The Calder Valley hit drama Happy Valley came out on top at the TV Choice Awards last night (Monday), after the series won two awards.
Sally Wainwright’s BBC One drama series won the Best New Drama at the TV Choice Award, while lead actress Sarah Lancashire was named Best Actress for her role in the hit TV show.
The show, centred around the Calderdale towns Sowerby Bridge and Hebden Bridge, aired on TV for the first time this year saw 6.2 million viewers tune in for the finale.
The second series will air on TV in 2015.
Yorkshire’s very own Educating Yorkshire was named Best Factual Entertainment and Lifestyle show at the awards.
EastEnders also came out on top after picking up a number of gongs for Lindsey Coulson and Danny Dyer - winning Best Soap Actor and Actress respectively.
Here is a full list of the winners:
Best Soap - EastEnders
Best New Drama - Happy Valley
Best Drama Series - Sherlock
Special Contribution To Television - EastEnders
Special Contribution To Television - Ant and Dec
Best Actor - Benedict Cumberbatch, Sherlock
Best Actress - Sarah Lancashire, Happy Valley
Best Comedy - Benidorm
Best Reality Show - I’m A Celebrity...Get Me Out Of Here!
Best Talent Show - Britain’s Got Talent
Best Entertainment Show - Ant and Dec’s Saturday Night Takeaway
Best Factual Entertainment and Lifestyle Show - Educating Yorkshire
Best Daytime Show - The Jeremy Kyle Show
Best Food Show - Gordon Ramsay’s Home Cooking
Best International Show - Game Of Thrones
Best Soap Actor - Danny Dyer, EastEnders
Best Soap Newcomer - Kirsty-Leigh Porter, Hollyoaks
Best Soap Actress - Lindsey Coulson, EastEnders
Best Soap Storyline - Hayley’s Cancer, Coronation Street