Voting for the sixth annual I Talk Telly Awards took place across two weeks in November, where a record-breaking 500,000 votes were cast, making it the biggest awards yet - in a year where we've never needed television more.
Dennis Nilsen drama Des and lockdown comedy Staged picked up two awards each, including Best New Drama and Best New Comedy making it four wins for David Tennant who also picked up Best Dramatic Performance and Best Comedy Partnership, an award he shares with Michael Sheen. Or should that be an award Michael Sheen shares with David Tennant?
Anyway, in true keeping to the hit BBC One comedy, both Sheen and Tennant have recorded a short 3-minute video in which David breaks the news to Michael of their I Talk Telly Awards win - which you can watch here alongside a thank you video from Georgia Tennant.
Fresh off the back of this year's I'm A Celebrity...Get Me Out of Here!, Ant & Dec were thrilled when they were told of their three wins; Best Entertainment Show for Saturday Night Takeaway, Best Reality TV Show for last year's I'm A Celeb and Best TV Presenting Partnership. You can watch what happened when Dec broke the news to Ant here.
Ahead of Coronation Street's big 60th anniversary, the soap has won three awards this year including Best Soap Newcomer for Gareth Pierce who recently joined as Todd Grimshaw and Best Soap Performance for Jane Danson who has had the nation in tears thanks to recent heartbreaking scenes involving her character Leanne Battersby.
And Best Soap Partnership went to Ian Bartholomew and Shelley King who have made a huge impact playing Geoff and Yasmeen ahead of what promises to be a very dramatic week for them on screen.
Whilst Corrie picked up three awards it was EastEnders who took home Best Soap, themselves having celebrated 35 years on air back in February.
Following on from the success at last year's awards, Ricky Gervais' After Life picks up another two wins, Best Returning Comedy and Best Comedy Performance - making it the second year running for Ricky's performance as Tony in the hit Netflix series to be recognised.
And in the remaining comedy and drama categories; the sixth and final season of Schitt's Creek won Best International Comedy, the third season of The Crown won Best Returning Drama, the second season of The Umbrella Academy won Best US Drama whilst Jodie Comer and Sandra Oh have won Best Dramatic Partnership for Killing Eve, for the second year in a row.
The award for Best Breakthrough was announced exclusively during Tuesday's Loose Women by Ruth Langsford, when she presented Judi Love with her award live on the show, leaving the comedian and panelist overwhelmed at the news!
And on Thursday, Phillip Schofield and Holly Willoughby opened This Morning with the exclusive news that they had won Best Daytime Show and also shared the news that Alison Hammond had been voted Best TV Presenter for her work on the show.
Elsewhere, Gogglebox was awarded Best Factual Entertainment for the second year in a row, The Late Late Show with James Corden was voted Best International Entertainment Series for the sixth year running and Little Mix The Search beat off stiff competition to be awarded Best Talent Show for its first series.
And Mo Gilligan's Black, British and Funny was voted Best Documentary whilst lockdown favourite Tiger King was awarded Best US Factual.
With this category's nominations decided entirely by the readers of I Talk Telly back in October, Diversity's Britain's Got Talent performance - reflecting on life in. 2020 - fought off tough competition, including Nessa's proposal to Smithy in Gavin & Stacey, to be crowned TV Moment of the Year.
You can view all of this year's winners at italktelly.com/awards2020 and watch acceptance videos from; Ant & Dec, David Tennant & Michael Sheen, Georgia Tennant, Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield, James Corden, Judi Love, Lee and Jenny from Gogglebox, Mo Gilligan and Ricky Gervais.
As well as soap stars Balvinder Sopal, Gareth Pierce, Ian Bartholomew, Jane Danson, Lorraine Stanley, Shelley King and Zack Morris.
The I Talk Telly Awards will return in 2021
Full list of winners also available here:
Best New Comedy
Best Returning Comedy
Best Comedy Performance
Ricky Gervais, After Life
Best Comedy Partnership
David Tennant & Michael Sheen, Staged
Best International Comedy
Best New Drama
Best Returning Drama
Best Dramatic Performance
David Tennant, Des
Best Dramatic Partnership
Jodie Comer & Sandra Oh, Killing Eve
Best US Drama
The Umbrella Academy
Best Entertainment Show
Ant & Dec's Saturday Night Takeaway
Best Factual Entertainment
Best Reality TV Show
I'm A Celebrity...Get Me Out of Here!
Best International Entertainment Series
The Late Late Show with James Corden
Best Talent Show
Little Mix The Search
Best Daytime Show
Best TV Presenter
Alison Hammond, This Morning
Best TV Presenting Partnership
Ant & Dec, Ant & Dec's Saturday Night Takeaway
Mo Gilligan: Black, British & Funny
Best US Factual
Judi Love, Loose Women
TV Moment of the Year
Diversity's BGT Performance, Britain's Got Talent
Best Soap Newcomer
Gareth Pierce, Coronation Street
Best Soap Performance
Jane Danson, Coronation Street
Best Soap Partnership
Ian Bartholomew & Shelley King, Coronation Street