'Doctor Who' was the big winner at the TV Quick Awards in England last night.
They took three trophies back to the Tardis, Best Loved Drama, plus Best Actress and Best Actor for Billie Piper and David Tennant.
'EastEnders' won Best Soap for the first time in three years at the Awards show.
The Walford soap took a second award for Best Soap Newcomer, which was won by Charlie Clements, 19, who plays Bradley Branning.
ITV rival soap 'Coronation Street' also took two awards including Best Soap Storyline for the Alzheimer's and eventual death of Mike Baldwin.
Former comic Bradley Walsh, 46, won the Best Soap Actor award for his role as Mike's son Danny Baldwin.
'Emmerdale' took the gong for Best Soap Actress, with Ursula Holden-Gill, 32, winning the title for her character Alice Dingle, who died in the show after battling with Hodgkin's Lymphoma.
The award ceremony was held at London's Dorchester hotel.