Logies 2023 Winners

Most Popular Personality on Australian Television

  • Hamish Blake in Lego Masters (Nine)
  • Julia Morris in I’m a Celebrity…Get Me Out of Here! and Taskmaster Australia (10)
  • Leigh Sales in 7.30 (ABC)
  • Mark Coles Smith in Mystery Road: Origin (ABC)
  • Osher Günsberg in The Bachelors Australia and The Masked Singer Australia (10)
  • Shaun Micallef in Shaun Micallef’s Mad as Hell (ABC)
  • Sonia Kruger in Big Brother, Dancing with The Stars and The Voice (Seven)

Most Popular

Most Popular Reality Program

  • Farmer Wants A Wife (Seven)
  • Hunted Australia (10)
  • I’m a Celebrity…Get Me Out of Here! (10)
  • Married at First Sight (Nine)
  • MasterChef Australia: Fans & Favourites (10)
  • The Block (Nine)

Most Popular Actor

  • James Stewart in Home and Away (Seven)
  • Lincoln Younes in After the Verdict (Nine), Last King of the Cross (Paramount+) and Barons (ABC)
  • Mark Coles Smith in Mystery Road: Origin (ABC)
  • Patrick Brammall in Colin From Accounts (Binge) and Summer Love (ABC)
  • Ray Meagher in Home and Away (Seven)
  • Sam Neill in The Twelve (Binge/Foxtel)

Most Popular Entertainment Program

  • Australia’s Got Talent (Seven)
  • Gogglebox Australia (Foxtel/10)
  • Gruen (ABC)
  • Hard Quiz (ABC)
  • Lego Masters (Nine)
  • The Voice (Seven)

Most Popular Actress

  • Ada Nicodemou in Home and Away (Seven)
  • Celeste Barber in Wellmania (Netflix)
  • Emily Symons in Home and Away (Seven)
  • Julia Zemiro in Fisk (ABC)
  • Kitty Flanagan in Fisk (ABC)
  • Lynne McGranger in Home and Away (Seven)

Most Popular Lifestyle Program

  • A Dog’s World With Tony Armstrong (ABC)
  • Back Roads (ABC)
  • Better Homes and Gardens (Seven)
  • Gardening Australia (ABC)
  • Selling Houses Australia (Foxtel)
  • Travel Guides (Nine)

Most Popular Current Affairs Program

  • 60 Minutes (Nine)
  • 7.30 (ABC)
  • A Current Affair (Nine)
  • Australian Story (ABC)
  • Foreign Correspondent (ABC)
  • Four Corners (ABC)

Graham Kennedy Award for Most Popular New Talent

  • Amy Shark in Australian Idol (Seven)
  • Ayesha Madon in Heartbreak High (Netflix)
  • Chloé Hayden in Heartbreak High (Netflix)
  • Flex Mami in Love Island Australia (Nine)
  • Kween Kong in RuPaul’s Drag Race Down Under (Stan)
  • Lilliana Bowrey in Surviving Summer (Netflix)

Bert Newton Award for Most Popular Presenter

  • Hamish Blake in Lego Masters (Nine)
  • Julia Morris in I’m a Celebrity…Get Me Out of Here! and Taskmaster Australia (10)
  • Scott Cam in The Block (Nine)
  • Shaun Micallef in Shaun Micallef’s Mad as Hell (ABC)
  • Sonia Kruger in Big Brother, Dancing with the Stars and The Voice (Seven)
  • Tony Armstrong in A Dog’s World with Tony Armstrong (ABC)

Most Popular Drama Series, Miniseries or Telemovie

  • Heartbreak High (Netflix)
  • Home and Away (Seven)
  • Mystery Road: Origin (ABC)
  • Savage River (ABC)
  • The Twelve (Binge/Foxtel)
  • Underbelly: Vanishing Act (Nine)

Most Popular Comedy Program

  • Fisk (ABC)
  • Have You Been Paying Attention? (10)
  • Shaun Micallef’s Mad as Hell (ABC)
  • The Front Bar (Seven)
  • The Hundred with Andy Lee (Nine)
  • Wellmania (Netflix)

Most Outstanding

Most Outstanding Drama Series, Miniseries or Telemovie

  • Black Snow (Stan)
  • Five Bedrooms (Paramount+)
  • In Our Blood (ABC)
  • Mystery Road: Origin (ABC)
  • Significant Others (ABC)
  • The Twelve (Binge/Foxtel)

