List of awards and nominations received by Eat Bulaga!

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Eat Bulaga!
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Total number of wins and nominations
Wins 200+
Nominations 292+
References

Eat Bulaga! is a Filipino variety television program created and produced by Television and Production Exponents, Inc. The show is broadcast on GMA Network. As the country's longest running noontime show, it has been nominated and won a variety of different awards, including the Asian Television Awards, PMPC Star Awards for Television, Box Office Entertainment Awards, and Golden Screen TV Awards.

Aliw Awards[edit]

The Aliw Awards is an awards ceremony organized by the Aliw Awards Foundation, Inc. that gives recognition to entertainers who perform live in the Philippines and abroad. The SexBomb Girls and EB Babes have been nominated as the Best Modern Dance Company in 2007 and 2008.

Year Category Nominated artist/work Result Ref.
2007 Best Dance Company (Modern) SexBomb Girls Nominated [1]
2008 Best Dance Company (Modern) SexBomb Girls Nominated [2]
Best Dance Company (Modern) EB Babes Nominated
2015 Best Stand-Up Comedian Jose Manalo Nominated [3]
Best Stand-Up Comedian Wally Bayola Nominated
2016 Best Stand-Up Comedian Jose Manalo Won [4]
Best Stand-Up Comedian Wally Bayola Nominated [5]
Best Female Host Patricia Tumulak Nominated

Anak TV Seal Awards[edit]

The Anak TV Seal Awards are awarded annually to honor wholesome and family-friendly television shows and personalities who exemplify good values to children.[6] Eat Bulaga! has been included for three consecutive years as one of the most well-liked television program and some of its hosts have also been admired as child-friendly television personalities.

Year Category Nominated artist/work Result Ref.
2009 Most Admired Male TV Personality Vic Sotto Included [7]
Most Admired Male TV Personality Ryan Agoncillo Included
2010 Most Admired Male TV Personality Ryan Agoncillo Included [8]
2011 Most Well-Liked TV Program Eat Bulaga! Included [9]
Most Admired Male TV Personality Vic Sotto Included
Most Admired Male TV Personality Ryan Agoncillo Included
2012 Most Well-Liked TV Program Eat Bulaga! Included [10]
Most Admired Male TV Personality Vic Sotto Included
Most Admired Male TV Personality Ryan Agoncillo Included
2013 Most Well-Liked TV Program Eat Bulaga! Included [11]
Most Admired Male TV Personality Vic Sotto Included
Most Admired Male TV Personality Ryan Agoncillo Included
2014 Anak TV Makabata Star Awardee Vic Sotto Included [12]
2015 Anak TV Makabata Star Awardee Vic Sotto Included [6]
Anak TV Makabata Star Awardee Alden Richards Included
Anak TV Makabata Star Awardee Maine Mendoza Included

Asian Television Awards[edit]

The Asian Television Awards is an annual awards ceremony that recognizes programming, performance, and production excellence in the Asian television industry. Eat Bulaga! won once for the special episode of its 25th anniversary celebration, becoming the first award won by the show from an international award-giving body.[13]

Year Category Nominated artist/work Result Ref.
2005 Best Entertainment (One-Off/Annual) Eat Bulaga! Silver Special Won [14]

Box Office Entertainment Awards[edit]

The Box Office Entertainment Awards is an annual awards ceremony organized by the Guillermo Mendoza Memorial Scholarship Foundation, Inc. that honors stars and performers simply for their popularity and commercial success in the Philippine entertainment industry. In 2007, Eat Bulaga!'s former mainstay SexBomb Dancers were elevated to the Hall of Fame due to their five consecutive wins as the Most Popular Dance Group. In addition to multiple awards, Eat Bulaga! also received a special citation for its special episode, "AlDub: Sa Tamang Panahon," for gaining the highest record rating of a noontime show of all time.

