21st PMPC Star Awards for Television

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.

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 byBoy Abunda
Pops Fernandez
Ara Mina
Lorna Tolentino
Television/radio coverage
NetworkRPN
Produced byStarview Productions

Nominees and winnersEdit

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

Network Total # of Nominees
ABS-CBN 98
NBN 5
ABC 16
GMA 99
RPN 5
QTV 33
IBC 7
Studio 23 11
UNTV 5
Network Total # of Winners (including Special Awards)
ABS-CBN 32
GMA 19
Q 5
IBC 2
UNTV 1

Best TV stationEdit

Best Primetime TV SeriesEdit

Best Daytime Drama SeriesEdit

Best Weekly Drama SeriesEdit

Best Drama ActorEdit

Best Drama ActressEdit

Best Drama AnthologyEdit

Best Single Performance by an ActressEdit

Best Single Performance by an ActorEdit

Best New Male TV PersonalityEdit

  • Gerald Anderson (Sana Maulit Muli / ABS-CBN 2)
  • Matt Evans (Komiks Presents: The Adventures of Pedro Penduko / ABS-CBN 2)
  • Aldred Gatchalian (Star Magic Presents: Abt Ur Luv / ABS-CBN 2)
  • Ronnie Liang (ASAP '07 / ABS-CBN 2)
  • Richie Macapagal (John En Shirley / ABS-CBN 2)
  • Zanjoe Marudo (Aalog-Alog / ABS-CBN 2)
  • Prince Stefan (SOP Rules / GMA 7)
  • Ryan Yllana (Captain Barbell / GMA 7)

Best New Female TV PersonalityEdit

Best Gag ShowEdit

Best Comedy ShowEdit

Best Comedy ActorEdit

Best Comedy ActressEdit

  • Toni Gonzaga (Wazzup Wazzup / Studio 23)
  • Julia Lopez (Who's Your Daddy Now? / GMA 7)
  • Pokwang (Aalog-Alog / ABS-CBN 2)[1]
  • Tiya Pusit (Bahay Mo Ba 'To? / GMA 7)[1]
  • Maricel Soriano (John en Shirley / ABS-CBN 2)

Best Musical Variety ShowEdit

Best Variety ShowEdit

Best Female TV HostEdit

Best Male TV HostEdit

Best Public Service ProgramEdit

Best Public Service Program HostEdit

Best Horror-Fantasy ProgramEdit

Best Reality Competition ProgramEdit

  • Here Comes the Bride (Q 11)
  • May Trabaho Ka! (Q 11)

Best Reality Competition Program HostEdit

Best Game ShowEdit

Best Game Show HostEdit

Best Talent Search ProgramEdit

Best Talent Search Program HostEdit

Best Youth Oriented ProgramEdit

Best Educational ProgramEdit

  • Ating Alamin (IBC 13)
  • Gandang Ricky Reyes (Q 11)
  • Island Flavors (ABC 5)
  • Kabuhayang Swak na Swak (ABS-CBN 2)
  • Ka-Toque: Lutong Barkada (Q 11)

Best Educational Program HostEdit

  • Gigi Angkaw (Island Flavors / ABC 5)
  • Rosebud Benitez, JL Cang, Nino Logarta, Darlo Lopez, Mitchie Sison and Jonah Trinidad (Ka-Toque: Lutong Barkada / QTV 11)
  • Gerry Geronimo (Ating Alamin / IBC 13)
  • Uma Khouny, Amy Perez and Chase Tinio (Kabuhayang Swak Na Swak / ABS-CBN)
  • Ricky Reyes (Gandang Ricky Reyes / Q 11)

Best Celebrity Talk ShowEdit

Best Celebrity Talk Show HostEdit

Best Documentary ProgramEdit

Best Documentary Program HostEdit

Best Documentary SpecialEdit

  • 9/11: The Philippine Connection (ABS-CBN 2)
  • Ang Pagbabalik (ABC 5)
  • Philippine Agenda (GMA 7)
  • State of War (ABC 5)

Best Magazine ShowEdit

Best Magazine Show HostEdit

Best News ProgramEdit

Best Male NewscasterEdit

Best Female NewscasterEdit

Best Morning ShowEdit

Best Morning Show HostEdit

Best Public Affairs ProgramEdit

  • Palaban (GMA 7)
  • Up Close and Personal (IBC 13)
  • Y Speak (Studio 23)

Best Public Affairs Program HostEdit

Best Showbiz Oriented Talk ShowEdit

Best Male Showbiz Oriented Talk Show HostEdit

Best Female Showbiz Oriented Talk Show HostEdit

Best Children ShowEdit

Best Children Show HostEdit

Best Travel ShowEdit

Best Travel Show HostEdit

Best Lifestyle ShowEdit

Best Lifestyle Show HostEdit

Special awardsEdit

Ading Fernando Lifetime Achievement AwardeeEdit

Excellence in Broadcasting AwardeeEdit

Faces of the NightEdit

Stars of the NightEdit

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ a b "Tiya Pusit, Pokwang share best-actress trophy". GMA News (in Tagalog and English). 22 November 2007. Retrieved 8 October 2016.