33rd PMPC Star Awards for Television

The 33rd PMPC Star Awards for Television will honor the best in Philippine television programming from 2018 until 2019, as chosen by the Philippine Movie Press Club. The ceremony will held on October 13, 2019, at the Henry Lee Irwin Theater in Ateneo de Manila University, Quezon City, and will be aired the delayed telecast by ABS-CBN on October 20, 2019.[1] The ceremony was hosted by Kathryn Bernardo, Kim Chiu, Enchong Dee and Robi Domingo.

33rd PMPC Star Awards for Television
DateOctober 13, 2019
October 20, 2019 (Delayed Telecast)
LocationHenry Lee Irwin Theater, Ateneo de Manila University, Quezon City
Presented byPhilippine Movie Press Club
Hosted byKathryn Bernardo
Kim Chiu
Enchong Dee
Robi Domingo
Television/radio coverage
Produced byAirtime Marketing Philippines, Inc.
Directed byBert de Leon

The nominations were announced by the Press on September 21, 2019.

Winners and NomineesEdit

Winners are listed first and highlighted in bold:


Best TV Station


Best Primetime Drama Series Best Daytime Drama Series
Best Drama Anthology Best Horror/Fantasy Program
Best Comedy Show Best Variety Show
Best Musical Variety Show Best Talent Search Program
  • SMAC Pinoy Ito! (IBC 13)
  • Young Once Upon A Time (Net 25)
    • Letters and Music (Net 25)
    • Studio 7 (GMA 7)
Best Celebrity Talk Show Best News Program
Best Public Affairs Program Best Morning Show
Best Public Service Program Best Documentary Program
Best Documentary Special Best Magazine Show
  • The Story of the Filipinos Protecting the Environment (CNN Philippines 9)
    • ALAB (ABS-CBN 2)
    • Ang Babae Ng Balangiga (ABS-CBN 2)
    • Genuine Love (ABS-CBN 2)
    • HIV Rising (ABS-CBN 2)
    • Radical Love (ABS-CBN 2)
    • Yaman Sa Kailaliman (PTV 4)
Best Travel Show Best Lifestyle Show
  • The World of Gandang Ricky Reyes (GMA News TV)
  • Glow Up (GMA News TV)
  • How To Be You? (GMA News TV)
  • Loving What You Do (GMA News TV)
  • Taste Buddies (GMA News TV)
Best Educational Program Best Children Show
  • Talents Academy (IBC 13)
    • Anong Say Nyo? (Net 25)
    • Kid Kwento (Net 25)
    • The KNC Show (UNTV 37)


Best Drama Actor Best Drama Actress
Best Drama Supporting Actor Best Drama Supporting Actress
Best Single Performance by An Actor Best Single Performance by An Actress
Best Child Performer Best New Male TV Personality
Best New Female TV Personality Best Comedy Actor
Best Comedy Actress Best Male TV Host
Best Female TV Host Best Talent Search Program Host
Best Celebrity Talk Show Host Best Male Newscaster
Best Female Newscaster Best Public Affairs Program Host
Best Morning Show Host Best Public Service Program Host
Best Documentary Program Host Best Magazine Show Host
Best Travel Show Host Best Lifestyle Show Host
  • Indra Cepeda and Dolly Malgapo on Landmarks (Net 25)
Best Educational Program Host Best Children Show Host
  • Fred Lorinz Bacay, Janella Glissman, Zandi Gabriel Miranda and Anastacia Paronda on Talents Academy (IBC 13)
    • Christian Luke Alarcon, Eric Cabobos, Percida Capulong, Kimberly Enriquez, Christian Daniel Isip, Leane Manalanzan, Lexter Manalanzan, Liana Rose Manalanzan, Marcos Joaquin Paler, David Soriano, Angelica Tejana and Bency Braine Vallo on The KNC Show (UNTV 37)
    • Dj Albert on Anong Say Nyo? (Net 25)
    • Sally Lopez on Kid Kwento (Net 25)

Special AwardsEdit

Ading Fernando Lifetime Achievement AwardEdit

Excellence in Broadcasting Lifetime Achievement AwardEdit

German Moreno Power Tandem AwardEdit

Posthumous Award for Television ExcellenceEdit

Posthumous Award as Icon Philippine TVEdit

Celebrity Mom of the NightEdit

Celebrity Skin Magical of the NightEdit

Frontrow International Celebrity of the NightEdit

TV Queens at the Turn of the MillenniumEdit

Most major nominationsEdit

Nominations by Network
Nominations Network
135 ABS-CBN 2
77 GMA 7
35 GMA News TV
21 Net 25
15 CNN Philippines 9
14 PTV 4
10 UNTV 37
8 IBC 13
7 TV5

Most major winsEdit

Wins by Network
Wins Network
28 ABS-CBN 2
9 GMA 7
3 IBC 13
Net 25
2 TV5
1 CNN Philippines


Name(s) Performed
Kaori Oinuma
Andre Brouillette
Lou Yanong
Ashley del Mundo
Bayani Agbayani
Ariella Arida
Lassy Marquez
Aljur Abrenica
Elisse Joson
McCoy de Leon
Jameson Blake
CK Kieron
Paulo Angeles
Jackque Gonzaga
Julia Gonowon
PHD Dancers
I Don't Care by Ed Sheeran and Justin Bieber
Kahit Ayaw Mo Na by This Band
Buwan by Juan Karlos Labajo
Humanap Ka Ng Panget by Andrew E.
Rewrite the Stars by Zac Efron and Zendaya
Love Shot by Exo
Boy with Luv by BTS featuring Halsey
TNT Boys
Elha Nympha
Zephanie Dimaranan
Janine Berdin
Could You Be Messiah by Gary Valenciano
To Where You Are by Josh Groban
In My Life by The Beatles
Christian Bautista
Erik Santos
Queen of My Heart by Westlife


  1. ^ "33rd Star Awards for Television names TV Queens; PMPC bares nominees". PEP.ph. September 22, 2019.

See alsoEdit