Stars recognized at the PMPC Star Awards for TV

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09:54 PM November 13th, 2017

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By: Michelle Joy L. Padayhag, November 13th, 2017 09:54 PM

SEVERAL TV personalities were recognized during the 31st Philippine Movie Press Club (PMPC) Star Awards for Television last November 12, Sunday, at Ateneo de Manila University (ADMU). Some stars tied for certain categories.

These included the Best Drama Actor award which was won by two actors from GMA Network–Ruru Madrid for “Encantadia” and Kapuso Primetime King Dingdong Dantes for “Alyas Robin Hood.”

Madrid, on his Instagram account, thanked God, his family, supporters and the PMPC for the recognition.

“Mahal na mahal ko kayo wala ako sa kinatatayuan ko kung hindi dahil sa inyo,” read part of his post. He also thanked the people behind “Encantadia” including director Mark Reyes.

Also tied for the Best Single Performance by an Actor award were Alden Richards who portrayed a guy with autism in Eat Bulaga’s Lenten presentation, “Kapatid” and John Estrada who was cited for his role in the Maalaala Mo Kaya (MMK) episode, “Mansanas at Juice.”

Two love teams were recognized as German Moreno Power Tandem of the Year: Joshua Garcia and Julia Barretto of ABS-CBN and Sanya Lopez and Rocco Nacino of GMA 7. Sylvia Sanchez received the Best Drama Actress award for “The Greatest Love”.

Maricel Soriano won for best Single Performance by an Actress for her role in the MMK episode, “Baso”.

“Wildflower” stars Arnold Reyes and Aiko Melendez were recognized as Best Supporting Actor and Best Supporting Actress, respectively.

Melendez plays the character of Emilia Ardiente while Reyes portrays Arthur Dela Peña.  Kapuso Primetime Queen Marian Rivera won the Best Female TV Host award for GMA’s “Sunday Pinasaya” and the same show won the Best Sunday Program.

“Ang layunin ng Sunday Pinasaya ay makapag bigay ng saya sa mga taong linggo-linggo, Maraming salamat PMPC sa karangalang ito ang aking ‘PINASAYA’ ninyo,” Rivera said.

“It’s Showtime” host Vice Ganda was recognized as Best Male TV Host. Members of the show’s boy group Hashtag received the award on his behalf and dedicated it to their fellow member, Franco Hernandez who died in a drowning incident last Saturday.

“My heart continues to break. This is just so painful. I dedicate my award to you my baby brother, Franco,” Vice Ganda said via Instagram.

Full list of winners: (Source: Push) Best TV Station: ABS-CBN

Best Drama Actress: Sylvia Sanchez

Best Drama Actor: Ruru Madrid and Dingdong Dantes

Best Single Performance by an Actress: Maricel Soriano

Best Single Performance by an Actor: Alden Richards and John Estrada

Best Drama Supporting Actress: Aiko Melendez

Best Drama Supporting Actor: Daniel Fernando

Best Female TV Host: Marian Rivera

Best Male TV Host: Vice Ganda

Best Variety Show: “Sunday Pinasaya”

Best Musical Variety Show: “ASAP”

Best Comedy Actress: Ai Ai delas Alas

Best Comedy Actor: Jobert Austria

Best Comedy Show: “Pepito Manaloto”

Best Gag Show: “Goin’ Bulilit”

Best Primetime Drama Series: “La Luna Sangre” and “Alyas Robin Hood”

Best Drama Anthology: “Ipaglaban Mo”

Best Daytime Drama Series: “The Greatest Love”

Best Horror/Fantasy Program: “Wansapanataym”

Best New Female TV Personality: Mikee Quintos

Best New Male Personality: Tony Labrusca

Best Child Performer: Nayomi “Heart” Ramos

Best Female Newscaster: Bernadette Sembrano

Best Male Newscaster: Arnold Clavio

Best News Program: “TV Patrol”

Best Public Affairs Program: “The Bottomline” and “Sa Ganang Mamamayan”

Best Public Affairs Program Host: Boy Abunda

Best Public Service Program: “Wish Ko Lang”

Best Public Service Program Host: Vicky Morales

Best Magazine Show Host: Korina Sanchez

Best Celebrity Talk Show: “Gandang Gabi Vice”

Best Celebrity Talk Show Host: Boy Abunda

Best Talent Search Program: “ASOP”

Best Talent Search Program Host: Luis Manzano and  Toni Gonzaga

Best Game Show: “Wowowin”

Best Game Show Host: Luis Manzano

Best Magazine Show: “Kapuso Mo Jessica Soho”

Best Morning Show Host: Anthony Taberna, Jorge Cariño, Atom Araullo, Amy Perez, Winnie Cordero and Ariel Ureta

Best Morning Show: “Unang Hirit”

Best Documentary Special: “Di Ka Pasisiil”

Best Travel Show: “Landmarks”

Best Travel Show Host: Drew Arellano

Best Lifestyle Show: “The World of Gandang Ricky Reyes”

Best Lifestyle Show Host: Rhian Ramos and  Solenn Heussaff

Best Educational Program Host: “Matanglawin”

Best Educational Program Host: Kim Atienza

Best Documentary Program: “i-Witness”

Best Documentary Program Host: Sandra Aguinaldo, Kara David, Jay Taruc and  Howie Severino

Female Celebrity Face of the Night: Ali Forbes

Male Celebrity Face of the Night: Robi Domingo

Female Star of the Night: Jessa Zaragoza

Male Star of the Night: Richard Gutierrez

Special Awards

Ading Fernando Lifetime Achievement Award: Vic Sotto

Longest Running Daytime Drama Anthology award: “Maynila”

Excellence in Broadcasting Lifetime Achievement Award: Presidential Communications Secretary Martin Andanar German Moreno

Power Tandem of the Year: Joshua Garcia and Julia Barretto and Sanya Lopez and Rocco Nacino

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