2014 Molkies voting starts now!

It has been run and won for the fourth time. The 2014 Molkies have again exceeded even my expectations with nearly 4,000 people voting. Opinions have been heard and no question the winners (and losers) will long dine out on their successes here.

A huge thank you to the voting prize sponsors that make it all possible: IceTV, EFTM, MyFace Figurines, Kingfisher Bay Resort Village, Showcase, HighWire Film & TV, Working Dog, Madman Films, Kerri Sackville, Channel Nine, Channel Ten – all who kindly donated things for me to give away to you as an encouragement to vote. So much awesome for these people.

The final voting prizes and winners are…

An awesome Madman Films TV on DVD pack
WON BY: Wade S

A Fraser Island Day Tour for 2 adults and 2 kids with thanks to Kingfisher Bay Resort Village
WON BY: Leon C

TWO single preset figurines vouchers from MyFace Figurines
WON BY: Simon B
WON BY: Susan M

A Samsung Galaxy S4 Active with thanks to EFTM
WON BY: Harley

A Beyonwiz 2TB PVR with 5yr IceTV subscription with thanks to IceTV
WON BY: Karen

Congratulations to all the winners, and a massive round of thanks again to all the voting sponsors who made it even more enticing to vote!

Now for everything you’ve been waiting to hear… the winners of the 2014 Molkies are:

Best promo for a network/show

If You Are The One (SBS2)
Love Child (Nine) – 24%
Puberty Blues (Ten)
Resurrection (Seven) – 32%
Secrets & Lies (Ten)

The show you have to torrent (best show not on Aussie TV fast enough)

Downton Abbey (Seven)
Game of Thrones (Showcase) – 38%
House of Cards (Showcase) – 25%
NCIS (Ten)
Sherlock (Nine)

Worst. Idea. Ever.

Celebrity Splash (Seven)
Continuous program overruns/last minute scheduling changes (Seven/Nine/Ten) – 36%
Melissa Doyle leaving Sunrise (Seven)
Schapelle Corby interview/telemovie (Seven/Nine) – 32%
So You Think You Can Dance Australia reboot (Ten)

Favourite second screen app

Facebook – 20%
Fango (Seven)
Jump-In (Nine)
Twitter – 72%
zeebox (Ten)

Fave digital find

American Horror Story (Eleven)
Good Game (ABC2) – 22%
If You Are The One (SBS2)
Plonk! (Eleven)
The Roast (ABC2) – 34%

Biggest moment in 2013 TV

Breaking Bad Season 5 Part 2 (Showcase) – 23%
Doctor Who 50th Anniversary/The Day of the Doctor (ABC1) – 30%
House of Cards S01 (Showcase)
Patrick’s death in Offspring (Ten)
Red Wedding – Game of Thrones (Showcase)

Best News service

ABC/News 24 – 52%
SBS World News
Seven News
Nine News – 16%
Ten News
The Feed
The Project
SKY News

Most notable performance by a journalist

Leigh Sales interviews Tony Abbott (7:30, ABC1) – 58%
John Hill interviews Jaymes Diaz (Ten News) – 29%
Andrew Bolt interviews Donna Laframboise (The Bolt Report, Ten)
Simon McCoy’s Royal Baby Coverage (BBC)

Worst In Show

Celebrity Splash (Seven) – 34%
Slideshow (Seven)
The Bolt Report (Ten) – 38%
Two Broke Girls (Nine)
Wonderland (Ten)

Best In Show

Doctor Who (ABC1)
Gruen Nation/Planet (ABC1) – 29%
Hamish & Andy’s Gap Year Asia (Nine)
Shaun Micallef’s Mad As Hell (ABC1) – 31%
The Project (Ten)

The Person You Always Change Channels To Avoid – The Brown Molkie

Andrew Bolt (Ten) – 48%
David Koch (Seven) – 19%
Fifi Box (Seven)
Joe Hildebrand (Ten)
Karl Stefanovic (Nine)

The person you always change channels to watch – the Gold Molkie

Asher Keddie (Ten)
Charlie Pickering (Ten)
Craig McLachlan (ABC1)
Shaun Micallef (ABC1) – 42%
Wil Anderson (ABC1) – 26%

Huge thanks to Spencer Howson and 612 ABC Brisbane for allowing me to announce them live on the show this morning.

Thanks again one and all. Brace yourself – the Molkies will be back for their fifth big year in 2015!