25th PMPC Star Awards for Television

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25th PMPC Star Awards for Television
Date November 22, 2011
November 27, 2011 (Delayed Telecast)
Location Newport Performing Arts Theater, Resorts World Manila, Pasay City
Hosted by Piolo Pascual
Shamcey Supsup
Richard Gomez
Dawn Zulueta
Television/radio coverage
Network ABS-CBN
Produced by Airtime Marketing Philippines, Inc.

The 25th PMPC Star Awards for Television was held on Tuesday night, November 22, 2011 at Newport Performing Arts Theater, Resorts World Manila in Pasay City, Manila and broadcast over ABS-CBN Channel 2 on November 27, 2011 (on Sunday's Best).[1] The ceremony was hosted by Piolo Pascual, Shamcey Supsup, Richard Gomez and Dawn Zulueta and directed by Al Quinn. This is the Silver Anniversary of the TV award giving body with the theme of ”tribute to musical variety shows” (the past 25 years).

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Awards[edit]

These are the nominations for the 25th Star Awards. The winners are in bold at the top of each list.

Stations Awards
ABS-CBN ; Studio 23 ; ANC 26
TV5 ; Aksyon TV 6
GMA ; GMA News TV 16
Net 25 2
UNTV 1
TOTAL 51

Best Educational Program[edit]

Best Educational Program Host[edit]

Best Travel Show[edit]

Best Travel Show Host[edit]

Best Lifestyle Show[edit]

Best Lifestyle Show Host[edit]

Best Morning Show[edit]

Best Morning Show Host[edit]

Best Youth-Oriented Show[edit]

Best New Male TV Personality[edit]

Best New Female TV Personality[edit]

Best Horror or Fantasy Program[edit]

Best Public Affairs Program[edit]

Best Public Affairs Program Host[edit]

Best Magazine Show[edit]

Best Magazine Show Host[edit]

Best Children Show[edit]

Best Children Show Host[edit]

Best Documentary Program[edit]

Best Documentary Program Host[edit]

Best Documentary Special[edit]

  • Pluma: Rizal, Ang Dakilang Manunulat (GMA News TV)
  • Anatomy Of A Disaster (GMA 7)
  • Banal (ABS-CBN 2)
  • Climate Change (UNTV 37)
  • EDSA: Sulyap Sa Kasaysayan (ABS-CBN 2)

Best Public Service Program[edit]

Best Public Service Program Host[edit]

Best News Program[edit]

Best Male Newscaster[edit]

Best Female Newscaster[edit]

Best Talent Search Program[edit]

Best Talent Search Program Host[edit]

Best Game Show[edit]

Best Game Show Host[edit]

Best Celebrity Talk Show[edit]

Best Celebrity Talk Show Host[edit]

Best Showbiz-Oriented Show[edit]

Best Male Showbiz-Oriented Show Host[edit]

Best Female Showbiz-Oriented Show Host[edit]

Best Gag Show[edit]

Best Variety Show[edit]

Best Musical Variety Show[edit]

Best Male TV Host[edit]

Best Female TV Host[edit]

Best Drama Mini-Series[edit]

Best Daytime Drama Series[edit]

Best Comedy Show[edit]

Best Comedy Actor[edit]

Best Comedy Actress[edit]

Best Drama Anthology[edit]

Best Primetime TV Series[edit]

Best Single Performance by an Actor[edit]

Best Single Performance by an Actress[edit]

Best Drama Actor[edit]

Best Drama Actress[edit]

Best TV Station[edit]

Sexiest Celebrity of the Night[edit]

Faces of the Night[edit]

Stars of the Night[edit]

Special Awardees[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Mell T. Navarro (2011-11-21). "Larawan ng Katotohanan" (in Tagalog). Pinoy Parazzi. Retrieved 2011-12-20.