Year Category Nominated artist/work Result Ref.
2002 Most Popular Dance Group SexBomb Dancers Won [15]
2003 Most Popular Dance Group SexBomb Dancers Won
2004 Most Popular Dance Group SexBomb Dancers Won
2005 Most Popular Dance Group SexBomb Dancers Won
2006 Most Popular Dance Group SexBomb Dancers Won
2007 Hall of Fame SexBomb Dancers Inducted [16]
Most Popular Dance Group EB Babes Won
2008 Most Popular Dance Group EB Babes Won [17]
2009 Most Popular Dance Group EB Babes Won [18]
2012 Most Popular TV Program - Musical Variety/Noontime & Primetime Eat Bulaga! Won [19]
Bert Marcelo Lifetime Achievement Award Jose Manalo and Wally Bayola Won
2013 Most Popular TV Program - Musical Variety/Noontime & Primetime Eat Bulaga! Won [20]
2014 Most Popular TV Program - Musical Variety/Noontime & Primetime Eat Bulaga! Won [21]
2015 Most Popular TV Program - Musical Variety/Noontime & Primetime Eat Bulaga! Won [22]
Corazon Samaniego Lifetime Achievement Award Vic Sotto Won
2016 Most Popular TV Program - Musical Variety/Noontime & Primetime Eat Bulaga! Won [23]
Breakthrough Male Star of Philippine Movies and TV Alden Richards Won
Breakthrough Female Star of Philippine Movies and TV Maine Mendoza Won
Bert Marcelo Lifetime Achievement Award Jose Manalo, Wally Bayola, and Paolo Ballesteros Won
Highest Record Rating of a Noontime Show of All Time (Local & Global) AlDub: Sa Tamang Panahon
(for gaining a 55% television rating on October 24, 2015)
Won
2017 Most Promising Recording/Performing Group That's My Bae Won [24]
Global Achievement by a Filipino Artist Paolo Ballesteros Won

Catholic Social Media Awards[edit]

The Catholic Social Media Awards are given by church-based organizations Youth Pinoy and Areopagus Communications during the annual Catholic Social Media Summit to recognize personalities and groups in the entertainment industry who are promoting Christian values. In 2015, the production company and the stars behind Kalyeserye became the first recipients of the Catholic Social Media Awards for spreading traditional virtues and good values through the segment.[25]

Year Category Nominated artist/work Result Ref.
2015 Catholic Social Media Achievement Award TAPE, Inc. Won [26]
Catholic Social Media Achievement Award Alden Richards Won
Catholic Social Media Achievement Award Maine Mendoza Won
Catholic Social Media Achievement Award AlDub Nation Won
Catholic Social Media Inspirational Award Wally Bayola Won

Eastwood City Walk of Fame[edit]

The Eastwood City Walk of Fame is a sidewalk along Eastwood City, Quezon City that serves as a Philippine entertainment hall of fame. It is embedded with hundreds of brass star plaques featuring the names of celebrities for their popularity and contributions to the entertainment industry.[27] Several hosts of the show have been inducted into the Walk of Fame.

Year Category Nominated artist/work Result Ref.
2009 Eastwood City Walk of Fame Star Francis Magalona Inducted [28]
Eastwood City Walk of Fame Star Michael V. Inducted
2010 Eastwood City Walk of Fame Star Tito Sotto Inducted [29]
Eastwood City Walk of Fame Star Vic Sotto Inducted
Eastwood City Walk of Fame Star Joey de Leon Inducted
2011 Eastwood City Walk of Fame Star Iza Calzado Inducted
2014 Eastwood City Walk of Fame Star Allan K. Inducted [30]
2015 Eastwood City Walk of Fame Star Alden Richards Inducted [31]
Eastwood City Walk of Fame Star Maine Mendoza Inducted
Eastwood City Walk of Fame Star Jose Manalo Inducted
Eastwood City Walk of Fame Star Wally Bayola Inducted
Eastwood City Walk of Fame Star Paolo Ballesteros Inducted

EdukCircle Awards[edit]

The award-giving body of the EdukCircle Awards aims to recognize exemplary performances of media practitioners and entertainment celebrities as voted by participating universities across the Philippines.[32] Eat Bulaga!'s AlDub won two awards.

Year Category Nominated artist/work Result Ref.
2015 Most Popular Breakout Loveteam Alden Richards and Maine Mendoza Won [33]
2016 Special Recognition for Phenomenal Act Alden Richards and Maine Mendoza
(for the "AlDub: Sa Tamang Panahon" episode on October 24, 2015)
Won [34]

Face of Advertising and Marketing Excellence (FAME) Awards[edit]

The Face of Advertising and Marketing Excellence (FAME) Awards is an awards ceremony presented by the Junior Marketing Association of the De La Salle University – Dasmariñas in order to recognize and honor individuals who have made a mark a breakthrough in the marketing, promotion, and advertising industry in the previous year. Eat Bulaga! child wonders Ryzza Mae Dizon and Sebastian Benedict each won once.

