Peter Kay's Car Share has won in the Comedy category at the National Television Awards 2018.
Kay wasn't in attendance at the ceremony, having announced in December he was stepping out of the limelight and cancelling all his tour dates, acting work and TV appearances due to "unforeseen family circumstances". However, his co-star Sian Gibson was in attendance and picked up the prize on behalf of the programme.
Viewers had thought Car Share had ended in May as the four-part Series 2 was billed as the end of the show, however it was revealed in November the comedy would return in 2018 for a final special, as well as a bonus un-scripted improvised episode. Both of these were filmed at the same time as Series 2 so already exist, and thus - contrary to some reports - have not been cancelled alongside Kay's other work.
Ant & Dec were once again the big winners at the NTAs. Ant & Dec's Saturday Night Takeaway beat The Graham Norton Show, All Round To Mrs. Brown's and Celebrity Juice to claim the inaugural Bruce Forsyth Entertainment Award. The popular duo, who also triumphed in the TV Presenter category and picked up the Challenge Show award for I'm A Celebrity this year, paid tribute to Forsyth when collecting their Entertainment trophy.
This year's Special Recognition Award went to Paul O'Grady, for his work presenting his documentary series Paul O'Grady: For the Love of Dogs.
For a full list of winners see nationaltvawards.com
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