Inside No. 9 has been voted Comedy Of The Year by comedy fans.
In the 12th annual Comedy.co.uk Awards poll conducted by British Comedy Guide, the comedy anthology series took the coveted Comedy Of The Year title, as well as Best TV Comedy Drama, for 2017.
Reece Shearsmith and Steve Pemberton, who write and star in Inside No. 9, say of their win: "Our heartfelt thanks to British Comedy Guide for all their support over the years, as well as to the many comedy fans who voted. The phrase 'comedy drama' was often a disguise for a not-particularly-funny comedy, and we're delighted to have added thriller, horror, romance, slapstick and cryptic crossword clues into the mix.
"To win Comedy of the Year is the biggest twist of all (though we did guess it halfway through) and we're genuinely thrilled. Thank you, from Cheese & Crackers."
The duo add: "If you want to see how awards panels work, take a look at tomorrow night's episode - 'And The Winner Is...' - it's practically a behind-the-scenes documentary."
David Mitchell is linked with three prizes in total: Back's Best New TV Sitcom prize; The Unbelievable Truth, which he hosts, taking the award for Best Radio Panel Show; and Would I Lie To You? named Best TV Panel Show, in which he is a regular team captain.
The full list of winners, and fellow shortlisted nominees, is below.
Best New TV Sitcom
Best Returning TV Sitcom
Best Radio Sitcom
Best TV Sketch Show
Best Radio Sketch Show
Best TV Panel Show
Best Radio Panel Show
Best TV Entertainment Show
Best Radio Entertainment Show
Best TV Comedy Drama
Voting in the Comedy.co.uk Awards 2017 took place over two stages since Monday 1st January. The first round saw every comedy to broadcast a new episode on television or radio during the previous 12 months longlisted in one of 10 categories, according to its broadcast medium and genre. From each category, the most popular six titles then made up a shortlist, voting for which has been ongoing for the past fortnight.
The winners of the Comedy.co.uk Awards are decided entirely by the popular public ballot, with no weighting or judging panel involved at any point in the process.
British Comedy Guide Editors Aaron Brown and Mark Boosey say: "Hundreds of thousands of votes were cast in this year's poll; we're truly humbled by the response the public have for the awards. The only awards of their kind, it shows the high interest, engagement and love that audiences have for their favourite comedies, both on TV and radio."
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