TV Choice Awards
6:55am 9th September 2014
EastEnders was the big winner at the TV Choice Awards picking up best soap and the top soap actor prizes.
Danny Dyer and Lindsey Coulson - who play Queen Vic landlord Mick Carter and Carol Jackson - were both honoured at the event last night.
The drama Sherlock won two awards, while Ant and Dec's Saturday Night Takeaway, I'm A Celebrity and Britain's Got Talent were also recognised.
Here is a full list of winners at the TV Choice Awards:
Best Soap - EastEnders
Best New Drama - Happy Valley
Best Drama Series - Sherlock
Special Contribution To Television - EastEnders
Special Contribution To Television - 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 and Dec's Saturday Night Takeaway
Best Factual Entertainment and 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, EastEnders
Best Soap Newcomer - Kirsty-Leigh Porter, Hollyoaks
Best Soap Actress - Lindsey Coulson, EastEnders
Best Soap Storyline - Hayley's Cancer, Coronation Street
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