'Premios TVyNovelas' Reaches More than 7.1 Million Viewers and Makes Univision the Number 2 Broadcast Network with Adults 18-34 Ahead of ABC, CBS and NBC

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April 29th, 2013

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HIT NOVELA “POR ELLA SOY EVA” IS TOP WINNER AT “PREMIOS TVyNOVELAS” 2013 CEREMONY WITH SIX AWARDS

UNIVISION PERSONALITIES ALEJANDRA ESPINOZA AND JOHNNY LOZADA TAKE HOME BEST HOST AWARDS WHILE “DESPIERTA AMÉRICA” WINS BEST UNIVISION PROGRAM

The 31st Annual Edition of “Premios TVyNovelas” Reaches More than 7.1 Million Viewers and Makes Univision the No. 2 Broadcast Network with Adults 18-34 Ahead of ABC, CBS and NBC


MIAMI – APRIL 29, 2013 – It was a night full of glitz and glamour—a truly spectacular event that brought together hundreds of internationally famous Hispanic stars to pay homage to the top talent in the Spanish-language television industry. Airing last night from Acapulco, Mexico and emceed by “Despierta América” co-host Alan Tacher, celebrated Mexican singer/actress Yuri, and “HOY” co-host Galilea Montijo, the 2013 edition of “Premios TVyNovelas” featured a veritable Who’s Who of superstar presenters who gave out 28 different awards to the best programs, actors, comedians, hosts, writers, and directors, in addition to presenting four special recognitions. For the first time in its history, the “Premios TVyNovelas” awards ceremony was simulcast by the Univision Network in the U.S. and Televisa in Mexico and included Univision programming and talent among the honorees.

 

“Premios TVyNovelas” reached 7.1 million viewers who watched some or all of the broadcast. Attracting an average audience of 3.6 million Total Viewers, 1.8 million Adults 18-49 and 744,000 Adults 18-34, the awards show was up by double-digit margins compared to last year’s telecast with Total Viewers 2+ (+24%), Adults 18-49 (+35%) and Adults 18-34 (+10%). Additionally, “Premios TVyNovelas” made Univision the No. 2 broadcast network, beating ABC, CBS and NBC, among Adults 18-34 during the two and a half hour airing. In fact, the awards show delivered more Adult 18-34 viewers than first-run episodes of ABC’s “America’s Funniest Home Videos” and “Red Widow,” CBS’ “60 Minutes,” “The Good Wife” and “The Mentalist” and NBC’s “The Celebrity Apprentice.”

 

On Univision local stations, “Premios TVyNovelas” made Univision the No. 1 broadcast station in the 9 p.m.-11:30 p.m. time period among Total Viewers 2+ in Los Angeles, Miami and Houston; and Adults 18-49 and Adults 18-34 in Los Angeles, New York, Miami and Houston. The awards show also helped Univision local stations garner the No. 1 spot in primetime among Total Viewers 2+ in Miami; Adults 18-49 in Los Angeles, New York, Miami and Houston; and Adults 18-34 in New York, Miami and San Francisco.

On social TV, “Premios TVyNovelas” ranked as the highest rated entertainment broadcast program during the day of telecast, according to SocialGuide.

The biggest winner of the evening was the hit novela “Por Ella Soy Eva” (For Her, I’m Eva), recently airing on Univision. This lighthearted Televisa production received statuettes in six categories: Best Telenovela, Best Male Antagonist (Marcelo Córdoba), Best Male Co-Star (Jesús Ochoa), Best Female Co-Star (Patty Navidad), Best Young Actor (Ferdinando Valencia), and Best Scene Director (Benjamin Cann). The second biggest winner last night was “Abismo de Pasión” (Love Abyss), which was honored with five awards, including Best Actor in a Leading Role (David Zepeda) and Distinguished Leading Lady (Blanca Guerra).

 

In the new categories created specifically for Univision programming and talent this year, the Network’s top-rated morning show “Despierta América” (Wake Up America) won “Best Program,” while Univision personality Alejandra Espinoza and Johnny Lozada, co-host of “Despierta América,” each took home an award in the Best Host category.

