TVB Anniversary Awards

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TVB Anniversary Award
2015 TVB Anniversary Awards
Awarded for Excellence in television
Country Hong Kong
Presented by Television Broadcasts Limited (TVB)
First awarded November 19, 1997; 18 years ago (1997-11-19)
Official website tvb.com

The TVB Anniversary Awards (Chinese: 萬千星輝頒獎典禮), officially known as the TV Awards Presentation of TVB, is an annual awards ceremony honoring TVB's programming achievements in Hong Kong television. Winners are awarded a copy of the golden TVB anniversary statuette, which depicts a man and a woman holding up TVB's square logo. It is regarded as the Hong Kong equivalent of the Emmy Awards.

The awards for Best Drama, Best Actor, and Best Actress in a TVB drama series were first presented in 1997 as the final act for the TVB Anniversary Gala, a star-studded event held every year on November 19, TVB's anniversary day. Several more award categories were introduced in the following years. In 2006, the event became a separate awards ceremony, and is given on the last month of the year. Carol Cheng has been hosting the awards ceremony since 2006.

Categories[edit]

Nominating and voting procedures have varied over the years. Winners are determined by a combination of results coming from a professional voting committee and the public.

Current categories[edit]

Discontinued categories[edit]

  • Best Touching Performance – Couple (1997)
  • Best Hilarious Performance – Couple (1997)
  • Most Abhorrent Role (1997)
  • Most Unforgettable Actors (1999)
  • Most Unforgettable Actresses (1999)
  • Excellence Award (1999)
  • My Favourite On-Screen Partners (Dramas) (1998–2004)
  • My Favourite On-Screen Partners (Non-Dramas) (1998–2004)
  • My Top Favourite Television Characters (2000–2004)
  • Best Overseas Drama Serial (2005–2006)
  • Mainland China's Favourite TVB Actor (2007)
  • Mainland China's Favourite TVB Actress (2007)
  • Best Original Show (2005–2007)
  • Best Promotional Trailer (2005–2007)
  • Best Variety or Informative Programme (2005–2010)
  • Best Performance Award (2009–2010)
  • Most Admirable Programme (2005–2011)
  • TVB.com Popularity Award tvb.com (2008–2011)
  • Outstanding/Professional Actors Award (2012–2014)

TV ratings[edit]

All results are derived from live viewership in Hong Kong, based on Nielsen ratings. Before 2013, audience membership was determined by CSM Media Research.

Year Average Peaking Viewers
2015 29 35 1.87 million
2014 31 34 1.99 million
2013 34 40 2.18 million
2012 36 41 2.30 million
2011 38 41 2.43 million
2010 38 43 2.43 million
2009 40 44 2.56 million
2008 30 33 1.91 million
2007 29 32 1.85 million
2006 36 39 2.30 million

Award milestones[edit]

  • Charmaine Sheh has garnered 10 awards, more than any other individual, including two wins for Best Actress and three wins for Most Popular Female Character. Sheh is tied with Liza Wang and Sheren Tang for most Best Actress wins. Sheh is also known for being:
    • The first individual to be touted as the "Double TV Queen", a recognition in which an actress wins Best Actress and Most Popular Female Character in the same year. Sheh is the only actress to receive this title two times.
    • The first and only actress thus far to receive two nominations in the top 5 for Most Popular Female Character in the same year (2009).
  • Gallen Lo is the first individual to win the same award for two consecutive years (Best Actor in 1997 and 1998).
  • Sheren Tang is the first and only actress to have won Best Actress for two consecutive years (2009 and 2010).
  • Bobby Au-yeung is the first TVB acting class alumnus to win Best Actor (2000).
  • Moses Chan is the first actor to be touted as "Double TV King", in 2007.
  • Wayne Lai is the first and only actor to have won three different awards in the same year: Best Actor, Most Popular Male Character, and tvb.com's Most Popular Artist (2009).
  • Myolie Wu is the first and only actress to have won three different awards in the same year: Best Actress, Most Popular Female Character, and Most Extraordinary Elegant Female Artist (2011).
  • Tavia Yeung is the first and only individual who have won awards in four different categories: Most Improved Female Artist (2003), Best Supporting Actress (2008), Most Popular Female Character (2009), and Best Actress (2012).

