The BBC lead this year's winners of the 18th annual Edinburgh TV Awards which were today revealed in an awards ceremony at the Edinburgh TV Festival hosted by Mo Gilligan.
The BBC lead this year's winners with seven victories across the board including the coveted Channel of the Year gong for BBC One, which last year went to Channel 5.
Channel 4 took home two awards, whilst Channel 5, MTV and Sky took home one award each.
This year's new categories included Online Channel of the Year, UK Broadcaster VOD of the Year and Small Indie of the Year and award-winning actor, director, singer, musician, screenwriter and author, Hugh Laurie CBE received the Edinburgh TV Festival’s Outstanding Achievement Award.
The TV Moment of the Year category, voted for exclusively by delegates via the Festival app saw 'The English Conkers Crisis' from Bros: After the Screaming Stops claim victory.
The winners for this year's Edinburgh TV Awards are in full...
Channel of the Year Award
Best Specialist Channel
UK Broadcaster VOD of the Year
Online Channel of the Year
Production Company of the Year
Small Indie of the Year
Best International Drama
Killing Eve (BBC One, BBC Three)
Best UK Drama
Patrick Melrose (Sky Atlantic)
Best Documentary Programme
The Abused (Channel 5)
Best Popular Factual Series
Old People’s Home for 4 Year Olds (Channel 4)
Best Entertainment Series
Gogglebox (Channel 4)
Best Comedy Series
Fleabag (BBC Three)
Best Breakthrough Talent
Nabhaan Rizwan, Informer (BBC One)
TV Moment of the Year
The English Conkers Crisis from Bros: After the Screaming Stops (BBC Four)
Outstanding Achievement Award
Hugh Laurie CBE
This year's Edinburgh TV Festival runs from Wednesday 21st to Friday 23rd August and you can book tickets here