SBS scoops two awards at the Logies

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SBS series Housos won the Most Outstanding Light Entertainment Program.

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It beat ABC comedies It’s A Date, Please Like Me and Upper Middle Bogan and the Nine Network’s singing series The Voice in the peer-voted category.

Comedian Paul Fenech accepted the award.

“We make comedy for real battlers, real people,” Fenech said.

“We’ve been pumping it hard for real Aussies in Australia.

“This is a great for win for a true people of Australia….against The Voice, c’mon, Ricky Martin.”

Malaysian-born actor Remy Hii also won the Graham Kennedy Award for most outstanding newcomer for his starring role in the SBS drama, Better Man.

Remy played convicted drug trafficker Van Tuong Nguyen in the four-part series.

As part of the prize, he wins a trip to Hollywood, a one-year scholarship at Stella Adler Academy Of Acting And Theatre in Los Angeles, and industry mentoring.

SBS was nominated for 10 awards including in the news and current affairs section, documentary and the drama series, Better Man, which won its star Remy Hii the Graham Kennedy Award for Most Outstanding Newcomer.

SBS Indigenous network, NITV received its first Logie nomination, with Move it Mobstyle nominated in the Most Outstanding Children’s Program category.

SBS Managing Director Michael Ebeid said he is delighted with the industry recognition.

“SBS’s success at this year’s Logie Awards is a testament to the bold and thought-provoking content SBS continues to deliver for all Australians, as well as the hard work and creativity of our talented team.

“…It is excellent to have the support of our audience and to receive such recognition from the industry”.

Winners at the 2014 TV Logie Awards

GOLD LOGIE

Scott Cam (The Block, Nine Network)

MOST OUTSTANDING ACTOR

Lachy Hulme (Power Games: The Packer Murdoch Story, Nine Network)

MOST OUTSTANDING ACTRESS

Asher Keddie (Nina Proudman, Offspring, Network Ten)

MOST POPULAR ACTOR

Chris Lilley, (Ja’mie King, Ja’mie: Private School Girl, ABC1)

MOST POPULAR ACTRESS

Asher Keddie (Nina Proudman, Offspring, Network Ten)

MOST OUTSTANDING MINISERIES OR TELEMOVIE

Top of the Lake(Foxtel/UKTV)

MOST OUTSTANDING DRAMA SERIES

Redfern Now (ABC1)

GRAHAM KENNEDY AWARD FOR MOST OUTSTANDING NEWCOMER

Remy Hii (Better Man, SBS ONE)

MOST OUTSTANDING LIGHT ENTERTAINMENT PROGRAM

Housos (SBS One)

MOST OUTSTANDING NEWS COVERAGE

NSW Bushfires (Nine News, Nine Network)

MOST OUTSTANDING PUBLIC AFFAIRS REPORT

Prisoner X – The Australian Connection (Foreign Correspondent, ABC1)

MOST OUTSTANDING FACTUAL PROGRAM

Kings Cross ER: St Vincent’s Hospital (Foxtel/Crime&Investigation Network)

MOST OUTSTANDING SPORTS COVERAGE

2013 Emirates Melbourne Cup Carnival (Seven)

MOST OUTSTANDING CHILDREN’S PROGRAM

Nowhere Boys (ABC3)

MOST POPULAR SPORTS PROGRAM

The NRL Footy Show (Nine Network)

MOST POPULAR LIFESTYLE PROGRAM

Better Homes and Gardens (Seven)

MOST OUTSTANDING LIGHT ENTERTAINMENT PROGRAM

Hamish and Andy’s Gap Year in Asia (Nine Network)

MOST POPULAR DRAMA

Home and Away (Seven)

MOST POPULAR PRESENTER

Scott Cam (The Block, Nine Network)

MOST POPULAR REALITY PROGRAM

My Kitchen Rules (Seven)

MOST POPULAR NEW TALENT

Bonnie Sveen (Ricky Sharpe, Home and Away, Seven)

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