ABS-CBN named Best TV Station at the PMPC Star Awards for TV

ABS-CBN was honored as the Best TV Station and won 30 awards at the 31st PMPC Star Awards for Television. This is the ninth consecutive year that the Kapamilya network was recognized as the Best TV Station.

Leading the winners from ABS-CBN were its drama programs “The Greatest Love,” which won Best Daytime Drama Series and one of the most watched primetime programs in the country, “La Luna Sangre” that was named Best Primetime Drama Series.

Sylvia Sanchez meanwhile, was hailed as Best Drama Actress for her remarkable performance as Gloria, the Alzheimer’s-stricken lead character in “The Greatest Love.”

Besides Sylvia, other Kapamilya stars that picked up major awards for their notable performance in ABS-CBN programs were “Wildflower” star Aiko Melendez (Best Drama Supporting Actress), “Ikaw Lang Ang Iibigin” actor Daniel Fernando (Best Drama Supporting Actor), “My Dear Heart” child actress Nayomi Ramos (Best Child Performer), John Estrada (Best Single Performance by an Actor for the “MMK” episode, “Mansanas at Juice”), and Maricel Soriano (Best Single Performance by an Actress for the “MMK” episode, “Baso”).

Joshua Garcia and Julia Barretto, who will star in the upcoming Star Cinema movie “Unexpectedly Yours,” were named as one of the German Moreno Power Tandem awardees.

Other ABS-CBN entertainment programs that were recognized include “ASAP” (Best Musical Variety Show), “Ipaglaban Mo” (Best Drama Anthology), “Goin’ Bulilit” (Best Gag Show), “Wansapanataym” (Best Horror/Fantasy Program), and “Gandang Gabi Vice” (Best Celebrity Talk Show).

The celebratory atmosphere turned emotional when “It’s Showtime’s” Hashtags accepted Vice Ganda’s Best Male TV Host award and fulfilled Vice’s request to dedicate the award to Franco Hernandez.

Meanwhile, the country’s most watched primetime newscast “TV Patrol” clinched the Best News Program award, while Bernadette Sembrano won Best Female Newscaster. On the other hand, the acclaimed documentary on the Marawi siege “Di Ka Pasisiil,” was recognized as the Best Documentary Special.

Other winning news and public affairs programs from the Kapamilya network include “The Bottomline with Boy Abunda” (Best Public Affairs Program) and “Matanglawin” (Best Educational Program).

ABS-CBN broadcast journalists and personalites also shined at the PMPC Star Awards including Korina Sanchez (Best Magazine Show Host for “Rated K”), Boy Abunda (Best Public Affairs Program Host for “The Bottomline with Boy Abunda”), Kim Atienza (Best Educational Program Host for “Matanglawin”) and “Umagang Kay Ganda” hosts Anthony Taberna, Jorge Carino, Amy Perez, Winnie Cordero, Ariel Ureta, and Gretchen Ho (Best Morning Show Hosts).

Completing the roster of winners from ABS-CBN include Tony Labrusca (Best New Male TV Personality), Luis Manzano (Best Game Show Host), Boy Abunda (Best Celebrity Talk Show Host for “Tonight with Boy Abunda”), Jobert Austria (Best Comedy Actor for “Banana Sundae”), and the “Voice Teens” tandem of Toni Gonzaga and Luis Manzano (Best Talent Search Program Hosts).

ABS-CBN accepted the Best TV Station award led by Kane Errol Choa, head of Corporate Communications (center)
Photo courtesy of Allan Sancon

ABS-CBN TINANGHAL NA BEST TV STATION SA PMPC STAR AWARDS FOR TV

Pinarangalan bilang Best TV Station and ABS-CBN na umani ng 30 parangal sa 31st PMPC Star Awards for Television. Ito ang ika-siyam na taon na kinilala ang Kapamilya network bilang Best TV Station.

Nanguna sa listahan ng mga nanalo mula sa ABS-CBN ang drama programs nito na “The Greatest Love” na nanalo bilang Best Daytime Drama Series, habang Best Primetime Drama Series naman ang “La Luna Sangre,” ang isa sa pinakapinanonood na programa sa bansa.

Samantala, tinanghal naming Best Drama Actress si Sylvia Sanchez dahil sa kanyang natatanging pagganap bilang Gloria, ang lead character na may Alzheimer’s sa “The Greatest Love.”

Bukod kay Sylvia, ang iba pang Kapamilya stars na nanalo sa major awards ay sina  “Wildflower” star Aiko Melendez (Best Drama Supporting Actress), “Ikaw Lang Ang Iibigin” actor Daniel Fernando (Best Drama Supporting Actor), “My Dear Heart” child actress Nayomi Ramos (Best Child Performer), John Estrada (Best Single Performance by an Actor for the “MMK” episode, “Mansanas at Juice”), at Maricel Soriano (Best Single Performance by an Actress for the “MMK” episode, “Baso”).

Photo courtesy of ABS-CBN News

German Moreno Power Tandem awardee naman ang tambalan nin Joshua Garcia at Julia Barretto na muling mapapanood sa takilya para sa kanilang bagong Star Cinema movie na “Unexpectedly Yours.”

Kabilang sa iba pang kinilalang ABS-CBN entertainment programs ang “ASAP” (Best Musical Variety Show), “Ipaglaban Mo” (Best Drama Anthology), “Goin’ Bulilit” (Best Gag Show), “Wansapanataym” (Best Horror/Fantasy Program), at “Gandang Gabi Vice” (Best Celebrity Talk Show).

Naging emosyonal din ang awarding ceremony sa pagtanggap ng Hashtags ng award ni Vice Ganda bilang Best Male TV Host dahil hiniling ni Vice sa Hashtags na ialay ang kanyang parangal para kay Franco Hernandez.

Sa larangan naman ng news, pinarangalan ang “TV Patrol” bilang Best News Program award, habang kinilala bilang Best Female Newscaster si Bernadette Sembrano. Ang documentary naman tungkol sa Marawi na “Di Ka Pasisiil” ang sumungkit sa Best Documentary Special award.

Ang iba pang news at public affairs programs na nanalo sa PMPC ay ang “The Bottomline with Boy Abunda” (Best Public Affairs Program) at “Matanglawin” (Best Educational Program).

Nagningning din sa Star Awards ang ilang ABS-CBN broadcast journalists at personalities tulad nina Korina Sanchez (Best Magazine Show Host for “Rated K”), Boy Abunda (Best Public Affairs Program Host for “The Bottomline with Boy Abunda”), Kim Atienza (Best Educational Program Host for “Matanglawin”) at ang “Umagang Kay Ganda” barkada nina Anthony Taberna, Jorge Carino, Amy Perez, Winnie Cordero, Ariel Ureta, at Gretchen Ho (Best Morning Show Hosts).

Kabilang din sa listahan ng mga nanalo sa PMPC Star Awards sina Tony Labrusca (Best New Male TV Personality), Luis Manzano (Best Game Show Host), Boy Abunda (Best Celebrity Talk Show Host for “Tonight with Boy Abunda”), Jobert Austria (Best Comedy Actor for “Banana Sundae”), at ang “Voice Teens” tandem nina Toni Gonzaga at Luis Manzano (Best Talent Search Program Hosts).

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