The most important award of the night at Premios TVyNovelas 2016 is Best Telenovela. All fans of melodramas were anxiously awaiting for this category to be revealed and it was "Pasión y Poder." The soap that starred Fernando Colunga, Jorge Salinas, Susana Gonzalez and Marlene Favela was produced by José Alberto Castro. The whole cast went on stage to receive the award and they were all seemingly excited to have the honor. The award show was hosted by Marjorie De Sousa and Gabriel Soto live from the beautiful port of Acapulco. Some of the big performers of the night included Alejandro Sanz, Reik, Emmanuel, Mijares, Jess & Joy and J Balvin. Comedy relief was provided by Adal Ramones and Adrián Uribe. Check out the complete winners list here!

A telenovela is not a telenovela without a heroin, someone we can look up to, that has convictions and morals. All of the characters that our leading ladies interpreted this year had values and we have had a hard time deciding who will win. Those nominated as Best Lead Actress are: Maite Perroni for "Antes Muerta Que Lichita," Esmeralda Pimentel for "La Vecina," Michelle Renaud for "La Sombra Del Pasado," Zuria Vega for "Que Te Perdone Dios" and Livia Brito for "Muchacha Italiana Viene A Casarse." In the male category for Best Lead Actor the following are nominated: Arath De La Torre for "Antes Muerta Que Lichita," Osvaldo Benavides for "A Que No Me Dejas," Pablo Lyle for "La Sombra Del Pasado," Juan Diego Covarrubias for "La Vecina" and Jorge Salinas for "Pasión y Poder."

What is a telenovela without someone trying to ruin the happiness of the leading couple? A villain gets things moving and allows the drama to continue to be heightened in every melodrama. For Best Female Villain the following are nominated: Laura Carmine for "A Que No Me Dejas," Alejandra Barros for "La Sombra Del Pasado," Ingrid Martz for "Antes Muerta Que Lichita, " Marisol Del Olmo for "Amor De Barrio" and Grettell Valdez for "Lo Imperdonable." For Best Male Villain the following scored a nod: Alexis Ayala for "La Sombra Del Pasado," Eduardo Santamarina for "Antes Muerta Que Lichita," Julián Gil for "Hasta El Fin Del Mundo," Fernando Colunga for "Pasión y Poder" and Alejandro Avila for "Que Te Perdone Dios."