Poldark won the audience award at last night's British Academy of Television Awards, with Irish star Aidan Turner there to accept the honour.
The BBC 1 period drama won the award, beating out other nominees Making a Murderer, The Great British Bake Off, Humans, Peter Kay's Car Share and Doctor Foster.
Accepting the award, Turner thanked the show's loyal fan-base saying, "Thank you so much to the fans. You're so supportive & loyal. We couldn't do it without you."
The Radio Times Audience Award is the only category decided on by the public, with a five-week voting period open in the run-up to the awards ceremony, which took place in London on Sunday night and was hosted by Graham Norton.
Irish comedian and actress Sharon Horgan had been nominated for Best Female Performance in a Comedy Programme for her role in Channel 4 comedy Catastrophe, but lost out to Chewing Gum's Michaela Coel.
Winners in full:
Strictly Come Dancing
My Son The Jihadi
Outbreak: The Truth About Ebola
This Is England '90
The Murder Detectives
Channel 4 News: Paris Massacre
Big Blue Live
Female Performance in a Comedy Programme
Michaela Coel - Chewing Gum
Male Performance in a Comedy Programme
Peter Kay - Peter Kay's Car Share
Don't Take My Baby
Radio Times Audience Award
Tom Courtenay - Unforgotten
Reality and Constructed Factual
Chanel Cresswell - This Is England '90
Comedy and Comedy Entertainment Programme
Have I Got News For You
Britain's Forgotten Slave Owners
Soap and Continuing Drama
The Great British Bake Off
Peter Kay's Car Share
Leigh Francis - Celebrity Juice
Suranne Jones - Doctor Foster
Mark Rylance - Wolf Hall
Special Award Recipient