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The Inbetweeners: YouTube Audience Award Winner in 2010

15 June 2010
The stars of The Inbetweeners arrive on the red carpet (BAFTA/Richard Kendal).BAFTA/Richard Kendal

In 2010 the British public voted for The Inbetweeners as their favourite TV Show of past year in the YouTube Audience Award.

Logo: YouTube Voting took place on YouTube and the Audience Award was presented by YouTuber Charlie McDonnell and Gavin & Stacey star Joanne Page at the Television Awards on Sunday 6 June 2010.

Watch The Cast Accept the Award:

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Watch the Backstage Winners Interview:

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The 2010 YouTube Audience Award:

The Nominees

An esteemed panel of media experts selected six programmes that captured audiences’ imaginations and were the most watched, loved and talked about in 2009.

Britain's Got TalentAudience Award - Britain's Got Talent

Glee Glee

The InbetweenersAudience Award - The Inbetweeners

The One ShowAudience Award - The One Show

UnforgivenAudience Award - Unforgiven

The X FactorAudience Award - X Factor

!! The Judging ProcessYouTube Audience AwardBAFTA/Richard Kendal

A selection of industry experts were sent top 30 Barb ratings of 2009 and were asked to think of any other programmes that had made an impact in 2009. The panel then met on Wednesday 12 May at BAFTA Headquarters in central London to discuss the long list of titles and choose six shortlisted programmes to be put to the public vote.

The nominated shows must have been screened in 2009, captured the public imagination and demonstrated excellence in key areas.

The Media Panel

  • Andrew Billen – The Times
  • Emily Booth – Broadcast
  • Andrew Docherty – iTunes
  • Toby Earle – TV Easy
  • Vicky Frost – The Guardian
  • Boyd Hilton - Heat Magazine
  • Jane Lush – Chair, Splash Media
  • Sharon Marshall – This Morning
  • Ben Preston – Radio Times
  • Rachel Ward – The Telegraph