Year Category Nominated artist/work Result Ref.
2016 Best Child Endorser Ryzza Mae Dizon Won [35]
2017 Best Child Endorser Sebastian Benedict Won [36]

FAMAS Awards[edit]

The FAMAS Awards are the annual honors given by the Filipino Academy of Movie Arts and Sciences to recognize excellence in cinematic achievements.[37] In 2015, the legendary trio of Tito Sotto, Vic Sotto, and Joey de Leon were honored with the FAMAS Lifetime Achievement Award for their contributions to Philippine cinema.

Year Category Nominated artist/work Result Ref.
2015 FAMAS Lifetime Achievement Award Tito Sotto, Vic Sotto, and Joey de Leon Won [38]

Filipino Franchise Show[edit]

Launched by the Association of Filipino Franchisers, Inc., the Filipino Franchise Show is a trade fair that promotes excellence and growth in franchising by showcasing the potential of homegrown Filipino businesses.[39] Antonio P. Tuviera, the producer of Eat Bulaga!, was honored for being the first to have successfully franchised a Filipino television show, in this case, the long-running noontime show Eat Bulaga! to Indonesia.

Year Category Nominated artist/work Result Ref.
2012 Galing ng Pinoy Excellence Award Antonio P. Tuviera Won [40]

Gawad Tanglaw Awards[edit]

The Gawad Tanglaw Awards is an academe-based award giving body that honors outstanding works and personalities in film, television, radio, print, and theater arts that contribute to the development of Philippine arts as a whole. In addition to the awards received by some of its hosts, Eat Bulaga! was honored with a Lifetime Achievement Award in 2011 for its more than three decades of bringing happiness to the Filipino people.

Year Category Nominated artist/work Result Ref.
2011 Lifetime Achievement Award Eat Bulaga! Won [41]
2014 Natatanging BATA (Bibo, Aktibo, at Talentadong Anak) ng Sining Award Ryzza Mae Dizon Won [42]
2015 Best Single Performance by an Actor Keempee de Leon
(for "Kulungan, Kanlungan" episode of 2014 Eat Bulaga! Lenten Special)
Won [43]
2016 Natatanging Tanglaw ng Kabataan sa Sining ng Telebisyon Alden Richards and Maine Mendoza Won [44]
Natatanging Gawad Tanglaw sa Sining ng Telebisyon Antonio P. Tuviera Won

GEMS Hiyas ng Sining Awards[edit]

The GEMS Hiyas ng Sining Awards is an academe-based awards ceremony organized by the Guild of Educators, Mentors, and Students (GEMS) that honors outstanding works and personalities in print, radio, film, theatre, and television. Eat Bulaga! won once.

Year Category Nominated artist/work Result Ref.
2017 Best TV Program Eat Bulaga! Won [45]

Gintong Kabataan Awards[edit]

The Gintong Kabataan Awards is an event presented by the provincial government of Bulacan that aims to recognize outstanding youth from their province who have excelled in their respective fields and have inspired others to live to their fullest potential. Eat Bulaga! host and Bulacan native Maine Mendoza was a 2015 awardee.

Year Category Nominated artist/work Result Ref.
2015 Gintong Kabataan sa Larangan ng Sining at Kultura Maine Mendoza Won [46]

Global Pinoy Awards[edit]

The Global Pinoy Awards is an event hosted by MEGA Magazine to honor homegrown talents whose crafts have defied the odds to succeed in the global stage and to ultimately become icons of Philippine culture. Eat Bulaga! creative head Jenny Ferre was honored for her contributions to the success of the phenomenal loveteam AlDub and the segment Kalyeserye.

Year Category Nominated artist/work Result Ref.
2016 Global Pinoy Awardee Jenny Ferre Included [47]

Golden Screen TV Awards[edit]

The Golden Screen TV Awards is given annually by the Entertainment Press Society, Inc. to acknowledge the outstanding programs and personalities from different television networks in the country. The show and its hosts have been honored numerous times.

