The votes have been counted and the results for the fourteenth annual Televisual Bulldog Awards are now online.

Big winners this time include BBC Studios’ Natural History Unit’s Blue Planet II, which picked up the Best Cinematography, Best Music and Best Specialist Factual awards.

There were two awards as well for BBC Studios in association with Studio Lambert’s Three Girls which won both the Best Drama One Off or Serial and Best Editing awards.
 
Televisual’s readers voted the third series of Catastrophe from Avalon Television, Merman and Birdbath Productions as best comedy and Kudos was voted Best Indie.
 
Other winners include World Productions’ Line of Duty 4 and So Television’s The Graham Norton Show.  BBC Studio’s Strictly, Wimbledon coverage and Glastonbury coverage also won awards. Best doc awards went to Rio Ferdinand: Being Mum and Dad from Only The Best Productions  and Hospital from Label 1 Television.

The factual entertainment vote went to Old People’s Home for 4 Year Olds by CPL Productions and the vfx vote was won by Netflix’s Black Mirror 4 made by House of Tomorrow.
 
The full list of winners can be seen here and in a special supplement in the Summer issue of Televisual. All the winners will be invited to pick up their awards at a dinner at The Cafe Royal in July.

A ‘Best in Show’ prize will also be awarded at the winners’ dinner to the programme that garnered the most votes overall.
 
The Televisual Bulldog Awards are voted for by the readers of Televisual Magazine and pick out the best UK programmes and indies of the previous year.

Staff Reporter