NATIONAL TELEVISION AWARDS 2020: THE NOMINATIONS REVEALED 0 64

Today (15th October) contenders for the National Television Awards 2020 have been revealed and voting has officially opened. 

The power is now in the hands of viewers, as the great British public choose their most beloved TV stars and shows ahead of the special silver anniversary NTAs show with its brand new host.

On 28th January 2020, hundreds of famous faces and thousands of fans will gather at The O2 London for the star-studded extravaganza, presented for the first time by David Walliams. 

It’s the biggest night in British broadcasting, aired live on ITV – and with the NTAs celebrating its 25th successful year, there are even more surprises than usual in store. 

This year, the NTAs has reintroduced the Challenge category to reflect the number of hit shows putting the public through its paces. Newcomers The Circle and Race Across The World will take on established favourites like Love Island and The Great British Bake Off.  

It’s been a big year for New Drama, with surveillance culture coming under the spotlight in The Capture and a new spin was put on the period drama in Gentleman Jack. Other acclaimed hits in this category include Chernobyl, Cleaning Up, Mrs Wilson, World On Fire and A Confession. 

Returning favourites Line of Duty, Peaky Blinders, Call The Midwife, Victoria and Vera are all vying for votes in the fiercely fought Drama category, as is Poldark which saw Aidan Turner brooding one final time on those Cornish cliffs as the series bowed out.

Global phenomenon Phoebe Waller-Bridge has been riding high in the US. Can she now make it a triumphant homecoming with Fleabag nominated for Comedy and Killing Eve for Drama?  

Comedy has had a stellar 12 months with a triumphant second season for Derry Girls and massive acclaim for Ricky Gervais’s After Life and both shows are among the Comedy contenders alongside Fleabag.

The autumn months have certainly been enlivened by the debut of RuPaul’s Drag Race UK which makes the list of shows vying for The Bruce Forsyth Entertainment Award following its debut on BBC Three.  And our favourite Talent Show formats have introduced some fresh twists with The X Factor: Celebrity and Britain’s Got Talent: The Champions.  Will either have what it takes to beat Strictly Come Dancing? 

Can EastEnders or Coronation Street break Emmerdale’s three-year hot streak in the Serial Drama category? 

Can anyone, literally anyone, break Ant & Dec’s 18-year hot streak in the TV Presenter category?

This year’s longlists also demonstrate the growth of streaming services, with record numbers of nominations for Amazon Prime (Good Omens, The Grand Tour, The Boys) and its rival streaming giant Netflix (Sex Education, Stranger Things, Black Mirror : Bandersnatch, The Sinner).

TV stars and lucky viewers will then descend on The O2 London on 28th January, when the results will be revealed LIVE. And you can be there! Book your seat now at nationaltvawards.com

HOW TO VOTE IN 14 CATEGORIES

Voting is easy – you can vote for your TV favourites online at nationaltvawards.com OR simply call 0844 646 2060 for a voting form. 
Calls cost 5p plus your network access charge. Voting closes at 11pm Friday 25th October 2019. PLUS, find out how YOU can actually be at The NTAs in January for the biggest night of the TV year by going to nationaltvawards.com for tickets.

The shortlist will be announced in January when the final round of voting begins. Winners will be announced at the ceremony on ITV on 28th January.  Full voting terms and conditions at nationaltvawards.com.

NEW DRAMA

  • The Widow
  • Wild Bill
  • Cheat
  • The Sinner
  • The Politician
  • Gentleman Jack
  • Cleaning Up
  • Mrs Wilson
  • Blood
  • The Long Song
  • World on Fire
  • The Capture
  • The Boys
  • Informer
  • Catch-22
  • Dark Heart
  • 15 Days
  • Hatton Garden
  • The Abc Murders
  • Chernobyl
  • The Little Drummer Girl
  • MotherFatherSon
  • Manhunt
  • The Victim
  • Sanditon
  • Deep Water
  • A Confession
  • Les Misérables
  • The Bay
  • Baptiste

TALENT SHOW

  • All Together Now
  • Britain’s Got Talent
  • Strictly Come Dancing
  • The Voice
  • The Voice Kids
  • Britain’s Got Talent: The Champions
  • The Greatest Dancer
  • The Rap Game UK
  • The X Factor: Celebrity
  • Dancing On Ice