Record holders[edit]

Most awards[edit]

  • Most awards won by a drama series
    • War and Beauty won 9 awards in 2004, including:
      • My Favourite Actor in a Leading Role (Bowie Lam)
      • My Favourite Actress in a Leading Role (Gigi Lai)
      • My Favourite Powerhouse Actor (Chan Hung-lit)
      • My Favourite Powerhouse Actress (Sheren Tang)
      • My Top 12 Favourite TV Characters (Bowie Lam as Sun Bak-yeung)
      • My Top 12 Favourite TV Characters (Gigi Lai as Hongiya Yuk-ying)
      • My Top 12 Favourite TV Characters (Sheren Tang as Niuhuru Yu-yuet)
      • My Top 12 Favourite TV Characters (Moses Chan as Hung Mo)
      • My Top 12 Favourite TV Characters (Charmaine Sheh as Dongiya Yi-sun)
  • Most awards won by a male
  • Most awards won by a female

Acting records[edit]

Best Actor (TV King)
Record Actor Count Years
Most awards Gallen Lo
3
1997, 1998, 2002
Wayne Lai 2009, 2010, 2012
Roger Kwok 2003, 2005, 2014
Most consecutive wins Gallen Lo
2
1997 to 1998
Wayne Lai 2009 to 2010
Most nominations in top 5 Moses Chan
10
2002, 2005 to 2012, 2015
Most consecutive nominations in top 5 Moses Chan
8
2005 to 2012
Most nominations in top 5 without a win Raymond Lam
7
2002, 2006 to 2008, 2010, 2012, 2014
Youngest winner Louis Koo N/A age 29 in 1999
Oldest winner Ha Yu age 62 in 2008
Youngest nominee in top 5 Raymond Lam age 23 in 2002
Oldest nominee in top 5 Chung King-fai age 68 in 2005
Best Actress (TV Queen)
Record Actor Count Years
Most awards Liza Wang
2
2001, 2005
Sheren Tang 2009, 2010
Charmaine Sheh 2006, 2014
Most consecutive wins Sheren Tang
2
2009 to 2010
Most nominations in top 5 Charmaine Sheh
10
2000 to 2001, 2003 to 2004, 2006 to 2007, 2009 to 2010, 2012, 2014
Most consecutive nominations in top 5 Linda Chung
6
2010 to 2015
Most nominations in top 5 without a win Linda Chung
7
2008, 2010 to 2005
Youngest winner Ada Choi N/A age 25 in 1998
Oldest winner Liza Wang age 58 in 2005
Youngest nominee in top 5 Ada Choi age 24 in 1997
Linda Chung age 24 in 2008
Oldest nominee Liza Wang age 64 in 2011
Best Supporting Actor
Record Actor Count Years
Most nominations in top 5 Paul Chun
3
2003, 2005, 2007
Wayne Lai 2005 to 2006, 2008
Kenneth Ma 2005, 2009, 2013
Benz Hui 2007, 2013 to 2014
Him Law 2008, 2012 to 2013
Elliot Ngok 2009, 2012 to 2013
Ngo Ka-nin 2009 to 2011
Youngest winner Louis Yuen N/A age 40 in 2007
Oldest winner Benz Hui age 65 in 2013
Youngest nominee in top 5 Him Law age 24 in 2008
Oldest nominee in top 5 Chung King-fai age 69 in 2006
Best Supporting Actress
Record Actor Count Years
Most awards Fala Chen
2
2007, 2010
Most nominations in top 5 Elena Kong
5
2010, 2012 to 2015
Youngest winner Fala Chen N/A age 25 in 2007
Oldest winner Susan Tse age 56 in 2009
Youngest nominee in top 5 Fala Chen age 25 in 2007
Oldest nominee in top 5 Law Lan age 78 in 2012
Most Popular Male Character
Record Actor Count Years
Most awards Raymond Lam
2
2008, 2010
Most nominations
6
2006 to 2008, 2010, 2012, 2014
Youngest winner N/A age 29 in 2008
Oldest winner Benz Hui age 66 in 2014
Youngest nominee Raymond Lam age 27 in 2006
Oldest nominee Ha Yu age 62 in 2008
Most Popular Female Character
Record Actor Count Years
Most awards Charmaine Sheh
3
2006, 2010, 2014
Most nominations
6
2006 to 2010, 2012, 2014
Youngest winner Tavia Yeung N/A age 30 in 2009
Oldest winner Louise Lee age 58 in 2008
Youngest nominee Linda Chung age 23 in 2007
Oldest nominee Louise Lee age 57 in 2007
Most Improved Male Artist
Record Actor Age Year
Youngest winner Raymond Lam
23
2003
Oldest winner Raymond Wong Ho-yin
34
2010
Youngest nominee James Ng
25
2015
Oldest nominee Kenny Wong
43
2006
Most Improved Female Artist
Record Actor Age Year
Youngest winner Linda Chung
22
2006
Oldest winner Priscilla Wong
33
2014
Youngest nominee Katy Kung
22
2011
Oldest nominee Mimi Lo
36
2010

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