Everything you need to know about the 2024 TV WEEK Logie Awards

Australian television’s night of nights is almost here…

The 2024 TV WEEK Logie Awards are almost upon us!

Back for its 64th annual ceremony, the Logies will once again celebrate and honour the best television shows and stars in Australian television.

Read on to learn everything you need to know about the 2024 Logies…

When are the Logies?

The 2024 Logies are set to take place on Sunday, August 18 at The Star in Sydney.

Where can I watch the 2024 Logies?

The Logies will be broadcast on Channel 7 and 7Plus on August 18.

The 2024 Gold Logie nominees.

Who is hosting the Logies?

Sam Pang was endlessly praised for both his hilarious opening monologue and overall hosting abilities at last year’s Logie Awards. Therefore, it’s not surprising that the comedian has been asked to host the Logies again this year.

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

“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.”

Who is nominated at the 2024 Logies?

The categories for this year’s Logies have changed somewhat. Previously, the awards were separated into two streams; there were the publicly voted “popular” categories and the industry-voted “outstanding” categories.

Julia Morris and Robert Irwin are both nominated at the 2024 Logies.

However, every category bar three (the Gold Logie, most popular presenter and most popular new talent) has now merged and been renamed “best”.

Up for the prestigious Gold Logie in 2024 are Asher Keddie, Robert Irwin, Julia Morris, Tony Armstrong, Sonia Kruger, Andy Lee and Larry Emdur.

For the full list of this year’s nominees though, head here.

How can I vote for the Logies?

Voting for the 2024 Logie Awards has officially opened! You can vote for the ‘best’ categories right up until 7pm AEST on Saturday, August 17 and for the ‘most popular’ categories until 7.30pm AEST on Sunday, August 18. You can vote here.

Who is performing at the Logies?

This year’s Logie performers have not been announced yet; watch this space!

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