Logie Awards of 2013
|55th Logie Awards|
|Date||7 April 2013|
|Site||Crown Palladium, Melbourne, Victoria|
|Gold Logie||Asher Keddie|
|Hall of Fame||Brian Henderson|
|Most awards||Howzat! Kerry Packer's War, Offspring, Redfern Now, The Voice (2)|
|Most nominations||Offspring (8)|
The 55th Annual TV Week Logie Awards was held on Sunday 7 April 2013 at the Crown Palladium in Melbourne, and broadcast on the Nine Network and simulcast of Today Network's radio stations. Public voting for the "Most Popular" categories were conducted through an online survey from late November 2012 to 10 February 2013. Nominations were announced on 11 March 2013. Network Ten's Offspring received the most nominations with eight. Hamish and Andy's Euro Gap Year, Hamish and Andy's Caravan Of Courage: Australia Vs New Zealand, Home and Away, Howzat! Kerry Packer's War, and Puberty Blues each received five nominations. Television presenter Brian Henderson was inducted into the Logies Hall of Fame.
Winners and nominees
In the tables below, winners are listed first and highlighted in bold.
|Most Popular Personality on Australian Television|
|Most Popular Actor||Most Popular Actress|
|Most Outstanding Actor||Most Outstanding Actress|
|Most Popular New Male Talent||Most Popular New Female Talent|
|Graham Kennedy Award for Most Outstanding New Talent||Most Popular TV Presenter|
Most Popular Programs
|Most Popular Australian Drama||Most Popular Miniseries or Telemovie|
|Most Popular Light Entertainment Program||Most Popular Reality Program|
|Most Popular Sports Program||Most Popular Lifestyle Program|
|Most Popular Factual Program|
Most Outstanding Programs
|Most Outstanding Drama Series||Most Outstanding Miniseries or Telemovie|
|Most Outstanding Light Entertainment Program||Most Outstanding Children's Program|
|Most Outstanding News Coverage||Most Outstanding Public Affairs Report|
|Most Outstanding Sports Coverage||Most Outstanding Factual Program|
- Bruno Mars – "Locked Out of Heaven"
- Michael Bublé – "It's a Beautiful Day"
- Birdy – "Skinny Love"
- Olly Murs – "Army of Two"
- By network
- Nine Network – 37
- ABC – 32
- Network Ten – 28
- Seven Network – 17
- Foxtel – 8
- SBS – 5
- By program
- Offspring (Network Ten) – 8
- Hamish and Andy's Euro Gap Year (Nine Network) / Hamish and Andy's Caravan Of Courage: Australia Vs New Zealand (Nine Network) / Home and Away (Seven Network) / Howzat! Kerry Packer's War (Nine Network) / Puberty Blues (Network Ten) – 5
- House Husbands (Nine Network) / Mabo (ABC1) / Redfern Now (ABC1) / Underbelly: Badness (Nine Network) – 4
- Four Corners (ABC1) / Packed to the Rafters (Seven Network) / The Project (Network Ten) / Underground: The Julian Assange Story (Network Ten) / The Voice (Nine Network) – 3
- By network
- Nine Network – 8
- ABC – 7
- Network Ten – 4
- Seven Network – 3
- SBS / Foxtel – 1
- By program
- Howzat! Kerry Packer's War (Nine Network) / Offspring (Network Ten) / Redfern Now (ABC1) / The Voice (Nine Network) – 2
The In Memoriam segment was introduced by Peter Overton who spoke of the passing of Peter Harvey. The Melbourne Gospel Choir performed Foo Fighters "Times Like These". The following deceased were honoured:
- Suzie Howie, publicist
- Brian Wright, executive
- Jonathan Hardy, actor
- Binny Lum, host
- Max Stuart, executive
- Alan Bateman, writer, producer
- Bille Brown AM, actor
- Craig Watkins, cameraman
- Jon Finlayson, actor
- Peter Skelton, cameraman
- Tony Charlton AM, broadcaster
- Len Mauger, executive
- Leverne McDonnell, actress
- Bryce Courtenay AM, author, producer, screenwriter
- Digby Wolfe, writer, host
- Patricia Lovell AM MBE, host
- Bob Meillon, director
- Colin Campbell OAM, presenter
- Nick McMahon, executive
- Albie Thoms, director, producer
- Edith Bliss, presenter
- Colin Duckworth, actor, writer
- Ron Taylor OAM, cameraman
- Darryl Cotton, host
- John Miller, broadcaster
- Dr. Tommy Tycho AM MBE, maestro
- Bruce Robertson, engineer
- Anne Dunn, journalist
- Peter Dean, broadcaster, producer
- Tony Greig, broadcaster
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