For scouting in the music industry, see A&R. For scouting in sports, see Scout (sport).

The cast of Scouted
Genre Reality television
Country of origin United States
Original language(s) English
No. of seasons 1
No. of episodes 8
Running time 42 minutes
Original network E!
Original release November 28, 2011 – January 16, 2012

Scouted is an American reality television series that chronicles the discovery process of the next big name in the modeling industry. The show premiered on Monday, November 28, 2011, on the E! cable network.[1]


The series showcases local model scouts Page Parkes (Houston, TX), Stacie Vanchieri (Richmond, VA), Erin Olson (Salt Lake City, UT), and Kristen Kotik (San Francisco, CA) as they try to discover the next big name.[2][3] The scouts will train the aspiring models and then introduce them to the One Management modeling agency. Then, industry veterans Michael Flutie, Julia Samersova, Beri Smither and Dani Stahl will evaluate their model potential. This process includes a trip to the legendary fashion closet, and intimidating photo shoot with Photographer and Director Danny Christensen. Ultimately Scott Lipps, president of One Management, will decide whether or not to sign the girls to his agency.


E! ordered 8 episodes for the first season. Angela Aguilera, Ben Samek, Cris Abrego, Michael Flutie, Rabih Gholam serve as executive producers.[1] Fashion Photography and Direction by Danny Christensen using RED Epic and with support by B2Pro


Episode U.S. Air Date Rating/Share
"Gillian & Jennifer" November 28, 2011 0.4[4] 0.73
"Valenteen & Kelsie" December 5, 2011 0.3[5] 0.52
"Nicole & Amber" December 12, 2011
"Amy & Jillian" December 19, 2011
"Cheyann & Gina" December 26, 2011
"Lindsay & Amber R." January 2, 2012 0.2[6] 0.46
"Marissa and Hallie" January 9, 2012 0.2[7] 0.42
"Erin and Alwyn" January 16, 2012 0.3[8] 0.57


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