Best Show (UK): Game Of Thrones. Technically, it is a UK show in some ways and it became one of the most exciting things on television all year.
Worst Show (UK): This Is Jinsy. It tried to be quirky and off beat and pretty much failed.
Best Show (US): True Blood. Season 4 certainly took the series to some interesting new heights.
Worst Show (US): The Cape. No wonder this superhero was put down before he could take flight.
Best Villain: Does Constance from American Horror Story count? She feels particularly villainous to me.
Worst Villain: Travis Marshall in Dexter. Thank God Dexter took him out in the end.
Best TV Death: Viserys getting quite the crowning in Game Of Thrones stuck out for me. Mitchell in Being Human came a close second.
Worst TV Death: Tara's in True Blood, going on the assumption that was her actual demise.
Shocking TV Moment: Deb finally learning about her brother's other job in Dexter.
Least Shocking TV Moment: River being revealed as Amy/Rory's daughter and marrying the Doctor in Doctor Who. It actually makes sense in retrospect.
Sexiest Male On TV: Matthew Rhys in Brothers And Sisters. I'm keeping that one for now.
Sexiest Female On TV: Jessica Brown-Findlay in Downton Abbey. I do love Lady Sybil.
Best Finale: Game Of Thrones first season ender, Fire And Blood hit the right spot.
Yes, Kids Are Annoying: Joffrey in Game Of Thrones. Also add tyrant into the mix as well and it's a fateful combination.
Neither Use, Nor Ornament: Sue in Glee. I believe her character is tethering on the pointless now.
Best Gay Couple: Kevin Walker/Scotty Wandall in Brothers And Sisters.
Worst Gay Couple: Brittany and Santana in Glee. Show more equality, Ryan Murphy.
Best Straight Couple: Amy and Rory in Doctor Who, with George/Nina from Being Human coming a close second.
Worst Straight Couple: Sybil and Branson in Downton Abbey. The writers made a hatchet job out of them. Also Matty/Franky in Skins.
Best Guest Appearance: Frances Barber as Madame Kovarian in Doctor Who. Who said the camp was dead on this show? Mark Sheppard as Canton comes a close second.
Worst Guest Appearance: Cody Kasch pointlessly returning briefly as Zach in Desperate Housewives. Did anyone actually care?
Killed Too Soon: Claudine in True Blood. What was the point of her character?
Difficult Season: Dexter. Season 6 wasn't unwatchable but the dip in quality was hard not to notice or deny though.
Best Male Character: The Doctor in Doctor Who. Contrary to what has been said about Series 6, Smith's performances have continued to impress.
Worst Male Character: Viserys in Game Of Thrones. Let's praise Khal Drogo for ensuring this idiot never became king.
Best Female Character: Daenerys in Game Of Thrones. Talk about a bloody character journey.
Worst Female Character: Holly in Brothers And Sisters, but thankfully she left.
Most Improved Show: Being Human. It might have had a shaky second year but Series 3 was a return to form.
Least Improved Show: Dexter. Again, Season 6 had it's drawbacks.
Best TV Partnership: Eleven/Amy/Rory/River became a much tougher and more formidable in Doctor Who, so them naturally.
Worst TV Partnership: Morgana and Agravaine in Merlin. Neither were particularly on fine form, were they?
Best Use Of Music: Skins. Season 5 provided some good music, except maybe Rich's episode.
HoYay Award: The Knights in Merlin. Let's face it, the poor lads didn't do much else during Series 4.
2012 Hopeful: Sinbad. Here's hoping it's a success for Sky1.