21st PMPC Star Awards for Television

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21st PMPC Star Awards for Television
DateNovember 18, 2007
November 25, 2007 (Delayed Telecast)
LocationHenry Lee Irwin Theater, Ateneo de Manila University, Quezon City
Hosted by Boy Abunda
Pops Fernandez
Ara Mina
Lorna Tolentino
Television/radio coverage
Network RPN
Produced byStarview Productions

The 21st PMPC Star Awards for Television ceremony was held at the Henry Lee Irwin Theater in Ateneo de Manila University, Quezon City on November 18, 2007 and broadcast over RPN 9 on November 25, 2007. The ceremony was hosted by Boy Abunda, Pops Fernandez, Ara Mina at Lorna Tolentino.

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Nominees and winners

These are the nominations for the 21st Star Awards for Television. The winners are in bold.

NetworkTotal # of Nominees
ABS-CBN98
NBN5
ABC16
GMA99
RPN5
QTV33
IBC7
Studio 2311
UNTV5
NetworkTotal # of Winners (including Special Awards)
ABS-CBN32
GMA19
Q5
IBC2
UNTV1

Best TV station

Best Primetime TV Series

Best Daytime Drama Series

Best Weekly Drama Series

Best Drama Actor

Best Drama Actress

Best Drama Anthology

Best Single Performance by an Actress

Best Single Performance by an Actor

Best New Male TV Personality

Best New Female TV Personality

Best Gag Show

Best Comedy Show

Best Comedy Actor

Best Comedy Actress

Best Musical Variety Show

Best Variety Show

Best Female TV Host

Best Male TV Host

Best Public Service Program

Best Public Service Program Host

Best Horror-Fantasy Program

Best Reality Competition Program

Best Reality Competition Program Host

Best Game Show

Best Game Show Host

Best Talent Search Program

Best Talent Search Program Host

Best Youth Oriented Program

Best Educational Program

Best Educational Program Host

Best Celebrity Talk Show

Best Celebrity Talk Show Host

Best Documentary Program

Best Documentary Program Host

Best Documentary Special

Best Magazine Show

Best Magazine Show Host

Best News Program

Best Male Newscaster

Best Female Newscaster

Best Morning Show

Best Morning Show Host

Best Public Affairs Program

Best Public Affairs Program Host

Best Showbiz Oriented Talk Show

Best Male Showbiz Oriented Talk Show Host

Best Female Showbiz Oriented Talk Show Host

Best Children Show

Best Children Show Host

Best Travel Show

Best Travel Show Host

Best Lifestyle Show

Best Lifestyle Show Host

Special awards

Ading Fernando Lifetime Achievement Awardee

Excellence in Broadcasting Awardee

Faces of the Night

Stars of the Night

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