08:59 14 September 2011
Eastenders, Doctor Who and Sherlock have led the winners at this year's TV Choice Awards.
The BBC One shows won six awards between them, with Eastenders named Best Soap and Sherlock dubbed Best New Drama.
Saturday Night sci-fi series, Doctor Who bagged the Best Family Drama prize at the awards, which were determined by public vote.
Doctor Who's Karen Gillan won the Best Actress accolade for her performance in the time travelling series, while Jessie Wallace and Shane Richie won the Best Soap Actress and Actor awards respectively for their roles as the Moons in Eastenders.
Meanwhile former Doctor Who actor, David Tennant beat the current Doctor Matt Smith to win the Best Actor award for his performance in ITV1's Single Father.
BBC3's supernatural drama Being Human beat musical show Glee and the superpowered Misfits to take home the Best Drama award at the ceremony.
In the entertainment categories, The Cube, fronted by Philip Schofield, came away with the best game show award and Britain's Got Talent was named best talent show.
Other winners included Come Dine with Me, Top Gear, The Inbetweeners and Celebrity Juice.
The awards took place on 13 September at the Savoy Hotel in London and were hosted by Ben Miller.
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