Most Outstanding Actress

  • Claudia Jessie in Bali 2002 (Stan)
  • Claudia Karvan in Bump (Stan)
  • Harriet Dyer in Colin From Accounts (Binge)
  • Kate Mulvany in The Twelve (Binge/Foxtel)
  • Marta Dusseldorp in The Twelve (Binge/Foxtel)
  • Milly Alcock in Upright (Binge/Foxtel)

Most Outstanding Actor

  • Mark Coles Smith in Mystery Road: Origin (ABC)
  • Patrick Brammall in Colin From Accounts (Binge)
  • Richard Roxburgh in Bali 2002 (Stan)
  • Sam Neill in The Twelve (Binge/Foxtel)
  • Tim Draxl in In Our Blood (ABC)
  • Tim Minchin in Upright (Binge/Foxtel)

Most Outstanding Supporting Actor

  • Alexander England in Black Snow (Stan)
  • Arka Das in Here Out West (ABC)
  • Clarence Ryan in Mystery Road: Origin (ABC)
  • Hamish Michael in The Twelve (Binge/Foxtel)
  • Luke Arnold in True Colours (SBS)
  • Thomas Weatherall in Heartbreak High (Netflix)

Most Outstanding Comedy Program

  • Colin From Accounts (Binge)
  • Fisk (ABC)
  • Have You Been Paying Attention? (10)
  • Shaun Micallef’s Mad as Hell (ABC)
  • Summer Love (ABC)
  • Taskmaster Australia (10)

Most Outstanding Reality Program

  • Australian Survivor: Heroes V Villains (10)
  • Hunted Australia (10)
  • I’m a Celebrity…Get Me Out of Here! (10)
  • Married at First Sight (Nine)
  • MasterChef Australia: Fans & Favourites (10)
  • The Block (Nine)

Most Outstanding Entertainment Program

  • Gruen Nation (ABC)
  • Hard Quiz (ABC)
  • Lego Masters (Nine)
  • RuPaul’s Drag Race Down Under (Stan)
  • The Cheap Seats (10)
  • The Masked Singer Australia (10)

Most Outstanding Supporting Actress

  • Brooke Satchwell in The Twelve (Binge/Foxtel)
  • Hayley McElhinney in Mystery Road: Origin (ABC)
  • Miranda Otto in True Colours (SBS)
  • Pallavi Sharda in The Twelve (Binge/Foxtel)
  • Virginia Gay in After The Verdict (Nine)
  • Yerin Ha in Bad Behaviour (Stan)

Most Outstanding Children’s Program

  • Barrumbi Kids (SBS)
  • Bluey (ABC)
  • Crazy Fun Park (ABC)
  • Surviving Summer (Netflix)
  • Turn Up The Volume (ABC)
  • Ultimate Classroom (10)

Most Outstanding News Coverage or Public Affairs Report

  • “Turkey Earthquake” (7News, Seven)
  • “SeaWorld Helicopter Disaster” (A Current Affair, Nine)
  • “Saving the Children” (Foreign Correspondent, ABC)
  • “Somalia: A Story of Survival” (Foreign Correspondent, ABC)
  • “Do No Harm” (Four Corners, ABC)
  • “How Many More” (Four Corners, ABC)

Most Outstanding Sports Coverage

  • 2022 AFL Grand Final (Seven)
  • 2022 FIFA World Cup (SBS)
  • 2022 Melbourne Cup Carnival (10)
  • 2023 Australian Open (Nine)
  • Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games (Seven)
  • State of Origin (Nine)

Most Outstanding Factual or Documentary Program

  • Alone Australia (SBS)
  • Australia’s Wild Odyssey (ABC)
  • Old People’s Home for Teenagers (ABC)
  • Revealed: Trafficked (Stan)
  • The Australian Wars (SBS)
  • Todd Sampson’s Mirror Mirror: Love & Hate (10)

Hall of Fame

  • Brian Walsh

10’s tally is pretty good. But no one watches the network.


Considering they won mostly in “Most Popular” categories then somone must. :wink:


Good on Colin from Accounts. I wonder how much a new season will be now or if it will just be a one off.

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BINGE’s first original comedy, Colin From Accounts , has taken home three wins at tonight’s 63rd Annual TV Week Logie Awards, becoming the equal most awarded show alongside Foxtel Group original, The Twelve.

