Chewing Gum sticks to its award | ...and Murder In Successville makes another killing

Chewing Gum sticks to its award

...and Murder In Successville makes another killing

Murder In Successville and Chewing Gum have both won Broadcast Digital Awards for the second year running.

Tom Davis’s BBC Three reality-comedy-improv hybrid retained the title of best entertainment programme 

While Michaela Coel’s  Chewing Gum, which airs on E4, was named best scripted programme for the second year in a row.

The awards were given out by trade magazine Broadcast last night for shows not initially made for terrestrial viewing.

BBC Three was named channel of the year, 18 months after it became an online-only service, and E4 won best entertainment channel.

Published: 6 Jul 2017

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