Julia Morris and Robert Irwin at the Logies annoucement

The 2024 Logie Awards: Here’s everything you need to know about Australian TV’s night of nights

It's that time of year

The Logie Awards are undoubtedly Australian TV’s biggest awards night, and this year’s ceremony looks to be no exception.

This year, the glitzy awards bash will return to The Star in Sydney, and will see some of the nation’s biggest stars vying for a gold gong.

Here’s everything you need to know about the 64th TV Week Logie Awards.

The 2024 Gold Logie nominees. TV Week.

When are the 2024 Logies?

The ceremony will take place on Sunday, 18 August 2024.

How can I watch the 64th TV Week Logie Awards?

They will be broadcast live on Channel 7 and 7Plus on August 18, 2024.

Who’s nominated for the 2024 Logies?

You can check out the full list of nominations here.

The TV Week Logie Awards
2023 Nominees. Instagram.

Who’s nominated for the 2024 Gold Logie?

This year’s Gold Logie nominations read like a who’s who in Australian TV. They include:

Entertainer and broadcaster, Andy Lee.
Actress, Asher Keddie.
Presenter and comedian, Julia Morris.
Entertainer and Presenter, Larry Emdur.
Entertainer and presenter, Sonia Kruger.
Presenter and broadcaster, Tony Armstrong.

Who is hosting the 2024 Logie Awards?

Sam Pang will return to host the TV WEEK Logie Awards in 2024 following the roaring success of his 2023 stint.

Sam Pang at The Logies. YouTube.

It was announced on June 16 that the comedian had nabbed the role once again, which will see him front Australian TV’s night of nights.

Hosting the Logies last year was an amazing experience and I’m thrilled to return in 2024,” Sam said in a press release.

“Adding to the excitement Seven have also given me the greenlight to try new things this year so I’m really looking forward to displaying my underappreciated and severely undeveloped song and dance skills.”

The 2024 Logie Awards will feature a number of key changes

The 2024 Logie Awards will not only feature Sam Pang, but several key changes to award categories and the judging process.

This year, three awards will be presented as “Most Popular”. Nominees in these categories will be decided by a panel of independant industry experts before going to a public vote.

These awards are the Gold Logie for Most Popular Personality on Australian Television, the Bert Newton Award for Most Popular Presenter and the Graham Kennedy Award for Most Popular New Talent.

The 64th TV Week Logie Awards will air on Channel Seven and 7plus on Sunday 18 August.

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