Sherlock And EastEnders Win At TV Choice Awards
Benedict Cumberbatch and Danny Dyer both get acting awards...
The BBC shows mopped up eight of the 18 available awards between them at a ceremony at the London Hilton on posh Park Lane.
Sherlock took best drama and best actor for Benedict Cumberbatch, who was not on hand to accept his gong unfortunately.
Danny Dyer and Lindsey Coulson won best soap actor and actress for their roles in 'Enders, while the show won best soap and an outstanding contribution award.
Happy Valley won best new drama and best actress for Sarah Lancashire.
Of course no TV awards show would be complete without the nation's favourite Geordie duo Ant and Dec - and they won best entertainment show for Ant & Dec's Saturday Night Takeaway plus another outstanding contribution award.
Elsewhere the hugely popular Game Of Thrones won Best International Show.
The full list of winners is...
Best Soap - EastEnders
Best New Drama - Happy Valley
Best Drama Series - Sherlock
Outstanding Contribution Awards - EastEnders, Ant and Dec
Best Actor - Benedict Cumberbatch, Sherlock
Best Actress - Sarah Lancashire, Happy Valley
Best Comedy - Benidorm
Best Reality Show - I'm A Celebrity…Get Me Out Of Here!
Best Talent Show - Britain's Got Talent
Best Entertainment Show - Ant & Dec's Saturday Night Takeaway
Best Factual Entertainment & Lifestyle Show - Educating Yorkshire
Best Daytime Show - The Jeremy Kyle Show
Best Food Show - Gordon Ramsay's Home Cooking
Best International Show - Game of Thrones
Best Soap Actor - Danny Dyer (Mick Carter, EastEnders)
Best Soap Newcomer - Kirsty-Leigh Porter (Leela Lomax, Hollyoaks)
Best Soap Actress - Lindsey Coulson (Carol Jackson, EastEnders)
Best Soap Storyline - Hayley's Cancer, Coronation Street