DRAMA

  • Silent Witness
  • The Handmaid’s Tale
  • Victoria
  • Outlander
  • Black Mirror: Bandersnatch
  • Midsomer Murders
  • Killing Eve
  • The Walking Dead
  • Endeavour
  • Call the Midwife
  • Shetland
  • Peaky Blinders
  • Grantchester
  • Luther
  • Doc Martin
  • Game of Thrones
  • Stranger Things
  • Vera
  • Death in Paradise
  • Line of Duty
  • Casualty
  • Poldark
  • Cold Feet

TV PRESENTER

  • Bradley Walsh
  • Richard Osman
  • Jonathan Ross
  • Rylan Clark-Neal
  • Emma Willis
  • Jimmy Carr
  • Alex Jones
  • Rob Rinder
  • Paddy McGuinness
  • Caroline Flack
  • Paul O’Grady
  • Freddie Flintoff
  • Sandi Toksvig
  • Ben Shephard
  • Jordan Banjo
  • Holly Willoughby
  • Rochelle Humes
  • Susanna Reid
  • Keith Lemon
  • Rob Beckett
  • Fiona Bruce
  • Graham Norton
  • Alexander Armstrong
  • Ant & Dec
  • Tess Daly
  • Stephen Mulhern
  • Dermot O’Leary
  • Stacey Dooley
  • Gary Lineker
  • Lorraine Kelly
  • Phillip Schofield
  • Michael McIntyre
  • Sue Barker
  • Davina McCall
  • Adam Hills
  • Nick Knowles
  • Marvin Humes
  • Mo Gilligan
  • Jeremy Clarkson
  • Alesha Dixon
  • Joe Lycett
  • Noel Fielding
  • Zoe Ball
  • Piers Morgan
  • Matt Baker
  • Claudia Winkleman

TV JUDGE

  • Alan Carr (RuPaul’s Drag Race UK)
  • Alesha Dixon (Britain’s Got Talent / Britain’s Got Talent: The Champions)
  • Amanda Holden (Britain’s Got Talent / Britain’s Got Talent: The Champions)
  • Ashley Banjo (Dancing on Ice)
  • Bruno Tonioli (Strictly Come Dancing)
  • Cheryl (The Greatest Dancer)
  • Christopher Dean (Dancing on Ice)
  • Craig Revel Horwood (Strictly Come Dancing)
  • Danny Jones (The Voice Kids)
  • David Walliams (Britain’s Got Talent / Britain’s Got Talent: The Champions)
  • Dominic Skinner (Glow Up: Britain’s Next Make-Up Star)
  • Esme Young (The Great British Sewing Bee)
  • Geri Horner (All Together Now)
  • Graham Norton (RuPaul’s Drag Race UK)
  • Gregg Wallace (MasterChef)
  • Jayne Torvill (Dancing on Ice)
  • Jessie J (The Voice Kids)
  • John Torode (MasterChef)
  • Lord Sugar (The Apprentice)
  • Louis Walsh (The X Factor: Celebrity)
  • Matthew Morrison (The Greatest Dancer)
  • Michelle Visage (RuPaul’s Drag Race UK)
  • Motsi Mabuse (Strictly Come Dancing)
  • Nicole Scherzinger (The X Factor: Celebrity)
  • Olly Murs (The Voice UK)
  • Oti Mabuse (The Greatest Dancer)
  • Patrick Grant (The Great British Sewing Bee)
  • Paul Hollywood (The Great British Bake Off)
  • Pixie Lott (The Voice Kids)
  • Prue Leith (The Great British Bake Off)
  • RuPaul (RuPaul’s Drag Race UK)
  • Shirley Ballas (Strictly Come Dancing)
  • Simon Cowell (Britain’s Got Talent / Britain’s Got Talent: The Champions / The X Factor: Celebrity)
  • Sir Tom Jones (The Voice UK)
  • Val Garland (Glow Up: Britain’s Next Make-Up Star)
  • will.i.am (The Voice UK / The Voice Kids)

