|29th PMPC Star Awards for Television|
|Date||December 3, 2015|
December 6, 2015 (Delayed Telecast)
|Location||Kia Theatre, Araneta Center, Cubao, Quezon City|
|Hosted by|| Boy Abunda |
Gelli de Belen
|Produced by||Airtime Marketing Philippines, Inc.|
The 29th PMPC Star Awards for Television (organized by Philippine Movie Press Club headed by current president and over-all awards chairman Joe Barrameda and produced by Airtime Marketing Philippines, Inc. headed by Tessie Celestino-Howard) awarding ceremony was held on December 3, 2015, at the Kia Theatre, Araneta Center, Cubao, Quezon City and will be broadcast on ABS-CBN Channel 2 on December 6, 2015 ("Sunday's Best", 11:15pm). The awards night is hosted by Boy Abunda, Gelli de Belen, Maja Salvador, Enchong Dee, Christian Bautista and Toni Gonzaga, with opening number performed by Grae Fernandez, Ataska Mercado, Bailey May, Ylona Garcia, and additional musical performances from Christian Bautista, Klarisse de Guzman, Darren Espanto, Sofia Andres, Rodjun Cruz, Ella Cruz, and a tribute number for the Lifetime Achievement Awardees will be performed by Mark Mabasa, Lucky Robles, Lilibeth Garcia and JV Decena.The awards night will be under the direction of Mr. Bert de Leon.
These are the nominations list (in alphabetical order) for the awarding ceremony. (period: July 1, 2014 to June 29, 2015) Winners are listed first and highlighted with boldface.
|Best TV Station|
|Best Primetime Drama Series||Best Daytime Drama Series|
Winner: Bridges of Love (ABS-CBN)
Winner: The Half Sisters (GMA)
|Best Drama Mini-Series||Best Drama Anthology|
Winner: Ilustrado (GMA)
Winner: Magpakailanman (GMA)
|Best Public Service Program||Best Gag Show|
Winner: T3: Enforced (now T3: Alliance) (TV5)
Winner: Banana Split Extra Scoop (now Banana Sundae) (ABS-CBN)
|Best Comedy Program||Best Musical Variety Show|
Winner: Pepito Manaloto: Ang Tunay na Kwento (GMA)
Winner: ASAP 20 (ABS-CBN)
|Best Reality Show||Best Game Show|
Winner: I Do (ABS-CBN)
Winner: Wowowin (GMA)
|Best Talent Search Program||Best Educational Program|
Winner: A Song of Praise Music Festival (UNTV Life)
Winner: Del Monte Kitchenomics (GMA) and Matanglawin (ABS-CBN) - TIED
|Best Celebrity Talk Show||Best Documentary Program|
Winner: Aquino and Abunda Tonight (ABS-CBN)
Winner: I-Witness (GMA)
|Best Documentary Special||Best Magazine Show|
Winner: Spratlys: Mga Isla ng Kalayaan (aired last October 5, 2014 on ABS-CBN)
Winner: Rated K (ABS-CBN)
|Best News Program||Best Morning Show|
Winner: State of the Nation with Jessica Soho (GMA News TV)
Winner: Umagang Kay Ganda (ABS-CBN)
|Best Public Affairs Program||Best Children's Show|
Winner: The Bottomline with Boy Abunda (ABS-CBN)
Winner: The KNC Show (Kawan ng Cordero) (UNTV Life)
|Best Showbiz Oriented Talk Show||Best Travel Show|
Winner: The Buzz (ABS-CBN)
Winner: Biyahe ni Drew (GMA News TV)
|Best Lifestyle Show|
Winner: Gandang Ricky Reyes (GMA News TV)
|Best Drama Actor||Best Drama Actress|
Winner: Alden Richards (Ilustrado / GMA 7)
Winner: Maja Salvador (Bridges of Love / ABS-CBN)
|Best Supporting Actor||Best Supporting Actress|
Winner: Baron Geisler (Nathaniel / ABS-CBN)
|Best Single Performance by an Actor||Best Single Performance by an Actress|
|Best Child Performer||Best New Male TV Personality|
Winner: Harvey Bautista (Wansapanataym presents: "Remote ni Eric" / ABS-CBN) and Marco Masa (Nathaniel / ABS-CBN) - TIED
Winner: Alonzo Muhlach (Inday Bote / ABS-CBN)
|Best New Female TV Personality||Best Public Service Program Host(s)|
Winner: Jana Agoncillo (Dream Dad/ ABS-CBN)
Winner: Vicky Morales (Wish Ko Lang! / GMA 7)
|Best Comedy Actor||Best Comedy Actress|
Winner: Jayson Gainza (Banana Split Extra Scoop / ABS-CBN)
Winner: Rufa Mae Quinto (Bubble Gang / GMA 7)
|Best Male TV Host||Best Female TV Host|
Winner: Vice Ganda (It's Showtime / ABS-CBN)
Winner: Anne Curtis (It's Showtime / ABS-CBN)
|Best Reality Show Host(s)||Best Game Show Host(s)|
|Best Talent Show Program Host(s)||Best Educational Program Host(s)|
Winner: Kuya Kim Atienza (Matanglawin / ABS-CBN)
|Best Celebrity Talk Show Host(s)||Best Documentary Program Host(s)|
|Best Magazine Show Host(s)||Best Morning Show Host(s)|
Winner: Korina Sanchez-Roxas (Rated K / ABS-CBN)
Winner: Arnold Clavio, Rhea Santos, Ivan Mayrina, Connie Sison, Susan Enriquez, Nathaniel "Mang Tani" Cruz, Lyn Ching-Pascual, Lhar Santiago, Suzi Entrata-Abrera, Luane Dy, Love Añover, Tonipet Gaba, Prof. Solita "Mareng Winnie" Monsod, Regine Tolentino, and Atty. Gaby Concepcion (Unang Hirit / GMA 7)
|Best Male Newscaster||Best Female Newscaster|
Winner: Erwin Tulfo (Aksyon Prime / TV5)
Winner: Jessica Soho (State of the Nation / GMA News TV)
|Best Public Affairs Program Host(s)||Best Children's Show Host(s)|
Winner: Boy Abunda (The Bottomline / ABS-CBN)
Winner: Eric Cabobos, Bency Vallo, Moonlight Alarcon, Cid Capulong, Cedie Isip, Kim Enriquez, Tim Argallon, Angelica Tejana, Leanne Manalanzan, and Kyla Manarang (The KNC Show / UNTV Life)
|Best Male Showbiz-Oriented Talk Show Host||Best Female Showbiz-Oriented Talk Show Host|
Winner: Ricky Lo (Startalk / GMA)
Winner: Toni Gonzaga (The Buzz / ABS-CBN)
|Best Travel Show Host(s)||Best Lifestyle Show Host(s)|
Winner: Drew Arellano (Biyahe ni Drew / GMA News TV)
Winner: Kris Aquino (Kris TV / ABS-CBN)
Number of Nominees
|GMA News TV||38|
Number of Winners (excluding Special Awards)
|GMA News TV||5|
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