The 48th annual TV Week Logie Awards will be held at Melbourne's Crown Entertainment Complex on May 7.

Public Voted Categories

Most Popular Personality (Gold Logie)

  • Natalie Bassingthwaighte
  • Bridie Carter
  • Bec Hewitt
  • Rove McManus
  • Bert Newton
  • Ada Nicodemou
  • Kate Ritchie
  • John Wood

Most Popular Actress

  • Natalie Bassingthwaighte (Neighbours, Network Ten)
  • Bridie Carter (McLeod's Daughters, Nine Network)
  • Bec Hewitt (Home And Away, Channel Seven)
  • Ada Nicodemou (Home And Away, Channel Seven)
  • Kate Ritchie (Home And Away, Channel Seven)

Most Popular Actor

  • Chris Hemsworth (Home And Away, Channel Seven)
  • Aaron Jeffery (McLeod's Daughters, Nine Network)
  • Joel McIlroy (Home And Away, Channel Seven)
  • Glenn Robbins (Da Kath & Kim Code, ABC)
  • John Wood (Blue Heelers, Channel Seven)

Most Popular TV Presenter

  • Melissa Doyle (Sunrise, Channel Seven)
  • David Koch (Sunrise, Channel Seven)
  • Rove McManus (Rove Live, Network Ten)
  • Andrew O'Keefe (Deal Or No Deal, Channel Seven)
  • Tom Williams (The Great Outdoors/The Mole, Channel Seven)

Most Popular Australian Drama Series

  • All Saints, Channel Seven
  • Blue Heelers, Channel Seven
  • Home And Away, Channel Seven
  • McLeod's Daughters, Nine Network
  • Neighbours, Network Ten

Most Popular New Female Talent

  • Pippa Black (Neighbours, Network Ten)
  • Jodi Gordon (Home And Away, Channel Seven)
  • Jennifer Hawkins (The Great Outdoors, Channel Seven)
  • Rachael Taylor (Headland, Channel Seven)
  • Sharni Vinson (Home And Away, Channel Seven)

Most Popular New Male Talent

  • Adam Hills (Spicks & Specks, ABC)
  • Paul O'Brien (Home And Away, Channel Seven)
  • Dan O'Connor (Neighbours, Network Ten)
  • Jonny Pasvolsky (McLeod's Daughters, Nine Network)
  • Rhys Wakefield (Home And Away, Channel Seven)

Most Popular Lifestyle Program

  • Backyard Blitz, Nine Network
  • Better Homes And Gardens, Channel Seven
  • Getaway, Nine Network
  • The Great Outdoors, Channel Seven
  • Renovation Rescue, Nine Network

Most Popular Sports Program

  • Before The Game, Network Ten
  • The Footy Show AFL, Nine Network
  • The Footy Show NRL, Nine Network
  • RPM, Network Ten
  • Sports Tonight, Network Ten

Most Popular Reality Program

  • Australian Idol, Network Ten
  • Big Brother, Network Ten
  • Border Security, Channel Seven
  • The Mole, Channel Seven
  • RPA, Nine Network

Most Popular Light Entertainment/Comedy Program

  • Dancing With The Stars, Channel Seven
  • Deal Or No Deal, Channel Seven
  • The Glass House, ABC
  • Rove Live, Network Ten
  • Spicks & Specks, ABC

Industry Voted Categories:

Most Outstanding Drama Series

Most Outstanding Actor in a Drama Series

  • Brendan Cowell (Love My Way, Foxtel)
  • John Howard (All Saints, Channel Seven)
  • Alex O'Loughlin (The Incredible Journey Of Mary Bryant, Network Ten)
  • John Wood (Blue Heelers, Channel Seven)
  • Dan Wyllie (Love My Way, Foxtel)

Most Outstanding Actress in a Drama Series

  • Justine Clarke (The Surgeon, Network Ten)
  • Romola Garai (The Incredible Journey Of Mary Bryant, Network Ten)
  • Claudia Karvan (Love My Way, Foxtel)
  • Asher Keddie (Love My Way, Foxtel)
  • Lisa McCune (Hell Has Harbour Views, ABC)

Most Outstanding Mini Series/Telemovie

  • Da Kath & Kim Code, ABC
  • Hell Has Harbour Views, ABC
  • The Incredible Journey Of Mary Bryant, Network Ten
  • Little Oberon, Nine Network
  • Small Claims: White Wedding, Network Ten

Most Outstanding News Coverage

  • Aceh: Last Man Standing, ABC
  • The Bali Nine, Network Ten
  • New Orleans Rescue, Channel Seven
  • Schapelle Corby Verdict, Channel Seven
  • Vivian Solon, Lateline, ABC

Most Outstanding Public Affairs Program

  • After The Waves: Asia's Tsunami, One Year On (The 7.30 Report, ABC)
  • Inside Indonesia's Sex Trade (Dateline, SBS)
  • The Gathering Storm (Australian Story, ABC)
  • Hands Off (60 Minutes, Nine Network)
  • Melbourne Confidential (Four Corners, ABC)

Most Outstanding Documentary Series

  • The Colony, SBS
  • Divorce Stories, SBS
  • Frank Hurley: The Man Who Made History, ABC
  • He's Coming South: The Attack On Sydney Harbour, Foxtel
  • Revealing Gallipoli, ABC

Most Outstanding Comedy Program

  • Comedy Inc: The Late Shift, Nine Network
  • The Glass House, ABC
  • The Ronnie Johns Half Hour, Network Ten
  • Spicks & Specks, ABC
  • We Can Be Heroes, ABC

Most Outstanding Sports Coverage

  • Most outstanding sports coverage
  • AFL Grand Final, Network Ten
  • Australian Open Tennis, Channel Seven
  • Emirates Melbourne Cup Day, Channel Seven
  • Lexmark Indy 300, Network Ten
  • Super Cheap Auto 1000, Network Ten

Most Outstanding Children's Program

  • Blue Water High, ABC
  • Camp Orange, Foxtel
  • Hi-5, Nine Network
  • Scope, Network Ten
  • Wicked Science, Network Ten

Graham Kennedy award for most outstanding new talent

  • Heath Franklin (The Ronnie Johns Half Hour, Network Ten)
  • Adam Hills (Spicks & Specks, ABC)
  • Chris Lilley (We Can Be Heroes, ABC)
  • Matt Shirvington (Beyond Tomorrow, Channel Seven)
  • Kat Stewart (Supernova, Foxtel)

Hall of Fame Inductee

  • Play School