|30th PMPC Star Awards for Television|
|Date||October 23, 2016|
November 20, 2016 (Delayed Telecast on ABS-CBN's Sunday's Best)
|Location||Monet Grand Ballroom, Novotel Manila Araneta Center, Cubao, Quezon City|
|Hosted by|| Robi Domingo |
Jodi Sta. Maria
|Produced by||Airtime Marketing Philippines, Inc.|
|Directed by||Bert de Leon|
The 30th PMPC Star Awards for Television awards ceremony (also known as the integral part of the 2016 Star For M-TV Awards, with the theme The Fusion of Philippine Entertainment’s Best) was held on October 23, 2016 at the Monet Grand Ballroom, Novotel Manila Araneta Center, Cubao, Quezon City,coinciding with the 63rd anniversary of the birth of Philippine television. The awards will be given to selected programs and personalities ranging from actors, actresses, hosts and news and current affairs personalities who have made a mark in Philippine television in the past year. The awards night was hosted by ABS-CBN personalities Robi Domingo, Kim Chiu, Luis Manzano, Jodi Sta. Maria, Alex Gonzaga and Xian Lim with Elisse Joson and Arjo Atayde as segment hosts and performances from Sam Concepcion, Jason Dy, and 4th Impact.
The awards will be organized by the Philippine Movie Press Club, a non-profit organization whose members are entertainment writers and columnists from newspapers and online news sites. The PMPC is currently headed by its president, and overall awards chairman Fernan de Guzman.The telecast of the Star Awards for Television will be produced by Airtime Marketing Philippines, Inc. of Tessie Celestino-Howard and under the direction of Bert de Leon. It aired on a delayed basis on ABS-CBN's "Sunday's Best" on November 20, 2016.
Here is the full set of nominees (in alphabetical order) and winners of the 30th PMPC Star Awards for Television.
Winners are listed first and highlighted with boldface.
|Best TV Station|
|Best Primetime Drama Series||Best Daytime Drama Series|
Winner: FPJ's Ang Probinsyano (ABS-CBN)
Winner: Doble Kara (ABS-CBN)
|Best Drama Anthology||Best Public Service Program|
Winner: Ipaglaban Mo! (ABS-CBN)
|Best Gag Show||Best Comedy Program|
Winner: Goin' Bulilit (ABS-CBN)
Winner: Pepito Manaloto: Ang Tunay na Kwento (GMA 7)
|Best Musical Variety Show||Best Variety Show|
Winner: ASAP (ABS-CBN)
Winner: Sunday PinaSaya (GMA 7)
|Best Game Show||Best Talent Search Program|
Winner: Wowowin (GMA 7)
Winner: StarStruck (season 6) (GMA 7)
|Best Educational Program||Best Celebrity Talk Show|
Winner: Matanglawin (ABS-CBN)
Winner: Tonight with Boy Abunda (ABS-CBN)
|Best Documentary Program||Best Documentary Special|
Winner: Reel Time (GMA News TV)
Winner: Politika at Pamilya: Sila-Sila Noon, Sila-Sila Pa Rin Hanggang Ngayon (ABS-CBN) (Airing Date: May 29, 2016)
|Best Magazine Show||Best News Program|
Winner: Rated K (ABS-CBN)
|Best Morning Show||Best Public Affairs Program|
Winner: Unang Hirit (GMA 7)
Winner: The Bottomline with Boy Abunda (ABS-CBN)
|Best Travel Show||Best Lifestyle Show|
Winner: Biyahe ni Drew (GMA News TV)
Winner: RX Plus (S+A)
|Best Drama Actor||Best Drama Actress|
Winner: Coco Martin (FPJ's Ang Probinsyano) (ABS-CBN)
Winner: Jennylyn Mercado (My Faithful Husband) (GMA 7)
|Best Drama Supporting Actor||Best Drama Supporting Actress|
Winner: Arjo Atayde (FPJ's Ang Probinsyano) and Aaron Villaflor (All of Me) (ABS-CBN) (tied)
|Best Single Performance by an Actor||Best Single Performance by an Actress|
Winner: Kristofer Martin (Magpakailanman episode: "Mag-Ama sa Bilangguan") (GMA 7)
Winner: Claudine Barretto (MMK episode: "Itak") (ABS-CBN)
|Best Child Performer||Best Public Service Program Host|
Winner: McNeal "Aura" Briguela (FPJ's Ang Probinsyano) (ABS-CBN)
Winner: Julius Babao (Mission Possible) (ABS-CBN)
|Best New Male TV Personality||Best New Female TV Personality|
Winner: Onyok Pineda (FPJ's Ang Probinsyano) (ABS-CBN) and Jake Ejercito (Eat Bulaga! Lenten Drama Special: "God Gave Me You") (GMA 7) (tied)
Winner: Ria Atayde (MMK episode: "Puno ng Mangga") (ABS-CBN)
|Best Comedy Actor||Best Comedy Actress|
Winner: Jose Manalo (Hay, Bahay!) (GMA 7)
Winner: Manilyn Reynes (Pepito Manaloto: Ang Tunay na Kwento) (GMA 7)
|Best Male TV Host||Best Female TV Host|
Winner: Luis Manzano (ASAP) (ABS-CBN)
Winner: Anne Curtis (It's Showtime) (ABS-CBN)
|Best Game Show Host(s)||Best Talent Search Program Host(s)|
Winner: Luis Manzano, Robi Domingo and Kim Chiu (The Voice Kids (season 3)) (ABS-CBN)
|Best Educational Program Host(s)||Best Celebrity Talk Show Host(s)|
Winner: Kuya Kim Atienza (Matanglawin) (ABS-CBN)
Winner: Boy Abunda (Tonight with Boy Abunda) (ABS-CBN)
|Best Documentary Program Host(s)||Best Magazine Show Host(s)|
Winner: Malou Mangahas (Investigative Documentaries) (GMA News TV)
Winner: Korina Sanchez-Roxas (Rated K) (ABS-CBN)
|Best Male Newscaster||Best Female Newscaster|
Winner: Vicky Morales (24 Oras) (GMA 7)
|Best Morning Show Hosts||Best Public Affairs Program Host(s)|
Winner: Boy Abunda (The Bottomline with Boy Abunda) (ABS-CBN)
|Best Travel Show Host(s)||Best Lifestyle Show Host|
Winner: Drew Arellano (Biyahe ni Drew) (GMA News TV)
Winner: Ricky Reyes (Gandang Ricky Reyes) (GMA News TV)
Number of Nominees
|ABS-CBN News Channel||1|
|GMA News TV||32|
|UNTV News and Rescue||5|
Number of Winners (excluding Special Awards)
|GMA News TV||5|
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