The BBC was a big winner, taking home 8 Rockie Awards. Canadian programmes won 7 trophies this year. Over 35 countries participated in this year’s competition. The Awards honour excellence in 23 categories across drama, comedy, children’s, factual, digital and more. The Rockie Awards luncheon was hosted by Danielle Graham, anchor of eTalk. The winners include for Best Animation ‘Revolting Rhymes’ (Magic Light Pictures in association with BBC One, United Kingdom), for Best Children & Youth Fiction Program ‘Hetty Feather’ (CBBC Productions/CBBC, United Kingdom), for Best Children & Youth Non-Fiction Program ‘Hello World!’ (Discovery Channel in association with Radicalmedia and WWF, United States), for Best Comedy Series: English Language Program ‘Fleabag’ (All3media International in association with Two Brothers and BBC3, United Kingdom), for Best Comedy Series: Non-English Language Program ‘Callboys’ (Woestijnvis/FBO, VIER, Belgium), Best Digital Fiction Program ‘peopleWatching’ (Lapaire Productions, Canada), Best Digital Non-Fiction Program ‘Young Guns’ (go90 Rogue Atlas Productions in association with Rated Red, Complex, United States), Best Drama Series: English Language Program ‘American Crime’ (Disney | ABC Television Group, ABC Studios, United States), for Best Drama Series: Non-English Language Program ‘The Menten Case’ (NPO in association with Omroep MAX, Netherlands), for Best Environmental & Wildlife Program ‘Planet Earth II’ (BBC Studios – Natural History Unit, in association with ZDF, BBC America, France Television, Tencent, United Kingdom/Germany/United States/France/China), for Best Francophone Program ‘Victor Lessard’ (Productions Pixcom Inc. in association with Québecor Contenu, Canada), for Best History & Biography Program ‘Storyville: The Black Panthers’ (Firelight Media in association with BBC, United Kingdom/United States), for Best Interactive Content ‘Cardboard Crash’ (National Film Board of Canada, Canada), for Best Interactive Content for Kids & Youth ‘Backstage: Too Much Keaton’ (Secret Location in association with Fresh Interactive, DHX Media, Bell Fund, Canada), for Best Lifestyle Program ‘Hello Goodbye’ (FORTE Entertainment in association with Pivotal Media, Canada), for Best Melodrama ‘Grey’s Anatomy’ (Disney | ABC Television Group, ABC Studios, United States), for Best Music, Performance, Arts & Variety Program ‘Tracey Ullman’s Show’ (BBC Studios in association with Allan McKeowan Presents, United Kingdom), for Best Preschool Program ‘PAW Patrol’ (Spin Master PAW Productions 3 Inc., Canada), for Best Reality Program ‘60 Days In’ (Lucky8 TV in association with A+E Network, United States), for Best Science & Technology Program ‘Becoming Superhuman’ (The Feds in association with the Australian Broadcasting Corporation, Australia), for Best Sci-Fi, Fantasy & Action Program ‘Timeless’ (MiddKid Productions, Kripke Enterprises, David Entertainment in association with Sony Pictures Television and Universal Television, United States), for Best Social & Investigative Program - there was a tie – ‘Floortje Back to Syria’ (Dessing Productions in association with BNNVARRA and NPO, Netherlands) & ‘Mabel’ (National Film Board of Canada, Canada), for Best Television Miniseries ‘The Night Of’ (HBO Entertainment in association with BBC, Bad Wolf Productions and Film Rites) and Best Television Movie ‘Damilola, Our Loved Boy’ (Minnow Films in association with BBC, United Kingdom).