Astonishingly, while both The Sarah Jane Adventures and Steven Moffat's Sherlock were tipped for Royal Television Society awards, Doctor Who never even received a nomination this year. But all's fair in the end; Doctor Who alumni and associated shows earned their own honor last night.
Moffat's beloved Sherlock, co-created with Mark Gatiss, won the Drama Series category. Moffat himself earned the prestigious Judge's Award. The Sarah Jane Adventures secured the Children's Drama category. David Tennant in Single Father, however, lost out to Jim Broadbent of Any Human Heart, himself a "doctor". Broadbent, after all, played one of the brief incarnations of the Doctor in The Curse of Fatal Death parody.
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