Hit Australian show PACKED TO THE RAFTERS triumphed at the 51st TV Week Logie Awards on Sunday (03May09), taking home most of the major honours of the night.
Rebecca Gibney, who plays Julie Rafter in the show, beat hot favourites Ian Smith and Kate Ritchie to take the Gold Logie for most popular personality, as well as walking away with the most popular actress honour.
The series took the most popular drama nod, as well as most popular new talents for Jessica Marais and Hugh Sheridan. Marais also won the Graham Kennedy Award for outstanding new talent.
Hit show Underbelly won the outstanding drama prize and its stars Gyton Grantley and Kat Stewart won outstanding actor and actress respectively.
Most popular actor went to Home And Away star Todd Lasance at the annual event, which honours the best in Australian television from the previous year.
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