Kristallen

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Kristallen
KristallenTelevisionAward.jpg
The Kristallen trophy
Awarded for Excellence in Swedish television
Country Sweden
Presented by Det svenska tevepriset
First awarded 2005

Kristallen (The Crystal) is the official Swedish television award, administrated by the foundation Det svenska tevepriset. It was created in 2005 by television producers SVT, TV3, TV4, Kanal 5 and UR.

The trophy[edit]

The award trophy, created by Mårten Claesson, Eero Koivisto and Ola Rune, is made out of crystal glass, a material with a long tradition in Swedish art.

Award categories[edit]

Kristallen is awarded in a number of categories, including the following.

Juried awards[edit]

  • Entertainment show of the year
  • Series of the year
  • Drama of the year
  • Humour programme of the year
  • Children's and teenager's programme of the year
  • Current events programme of the year
  • Documentary of the year
  • Reality show of the year

Awards by popular vote[edit]

  • Male host of the year
  • Female host of the year
  • Sports presenter of the year
  • Show of the year

Special award[edit]

  • The recipient of the special award is chosen by the Svenska tevepriset board.

2010 winners[edit]

The Kristallen prizes for 2010 were awarded on 3 September 2010.[1]

Juried awards[edit]

Category Winner
Entertainment På spåret, SVT
Series Mästarnas mästare, SVT
Drama Millennium, SVT
Humour Solsidan, TV4
Children's and teenager's Wild kids, SVT
Current events Världens konflikter, SVT
Documentary Drottningen och jag, SVT
Reality show Svenska Hollywoodfruar, TV3
Life style Arga Snickaren, Kanal5
Investigative programme of the year Den andra våldtäkten by Uppdrag Granskning, SVT

Public vote[edit]

Category Winner
Male host David Hellenius, TV4
Female host Anne Lundberg, SVT
Sports presenter André Pops, SVT
Show Solsidan Jarowskij/FLX, TV4

Special award[edit]

Winner
Stina Lundberg Dabrowski

2011 winners[edit]

The Kristallen prizes for 2011 were awarded on 9 September 2010.

Juried awards[edit]

Category Winner
Entertainment Så mycket bättre, TV4
Series Sveriges Mästerkock, TV4
Drama Våra vänners liv, SVT
Humour Solsidan, TV4
Children's and teenager's Buskul, SVT
Current events Veckans brott, SVT
Documentary Ångrarna, SVT
Reality show Rebecca & Fiona, SVT
Life style Pluras kök, TV3
Investigative programme of the year Sanningen om Sommerlath by Kalla Fakta, TV4

Public vote[edit]

Category Winner
Male host Filip & Fredrik, Kanal 5
Female host Anne Lundberg, SVT
Sports presenter André Pops, SVT
Show Mästarnas mästare, SVT

Special award[edit]

Winner
Tom Alandh

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