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Mexican Reality TV show, La Academia that means The Academy in English, is broadcasted on TV Azteca. Although a lot of similarity in the format of the competition can be seen, still La Academia is not affiliated by any means with the Endemol Franchise that includes Star Academy Shows.
With the passage of time, it fetched good ratings on its time slot even beating Televisas Operacion Triunfo Mexico, which was official Endemol entry in the Mexico and only after its first season it was replaced by Big Brother VIP.
After its fame in Mexico the franchise went on in countries including Malaysia, The United States, Thailand and Indonesia.
According to the format of the show 14 to 18 young people are selected every year and they are compelled to live together in one house while being isolated from the rest of the world.
That group of people then spends the time together and share activities like taking singing, acting and dancing classes along with several other related activities.
The main aim every individual in house is to ready themselves to perform in a 3 hour live concert on every Sunday evening for both viewers at home and at the studio. And as the show progresses one out of these 14 to 18 students are eliminated every week until the finalists battle it out on the Grand Finale.
As the Grand finale commences, only five students are remained after all those eliminations. The remaining five then bring out their A game to be at the top of the food chain. Every week the elimination is made on the basis of the number of the votes made by the viewers.
And which ever contestants votes are fewer in number, elimination takes place. The voting process is pretty much same as it is for the American Idol. Its just that the calls that are made for voting are not free as they are in American Idol.
Another show, similar to La Academia, Camino a la fama is broadcasted weekly during the afternoons. The show is based on the activities that the contestants carry out during their stay at that house including their preparation for the competition along with their interpersonal and recreational activities.
The main aim of the show is to bring out contestants inner self and it also helps them obtain viewers sympathy towards their effort that they put in.
La Academia was aired for the first time in 2002, and ever since then the show along with all the concerts were hosted by Alan Tacher. But later in 2006 Tacher was succeeded by Monica Garza.
La Academias first season kicked off in 2002 and Myriam Montemayor came out to be victorious. The Second, Third, Fourth and Fifth places were filled by Victor Alejandro Garcia Perez, Miguel Angel Rodriguez Chapital, Yahir Othon Parra and Nadia Yvonne Lopez Ayuso, respectively.
The following season was won by Erika Alcocer Luna while second, third, fourth and fifth positions were taken by Marco Antonio Moreno, Manuel Mancillas Dena, Fredi Ivann Bautista Garc?a, and Rosal?a Le?n, respectively.