The series took out the Most Outstanding Comedy Program, the first time a streaming service has taken home the award, with creators, writers and stars of the series, Patrick Brammall and Harriet Dyer, both winning Most Outstanding Actor and Actress respectively.

The critically acclaimed 8-episode series premiered to record-breaking viewing becoming the Foxtel Group’s most watched original scripted series of all time and has since been sold to multiple territories around the world, most recently the BBC where it launched to international praise.

Patrick Brammall and Harriet Dyer said: “You don’t grow up in Australia thinking you will win a Logie. We are beyond pumped to have won this award and it means the world to be recognised with these awards, especially in your home country.”

Alison Hubert-Burns, BINGE Executive Director, said: “We are thrilled to see Colin from Accounts recognised at tonight’s Logie Awards as the equal most awarded series with three awards including for Most Outstanding Comedy Program. It was a joy to make this series with the incredibly talented Patrick and Harriet, and our producing partners at Easy Tiger and CBS Studios.

It was in the lockdown days of Covid when Brian Walsh and I first read the scripts, laughed out loud and made it our mission to get the show made. We are thrilled it has connected so strongly with audiences here and around the world.

“We congratulate Patrick and Harriet on their individual awards as Outstanding Actor and Actress along with the talented cast and creatives on creating such a heart-warming and hilarious show and their award-winning performances.’’

The ABC wins five Logie Awards

The ABC congratulates its outstanding 2023 TV Week Logie Award winners, including a second major triumph for Tony Armstrong in two years, taking out the Bert Newton Award for Most Popular Presenter.

In front of the biggest names in Australian television, the ABC’s creative talent, agenda-setting journalism and world-class content was recognised last night with a total of five Logies at the ceremony at The Star in Sydney.

The ABC took home awards in the Most Popular Actress, Most Popular Presenter, Most Outstanding Children’s Program, Most Outstanding News Coverage and Most Popular Current Affairs Program categories.

The ABC dominated nominations, with a total of 45 presenters, personalities and programs shortlisted across all genres – from drama, lifestyle, comedy and entertainment to news and current affairs.

Three ABC personalities were nominated for the prestigious Gold Logie — Australian Story and former 7.30 presenter Leigh Sales, Mad as Hell host Shaun Micallef and Mystery Road: Origin actor Mark Coles Smith. Last night, the coveted Gold Logie was won by Network Seven’s Sonia Kruger.

Kitty Flanagan, the star and creator of ABC hit program Fisk, won most popular actress while Crazy Fun Park was voted Most Outstanding Children’s Program.

ABC Chief Content Officer Chris Oliver-Taylor said: “We are delighted with the number of nominations that the ABC received and thrilled for all of the ABC’s success including Werner Production’s Crazy Fun Park, Tony Armstrong’s A Dog’s World and Kitty Flanagan for Fisk.”

Armstrong, backing up from his 2022 Graham Kennedy Award win for most popular new talent, was acknowledged by ABC News Director Justin Stevens.

“Tony Armstrong has been a star since day one on the ABC, he is a massive talent and has a huge future in front of him,” Stevens said. “We are thrilled to see him win back-to-back Logie Awards and can’t wait to see him flourish in coming years. As Tony has said, this is also recognition of the News Breakfast team and their outstanding teamwork day after day.“

Australian Story continues to produce captivating human-interest stories week after week that resonate with Australian audiences. Australian Story, this year presented by Leigh Sales, won Most Popular Current Affairs Program.

“Australian Story is a gem,” Stevens said.

“Week after week combining compelling storytelling with the highest quality journalism. For years the team has showcased the lives of countless Australians and inspired us with stories of resilience and inspiration.”

Foreign Correspondent earned the prestigious Most Outstanding News Coverage or Public Affairs Report award for its gripping report, Saving the Children, reported by Stephanie March.

See below for the full list of ABC winners:


Kitty Flanagan ­— Fisk


Tony Armstrong ­A Dog’s World with Tony Armstrong


Crazy Fun Park – Werner Productions


Australian Story


Foreign Correspondent — ‘Saving the Children’

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Was there a outstanding and popular vote for kids show? If they had a popular I imagine Bluey would have won

No. They’ve reduced/changed the Popular categories so some are only in the Most Outstanding categories, which is better.


Don’t count Fox Footy, News Breakfast, and the history show?

I don’t understand how this could be more popular than shows like Taskmaster and HYBPA?

How…??? Surely the World Cup was better? How as the Melbourne Cup nominated? :joy:

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It wasn’t more popular - it was “most outstanding”.