Broadcasters congratulate Logie nominees

Broadcasters congratulate Logie nominees

Broadcasters celebrate their nominations in today 63rd Television Week Logie Awards.


ABC Chief Content Office Chris Oliver-Taylor said: “Congratulations to all of our nominees, from our presenters and cast members to everyone behind the scenes who have helped give Australians some of the best entertainment to come. found anywhere in the world. We are looking forward to great success Logical night in Sydney on Sunday 30th July.”


Amanda Laing, Chief Content and Commercial Officer at Foxtel Group, said: “We are thrilled to be honored with 17 nominations in our stellar list of local original drama, lifestyle and reality programming. We’ve had a huge year launching Australian Originals to critical acclaim and breaking viewing records, as well as greenlighting exciting new projects for the future. Together with individual submissions, these submissions showcase our commitment to discovering and supporting Australian stories and talent on screen, as well as producing premium television for our clients. Our beloved colleague Brian Walsh was behind each of these nominations, especially his passion project The Twelve so we celebrate and honor him as part of this incredible recognition. THE Logical are a special time each year to celebrate the Australian television industry and our collective achievements and we look forward to the ceremony on 30 July.”


Patrick Brammall and Harriet Dyer said: “We are over the moon about these nominations! Thank you television week Logical! Being considered for Outstanding is so exciting; but for Patty to be considered popular and not Harri actually makes sense. Ask his high school classmates.

Alison Hurbert-Burns, executive director of Binge, said: “We are thrilled to see our original Binge, Colin of Continominated this year Logie Awards. It has been a real pleasure to create this show with Patrick and Harriet and our producing partners Easy Tiger Productions and CBS Studios and it has captured the hearts of Australians. From the debut in December, Colin of accounts became the most watched original scripted series in the history of Binge and the Foxtel group and captivated overseas audiences.

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