Year Category Nominated artist/work Result Ref.
2004 Outstanding Musical/Variety Program Eat Bulaga! Won
Helen Vela Lifetime Achievement Award Joey de Leon Won
2005 Outstanding Male Host in a Musical or Variety Program Joey de Leon Nominated
Outstanding Male Host in a Musical or Variety Program Vic Sotto Nominated
Outstanding Female Host in a Musical or Variety Program Toni Rose Gayda Nominated
Outstanding Female Host in a Musical or Variety Program Pia Guanio Nominated
Special Citation as Longest-running Noontime Show on Philippine TV Eat Bulaga! Won
2011 Outstanding Variety Program Eat Bulaga! Won [48]
Outstanding Male Host in a Musical or Variety Program Vic Sotto Won
Outstanding Male Host in a Musical or Variety Program Tito Sotto Nominated [49]
Outstanding Male Host in a Musical or Variety Program Joey de Leon Nominated
Outstanding Female Host in a Musical or Variety Program Julia Clarete Won [48]
Outstanding Female Host in a Musical or Variety Program Pia Guanio Nominated [49]
2013 Outstanding Variety Program Eat Bulaga! Won [50]
Outstanding Male Host in a Musical or Variety Program Ryan Agoncillo Won
Outstanding Male Host in a Musical or Variety Program Vic Sotto Nominated [51]
Outstanding Female Host in a Musical or Variety Program Julia Clarete Won [50]
2014 Outstanding Variety Program Eat Bulaga! Won [52]
Outstanding Male Host in a Musical or Variety Program Allan K. Won
Special Citation as the Youngest TV Host Ryzza Mae Dizon Won
2015 Outstanding Variety Program Eat Bulaga! Won [53]
Outstanding Female Host for a Musical or Variety Program Julia Clarete Won
Outstanding Female Host for a Musical or Variety Program Pia Guanio Nominated [54]
Outstanding Male Host for a Musical or Variety Program Allan K. Nominated
Outstanding Male Host for a Musical or Variety Program Ryan Agoncillo Nominated

Illumine[edit]

Illumine is an annual innovation awards ceremony presented by Global City Innovative College to recognize outstanding and innovative personalities and programs on Philippine television. The show and its hosts were hailed as most innovative in their respective categories.

Year Category Nominated artist/work Result Ref.
2015 Most Innovative TV Noontime Show Eat Bulaga! Won [55]
Most Innovative TV Child Star Ryzza Mae Dizon Won
Most Innovative TV Comedian Wally Bayola Won
Most Innovative TV Loveteam Alden Richards and Maine Mendoza Won
2018 Most Innovative TV Personality Paolo Ballesteros Won [56]

Inding-Indie Short Film Festival Awards[edit]

The Inding Indie Short Film Festival aims to support independent filmmakers and independent artists who are passionate about the media arts. Its awards ceremony recognizes films, television programs, and personalities for their noteworthy contributions to the media and entertainment industry. In 2015, Eat Bulaga! was hailed as the Best TV Show.

Year Category Nominated artist/work Result Ref.
2015 Best TV Show Eat Bulaga! Won [57]
2016 Pinakahuwarang Komedyante ng Taon Jose Manalo Won [58]

Kagitingan Awards for Television[edit]

Established in 2013, the Kagitingan Awards for Television are awarded annually by the Bataan Peninsula State University to recognize ten television programs from any kind of genre and ten television personalities who depicted a sense of valor in their respective shows. The recognition is based on the importance or values of heroism in its different faces. After being included five consecutive times, Eat Bulaga! was finally inducted into the Hall of Fame in 2017.

Year Category Nominated artist/work Result Ref.
2013 Pinakamagiting na Programang Pantelebisyon Eat Bulaga! Included [59]
2014 Pinakamagiting na Programang Pantelebisyon Eat Bulaga! Included [60]
2015 Pinakamagiting na Programang Pantelebisyon Eat Bulaga! Included [61]
2016 Pinakamagiting na Programang Pantelebisyon Eat Bulaga! Included [62]
Pinakamagiting na Personalidad na Pantelebisyon Vic Sotto Included
2017 Pinakamagiting na Entertainment Program Eat Bulaga! Won [63]
Pinakamagiting na Personalidad ng Entertainment Program Jose Manalo Won
Hall of Fame Eat Bulaga! Inducted

Mabini Media Awards[edit]

The Mabini Media Awards is presented by the Polytechnic University of the Philippines to acknowledge noteworthy programs, personalities, and advocacies of the television and radio industry, advertising, and new media. Eat Bulaga! won once.

Year Category Nominated artist/work Result Ref.
2014 Best Television Variety Program Eat Bulaga! Won [64]
2016 Best Television Variety Program Eat Bulaga! Nominated

Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards[edit]

The Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards is an annual international awards show that honors the year's biggest television, movie, and music stars, as voted by Nickelodeon viewers. Eat Bulaga! host Maine Mendoza emerged victorious as she was named Favorite Pinoy Personality in 2016.

Year Category Nominated artist/work Result Ref.
2016 Favorite Pinoy Personality Maine Mendoza Won [65]

Northwest Samar State University Students' Choice Awards for Radio and Television[edit]

The Northwest Samar State University Students' Choice Awards for Radio and Television is an annual event that grants awards to programs and personalities that have great contributions in the field of broadcasting and entertainment. After winning five consecutive years in the same category, both Eat Bulaga! and its host Vic Sotto were inducted in 2015 to the Circle of Excellence, which is the academe's specific term for its hall of fame.

