Here Are All The Winners From The 2015 TV Week Logie Awards

The 2015 TV Week Logie Awards were held overnight in Melbourne and, despite not walking away with any actual hardware, SBS newsreader and living legend Lee Lin Chin walked away as the overall winner, thanks to the below sartorial situation: 
The Project‘s Carrie Bickmore won the Gold Logie for ‘Most Popular TV Personality,’ and dedicated the award to her late husband, wearing a beanie to honour his cancer journey. 
“I want to ask anybody that’s on TV in Australia tomorrow to whack on a beanie,” she said. “I want to get the nation talking about brain cancer. It receives next to no funding, which is ludicrous because without funding more people are going to die.”

Home And Away was a big winner, with a ‘Most Popular Actor’ award for Stephen Peacocke, and an induction into the Logie ‘Hall of Fame.’ Asher Keddie took home ‘Most Popular Actress,’ and prison drama Wentworth also won big.
The complete list of winners is below:
Audience Voted Categories: 

Gold Logie for Most Popular Personality on TV: Carrie Bickmore (The Project, Ten)
Most Popular Actor: Stephen Peacocke (Home and Away, Seven)
Most Popular Actress: Asher Keddie (Offspring, Ten)
Most Popular Presenter: Carrie Bickmore (The Project, Ten)
Most Popular Drama Program: Home and Away (Seven)
Most Popular Entertainment Program: Hamish & Andy’s Gap Year, South America (Nine)
Most Popular Reality Program: The Block (Nine)
Most Popular Sports Program: The NRL Footy Show (Nine)
Most Popular Lifestyle Program: The Living Room (Ten)
Most Popular New Talent: Miranda Tapsell (Love Child, Nine)

Peer-Voted Categories:

Gold Logie TV Week Hall of Fame: Home and Away (Seven)
Most Outstanding Actor: Luke Arnold (INXS: Never Tear Us Apart, Seven)
Most Outstanding Actress: Danielle Cormack (Wentworth, Soho)
Most Outstanding Drama Series: Wentworth (Soho)
Most Outstanding Miniseries or Telemovie: Devil’s Playground (Showcase)
Most Outstanding Entertainment Program: The Voice (Nine)
Most Outstanding Comedy Program: Utopia (ABC)
Most Outstanding News Coverage: Lindt Cafe Siege, Seven News (Seven)
Most Outstanding Public Affairs Report: “Banking Bad”, Four Corners (ABC)
Most Outstanding Factual Program: First Contact (SBS One)
Most Outstanding Sports Coverage: 2014 FIFA World Cup (SBS One) 

Most Outstanding Children’s Program: Nowhere Boys (ABC3)
Graham Kennedy Award For Most Outstanding Newcomer [and Most Outstanding Speech On Diversity In Television]: Miranda Tapsell (Love Child, Nine)

Lee Lin Chin will be coming in hot next time, don’t you worry:
via Farifax.
Photo: Ryan Pierse / Scott Barbour via Getty Images.