Refinery Media, an award-winning production company renowned for producing compelling content for international networks, is bringing back its popular reality competition series, SupermodelMe.
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 territories globally.
Produced by Refinery Media, with presenting sponsor Subaru Asia and supported by Singapore Airlines Kris Shop, Season 6 was filmed in Singapore in June, with 12 aspiring models from eight markets across Asia (Singapore, China, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, Thailand, and Vietnam).
Themed around female empowerment, this season’s titled SupermodelMe Revolution, aims to provide a fresh take on the modeling reality competition series: one that is modern, edgy, and exemplifies what it means to be a model and a female role model today.
SupermodelMe Revolution will also feature familiar and prominent faces in the fashion and modeling industry. Hosted by supermodel and actress Cindy Bishop, she is joined by an esteemed panel of resident judges’ including photographer Yu Tsai, TV host Hanli Hoefer, Singaporean actress Ase Wang, and Miss Universe 2018 Catriona Gray. This season will also 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.
Originally produced and broadcasted online in 2009, SupermodelMe has transformed since its first foray into multi-platform programming, which featured 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.
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