Doctor Who actor David Tennant was so delighted with the show's success at the National Television Awards that he said he'd KISS the audience.
David scooped most popular actor for playing the Time Lord and the sci-fi series was named most popular drama.
Picking up the show's award with co-star Freema Agyeman he said: "We're very proud to make Doctor Who.
"If there was time, Freema and I would kiss every individual in the audience. Unfortunately there just isn't."
Other big winners at the awards show - where the honours are voted for by the public - included Ant and Dec.
They took the most popular entertainment presenters award.
Their show Saturday Night Takeaway won most popular entertainment programme and another one they present - I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here! - was named most popular reality show.
EastEnders won two awards - best soap and most popular actress for Lacey Turner, who plays Stacey Slater.
Rival show Coronation Street saw one of its stars - Kym Ryder - winning most popular newcomer, for her part as Michelle Connor.
The X Factor took the award for most popular talent show - beating Joseph show Any Dream Will Do.