Logie Award for Most Popular Australian Drama

The Silver Logie for Most Popular Australian Drama is an award in the annual Australian Logie Awards. The award was previously known as "Most Popular Drama Series" (1980-1983, 1986-1987, 1991), "Most Popular Drama Program" (1985), "Most Popular Drama" (1988), "Most Popular Series" (1989-1990, 1992-1997), "Most Popular Program" (1998-2002) and "Most Popular Australian Program" (2003-2004). It changed to "Most Popular Australian Drama Series" in 2005.

Previous winners

2000s

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;2006:Winner::"Home and Away":Nominated::"All Saints"::"Blue Heelers"::"McLeod's Daughters"::"Neighbours"

;"'2005:Winner::"McLeod's Daughters":Nominated::"All Saints"::"Blue Heelers"::"Home and Away"::"Neighbours"

*2004 McLeod's Daughters
**"All Saints"
**"Blue Heelers"
**"Home and Away"
**"Neighbours"

*2003 All Saints
**"Blue Heelers"
**"Home and Away"
**"McLeod's Daughters"
**"The Secret Life Of Us"

*2002 All Saints
**"Blue Heelers"
**"Home and Away"
**"McLeod's Daughters"
**"The Secret Life Of Us"

*2001 All Saints
**"Blue Heelers"
**"Home and Away"
**"SeaChange"

*2000 Blue Heelers
**"All Saints"
**"Home and Away"
**"SeaChange"

*1999 Blue Heelers
**"All Saints"
**"Home and Away"
**"Water Rats"

*1998 Blue Heelers
**"Hey Hey It's Saturday"
**"Home and Away"
**"Midday with Kerri-Anne"
**"Water Rats"

*1997 Blue Heelers

*1996 Home and Away

*1995 Home and Away

*1994 Home and Away

*1993 Home and Away

*1992 E Street
**"Hey Dad"

*1991 Home and Away

*1989 Neighbours

*1988 Neighbours

*1987 Neighbours

*1986 A Country Practice

*1985 A Country Practice

*1984 A Country Practice

*1983 Sons and Daughters

*1982 Prisoner

*1981 Prisoner

*1980 The Sullivans

*1979 The Sullivans

*1978 The Sullivans

*1977 Power without Glory

*1976 Number 96

*1975 Number 96

*1974 Number 96

*1973 Homicide

*1972 Division 4

*1971 Homicide

*1970 Division 4

*1969 Homicide

*1968 Homicide

*1967 Homicide

*1966 Homicide

*1965 Country and Western Hour

*1964 Country and Western Hour

*1963 The One Day of the Year

*1962 Consider Your Verdict

*1961 Stormy Petrel

*1960 77 Sunset Strip

*1959 Not Awarded


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