They'll be happy with that.
It smashed expectations when it debuted on Australian screens last month and now the Peter Allen miniseries, Peter Allen: Not The Boy Next Door is set to receive even more acclaim after it garnered a whopping ten nominations at this year's Australian Academy of Cinema and Television Arts (AACTA) awards, the most of any TV production nominated.
The show based on the iconic late singer's life, received nominations for Best Telefeature Or Mini Series, Best Direction In A Television Drama Or Comedy, Best Screenplay In Television, Best Editing In Television, Best Sound In Television, Best Production Design In Television and Best Costume Design In Television.
Meanwhile, the show's stars also received nods as Joel Jackson (who portrays Allen) was awarded a nomination for Best Lead Actor In A Television Drama, while Ky Baldwin was recognised for the Best Supporting Actor In A Television Drama category, as was Sigrid Thornton for Best Supporting Actress.
Over on the Aussie films list, newly-released drama The Dressmaker and arguably one of 2015's most popular films, Mad Max: Fury Road scooped up the most nominations, both being picked in the Best Film and Best Direction categories.
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Check out the below list of the film and TV nominations below.
Holding The Man
Last Cab To Darwin
Mad Max: Fury Road
Last Cab To Darwin — Jeremy Sims
Mad Max: Fury Road — George Miller
Robyn Butler — Now Add Honey
Ningali Lawford-Wolf — Last Cab To Darwin
Charlize Theron — Mad Max: Fury Road
Kate Winslet — The Dressmaker
Peter Allen: Not The Boy Next Door
The Secret River
Banished — Jeffrey Walker
Deadline Gallipoli — Michael Rymer
Peter Allen: Not The Boy Next Door — Shawn Seet
The Principal — Kriv Stenders
Wayne Blair — Redfern Now
Joel Jackson — Deadline Gallipoli
Joel Jackson — Peter Allen: Not The Boy Next Door
Oliver Jackson-Cohen — The Secret River
Deborah Mailman — Redfern Now
Pamela Rabe — Wentworth
Peta Sergeant — House Of Hancock
Sarah Snook — The Secret River
For a full look at the nominees in all categories, head to the AACTA website.
The fifth AACTA Awards ceremony will be held on Wednesday 9 December at The Star in Sydney. Tickets can be purchased from the above link.