Results of 2011 Best of TVB Awards @ JayneStars.com!
After four weeks of voting, the results of the 2011 Best of TVB Awards @ JayneStars.com are now available! Bottled Passion proved its popularity as the series and cast nearly swept all the awards categories! On the opposite spectrum was Super Snoops, which appeared to be quite unpopular as it consistently received the lowest rating in multiple categories!
Best Series: Bottled Passion
The voting for “Best TVB Series” was a fierce battle, in which Bottled Passion received the top score of 4.14 stars, with 614 votes. Following closely behind was Ghetto Justice in 2nd place with a score of 4.12 stars and 735 votes. The two series were completely different in style, genre, and subject matter. Bottled Passion was crafted using the “traditional” TVB formula and solid storytelling, featuring a tortured hero, grand revenge scheme, and a deep, unforgettable love of a lifetime.
Ghetto Justice was innovative in character design and witty in its narrative. Congratulations to both series for a job well done! The large number of votes submitted for Ghetto Justice indicates that it may have been the most watched series in 2011 among the sampled population.
Although When Heaven Burns received the media’s critical acclaim, viewers had polarized reactions towards the series, since the drama came in 11th place with a score of 2.96 and 508 votes. Men With No Shadows was rated as the worst series of the year.
Best Actor: Kevin Cheng
In TVB land, 2011 may be regarded as the year of “Kevin, Raymond, and Ruco”! Last year was an incredible year for all 3 actors as the series they starred in were big hits with the audience, thus boosting their popularity levels to their highest in their careers thus far!
The race for Best Actor was an extremely tight competition, in which Kevin Cheng (Ghetto Justice) won by a very slim margin with a score of 4.28 and 692 votes. Raymond Wong (Bottled Passion) was in 2nd place with a score of 4.27 and 539 votes, while Ruco Chan (The Other Truth) was in 3rd place with a score of 4.26 and 579 votes. Louis Yuen received the lowest score for his performance in Super Snoops.
Best Actress: Niki Chow
Niki Chow made quite a comeback last year with runaway smash hit series, Bottled Passion. Niki was voted as Best Actress by JayneStars.com readers with a top score of 3.93 and 558 votes. For many fans, Niki was considered to be a breath of fresh air in her acting. In 2nd place, Tavia Yeung (The Other Truth) and in 3rd place was Myolie Wu (Ghetto Justice). Liza Wang (Super Snoops) received the lowest score.
Most Memorable Male Lead Character: Raymond Wong
Raymond’s deeply passionate character in Bottled Passion, capable of intense hatred and love, won many female hearts. Raymond Wong received a top score of 4.43 with 409 votes. In 2nd place was Ruco Chan (The Other Truth) and in 3rd place was Kevin Cheng (Ghetto Justice). Among sampled viewers, Louis Yuen was found again to have delivered an inadequate performance.
Most Memorable Female Lead Character: Niki Chow
Viewers loved Niki Chow in Bottled Passion! Aside from voting her as the Best Actress, Niki also won the Most Memorable Female Lead Character title with a score of 4.15 and 347 votes. In 2nd place was Tavia Yeung (The Other Truth), while Myolie Wu (Ghetto Justice) came in 3rd place. Liza Wang (Super Snoops) again had the lowest score in this category.
Most Memorable Male Supporting Character: Ben Wong
Last year was a remarkable year for Ben Wong, in which his popularity and recognition levels shot up. Ben won the Most Memorable Male Supporting Character for Lives of Omission, title at JayneStars.com, with a score of 4.38 and 276 votes. In 2nd place was Eric Li (Bottled Passion), while Jazz Lam (Ghetto Justice) was ranked 3rd. While fans may question the quality of last year’s series, a number of supporting actors gave memorable performances. Wilson Tsui (Super Snoops) was deemed to be the least memorable.
Most Memorable Female Supporting Character: Nancy Wu
While Forensic Heroes 3 may not have made a deep impression on viewers, Nancy Wu certainly won critical praise among the audience! With a score of 4.2 and 270 votes, Nancy was voted the Most Memorable Female Supporting Character. In 2nd place was Linda Chung (Yes Sir, Sorry Sir) due to her famous crying scene, while Sharon Chan (Ghetto Justice) came in 3rd place. Christine Kuo (Super Snoops) was considered to be the least memorable.
Best Villain: Bosco Wong
Bosco Wong had a breakthrough role in Lives of Omission and was voted as the Best Villain by JayneStars.com readers with a score of 4.4 and 357 votes. Bosco’s gritty performance (and passionate kissing skills) won much praise. In 2nd place was Ben Wong (Lives of Omission) and in 3rd place was Rebecca Chan (Bottled Passion). Aimee Chan (The Other Truth) was considered to have made the least impact in a villain role.
Most Improved Artist: Nancy Wu
Nancy Wu’s continuous improvement over the years has won her many fans. Last year, she displayed her acting chops in Curse of the Royal Harem and Forensic Heroes 3. Nancy won the Most Improved Artist title at JayneStars.com with a score of 4.34 and 291 votes. In 2nd place was Jazz Lam (Ghetto Justice) and in 3rd place was Elaine Yiu (Bottled Passion).
Best Onscreen Couple: Raymond Wong and Niki Chow
Raymond Wong and Niki Chow’s romance in Bottled Passion was unforgettable, helping them win the Best Onscreen Couple Award with a score of 4.27 and 403 votes. Audiences love bickering couples (first sworn enemies but ultimately falling into a complementary love relationship), as indicated by the voting results: in 2nd place was Kevin Cheng and Myolie Wu (Ghetto Justice) and in 3rd place was Chilam Cheung and Myolie Wu (The Rippling Blossom).The onscreen couple that was the least popular was Louis Yuen and Aimee Chan (Super Snoops).
Best Special Guest Appearance: Kenneth Ma
Kenneth Ma’s special guest role in The Other Truth was highly praised, helping secure a score of 4.32 and 205 votes. In 2nd place was Ruco Chan (Only You) and in 3rd place was Raymond Wong (Only You).The guest appearance that made the least impact was Aimee Chan (The Other Truth).
Best Theme Song: Bottled Passion
The theme song of Bottled Passion, performed by Teresa Cheung was the fan favorite, followed closely by the theme songs for The Rippling Blossom and The Other Truth.
Once again, congratulations to all the winners in the 2011 Best of TVB Awards @ JayneStars.com! Thanks to all the readers who participated in rating the nominees’ performances! Thanks to TVB and the artists for giving us memorable and entertaining performances in most instances!
For the complete voting results in each awards category, please click here.