Australian Tumbleweed Awards 2012 – Worst Sounding Upcoming Show – Winner: “Mad As Hell (ABC) – 63.3% | Voter’s Comments: “Not being on Wednesday nights definitely helped.” “Dare one say it was better than Newstopia? Yes, because really good sketches, I guess!” “Woodley was something fresh and new, whereas Mad As Hell was more of the same from Micallef. But it was brilliant, and although there was no Kat Stewart or Nicholas Bell, the return of Roz Hammond and Francis Greenslade to Shaun’s side more than made up for it.” | Last Year’s Winner: The Bazura Project (ABC)

Australian Tumbleweed Awards 2012 – Worst Sounding Upcoming Show – Winner: “Mad As Hell (ABC) – 63.3% | Voter’s Comments: “Not being on Wednesday nights definitely helped.” “Dare one say it was better than Newstopia? Yes, because really good sketches, I guess!” “Woodley was something fresh and new, whereas Mad As Hell was more of the same from Micallef. But it was brilliant, and although there was no Kat Stewart or Nicholas Bell, the return of Roz Hammond and Francis Greenslade to Shaun’s side more than made up for it.” | Last Year’s Winner: The Bazura Project (ABC)

Australian Tumbleweed Awards 2012 - Worst Sounding Upcoming Show - Winner: "Mad As Hell (ABC) - 63.3% | Voter’s Comments: "Not being on Wednesday nights definitely helped." "Dare one say it was better than Newstopia? Yes, because really good sketches, I guess!" "Woodley was something fresh and new, whereas Mad As Hell was more of the same from Micallef. But it was brilliant, and although there was no Kat Stewart or Nicholas Bell, the return of Roz Hammond and Francis Greenslade to Shaun's side more than made up for it." | Last Year’s Winner: The Bazura Project (ABC)

Australian Tumbleweed Awards 2012 – Worst Sounding Upcoming Show – Winner: “Mad As Hell (ABC) – 63.3% | Voter’s Comments: “Not being on Wednesday nights definitely helped.” “Dare one say it was better than Newstopia? Yes, because really good sketches, I guess!” “Woodley was something fresh and new, whereas Mad As Hell was more of the same from Micallef. But it was brilliant, and although there was no Kat Stewart or Nicholas Bell, the return of Roz Hammond and Francis Greenslade to Shaun’s side more than made up for it.” | Last Year’s Winner: The Bazura Project (ABC)

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