Karl Stefanovic And Samantha Armytage Voted Worst Personalities On Aussie TV

Karl Stefanovic And Samantha Armytage Voted Worst Personalities On Aussie TV
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Industry TV site TV Tonight.com.au has unveiled the results of its “worst awards” for 2016 and it’s all bad news for Channel Nine.

Today host and new bachelor Karl Stefanovic was voted the worst male personality on Australian television and the most over-exposed performer. While the network’s 60 Minutes kidnap fiasco was voted the year’s biggest TV blunder, apparently winning in a landslide.

The poll of TV Tonight readers also voted Nine’s Married at First Sight as the worst locally made program, although Seven’s disastrous Zumbo’s Just Desserts was a close second.

In the coveted “worst female personality” Sunrise’s Sam Armytage once again took home the gong, having won it the year previous.

The full list of winners were as follows:

Biggest Blunder of the Year: 60 Minutes Lebanon debacle
Sonia Kruger calls for Muslim immigration ban
Sunrise “Sex and the City” sketch
SBS Viceland replaces SBS2
(2015: The Verdict)

Worst Male: Karl Stefanovic
David Koch
Grant Denyer
Andrew Bolt
(2015: Karl Stefanovic)

Worst Female: Sam Armytage
Sonia Kruger
Tara Brown
Lisa Wilkinson
(2015: Sam Armytage)

Most Over-Exposed Performer: Karl Stefanovic
Grant Denyer
Scott Cam
Waleed Aly
(2015: Karl Stefanovic)

Worst Show (Australian): Married at First Sight
Zumbo’s Just Desserts
The Briefcase
You’re Back in the Room
(2015: The Verdict)

Worst Show (International): The Big Bang Theory
Life in Pieces
Keeping Up with the Kardashians
Game of Thrones
(2015: The Big Bang Theory)

 

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