The Channel 4 soap walked away with six out of 14 gongs at the ceremony, including best actor and best actress for Chris Fountain (Justin Burton) and Emma Rigby (Hannah Ashworth) respectively.
Clare Cunningham (Gemma Bissix) driving off a cliff was recognised in both the most spectacular scene and best exit categories, while Matt Littler (Max Cunningham) and Darren Jon Jeffries (Sam 'OB' O'Brien) were named best screen partnership. Roxanne McKee (Louise Summers) was also voted sexiest female.
EastEnders came away with four awards in total, including the coveted best soap prize. Jo Joyner (Tanya Branning) lifted the best dramatic performance gong, while Jamie Borthwick (Jay Brown) triumphed in the same category for a young actor or actress. Max and Stacey’s affair was also named best storyline.
Coronation Street picked up five awards, including best comedy performance for
Maggie Jones (Blanche Hunt) and best newcomer for Michelle Keegan (Tina McIntyre).
The ITV soap also fared well in the viewer-chosen categories, with Rob James-Collier (Liam Connor) scooping sexiest male and Jack P. Shepherd winning best villain for his portrayal of David Platt.
Meanwhile, Emmerdale won best single episode for 'Daniel's Death'.
BBC daytime medical soap Doctors failed to pick up any gongs at this year's ceremony, which was hosted by This Morning presenters Fern Britton and Phillip Schofield.
The lifetime achievement award went to ex-Corrie star Liz Dawn, while Emmerdale line producer Tim Fee won the special achievement award.
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