Over a 12-week period, 14 models compete for \$100,000 and a modeling contract.
Runtime: 60 minutes
Make Me a Supermodel - Make Me a Supermodel (season 1) - Netflix
Season one of Make Me a Supermodel, an American reality television series based on the British series of the same name, premiered on January 10, 2008, on the Bravo television network. Casting director Jennifer Starr joined the season 1 cast along with Cory Bautista, director of New York Model Management, as judges. Tyson Beckford and Niki Taylor played as both judges and the hosts of the show. A casting special aired prior to the season opener on January 2, 2008, featuring many models being photographed, critiqued on the runway, and sent away until only the final choices for the season remained. The winner of the competition, chosen by the viewers, would receive a fashion pictorial in GQ Magazine, $100,000, and a one-year contract with New York Model Management. The winner of the competition was 21-year-old Holly Kiser from Coeburn, Virginia.
Make Me a Supermodel - Contestant elimination progress - Netflix
Cornflower blue background and “WIN” means the model won the challenge. Light blue background and “HIGH” means the model had one of the highest scores for that challenge. Pink background and “LOW” means the model had one of the lowest scores for that challenge, but was not in the bottom three. Orange background and “BTM3” means the model was in the bottom three, and may have been given another chance by America to stay in the competition. Dark orange background and “BTM2” means the model was in the bottom two, and may have been given another chance by America to stay in the competition. Tomato background and “OUT” means the model was in the bottom three, but was not given another chance by America, and was sent home. Light green background and “FINALIST” means the Final 4 were placed in the hands of America to make one of the four a supermodel. Yellow Green background and “OUT” means the model was a runner-up for the competition. Lime Green background and “WINNER” means the model won the entire competition, and was voted by America to become a supermodel.
Note: In Episode 10, only two people were in the bottom. Episode 12 was a reunion for the top four to look back with the eliminated contestants.
Note: The bottom three contestants chosen for the public vote are shown at the end of each episode, and the eliminated model is shown at the beginning of the following episode.
Make Me a Supermodel - References - Netflix