31st TVyNovelas Awards

The 31st TVyNovelas Awards, is an Academy of special awards to the best of soap operas and TV shows. The awards ceremony took place on April 28, 2013 in the Acapulco, Guerrero.[1] The ceremony was televised in the Mexico by Canal de las Estrellas and in the United States by Univision, which for the first time broadcast the awards simultaneously.

31st TVyNovelas Awards
DateApril 28, 2013
LocationAcapulco, Guerrero, Mexico
Hosted byYuri, Alan Tacher & Galilea Montijo
Most awardsAbismo de pasión
Por ella soy Eva (6)
Most nominationsAbismo de pasión (18)
Television/radio coverage
NetworkCanal de las Estrellas

Yuri, Alan Tacher & Galilea Montijo hosted the show. Abismo de pasión won six awards including Best Telenovela of the Year, the most for the evening, and Por ella soy Eva also won six awards. Other winners Amor bravío and Corona de lágrimas won three awards.

Summary of awards and nominationsEdit

Telenovela Nominations Awards
Abismo de pasión
18
6
Por ella soy Eva
14
6
Amor bravío
11
3
Corona de lágrimas
7
3
Un refugio para el amor
5
0
Cachito de cielo
3
0

Winners and nomineesEdit

NovelasEdit

 
Leticia Calderón, winner for Best Antagonist Actress
 
Alejandro Camacho, winner for Best Leading Actor
 
Raquel Olmedo, winner for Best Supporting Actress
Best Telenovela of the Year Best Original Story or Adaptation
Best Actress Best Actor
Best Antagonist Actress Best Antagonist Actor
Best Leading Actress Best Leading Actor
Best Co-lead Actress Best Co-lead Actor
Best Supporting Actress Best Supporting Actor
Best Young Lead Actress Best Young Lead Actor
Best Female Revelation Best Male Revelation
Best Musical Theme Best Direction

OthersEdit

Best series Best Program of Restricted TV
  • Los Héroes del Norte
    • Cloroformo
    • Miss XV
  • Su Sana Adicción
    • Miembros al Aire
    • Netas Divinas
Best Unit Program Best Special Program
  • Festival Acapulco
    • América Celebra a Chespirito
    • Premios Bandamax
    • Premios Telehit
Best Entertainment Program Best Program of Competitions
  • Hoy
    • Los Doctores
    • Sabadazo
  • La Voz... México 2
    • 100 Mexicanos Dijieron
    • Lo Que Más Quieres
    • Parodiando
    • Pequeños Gigantes 2

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Los ganadores de los Premios TVyNovelas 2013" (in Spanish). Univision. Retrieved March 9, 2015.

External linksEdit