TV Tonight Awards: Worst of 2019
It's bad news for Married at First Sight, Grant Denyer & George Calombaris.
Just ahead of its 2020 return, readers have voted Married at First Sight as the Worst Aussie Show of 2019.
Welcome to the most polarising categories in the annual TV Tonight Awards.
These results always divide viewers with some shows that appeared on “Best of 2019” also making the cut on the Worst. Also getting the thumbs down were Saturday Night Rove and The Proposal.
Meanwhile The Big Bang Theory, again took out Worst International Show, and even a rare mention shows some Game of Thrones fans have not forgiven that final season.
Elsewhere Grant Denyer, who hosted both Celebrity Name Game and Dancing with the Stars last year, has been named Most Overexposed Personality of 2019. Denyer eclipsed, who had a run of health problems, overtook 2018 winner Karl Stefanovic, who still featured despite having just one show in This Time Next Year. Ouch.
Added to the list this year is Osher Günsberg due to his string of shows The Bachelor, The Bachelorette, Bachelor in Paradise and The Masked Singer. Less is more perhaps?
Finally it was a tight battle in the infamous Blunder of the Year category, but George Calombaris took that out just ahead of the Today show. ‘Nuff said!
* denotes runaway winner
Worst Aussie Show: Married at First Sight *
Saturday Night Rove
My Kitchen Rules
Trial by Kyle
(2018: My Kitchen Rules)
Worst International Show: The Big Bang Theory
Love Island UK
Game of Thrones
Keeping up with the Kardashians
(2018: The Big Bang Theory)
Most Overexposed Aussie Performer: Grant Denyer *
(2018: Karl Stefanovic)
Blunder of the Year: George Calombaris staff underpayments impact MasterChef
Today Show revamp & ratings
Tracey Spicer confidentiality breach over #metoo doco
Mad as Hell wrong episode, Gruen out of sync
10 throws out Living Room in surprise revamp
(2018: Karl Stefanovic Uber Call)
Tomorrow: Story of the Year, Best Channels.