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DOWNTON ABBEY Wins Big at Britain's National Television Awards; Full List of Winners Announced!

January 23
7:07 2013
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At tonight's Britain's National Television Awards, CORONATION STREET, DOWNTON ABBEY, and STRICTLY COME DANCING took home the big awards! The ceremony was held at London's infamous O2 Arena. Check out the full list of winners below:

Entertainment Program: I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here!
Documentary Series: Frozen Planet
Comedy Panel Show: QI
Drama Performance (Male): Colin Morgan, Merlin
Drama Performance (Female): Miranda Hart, Call The Midwife
Daytime: This Morning
Landmark: London 2012, Lord Sebastian Coe, David Weir, Chris Hoy
Serial Drama Performance: Alan Halsall, Coronation Street
Entertainment Presenter: Ant & Dec
Factual Entertainment: Paul O'Grady: For The Love Of Dogs
Newcomer: David Witts, EastEnders
Situation Comedy: Mrs Brown's Boys
Drama: Downton Abbey
Talent Show: Strictly Come Dancing
Special Recognition: Joanna Lumley
Serial Drama: Coronation Street

Unlike other award ceremonies, the winners are decided by a vote by the public.

For the full list of nominees, click here.

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