Doctor Who has scooped up a 2012 Hugo award for 6.4: The Doctor's Wife.
The episode was nominated and won the 'Best Dramatic Presentation: Short Form' category for the Series 6 episode, written by Neil Gaiman and directed by Richard Clark.
According to reports, during his acceptance speech for the Hugo Award, Neil Gaiman confirmed he is writing another Doctor Who script stating:
"Only a fool or a mad man would try to do it again...so I'm on the third draft."
It is still unclear whether this will form part of the second half of Series 7 or a later set of episodes.
Also picking up an award in the 'Best Fancast' category was Doctor Who Writer and Author, Paul Cornell for the SF Squeecast.
The 2012 Hugo Awards were presented at Chicon 7; the 70th World Science Fiction Convention, and was held at Chicago's Hyatt Regency.