The Logie for best outstanding entertainment or comedy programme went to Nine’s Lego Masters.
The prize was accepted by presenter Hamish Blake and Lego designer Ryan McNaught, who joked that they could have built a Logie statue themselves in 10 hours.
Most popular drama programme went to Seven’s Home and Away, and most popular lifestyle programme went to Nine’s Travel Guides in the audience-voted awards.
Gold Logie candidate and Home and Away actor Ray Meagher said it was great to see people at the awards after a two-year sabbatical as he arrived on the red carpet for the 62nd TV Week Logies on the Gold Coast.
“It’s fantastic to see old friends and all that,” he remarked of the show’s return to the road.
Karl Stefanovic of the Nine Network and Tom Gleeson of the ABC are also in the running for the coveted Gold Logie, which he won three years ago after mounting a campaign mocking the award and his competitors.
Standing side by side on the red carpet, Gleeson remarked that he was taller than Stefanovic, who responded that he had more money.
In addition to Hamish Blake, Julia Morris, Melissa Leong, and Sonia Kruger, they face Hamish Blake, Julia Morris, Melissa Leong, and Sonia Kruger.
The awards are being awarded after a two-year hiatus owing to COVID-19, and there have been a few changes since they were previously held.
In honour of the late presenter, who died in October, the Silver Logie for most popular presenter has been renamed the Bert Newton Award.
The Logies were hosted by Old Moonface 19 times, and he won the coveted Gold Logie in 1979, 1981, 1982, and 1984.
There will also be a new Silver Logie for the most popular actor in an international programme.
A tribute to the long-running soap opera Neighbours will also be shown on the night, a week after the show’s final scenes were filmed.
The Logies airs on Nine.