6th TVyNovelas Awards

The 6th TVyNovelas Awards, is an Academy of special awards to the best of soap operas and TV shows. The awards ceremony took place on April 18, 1988 in the Centro libanes, México D.F. The ceremony was televised in the Mexico by Canal de las estrellas.

6th TVyNovelas Awards
DateApril 18, 1988
LocationCentro de Espectaculos premier, México D.F.
Hosted byClaudia Córdova & Raúl Velasco
Most awardsQuinceañera (8)
Most nominationsVictoria (10)
Television/radio coverage
NetworkCanal de las Estrellas

Claudia Córdova and Raúl Velasco hosted the show. Quinceañera won 8 awards including Best Telenovela of the Year, the most for the evening. Other winners Senda de gloria won 4 awards, Rosa salvaje won 2 awards and Victoria, and Tal como somos won one each.

Nailea Norvind, Winner for Best Young Antagonist
Rocío Banquells, Winner for Best TV Female Singer
Luis Miguel, Winner for Best TV Male Singer
Ana Gabriel, Winner for Best Female Singer Revelation
Celia Cruz, Awarded with Special Award for No.1 Singer of Tropical Music
Sasha, Awarded with Special Award for Launching Musical

Summary of awards and nominationsEdit

Telenovela Nominations Awards
Victoria 10 1
Quinceañera 8 8
Senda de gloria 8 4
Cómo duele callar 6 0
Rosa salvaje 3 2
Tal como somos 2 1
Pobre señorita Limantour 1 0
El precio de la fama 1 0

Winners and nomineesEdit


Best Telenovela of the Year Best Writer
Best Actress Best Actor
Best Antagonist Actress Best Antagonist Actor
Best Experienced Actress Best Experienced Actor
Best Young Lead Actress Best Young Lead Actor
Best Female Revelation Best Male Revelation
Best Direction Best Direction of the Camaras
Best Young Antagonist Best Production


Best Music Program Best Comedy Program
  • Dr. Cándido Pérez
Best Comedy Actress Best Comedy Actor
Best Child Performance Best Child Program
Best TV Female Singer Best TV Male Singer
Best Female Singer Revelation Best Male Singer Revelation
  • Francisco Xavier
Best TV hostess Best TV host
  • Paty Chapoy - México, magia y encuentro

Special AwardsEdit

  • Musical Career: Lola Beltrán
  • Journalistic Career: Leopoldo Murras
  • Special recognition to the pioneers of telenovelas: Jesús Gómez Obregón, Fernanda Villeli and Silvia Derbez
  • No.1 Singer of Tropical Music: Celia Cruz
  • Launching Musical: Sasha
  • Best Group Musician-Vocal: Timbiriche
  • Show Most Successful Night Club in 1987: Polo Polo
  • International Revelation: Karina