The honors for Univision continued with two special awards presented during the gala event. “Premios TVyNovelas” recognized “Despierta América” for its 15 years of uninterrupted success on the air, and Raúl de Molina, co-host of the Network’s top-rated entertainment news and gossip show “El Gordo y La Flaca” (The Scoop and the Skinny) and many Emmy winner, was honored with the “20-Year Career Award” in recognition of his multiple achievements as a Spanish-language television personality. In a truly emotional moment, the prestigious award was presented to de Molina by his co-host and close friend, Lili Estefan.

In addition, two renowned Mexican actresses received special tributes for their exceptional careers: internationally famous television superstar and singer Lucero, past winner of 19 “Premios TVyNovelas” awards, and distinguished leading lady Jacqueline Andere, who was recognized with the “A Telenovela Life” award for having dedicated over 50 years of her life to the telenovela genre.

Adding a powerful dose of entertainment to the already star-packed show was a dazzling performance by Latin music great Juan Gabriel, one of Mexico’s most prolific and successful singer/songwriters of all time, returning to the stage after a long absence to the delight of his fans. The show also featured duets by Cristian Castro and Lucero, Alejandra Orozco and Óscar Cruz, as well as Alexander Acha and Zuria Vega.

 

Created by the international entertainment magazine TV y Novelas, the “Premios TVyNovelas” awards are bestowed every year to the best and brightest talent in the Hispanic television industry. The nominated actors, producers, writers, and programs are chosen by readers of the magazine; winners are determined by a panel of judges.

 

Following is the complete list of winners of “Premios TVyNovelas” 2013:

 

BEST UNIVISION PROGRAM

Despierta América

 

BEST FEMALE HOST - UNIVISION

Alejandra Espinoza

 

BEST MALE HOST - UNIVISION

Johnny Lozada

 

BEST TELENOVELA

Por Ella Soy Eva

 

BEST ACTRESS IN A LEADING ROLE

Victoria Ruffo (Corona de Lágrimas)

 

BEST ACTOR IN A LEADING ROLE

David Zepeda (Abismo de Pasión)

 

BEST FEMALE ANTAGONIST

Leticia Calderón (Amor Bravío)

 

BEST MALE ANTAGONIST

Marcelo Córdoba (Por Ella soy Eva)

 

BEST YOUNG ACTRESS

Livia Brito (Abismo de Pasión)

 

BEST YOUNG ACTOR

Ferdinando Valencia (Por Ella soy Eva)

 

DISTINGUISHED LEADING LADY

Blanca Guerra (Abismo de Pasión)

 

BEST SUPPORTING ACTRESS

Raquel Olmedo (Abismo de Pasión)

 

BEST SUPPORTING ACTOR

Flavio Medina (Amor Bravío)

 

BEST NEW ACTRESS

Cassandra Sánchez Navarro (Corona de Lágrimas)

 

BEST NEW ACTOR

Axel Ricco (Corona de Lágrimas)

 

BEST FEMALE CO-STAR

Paty Navidad (Por Ella Soy Eva)

 

BEST MALE CO-STAR

Jesús Ochoa (Por Ella Soy Eva)

 

BEST SCRIPT OR ADAPTATION

Martha Carrillo, Cristian García, Denisse Phiffer – Amor Bravío

BEST SCENE DIRECTION

Benjamin Cann – Por Ella Soy Eva

BEST TELENOVELA THEME SONG

Sólo un Suspiro – Abismo de Pasión

 

BEST VARIETY SHOW

Hoy

 

BEST ENTERTAINMENT PROGRAM

La Rosa de Guadalupe

 

BEST SERIES

Los Héroes del Norte

 

