TV Week Logie Awards nominees: Can Sonia Kruger go back-to-back with Gold Logie win?


Streaming platform dramas acknowledged, but still largely a FTA TV celebration.

Nominees for the 64th TV Week Logie Awards have been announced ahead of the August 18, 2024 awards night.

This year’s awards feature new categories alongside new Best categories.

The TV Week Logie Hall of Fame Award recipient will be announced during the awards telecast on August 18.

Gold Logie nominees

Entertainer and broadcaster, Andy Lee
Actress, Asher Keddie
Presenter and comedian, Julia Morris
Entertainer and Presenter, Larry Emdur
Presenter, Robert Irwin
Entertainer and presenter, Sonia Kruger
Presenter and broadcaster, Tony Armstrong


Sonia Kruger will join the TV elite if she scores back-to-back Gold Logie wins

If Sonia Kruger can win Gold again this year she joins a select band of people to win multiple times. Kruger has been nominated for three successive years with one Gold win in 2023. She has a long way to go to topple the most successful Gold-rushes. That belongs to Ray Martin with five Gold Logies including four successive wins from 1993 to 1996. 

Lisa McCune also has a place in the TV Week Logie history book with four successive wins from 1997 to 2000. Not far behind her is Rove McManus with three wins in a row from 2003 to 2005. Worth noting that he was also nominated for Gold another six times!

Julia Morris has been nominated for Gold in a third successive year. Asher Keddie is a former Gold winner in 2013. She is well-schooled about being gracious in defeat with five nominations and a first past the post once.

TV Week editorial director Amber Giles said: “As always, this is an exciting list of nominees for the TV Week Logie Awards with some of Australia’s best talent and shows up for awards. With the nominations announced, it’s now over to the public to have their say. The public can vote on more categories than ever before, so if you are passionate about TV and want to see your favourite stars and shows shine, then get voting!”

The TV grandmaster and the new kid on the block: Julia Morris with Robert Irwin

ABC gets Gold for nominations

When it comes to finding a champion in the TV Week Gold Logie nominations you can’t go past the ABC. The broadcaster was far and away well ahead of Seven and Nine in second and third spot.

TV Week Logies nominations by channel
ABC 50
Seven 19
Nine 16
10 10

How to Vote in TV Week Logie Awards

Voting will open for all awards from 6.00pm AEST June 23 and remain open until 7pm AEST Saturday 17 August, except for the Bert Newton Award for Most Popular Presenter and Graham Kennedy Award for Most Popular New Talent, which will close 7:30pm AEST Sunday 18 August 2024.

Voting for the TV Week Gold Logie Award for Most Popular Personality on Australian Television will close Sunday 18 June at 10:30pm AEST. Those watching at home will have the chance to help write Australian television history books, live on the night, with their vote for who should take out the evening’s big award.

Fans can now vote for their favourites from the shortlisted nominees at

Streaming platforms make a mark

The TV Week Logie Awards remain a mainly celebration of FTA television. Not that there’s anything wrong with that! Out of around 137 nominations announced this week, 101 of them are for FTA TV people and productions.

But streaming platforms are making a mark. Of the 36 nominations for streaming platforms, Netflix had the most with nine. Prime Video was close behind on 8 with Stan on 7.
If we group together all the brands under the Foxtel Group, you come to 8. That’s a long way from its glory day with 19 nominations in 2016, 20 in 2019 and 23 just last year. They might need another Wentworth? The prison drama managed seven Logies across the seasons from an impressive 27 nominations.

The hottest TV show on a streaming service was Netflix’s Boy Swallow’s Universe with a impressive eight nominations.

TV Gold


See also:
TV Week Logie Awards 2023: Sonia Kruger takes the Gold Logie, Brian Walsh into Hall of Fame

Full list of nominees

Most Popular Awards

Bert Newton Award for Most Popular Presenter

Hamish Blake, Lego Masters Australia, 9Network
Julia Morris, I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here!, Network 10
Larry Emdur, The Chase Australia and The Morning Show, Seven Network
Robert Irwin, I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here!, Network 10
Sonia Kruger, Dancing With The Stars, The Voice Australia and Big Brother, Seven Network
Tony Armstrong, ABC News Breakfast, ABC

Graham Kennedy Award for Most Popular New Talent

Alyla Browne, The Lost Flowers of Alice Hart, Prime Video
Ava Caryofyllis, Bay of Fires, ABC
Felix Cameron, Boy Swallows Universe, Netflix
Imi Mbedla, Bay of Fires, ABC
Lee Tiger Halley, Boy Swallows Universe, Netflix
Tristan Gorey, Home and Away, Seven Network

Best Awards

TV WEEK SILVER LOGIE – Best Lead Actor in a Drama

Felix Cameron, Boy Swallows Universe, Netflix
Hugo Weaving, Love Me, BINGE
Rob Collins, Total Control, ABC
Rob Collins, RFDS, Seven Network
Sam Reid, The Newsreader, ABC
Simon Baker, Boy Swallows Universe, Netflix

TV WEEK SILVER LOGIE – Best Lead Actress in a Drama

Aisha Dee, Safe Home, SBS
Anna Torv, The Newsreader, ABC
Deborah Mailman, Total Control, ABC
Phoebe Tonkin, Boy Swallows Universe, Netflix
Rachel Griffiths, Total Control, ABC
Sigourney Weaver, The Lost Flowers of Alice Hart, Prime Video

