'Doctor Who' won the Outstanding Achievement and Best Drama prizes at the TV Choice Awards last night.
The BBC One sci-fi show took home two prizes at the event at the Dorchester Hotel in London, and the show's lead writer Steven Moffat insisted competition was so fierce he would have felt "no shame" if they hadn't have won.
He told BANG Showbiz: "It's so great to win these awards. We were up against some very. very good shows. It would've be no shame had we got beat."
Meanwhile 'EastEnders' star Shane Richie picked up the award for Best Soap Actor and he admitted it was "great" to have Samantha Womack back on the soap after two years, following her character Ronnie Mitchell being released from prison in an episode aired tonight.
He said: "I've known Sam since the days we did 'Grease' [on the West End] together. It's great having her back."
While Shane and his co-star David Witts - Best Soap Newcomer - got individual recognition at the awards show, it was rival show 'Coronation Street' which took home the prize for Best Soap, with Michelle Keegan getting honoured as Best Soap Actress.
Full list of winners at the TV Choice Awards 2013:
Best Talent Show: 'Britain's Got Talent'
Best Soap Newcomer: David Witts ('EastEnders')
Best Drama Series: 'Doctor Who'
Best Reality Show: 'I'm A Celebrity ... Get Me Out of Here'
Best Comedy Show: 'Mrs Brown's Boys'
Best Soap Actress: Michelle Keegan ('Coronation Street')
Best Soap Actor: Shane Richie ('EastEnders')
Best New Drama: 'Broadchurch'
Best Actor: David Tennant ('Broadchurch')
Best Actress: Miranda Hart ('Call the Midwife')
Best Soap: 'Coronation Street'
Best Entertainment Show: 'Ant & Dec's Saturday Night Takeaway'
Best Daytime Show: 'The Jeremy Kyle Show'
Best Food Show: 'Jamie's Fifteen Minute Meals'
Outstanding Achievement Award: 'Doctor Who'