Didn’t watch the Logies? Here are all the winners in one place.

The 2016 Logies are over and the queens and kings of Australian television have retired their #logie tweets for another year.

The nominees for 2016 were a culturally diverse slice of the Australian screen, indicating a positive and progressive step towards equal representation.

The winners for all 24 categories have been listed below:

Gold Logie: Best Personality on Australian TV.

Waleed Aly, Channel 10.

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Best Actor.

Erik Thompson, 800 Words. Channel 7.

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Best Actress.

Jessica Marais - Love Child. Channel 9.

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Best Presenter.

Waleed Aly - The Project, Channel 10.

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Best New Talent.

Adam Doville, Better Homes and Gardens, Channel 7.

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Best Drama Program.

Glitch, ABC.

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Best Entertainment Program.

Family Feud, Channel 10.

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Best News Panel or Current Affairs Program.

The Project, Channel 10.

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Best Reality Program.

The Block, Channel 9.

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Best Sports Program.

The NRL Footy Show, Nine Network.

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Best Lifestyle Program.

The Living Room, Channel 10.

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Best Factual Program.

Gogglebox, Channel 10.

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Most Outstanding Actor.

ALEX DIMITRIADES - Matt Bashir, The Principal, SBS

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Most Outstanding Actress.

DEBORAH MAILMAN - Lorraine, Redfern Now: Promise Me, ABC

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Most Outstanding Supporting Actor.

Tim Minchin. Jacob, No Activity, STAN, AND Smasher Sullivan, The Secret River, ABC

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Most Outstanding Supporting Actress.

Celia Ireland.

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Most Outstanding Drama Series.

Home and Away, Channel 7.

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Most Outstanding Miniseries or Telemovie.

The Secret River, ABC

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Most Outstanding Entertainment Program.

Gruen, ABC

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Most Outstanding Comedy Program.

Shaun Mcauliffe's Mad As Hell, ABC.

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Most Outstanding Children's Program.

Ready For This, ABC3

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Most Outstanding Sports Coverage.

KFC T20 Big Bash League, NETWORK TEN.

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Most Outstanding News Coverage.

“Parramatta Shooting” - Seven News,  Channel 7.

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Most Outstanding Public Affairs Report.

“The Killing Season” - The Killing Season, ABC

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Hall of Fame.

Noni Hazelhurst.

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