SEVEN TAKES HOME SEVEN LOGIES

The Seven Network scooped the prize pool at last night's TV Week Logie Awards, winning more categories than any other network.

After a record 37 nominations out of a possible 23 categories, Seven won a total of seven awards - five more than the Nine Network (who won two), three more than Network Ten and Foxtel (who won four respectively) and one more than the ABC (who won five).

Gold Logie winner JOHN WOOD led the charge, with the Blue Heelers star finally taking out the highly coveted gong - after a decade of nominations - for his highly respected role as Sergeant Tom Croydon.

He was also honoured with the Silver Logie for Most Popular Actor for the second year running.

And while Home and Away star KATE RITCHIE may have had to wait 18 years to be nominated at Australian television's night of nights, she didn't have to wait long at all for her first award, taking out the TV Week Silver Logie for Most Popular Actress for her rollercoaster ride as Sally Fletcher.

But Ritchie's Silver was just one of four Logies that Home and Away laid claim to last night.

Seven's top rating drama also took home the Logie for Most Popular Drama while JODI GORDON, who plays Martha McKenzie, won the Logie for Most Popular New Female Talent.

PAUL O'BRIEN, who plays her partner Jack Holden in the show, scored the corresponding award for Most Popular New Male Talent.

Last of all, Seven's runaway ratings smash, Dancing With The Stars, picked up the Logie for Most Popular Light Entertainment/Comedy Program. The grand final, which sees Sunrise weatherman Grant Denyer face off boxer Kostya Tszyu, kicks off tomorrow night on Seven at 7.30pm .