The winners of the Children's BAFTAs 2018 have been announced.
So Awkward, a CBBC sitcom about three bright school girls, won in the Comedy category. It was shortlisted alongside The Amazing World Of Gumball, the David Walliams one-off comedy drama Grandpa's Great Escape, and sketch show Horrible Histories.
The fourth series of So Awkward has just finished on television, with a fifth series already commissioned for broadcast in 2019. The sitcom's creator Julie Bower recently spoke on the Sitcom Geeks podcast about working on the format.
In the movie category, Paddington 2 was named best Feature Film, beating international blockbusters Coco, The Greatest Showman and Incredibles 2.
The British film, released last November, picked up near-universal glowing reviews. As recently reported, a third Paddington film is now being planned.
The Performer category - which featured The Dumping Ground's Annabelle Davis, Horrible Histories actor Tom Stourton, and Jennifer Saunders for her role as Miss Dandy in Grandpa's Great Escape - was won by Tom Courtenay, for his role as Grandpa in the same BBC One comedy drama.
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