Tag Archive: Logies

Apr 24

Working Dog’s 2017 Logie Night Of Nights

Logies galore for the Working Dog team.

Apr 03

Three Logie Nominations for Working Dog

A big congratulations to the team at Working Dog with three nominations for the 58th Annual TV Week Logie Awards. The nominations were announced at The Crown in Melbourne today (Sunday), with Tom Gleisner on location with many other potential nominees. The ABC dramedy series Utopia based on a government organisation with Rob Sitch in the lead role, received a …

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May 04

Utopia wins Logie

A big congratulations goes to the team at Working Dog for taking out the Most Outstanding Comedy Program at the 71st TV Week Logie Awards on Sunday night on Channel 9. Their hit ABC dramedy show Utopia beat other ABC shows Please Like Me, Black Comedy, Upper Middle Bogan and SBS’s Legally Brown. A well deserved achievement, Rob Sitch, Celia …

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May 09

Happy 20th Anniversary Frontline

Monday May 9, 1994 – the cathode ray tube of your 34 cm colour TV turns on and you fiddle with your rabbit ears antenna to view Channel 2 at 8 o’clock at night. The reason? After The Late Show chalked and wrapped up its second season in late 1993, The team that was The D-Generation …

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Nov 29

Dude Looks Like A 55th Annual Logie!

—>VOTE NOW! <— The 55th Annual TV Week Logie Awards are coming in 2013. The voting is now open to the public for various awards. And guess what? Some of the Working Dog team are nominated for some this year! In alphabetical order: Most Popular Presenter * Brian Nankervis – Pictures Of You * Ed Kavalee …

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Apr 14

Dude Looks Like A Logie!

The 54th Annual TV Logie Awards are around the corner, which The D-Generation/Working Dog are regular attendees to the the awards. The year is 1998. The Working Dog team have three successful seasons of the current affairs piss-take Frontline under their belts. The 40th Annual TV Week Logie Awards are being shown on national television, thanks …

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