Source: The Nielsen Company, NPM, Sunday (04/28/2013) 7pm-11:34pm, Univision’s “Nuestra Belleza Latina” (7pm-9pm) and “Premios Tv y Novelas” (9pm-11:34pm) airings based on NPM Fast National Ratings and English-language broadcast networks based on NPM Fast Affiliate Ratings 7pm-11pm. Reach based on NPM Fast Cume, Persons 2+, 6+ minute qualified audience (visitors included). Live+SD. Source: The Nielsen Company, NSI, Sunday (04/28/13), “Premios Tv y Novelas” (9pm-11:34pm E/PT, 8pm-10:34pm Central). Primetime is defined as ABC/CBS/NBC/IND/SLTV stations Sunday 7pm-11pm (6-10pm CT) and FOX/CW stations Sunday 7pm-10pm (6pm-9pm CT). Live+SD. SocialGuide, “Premios TvyNovelas” ranks as highest entertainment/non-sport event on Sunday (4/28/2013).

 

 

CONTACT: Priscilla Senior

305-640-3592

psenior@univision.net

 

About Univision Communications Inc.

Univision Communications Inc. (UCI) is the leading media company serving Hispanic America. Its assets include Univision Network, one of the top five networks in the U.S. regardless of language and the most-watched Spanish-language broadcast television network in the country reaching 96% of U.S. Hispanic households; UniMás, a leading Spanish-language broadcast television network reaching 88% of U.S. Hispanic households; Univision Cable Networks, including Galavisión, the country’s leading Spanish-language cable network, as well as Univision tlnovelas, a 24-hour cable network dedicated to novelas, Univision Deportes Network, a 24-hour cable network dedicated to sports, ForoTV, a 24-hour Spanish-language cable network dedicated to news, and an additional suite of six cable offerings - De Película, De Película Clásico, Bandamax, Ritmoson, Telehit and Clásico TV; UVideos, the first bilingual digital network serving Hispanic America; Univision Studios, which produces and co-produces reality shows, dramatic series and other programming formats for the Company’s platforms; Univision Television Group, which owns and/or operates 62 television stations in major U.S. Hispanic markets and Puerto Rico; Univision Radio, the leading Hispanic radio group which owns and/or operates 69 radio stations in 16 of the top 25 U.S. Hispanic markets and Puerto Rico; Univision Interactive, a network of products and offerings including Univision.com, which continues to be the #1 most-visited Spanish-language website among U.S. online Hispanics, Univision Móvil, a longstanding industry-leader with unique, relevant mobile products and services, and Univision Partner Group, a specialized advertising and publisher network. Headquartered in New York City, UCI has television network operations in Miami and television and radio stations and sales offices in major cities throughout the United States. For more information, please visit Univision.net.

 
  • DW

    people love award shows. did Gob Bluth show up this time?. :)

  • outlawz

    novela = dont see = no-vela
    latin ppl dont get it

  • Boris

    In most of US it went from Westerns to Soaps to Family sitcoms to Crime Dramas to Reality and edgy TV dramas. Latinos are still stuck on Soaps.

  • Pavelsauce

    @outlawz
    You clearly don’t understand Spanish. Vela means candle.

    @Boris
    While there are definitely other genres of Latin American TV, I see where you’re coming from. Case in point: Univision’s weekday primetime lineup is all novelas.

  • Pavelsauce

    It’s good that Por Ella Soy Eva one those awards. I liked that show, especially the finale. :)

  • NJ Viewer

    Since NBC owns Univision, they may have to have to rebroadcast some of those shows to get ratings.

  • http://tvbythenumbers.com Bill Gorman

    “Since NBC owns Univision”

    No, they don’t.

  • John

    None of these people are that well known…

  • Pavelsauce

    @NJ Viewer
    NBC owns Telemundo, not Univision. Univision is owned by Univision Communications (95%) and Grupo Televisa (5%).

  • Pavelsauce

    @John
    Are you kidding? Quite a few of the people are well-known among Hispanics.

  • Pavelsauce

    I meant *quite a few people on that list.

  • NJ Viewer

    @Bill Gorman
    @Pavelsauce

    My bad. I knew it was one of them.

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