Year Category Nominated artist/work Result Ref.
2010 Best Noontime Variety Show Eat Bulaga! Won [66]
Best Noontime Variety Show Host Vic Sotto Won
2011 Best Noontime Variety Show Eat Bulaga! Won
Best Noontime Variety Show Host Vic Sotto Won
2012 Best Noontime Variety Show Eat Bulaga! Won [67]
Best Noontime Variety Show Host Vic Sotto Won
2013 Best Noontime Variety Show Eat Bulaga! Won [68]
Best Noontime Variety Show Host Vic Sotto Won
2014 Best Noontime Variety Show Eat Bulaga! Won
Best Noontime Variety Show Host Vic Sotto Won
2015 Circle of Excellence Award Eat Bulaga! Won [69]
Circle of Excellence Award Vic Sotto Won
2016 Best Noontime Variety Show Eat Bulaga! Won [70]
Best Female Child Star Ryzza Mae Dizon Won
Most Effective Use of Social Media Eat Bulaga! Won
Social Media Phenomenon Alden Richards and Maine Mendoza Won

OFW Gawad Parangal[edit]

The OFW Gawad Parangal is an award given to pay tribute to individuals, groups, and organizations who unselfishly share their time, skills, and resources for the welfare of overseas Filipinos. It is awarded by KAKAMMPI, Inc., a community-based organization of Overseas Filipino Workers.

Year Category Nominated artist/work Result Ref.
2015 Outstanding Actor and Comedian Jose Manalo Won [71]
Favorite Actor and Comedian Wally Bayola Won
Most Popular Loveteam Alden Richards and Maine Mendoza Won

Paragala Central Luzon Media Awards[edit]

The Paragala Central Luzon Media Awards is an awards ceremony presented by the Holy Angel University to recognize Central Luzon's choices of the best organizations, personalities, and programs on both local and national television. Eat Bulaga! won twice.

Year Category Nominated artist/work Result Ref.
2016 Best Noontime Show Eat Bulaga! Won [72]
2017 Best Noontime Show Eat Bulaga! Won

Party Pilipinas Most Liked Awards[edit]

The Party Pilipinas Most Liked Awards was an awards ceremony presented by the now-defunct Sunday musical variety show Party Pilipinas that aims to recognize the most liked Kapuso artists through online and text voting. Eat Bulaga! child wonder Ryzza Mae Dizon received an award once.

Year Category Nominated artist/work Result Ref.
2012 Most Liked New Artist Ryzza Mae Dizon Won [73]

People's Choice Awards[edit]

The People's Choice Awards is presented by the People Asia Magazine to various individuals from all walks of life who inspire, encourage, and make a difference in the lives of others. After being featured on the cover of the magazine, Eat Bulaga!'s AlDub were then chosen as People of the Year for becoming a global social phenomenon.

Year Category Nominated artist/work Result Ref.
2016 People of the Year Alden Richards Won [74]
People of the Year Maine Mendoza Won
2017 People of the Year Antonio P. Tuviera Won [75]

PEP List Awards[edit]

The PEP List is presented by the Philippine Entertainment Portal to honor showbiz personalities, television shows, and movies that made a great impact in the year. The list is divided into two categories: Editors' Choice and PEPsters' Choice. The Editors' Choice subcategories will be chosen by the editors and staff of PEP, while the PEPsters' Choice subcategories will be decided upon by PEP users through an online poll. In addition to numerous awards received by its hosts, Eat Bulaga! emerged as the daytime TV show of 2014.

Editors' Choice[edit]

Year Category Nominated artist/work Result Ref.
2014 TV Show of the Year (Daytime) Eat Bulaga! Won [76]
Male TV Star of the Year Vic Sotto Won
Female Child Star of the Year Ryzza Mae Dizon Won
2015 Variety/Talk Show of the Year Eat Bulaga! Nominated [77]
Male TV Star of the Year Vic Sotto Nominated
2016 Variety/Game Show of the Year Eat Bulaga! Won [78]
Male TV Star of the Year Vic Sotto Nominated [79]
Male TV Star of the Year Alden Richards Won [78]
Female TV Star of the Year Maine Mendoza Won
Female Breakout Star of the Year Maine Mendoza Won
Male Breakout Star of the Year Wally Bayola Nominated [79]
Female Comedy Star of the Year Maine Mendoza Nominated
Male Comedy Star of the Year Jose Manalo Nominated
Male Comedy Star of the Year Wally Bayola Won [78]
Male Comedy Star of the Year Paolo Ballesteros Nominated [79]

