Break out the black tie and ball gowns, because the date for TV’s night of nights for 2017 has been set!
The 59th TV WEEK Logie Awards will take place on Sunday, April 23, 2017 at Crown Entertainment Complex’s Palladium Room in Melbourne.
Everyone around the country can join in on the action, as the awards will once again be telecast on the Nine Network all across Australia. TV fans, now is the time to make your voice heard. Was Rodger Corser as the lead in Doctor Doctor your television highlight? Or was it seeing Nina Proudman from Offspring back on our screens? Maybe Danielle Cormack as Bea Smith in the dramatic finale of Wentworth was your favourite moment?
Did Richard Roxburgh as bad boy Cleaver Greene in Rake win you over? Or the cast of the gritty drama Deep Water? Did No Activity leave you in stitches? Perhaps you can’t stop thinking about the moment Brax, played by Stephen Peacocke, left Summer Bay in Home And Away. “We want TV fans across the country to let us know which television shows and stars they have enjoyed watching this year,” TV WEEK Editor Emma Nolan says.
The official voting period for the 59th TV WEEK Logie Awards opens on Monday, November 21, and closes on Sunday, December 18. This is the public’s only chance to vote in the “Best” categories, which include Best New Talent, Best Actress, Best Actor and Best Presenter. Most importantly, viewers need to remember that this is also the only chance they have to cast their vote for who they think should take out the TV WEEK Gold Logie Award for Best Personality on Australian TV.
In 2017, there will be 27 Logies awarded on the night, including the new addition of Most Outstanding Factual Or Documentary Program. “We are thrilled to be bringing together Australia’s biggest stars for this fantastic event,” TV WEEK General Manager Jayne Ferguson says. “It is a shorter voting period this year, so we are urging people to head to www.tvweeklogieawards.com.au and cast their votes early.”