TV Week Logie Awards
TV Week Logie Awards
Australia’s most celebrated awards ceremony will be broadcast LIVE on Channel Nine from 7.00pm on Sunday, April 23, when a roll-call of the biggest names in television come together at Melbourne’s Crown Entertainment Complex for the 59th TV Week Logie Awards.
Viewers will have front-row seats to television’s night of nights when the special broadcast commences with all the glamour and style of the red carpet arrivals. TODAY show hosts Lisa Wilkinson, Karl Stefanovic and Sylvia Jeffreys will present a glittering preview of the Logie Awards with exclusive access to Australia’s hottest stars. Red carpet arrivals will also stream live on 9Now.com.au from 4.00pm.
Then at 7.30pm the TV Week Logie Awards will see all your favourite television programs, presenters and actors acclaimed for their contribution to the local industry. A total of 27 awards will be handed out, including the Gold Logie for Best Personality on Australian television. And a legend of the industry will be honoured when the 34th inductee into the TV Week Logie Hall of Fame is announced.
A massive lineup of stars of the small screen will take to the stage in Crown’s Palladium Ballroom to present the awards. Among the guest presenters are Dave Hughes, Hamish and Andy, Rachel Griffiths, Alex Dimitriades, Carrie Bickmore, Dannii Minogue, Delta Goodrem, Tina Arena, Erik Thomson, Rebecca Maddern, Claudia Karvan, Dan Wyllie, Shaun Micallef, Mandy McElhinney, Ita Buttrose, Miranda Tapsell, Liz Hayes, Amanda Keller, Pete Helliar, Larry Emdur, Shane Jacobson, Ben Mingay, Pamela Rabe, Leigh Sales, Todd Sampson, Sam Pang and Ben Fordham.
Australia’s showbiz guru, Nine Network Entertainment Editor Richard Wilkins, will be centre stage chatting to the massive international music lineup which includes James Blunt and Andy Grammer. One of the biggest selling artists of all time, Blunt will make his Logies debut performing his new song, Don’t Give Me Those Eyes. Grammer, who has taken the music world by storm with a succession of anthemic pop hits, will treat viewers to his global smash, Fresh Eyes. Plus, Casey Donovan will present an emotive tribute to those in the industry we have lost over the past year.
This year’s ceremony will also feature a stirring tribute to the late, great master of comedy John Clarke and the television pioneer Reg Grundy.
Then, from 5.30am Monday, April 24, the TODAY show and TODAY EXTRA will broadcast live from Crown, with inside scoops on what went down when the cameras stopped rolling. Both programs will have access to the bleary-eyed winners and all the behind-the-scenes action from the most prestigious night on Australian television.
For more information:
Channel Nine Publicity
02 9965 2727
Sunday, 16 April 2017