PEPsters' Choice[edit]

Year Category Nominated artist/work Result Ref.
2014 Male TV Star of the Year Vic Sotto Won [76]
Female Child Star of the Year Ryzza Mae Dizon Won
Male Showbiz Treasure of the Year Joey de Leon Won
2015 Child Star of the Year Ryzza Mae Dizon Nominated [80]
2016 Newsmaker of the Year Alden Richards and Maine Mendoza Won [78]
Celebrity Pair of the Year Alden Richards and Maine Mendoza Won
Child Star of the Year Sebastian "Baste" Benedict Won
Child Star of the Year Ryzza Mae Dizon Nominated [81]

Platinum Stallion Media Awards[edit]

The Platinum Stallion Media Awards is an award-giving body of the Trinity University of Asia to honor the academe's choices for the year's best and brightest in television, radio, and print media. Eat Bulaga! won twice as the Best Noontime Show and received a citation as the Best Entertainment Program. The comic troika of Jose Manalo, Wally Bayola, and Paolo Ballesteros also received a special recognition for their roles in the segment Kalyeserye.

Year Category Nominated artist/work Result Ref.
2015 Best Noontime Show Eat Bulaga! Won [82]
2016 Best Noontime Show Eat Bulaga! Won [83]
Trinitian Awardee for Values-Oriented TV Character Kalye's Angels (Jose Manalo, Wally Bayola, and Paolo Ballesteros) of Kalyeserye Won
2017 Citation for Best Entertainment Program Eat Bulaga! Won [84]
2018 Best Noontime Show Eat Bulaga! Won

PMPC Star Awards for Television[edit]

Founded by the Philippine Movie Press Club in 1987, the PMPC Star Awards for Television is a major award-giving body that recognizes the outstanding programming produced by the several television networks in the Philippines. After winning fifteen times as the Best Variety Show, Eat Bulaga! was finally inducted into the Hall of Fame in 2009. Its Hall of Fame status makes Eat Bulaga! ineligible to be nominated in the same category again. Its hosts have also been nominated in numerous different categories.

