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Most Outstanding Comedy Program
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Winners

2017 winner form y separately published work icon Please Like Me Josh Thomas , ( dir. Matt Saville ) Australia : ABC Television , 2012-2016 Z1852654 2012 series - publisher film/TV humour

'A [...] sitcom about growing up quickly, and about realising that your parents are not heroes, but dopes with no idea what's going on - just like you.'

(Source: Australian Television In Production website)

2009 winner form y separately published work icon The Hollowmen Santo Cilauro , Tom Gleisner , Jane Kennedy , Rob Sitch , Australia : Working Dog Productions , 2008 Z1506832 2008 series - publisher film/TV satire (taught in 1 units) 'The Hollowmen focuses on the workings of an internal think tank, set up by the Prime Minister, whose responsibility is long-term policy vision. The unit's task is to stop worrying about tomorrow's headlines, and to start worrying about next week's.'
2008 winner form y separately published work icon Kath and Kim Jane Turner , Gina Riley , ( dir. Ted Emery ) 2002 Australia : Riley Turner Productions ABC Television Seven Network , 2002-2007 Z1766077 2002 series - publisher film/TV humour

A sit-com that focuses on life in suburbia, particularly the dysfunctional mother-daughter relationship at the show's centre.

For a full list of episodes, see Film Details.

2008 winner form y separately published work icon Summer Heights High Chris Lilley , Sydney : ABC Books , 2007 Z1424063 2007 single work film/TV humour (taught in 1 units)

'Summer Heights High explores what happens over one school term in an average Australian high school.'

Source: ABC website, http://www.abc.net.au/tv/summerheightshigh/
Sighted: 03/09/2007

2006 winner form y separately published work icon We Can Be Heroes The Nominees; We Can Be Heroes : Finding the Australian of the Year Chris Lilley , Ryan Shelton , ( dir. Matt Saville ) 2005 Australia Sydney : ABC Television Princess Pictures , 2005 Z1271609 2005 single work film/TV humour satire

We Can Be Heroes is a fictional documentary series that follows five nominees competing for the Australian of the Year Award. The characters (all played by actor/comedian Chris Lilley) are Phil, a rescue hero who saved nine children in a jumping castle accident; Ricky, a Chinese physics genius and aspiring actor; Ja'mie, a charity-minded schoolgirl who sponsors 85 Sudanese children; Daniel and Nathan, twin farm boys embarking on a world-first eardrum transplant; and Pat, a disabled suburban housewife turned elite athlete.

2003 winner form y separately published work icon Kath and Kim Jane Turner , Gina Riley , ( dir. Ted Emery ) 2002 Australia : Riley Turner Productions ABC Television Seven Network , 2002-2007 Z1766077 2002 series - publisher film/TV humour

A sit-com that focuses on life in suburbia, particularly the dysfunctional mother-daughter relationship at the show's centre.

For a full list of episodes, see Film Details.

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