges’ including American photographer Yu Tsai – most famously known for his involvement on America’s Next Top Model Cycle 22 and Cycle 23, Hanli Hoefer – TV host and emcee, Ase Wang – Singaporean actress, model and entrepreneur, and Catriona Gray – Filipino-Australian model, singer and Miss Universe 2018 will join the ride.
Feature task masters Monika Sta. Maria – Filipino model and runner-up of Asia’s Next Top Model (Cycle 3) and Dana Slosar – Thai model and winner of Asia’s Next Top Model (Cycle 6) will help to mentor contestants and offer them the best advice possible.
SupermodelMe has transformed since its first foray into multi-platform programming. The series features weekly television episodes alongside online webisodes where viewers could also view behind-the-scenes footage and deleted scenes. SupermodelMe’s cross-platform and unique digital integration efforts received prestigious nominations, including “Best Cross-Platform Content” at the Asian Television Awards 2012, “Best Non-Fiction” at the International Digital Emmy Awards in 2013, and “Best Editing” at the Apollo Awards in 2014. Since then, SupermodelMe has been broadcasted in 13 countries globally, with a television reach of more than 30 million people.
The Asian premiere of SupermodelMe Revolution airs on AXN from 11 October 2021. Details on the program will follow.
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