TV WEEK SILVER LOGIE – Best Lead Actor in a Comedy

Ben Feldman, Population 11, Stan
Bob Morley, In Limbo, ABC
Lincoln Younes, C*A*U*G*H*T, Stan
Matt Okine, Mother and Son, ABC
Rob Sitch, Utopia, ABC
Ryan Corr, In Limbo, ABC

TV WEEK SILVER LOGIE – Best Lead Actress in a Comedy

Celia Pacquola, Utopia, ABC
Danielle Walker, Gold Diggers, ABC
Denise Scott, Mother and Son, ABC
Kate Box, Deadloch, Prime Video
Kitty Flanagan, Utopia, ABC
Madeleine Sami, Deadloch, Prime Video

TV WEEK SILVER LOGIE – Best Supporting Actor

Bryan Brown, Boy Swallows Universe, Netflix
Guy Pearce, The Clearing, Disney+
Jay Ryan, Scrublands, Stan
Lee Tiger Halley, Boy Swallows Universe, Netflix
Stephen Curry, Bay of Fires, ABC
Travis Fimmel, Boy Swallows Universe, Netflix

TV WEEK SILVER LOGIE – Best Supporting Actress

Ariel Donoghue, Wolf Like Me, Stan
Kerry Fox, Bay of Fires, ABC
Leah Purcell, The Lost Flowers of Alice Hart, Prime Video
Mabel Li, Safe Home, SBS
Michelle Lim Davidson, The Newsreader, ABC
Sophie Wilde, Boy Swallows Universe, Netflix

TV WEEK SILVER LOGIE – Best News or Public Affairs Presenter

Ally Langdon, A Current Affair, 9Network
David Speers, Insiders, ABC
Liz Hayes, Under Investigation with Liz Hayes, 9Network
Michael Usher, 7NEWS and 7NEWS Spotlight, Seven Network
Peter Overton, 9News, 9Network
Sarah Ferguson, 7.30, ABC


Best Drama Program

Love Me, BINGE
NCIS: Sydney, Paramount+
RFDS, Seven Network
The Newsreader, ABC
The Tourist, Stan
Total Control, ABC

Best Miniseries or Telemovie

Boy Swallows Universe, Netflix
Erotic Stories , SBS
Safe Home, SBS
The Claremont Murders, Seven Network
The Clearing, Disney+
The Lost Flowers of Alice Hart, Prime Video

Best Entertainment Program

ABC New Year’s Eve, ABC
Australian Idol, Seven Network
Dancing With The Stars, Seven Network
Take 5 With Zan Rowe, ABC
The Voice Australia, Seven Network
Vision Australia’s Carols by Candlelight, 9Network

Best Current Affairs Program

7.30, ABC
60 Minutes, 9Network
A Current Affair, 9Network
Australian Story, ABC
Foreign Correspondent, ABC
Four Corners, ABC

Best Scripted Comedy Program

Deadloch, Prime Video
In Limbo, ABC
Mother and Son, ABC
Population 11, Stan
Strife, BINGE
Utopia, ABC

Best Comedy Entertainment Program

Gruen, ABC
Hard Quiz, ABC
Have You Been Paying Attention?, Network 10
Thank God You’re Here, Network 10
The Weekly With Charlie Pickering, ABC
The Yearly With Charlie Pickering, ABC

Best Competition Reality Program

Alone Australia, SBS
Australian Survivor: Titans V Rebels, Network 10
I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here!, Network 10
Lego Masters Australia, 9Network
MasterChef Australia, Network 10
The Block, 9Network

Best Structured Reality Program

Farmer Wants A Wife, Seven Network
Gogglebox Australia, FOXTEL and Network 10
Married at First Sight, 9Network
Muster Dogs, ABC
Old People’s Home For Teenagers, ABC
SAS Australia, Seven Network

Best Lifestyle Program

Better Homes and Gardens, Seven Network
Gardening Australia, ABC
Love It Or List It Australia, FOXTEL
Restoration Australia, ABC
Selling Houses Australia, FOXTEL
Travel Guides, 9Network

Best News Coverage or Public Affairs Report

A Silver Lining: Silverchair, Australian Story, ABC
Ben Roberts-Smith: The Truth, 60 Minutes, 9Network
Bishop of Broome, 7NEWS, Seven Network
Israel-Hamas War, 7NEWS, Seven Network
Old School – Louise Milligan, Four Corners, ABC
The Forever War – John Lyons, Four Corners, ABC

Best Factual or Documentary Program

Hot Potato: The Story of The Wiggles, Prime Video
John Farnham: Finding The Voice, Seven Network
Matildas: The World at Our Feet, Disney+
Nemesis, ABC
Revealed: Ben Roberts-Smith Truth on Trial, Stan
War On Waste, ABC

Best Sports Coverage

2023 AFL Finals Series, Seven Network
NRL Grand Final 2023, 9Network
2023 State of Origin, 9Network
Australian Open, 9Network
FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023™, Seven Network
Fox League Las Vegas Week, FOXTEL and Kayo Sports

Best Children’s Program

Beep and Mort, ABC
Bluey, ABC
Eddie’s Lil’ Homies, NITV and Netflix
Gardening Australia Junior, ABC
Ginger and the Vegesaurs, ABC
Play School, ABC

The TV WEEK Logie Awards is proudly supported by the NSW Government through its tourism and major events agency, Destination NSW.
The 64th TV WEEK Logie Awards will be broadcast exclusively on Channel Seven and 7plus on Sunday 18 August with comedian Sam Pang as host.

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