Year Category Nominated artist/work Result Ref.
1987 Best Variety Show Eat Bulaga! Won
1990 Best Male TV Host Vic Sotto Won
1991 Best New TV Personality Christine Jacob Won
1995 Best Variety Show Eat Bulaga! Won
Best Male TV Host Vic Sotto Won
1996 Best Variety Show Eat Bulaga! Won
1997 Best Variety Show Eat Bulaga! Won
Best Male TV Host Vic Sotto Won
1998 Best Variety Show Eat Bulaga! Won
Best Male TV Host Vic Sotto Won
1999 Best Variety Show Eat Bulaga! Won
2000 Best Variety Show Eat Bulaga! Won [85]
Ading Fernando Lifetime Achievement Award Tito Sotto, Vic Sotto, and Joey de Leon Won
2001 Best Variety Show Eat Bulaga! Won [86]
Best Male TV Host Joey de Leon Won
2002 Best Variety Show Eat Bulaga! Won
Best Male TV Host Vic Sotto Won
2003 Best Variety Show Eat Bulaga! Won
Best Male TV Host Vic Sotto Won
2004 Best Variety Show Eat Bulaga! Won
2005 Best Variety Show Eat Bulaga! Won
2006 Best Variety Show Eat Bulaga! Won [87]
Best Male TV Host Vic Sotto Nominated
Best Male TV Host Joey de Leon Nominated
Best Female TV Host Pia Guanio Nominated
2007 Best Variety Show Eat Bulaga! Won [88]
Best Male TV Host Vic Sotto Nominated [89]
Best Male TV Host Joey de Leon Nominated
Best Female TV Host Pia Guanio Nominated
2008 Best Variety Show Eat Bulaga! Won1 [90]
Best Male TV Host Vic Sotto Won
Best Female TV Host Pia Guanio Nominated [91]
Best New Female TV Personality Daiana Menezes Nominated
2009 Hall of Fame (Best Variety Show) Eat Bulaga! Inducted [86]
Best Male TV Host Vic Sotto Nominated
Best Male TV Host Allan K. Nominated
Best Female TV Host Julia Clarete Nominated
Best Female TV Host Pia Guanio Nominated
2010 Best Male TV Host Joey de Leon Won [92]
Ading Fernando Lifetime Achievement Award Antonio P. Tuviera Won
Best Male TV Host Vic Sotto Nominated [93]
Best Male TV Host Allan K. Nominated
Best Female TV Host Pia Guanio Nominated
2011 Best Male TV Host Allan K. Won [94]
Best Male TV Host Vic Sotto Nominated [95]
Best Male TV Host Joey de Leon Nominated
2012 Best Male TV Host Vic Sotto Nominated [96]
Best Male TV Host Allan K. Nominated
Best Male TV Host Ryan Agoncillo Nominated
Best Female TV Host Julia Clarete Nominated
Best Female TV Host Pauleen Luna Nominated
Best New Female TV Personality Ryzza Mae Dizon Nominated
Best New Female TV Personality Isabelle Daza Nominated
2013 Best Male TV Host Vic Sotto Nominated [97]
Best Male TV Host Allan K. Nominated
Best Female TV Host Julia Clarete Nominated
Best Female TV Host Pauleen Luna Nominated
2014 Best Male TV Host Vic Sotto Nominated [98]
Best Male TV Host Joey de Leon Nominated
Best Female TV Host Julia Clarete Nominated
Best Female TV Host Pia Guanio Nominated
Best Single Performance by an Actor Jose Manalo
(for "Hulog ng Langit" episode of 2014 Eat Bulaga! Lenten Special)
Won2
2015 Best Male TV Host Wally Bayola Nominated [99]
Best Female TV Host Julia Clarete Nominated
Best Female TV Host Pia Guanio Nominated
Best New Female TV Personality Maine Mendoza Nominated
German Moreno's Power Tandem Award Alden Richards and Maine Mendoza Won
2016 Best Male TV Host Vic Sotto Nominated [100]
Best Male TV Host Ryan Agoncillo Nominated
Best Female TV Host Pia Guanio Nominated
Best Single Performance by an Actor Alden Richards
(for "God Gave Me You" episode of 2016 Eat Bulaga! Lenten Special)
Nominated
Best New Male TV Personality Sebastian "Baste" Benedict Nominated
Best New Male TV personality Jake Ejercito
(for "God Gave Me You" episode of 2016 Eat Bulaga! Lenten Special)
Won3 [101]
2017 Best Male TV Host Ryan Agoncillo Nominated [102]
Best Male TV Host Allan K. Nominated
Best Male TV Host Jose Manalo Nominated
Best Male TV Host Alden Richards Nominated
Best Male TV Host Vic Sotto Nominated
Best Female TV Host Pia Guanio Nominated
Best Female TV Host Maine Mendoza Nominated
Best Single Performance by an Actor Alden Richards
(for "Kapatid" episode of 2017 Eat Bulaga! Lenten Special)
Won4
Ading Fernando Lifetime Achievement Award Vic Sotto Won
2018 Best New Male TV Personality Kendoll Won [103]
Best Female TV Host Maine Mendoza Won
Best Male TV Host Alden Richards Won
Best Male TV Host Vic Sotto Nominated
Notes:

Reader's Digest Trusted Brands Awards[edit]

The Trusted Brands Awards is a biennial awards ceremony presented by Reader's Digest Asia based on a survey conducted with thousands of consumers across seven markets in Asia to provide a credible source of review on the most trusted brands in the region.[104] Vic Sotto and Ryan Agoncillo were named as one of the most trusted personalities for their contributions in the Philippine entertainment industry.

Year Category Nominated artist/work Result Ref.
2013 Most Trusted Entertainment/Variety Show Presenter Vic Sotto Won [105]
2015 Most Trusted Entertainment/Variety Show Presenter Vic Sotto Won [106]
2017 Most Trusted Entertainment/Variety Show Presenter Ryan Agoncillo Won [107]

Tatt Awards[edit]

Globe Telecom's Tatt Awards celebrates the ten individuals, groups, or communities who have made a great impact in social media with their brand of content. The awardees, known as "The Great Ten," are distinguished for their positive acts, ideas, talents, or movements that achieved greatness by choosing to connect online.[108] Eat Bulaga! and Paolo Ballesteros were included in the list for their heavy presence in social media during the peak of the AlDub phenomenon.

Year Category Nominated artist/work Result Ref.
2015 The Great Ten Eat Bulaga! Included [108]
The Great Ten Paolo Ballesteros Included [108]

UmalohokJuan Awards[edit]

The annual UmalohokJuan Awards is organized by the Lyceum of the Philippines to recognize media entities and personalities that epitomize excellence in the field of television and radio broadcasting, print, advertising, and public relations.[109] Eat Bulaga! and its host Vic Sotto have received two awards.

