THIS Show Won EVERY Soap Category At The TV Choice Awards!
5 September 2017, 12:31
That's what we call cleaning up!
Remember when EastEnders and Coronation Street would always scoop all the soap prizes at awards ceremonies? Those days are long gone. Last night, Emmerdale continued its winning streak by claiming victory in every single soap category at the TV Choice Awards.
Last year the ITV show won Best Soap and Best Actor for Danny Miller, who plays Aaron Dingle. This year they did twice as well, by impressively bagging all four awards they were up for.
As well as Best Soap, the Dales drama won Best Actor for Ryan Hawley who superbly plays bad boy Robert Sugden.
Charlotte Bellamy, who plays the long-suffering Laurel Thomas, followed up her British Soap Awards victory by deservedly taking home the prize for Best Actress. Accepting her award, she acknowledged the 350 people who work on Emmerdale.
Lastly, Sally Dexter won Best Newcomer for her role as mischievous Faith Dingle. Not a bad haul for the Yorkshire contingent at all. Emmerdale is definitely on a roll and is no longer seen as ‘the third soap’ in Britain.
Meanwhile, Corrie sportingly congratulated their younger sibling on their awards haul:
The full list of winners at this year's TV Choice Awards are...
Best soap: Emmerdale
Best new drama: Little Boy Blue
Best drama series: Broadchurch
Best actor: David Tennant, Broadchurch
Best actress: Olivia Colman, Broadchurch
Best family drama: Call The Midwife
Best reality show: I'm A Celebrity ... Get Me Out Of Here!
Best talent show: Strictly Come Dancing
Best entertainment show: Ant & Dec's Saturday Night Takeaway
Best lifestyle show: DIY SOS: The Big Build
Best daytime show: This Morning
Best food show: Gino's Italian Escape: Hidden Italy
Best factual show: Paul O'Grady: For The Love Of Dogs
"Look, it's him off the telly!" [Picture: PA]
Best comedy: Peter Kay's Car Share
Best soap actor: Ryan Hawley, Emmerdale
Best soap actress: Charlotte Bellamy, Emmerdale
Best soap newcomer: Sally Dexter, Emmerdale
Outstanding contribution to television: Mary Berry