The nominations for the annual Australian Logie Awards have just been announced and it's the Kiwis who lead the top gongs in Australia's biggest television industry event.
Auckland-born Martin Henderson, 40, is nominated in the Most Outstanding Actor category for his role in the thriller Secret and Lies.
Henderson played a man accused of murdering his neighbour's son. The six-part series screened on TV One.
He's currently filming Hellbent, an independent movie in New Mexico with Hunger Games actress Isabelle Fuhrman.
His former Shortland St alumni, Danielle Cormack, 44, is in the running for Most Outstanding Actress - again - for her part as Bea Smith in prison crime drama Wentworth.
It's not the first time Cormack has been nominated in the Logies. In 2012 she was up for Most Popular Actress in Underbelly: Razor and East West 101. Last year she was nominated for Outstanding Actress for Wentworth.
Cormack resides in Sydney with her director/producer boyfriend Adam Anthony and youngest son Te Ahi Ka, five.
Her eldest son Ethan Cormack-Anderson, 18, is studying at a New Zealand university.
Cormack is the darling of the Aussie acting scene, winning the best actress gong last month at the Astra Awards and stealing the red-carpet attention with a sexy sequin backless dress.
Kiwi television producer Phil Smith and his local production company Great Southern Television have been nominated for Most Outstanding Factual Program for their epic show Coast Australia.
It screened on the History Channel and was the second highest rating show in the history of the channel.
Smith, and the Scottish host of the series, Neil Oliver, are currently in the country filming Coast New Zealand.
Upper Middle Bogan got the nod in the best TV comedy category, although Kiwi thesps Robyn Malcolm and Michala Banas failed to make the grade in individual acting categories.
Former One News reporter Karl Stefanovic, who worked at TVNZ from 1996-1998, is nominated for Most Popular Presenter as the co-host of Today, Nine Network's popular morning programme.
The Logie Awards will take place on May 3 at Melbourne's Crown Palladium where Meghan Trainor and Sam Smith will perform.