Year Category Nominated artist/work Result Ref.
2014 Best Entertainment Program Eat Bulaga! Won [110]
Best Male TV Personality Vic Sotto Won
2017 Variety Show of the Year Eat Bulaga! Won [111]

USTv Students' Choice Awards[edit]

Born in 2005, the USTv Students' Choice Awards is a yearly awarding ceremony hosted by the University of Santo Tomas that recognizes excellence and Christian values in local television programs and personalities. Awards are based on students' preferences survey that accounts for Catholic and humanist values.[112] Eat Bulaga! was chosen as the best variety show numerous times and the best television show of the year once.

Year Category Nominated artist/work Result Ref.
2006 Students' Choice of Variety Show Eat Bulaga! Won [113]
2012 Students Choice of Variety Show Eat Bulaga! Won [114]
2013 Student Leaders' Choice of TV Program Eat Bulaga! Won [115]
2014 Students' Choice of Variety Show Eat Bulaga! Nominated [112]
2015 Students' Choice of Variety Show Eat Bulaga! Nominated
2016 Students' Choice of Variety Show Eat Bulaga! Won [116]
Special Recognition for Social Media Phenomenon Alden Richards and Maine Mendoza Won
Special Recognition for Social Media Phenomenon Jose Manalo, Wally Bayola, and Paolo Ballesteros (Kalye's Angels) Won
Students' Choice of Variety Show Host Alden Richards Nominated [117]
Students' Choice of Variety Show Host Ryan Agoncillo Nominated

Yahoo! Celebrity Awards[edit]

Yahoo! Celebrity Awards (formerly Yahoo! OMG Awards) is an awards ceremony presented by Yahoo! Philippines that honors the most popular personalities and programs across television, movies, music, social media, and sports. The nominees are voted into the top ranks by their fans across the world.[118] Eat Bulaga! has won three awards from fourteen nominations.

Year Category Nominated artist/work Result Ref.
2011 Favorite Male TV Host Vic Sotto Nominated [119]
Favorite Female TV Host Pia Guanio Nominated
2012 Favorite Male TV Host Vic Sotto Nominated [120]
Favorite Male TV Host Ryan Agoncillo Nominated
Favorite Female TV Host Pia Guanio Nominated
Favorite Female TV Host Pauleen Luna Nominated
2013 Noontime Show of the Year Eat Bulaga! Won [121]
Child Star of the Year Ryzza Mae Dizon Won
Favorite Male TV Host Vic Sotto Won
Favorite Male TV Host Ryan Agoncillo Nominated [122]
2014 Child Star of the Year Ryzza Mae Dizon Nominated [123]
Favorite Male TV Host Vic Sotto Nominated
Favorite Male TV Host Jose Manalo Nominated
Favorite Female TV Host Pauleen Luna Nominated

Summary[edit]

Here is the summary of awards and nominations received by Eat Bulaga! as of June 6, 2019.

Awards Nominations Wins
Aliw Awards 8 1
Anak TV Seal Awards 16 16
Asian Television Awards 1 1
Box Office Entertainment Awards 22 22
Catholic Social Media Awards 5 5
Eastwood City Walk of Fame 12 12
EdukCircle Awards 2 2
Face of Advertising and Marketing Excellence (FAME) Awards 2 2
FAMAS Awards 1 1
Filipino Franchise Show 1 1
Gawad Tanglaw Awards 5 5
GEMS Hiyas ng Sining Awards 1 1
Gintong Kabataan Awards 1 1
Global Pinoy Awards 1 1
Golden Screen TV Awards 25 14
Illumine 5 5
Inding-Indie Short Film Festival Awards 2 2
Kagitingan Awards for Television 8 8
Mabini Media Awards 2 1
Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards 1 1
Northwest Samar State University Students' Choice Awards for Radio and Television 16 16
OFW Gawad Parangal 3 3
Paragala Central Luzon Media Awards 2 2
Party Pilipinas Most Liked Awards 1 1
People's Choice Awards 3 3
PEP List Awards 23 14
Platinum Stallion Media Awards 5 5
PMPC Star Awards for Television 86 37
Reader's Digest Trusted Brands Awards 3 3
Tatt Awards 2 2
UmalohokJuan Awards 3 3
USTv Students' Choice Awards 10 6
Yahoo! Celebrity Awards 14 3
TOTAL 292 200

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