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Each season (known as "cycles") is completely shot nearly a year before broadcast.
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After reading Janice Dickinson's book "No Lifeguard on Duty: The Accidental Life of the World's First Supermodel," Tyra Banks called her personally to be a judge on the show.
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The photographers in the show shoot either on a Canon EOS-1Ds series of DSLR bodies or the successive Hasselblad H series medium format cameras. The only time the photographers did not shoot on either was whenever Nigel Barker shot (he used his Mamiya in his various shoots) and when Mike Rosenthal shot with a large format camera in Cycle 12, Episode 4.
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After the sixth season, the show was picked up by The CW because UPN merged with The WB to form The CW.
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This show was the "anchor" for the WB/UPN to CW merge.
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Last show to be canceled that originally started its broadcast on the former UPN network.
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Lisa D'Amato from Cycle 5 was the first non-winner of America's Next Top Model to make a guest appearance on a future cycle. She went on to win Cycle 17 All-Stars.
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