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The stars were out in force on the red carpet at The Hilton on Park Lane this week, for the event that’s become a highlight of the showbiz calendar.

The TV Choice Awards 2024 celebrated another great year in TV. And the glitzy ceremony saw some of Britain’s biggest celebrity names scoop the coveted trophies, as voted by the British viewing public.

 As the Awards celebrated its 27th year of honouring TV’s best stars and shows we welcomed comedian, writer and presenter Tom Allen for his debut stint hosting the ceremony.


For a number of TV favourites tonight meant another TV Choice award for the trophy cabinet – as Call The Midwife, The Great British Bake Off and I’m A Celebrity…Get Me Out Of Here! added to their haul, making it an astounding 18th win for Ant and Dec’s show.

Meanwhile The Chase triumphed in our new category, Best Game Show. Another innovation for the Awards saw us reward viewers’ Favourite Channel/Streaming Site, with Netflix taking that prize home.


There’s always a tough battle in the drama categories and following a lauded third and final series for Sally Wainwright’s Happy Valley, the show bowed out with a win for Best Drama and for Sarah Lancashire as Best Actress, while Martin Clunes was named Best Actor for his final run as Doc Martin. And there was celebration for Death In Paradise spin-off Beyond Paradise, as Kris Marshall’s show was named Best New Drama.


Meanwhile it was another good night for Emmerdale. Jeff Hordley won his first TV Choice Best Soap Actor award for his role as Cain Dingle, while the show was named Best Soap again, following on from its 2022 win.


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