The 2009 British Academy Television Awards gave nods to stars including Harry Hill, David Mitchell and Anna Maxwell Martin; however, their wins were unexpected by the voters of the TV.com Bafta polls who pitted other celebrities and shows as their favourite for the awards.
Below are this year's Bafta Television Award winners and a comparison with the preferred choice of TV.com users--and you didn't agree with the academy on a single award! Did the right people win?
BAFTA winner The IT Crowd came second in our online poll with 25 percent of the total vote, while The Inbetweeners came first with a massive 43 percent.
Gaining 31 percent of the TV.com BAFTA votes, David Mitchell was the second choice in our online poll. Gavin and Stacey star Rob Brydon was TV.com users' top pick, with 50 percent of the votes.
Wallander won the BAFTA award; however, it only gained six percent of the votes in the TV.com poll. Doctor Who was voted number one with 67 percent.
EastEnders' actress June Brown was the clear TV.com choice, gaining a large 63 percent of user votes. Award-winner Anna Maxwell Martin, however, ranked third, behind both Brown and Margaret Thatcher actress Andrea Riseborough with only 13 percent.
Dillane got the least TV.com votes in this category, gaining only 14 percent. Jason Isaacs was the clear TV.com winner with 48 percent of the votes.
Criminal Justice was the lowest scorer in this category of the TV.com BAFTA polls. Dead Set and House of Saddam were joint first with 35 percent of the votes, each.
TV.com choice: The Fallen
The Fallen was the clear TV.com choice with 40 percent of the votes, while BAFTA winner Chosen ranked third with 20 percent.
BAFTA award winner Harry Hill was the second choice with TV.com voters, who ranked Stephen Fry at number one with 42 percent.
Winner: White Girl
TV.com choice: Einstein and Eddington
BAFTA winner White Girl received no votes in the TV.com polls, where David Tennant's Eisntein and Eddington was chosen as the clear favourite with 64 percent.
This category was very close on the TV.com polls, EastEnders and Casualty came joint first with 31 percent of the votes, while BAFTA winner The Bill cane a close second with 23 percent.
Gory drama Dexter was voted number one by 58 percent of TV.com voters. The BAFTA winner, however, was 1960s drama Man Men, which gained 15 percent of the TV.com votes.
Winner: Amazon with Bruce Parry
TV.com choice: Ross Kemp in Afghanistan
BATFA winner Amazon with Bruce Parry was a close second on the TV.com poll, gaining 38 percent of the votes. The TV.com winner, however, was Ross Kemp in Afghanistan which achieved 44 percent.
Winner: Life in Cold Blood
TV.com choice: Stephen Fry and the Gutenberg Press: The Machine That Made Us
Life in Cold Blood and Stephen Fry and the Gutenberg Press were the only nominations to rank on the TV.com BAFTA poll gaining 38 percent and 63 percent of the votes respectively.
Winner: Saving Africa's Witch Children (Dispatches)
TV.com choice: Ross Kemp: A Kenya Special
Ross Kemp's documentary gained the majority of the TV.com BAFTA votes with 47 percent, while current affairs winner Saving Africa's Witch Children came last on our poll with 13 percent.
Winner: News at Ten – Chinese Earthquake
TV.com choice: Channel 4 News
BAFTA winner News at Ten received one vote in the TV.com poll, whereas Channel 4 News gained 8.
Winner: Brazilian Grand Prix 2008
TV.com choice: Olympics 2008
Winning the BAFTA for Sports Coverage this year is the Brazilian Grand Prix, which gained 6 percent of the TV.com votes while the Olympics 2008 scored 69 percent.
Winner: Embarrassing Bodies Online
TV.com choice: Olympics 2008
Embarrassing Bodies Online won the BAFTA Interactivity award and 17 percent of the TV.com vote, while Olympics 2008 gained 67 percent on our poll, but missed out on a gong.
The X Factor came joint second with Harry Hill's TV Burp in our online poll gaining 21 percent of the total votes, while QI won with 45 percent.
Gaining a TV.com score of 43 percent That Mitchell and Webb Look beat the BAFTA winner by 22 percent in our online poll. Award winner Harry and Paul, however, was very close behind with 21 percent.
Winner: The Choir: Boys Don't Sing
TV.com choice: Top Gear
Storming the TV.com poll in this category was Top Gear, which gained 72 percent of the votes, while BAFTA winner The Choir: Boys Don't Sing received no support.
The Philips Audience Award -- the only gong voted on by the public -- went to teen drama Skins while a special award went to BBC Controller Jane Tranter.
Comedy duo Dawn French and Jennifer Saunders took the highest award of the evening, receiving an Academy fellowship from Dame Helen Mirren.