April 6, 2018
“Hey Duggee,” “SpongeBob SquarePants” and “Pokémon Go,” among other properties, were awarded during the annual ceremony.
The ceremony, which took place Nov. 26 at the Roundhouse in London, honored a host of outstanding achievements in the children’s entertainment space and was hosted by Doc Brown.
This year’s awards also recognized a host of licensed properties including “Hey Duggee,” “SpongeBob SquarePants,” “Pokémon Go” and Bear Grylls, among others.
This year’s winners include:
- Animation–“Revolting Rhymes” by Magic Light Pictures/BBC One
- Channel of the Year–TrueTube
- Comedy–“Class Dismissed” by CBBC Productions/CBBC
- Drama–“Like Me” by CTVC/TrueTub
- Entertainment–“Bear Grylls’ Survival School” by ITV Studios/CiTV
- Factual–“Inside My Head: A Newsround Special” by CBBC Productions/CBBC
- Feature Film–“The Little Prince” by On Animation Studios and Netflix
- Game–“Pokémon Go” by Niantic/Pokémon
- Independent Production Company of the Year–Blue Zoo Animation Studio
- Interactive–“Hey Duggee: We Love Animals” by Scary Beasties/BBC Worldwide
- International–“SpongeBob SquarePants” by Nickelodeon/Nicktoons
- Learning–“History Bombs: Online History Resources” by History Bombs/Historybombs.com
- Performer–Alhaji Fofana as Ryan in “Screwball” by TrueTube
- Preschool Animation–“Hey Duggee” by Studio AKA/CBeebies
- Preschool Live Action–“Our Family” by Sixth Sense Media/CBeebies
- Presenter–Maddie Moate from “Do You Know” by CBeebies
- Short Form–“Share a Story 2016” by CiTV
- Writer–Adam Tyler for “Screwball!” by TrueTube
- Special Award–Jacqueline Wilson
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