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Anzac Girls Best on the Box

TV Guide’s vox pop gong fest threw up plenty of predictable winners, and a couple of surprises to boot.

Anzac Girls' Antonia Prebble

Anzac Girls’ Antonia Prebble

For the ninth time in 13 editions of the awards, Robyn Malcolm took the Best Actress award, this year for Agent Anna. Shane Cortese scored a hat-trick for Nothing Trivial, winning Best Actor for the third year running.

Anzac Girls, featuring another Outrageous Fortune alumna, took the Best Drama award. Despite screening on the generally lower-rating Prime, the Screentime show may have benefitted by having screened here very close to the voting period after its earlier run in Australia.

Having won at last year’s NZ Film Awards and been the big winner at the Doc Edge awards Erebus: Operation Overdue took the Best Documentary gong.

The Best On The Box winners included:

Best Actor
Shane Cortese, Nothing Trivial: The Finale

Best Actress
Robyn Malcom, Agent Anna

Best Presenter, News
Hilary Barry, 3 News

Best Presenter, General
Annabel Langbein, Annabel Langbein The Free Range Cook: Through The Seasons

Best Presenter, Weather
Jim Hickey, One News

Best Presenter, Current Affairs
John Campbell, Campbell Live

Best Presenter, Sport
Jenny-May Coffin, Code

Funniest Person on TV
Dai Henwood, 7 Days

Best News
One News

Best Current Affairs
Campbell Live

Best Special Event
Anzac Day coverage

Best Documentary
Erebus: Operation Overdue

Best Documentary Series
Nigel Latta

Best Sports Show
ITM Fishing Show

Best Kids Show
What Now

Best Reality Contest
The Block NZ

Best Reality Series
Police Ten 7

Best Drama Series
Anzac Girls

Best One-Off Drama
Nothing Trivial: The Finale

Best Comedy
7 Days

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