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ABC Dominates 2024 TV Week Logie Award Nominations

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Abc Dominates 2024 Tv Week Logie Award Nominations

ABC has secured an impressive 51 nominations at the 2024 TV Week Logie Awards, marking a significant presence for the public broadcaster in the prestigious event.

Among the top contenders are ABC News Breakfast’s Tony Armstrong, who is vying for the title of Australia’s most popular personality, contending against the likes of Robert Irwin, the new co-host of ‘I’m A Celebrity‚Ķ Get Me Out Of Here!’

The Logie Awards, set to take place in Sydney, will be hosted by comedian Sam Pang, with the ceremony scheduled to be broadcast on Sunday, August 18.

The 64th TV Week Logie Awards will see new categories introduced, expanding the scope of recognition across various genres including drama, comedy, entertainment, reality TV, lifestyle, news, and sports.

Notable nominees for the prestigious Gold Logie Award include Andy Lee, Asher Keddie, Julia Morris, Larry Emdur, Sonia Kruger, Robert Irwin, and Tony Armstrong, with the latter two receiving their first Gold Logie nods.

Voting for the awards is already underway, with general voting set to close on August 16 while Gold Logie, most popular presenter, and new talent voting will conclude on the night of the Logies, June 18.

The diverse range of nominees spans across various categories, with standout contenders such as Felix Cameron, Hugo Weaving, Rob Collins, Aisha Dee, Anna Torv, and many others representing a wide array of talent in the Australian television industry.

Some of the nominated programs include popular shows like ‘Boy Swallows Universe,’ ‘The Newsreader,’ ‘Utopia,’ ‘Dancing With The Stars,’ ‘MasterChef Australia,’ ‘Gogglebox Australia,’ and ‘War On Waste,’ among others.

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