DRAMA PERFORMANCE

  • Adrian Dunbar (Ted Hastings, Line of Duty / Jim Hogan, Blood)
  • Aidan Turner (Ross Poldark, Poldark)
  • Alexander Skarsgård (Gadi Becker, The Little Drummer Girl)
  • Anna Friel (Lisa Kallisto, Deep Water)
  • Ardal O’Hanlon DI Jack Mooney, Death in Paradise)
  • Brenda Blethyn DCI Vera Stanhope, Vera)
  • Callum Turner Shaun Emery, The Capture)
  • Cathy Shipton Lisa Duffin, Casualty)
  • Christopher Abbott Yossarian, Catch-22)
  • Cillian Murphy Thomas Shelby, Peaky Blinders)
  • David Oyelowo Javert, Les Misérables)
  • Dominic West Jean Valjean, Les Misérables)
  • Douglas Henshall DI Jimmy Perez, Shetland)
  • Eleanor Tomlinson Demelza Poldark, Poldark)
  • Elisabeth Moss (June Osborne / Offred, The Handsmaid’s Tale)
  • Emilia Fox (Dr Nikki Alexander, Silent Witness)
  • Fay Ripley (Jenny Gifford, Cold Feet)
  • Florence Pugh (Charmian / Charlie Ross, The Little Drummer Girl)
  • George Clooney (Scheisskopf, Catch-22)
  • Helen McCrory (Polly Gray, Peaky Blinders / Kathryn Finch, MotherFatherSon)
  • Hermoine Norris (Karen Marsden, Cold Feet)
  • Holliday Grainger (DI Rachel Carey, The Capture)
  • Idris Elba (DCI John Luther, Luther)
  • Imelda Staunton (Karen Edwards, A Confession)
  • James Nesbitt (Adam Williams, Cold Feet)
  • Jenna Coleman (Queen Victoria, Victoria)
  • Jenny Agutter (Sister Julienne, Call the Midwife)
  • Jodie Comer (Villanelle, Killing Eve)
  • John Malkovich (Hercule Poirot, The ABC Murders)
  • John Thomson (Pete Gifford, Cold Feet)
  • Kate Beckinsale (Georgia Wells, The Widow)
  • Katherine Kelly (Leah Dale, Cheat)
  • Kelly Macdonald (Anna Dean, The Victim)
  • Kenneth Cranham (Brian Reader, Hatton Garden)
  • Leonie Elliott Nurse (Lucille Anderson, Call the Midwife)
  • Lesley Manville (Robina Chase, World on Fire)
  • Lily Collins (Fantine, Les Misérables)
  • Martin Clunes (DCI Colin Sutton, Manhunt / Dr Martin Ellingham, Doc Martin)
  • Martin Compston (DS Steve Arnott, Line of Duty)
  • Martin Freeman (DS Stephen Fulcher, A Confession)
  • Michael Stevenson (Iain Dean, Casualty)
  • Molly Windsor (Rose Vaughan, Cheat)
  • Morven Christie (DS Lisa Armstrong, The Bay)
  • Nabhaan Rizwan (Raza Shar, Informer)
  • Neil Dudgeon (DCI John Barnaby, Midsomer Murders)
  • Richard Gere (Max Finch, MotherFatherSon)
  • Rob Lowe (Chief Constable Bill Hixon, Wild Bill)
  • Robert Bathurst (David Marsden, Cold Feet)
  • Robson Green (Geordie Keating, Grantchester)
  • Rose Williams (Charlotte Heywood, Sanditon)
  • Ruth Wilson (Alison Wilson, Mrs Wilson)
  • Sandra Oh (Eve Polastri, Killing Eve)
  • Sean Bean (Douglas Bennett, World on Fire)
  • Shaun Evans (DS Endeavour Morse, Endeavour)
  • Sheridan Smith (Sam Cook, Cleaning Up)
  • Siobhan Finneran (Elaine Pickford, A Confession)
  • Stephen Graham John Corbett, Line of Duty)
  • Suranne Jones (Anne Lister, Gentleman Jack)
  • Tamara Lawrence (July, The Long Song)
  • Tchéky Karyo (Julien Baptiste, Baptiste)
  • Timothy Spall (Terry Perkins, Hatton Garden)
  • Tom Brittney (Rev Will Davenport, Grantchester)
  • Tom Hughes (Prince Albert, Victoria)
  • Vicky McClure (DS Kate Fleming, Line of Duty)

CHALLENGE SHOW

  • The Apprentice
  • The Circle
  • Glow Up: Britain’s Next Make-Up Star
  • The Great British Bake Off
  • The Great British Sewing Bee
  • The Great Model Railway Challenge
  • The Heist
  • Hunted
  • Love Island
  • MasterChef
  • Race Across the World
  • Treasure Island with Bear Grylls

SERIAL DRAMA

  • Coronation Street
  • Doctors
  • EastEnders
  • Emmerdale
  • Hollyoaks
  • Home and Away
  • Neighbours

SERIAL DRAMA PERFORMANCE

  • Adrian Lewis Morgan (Dr Jimmi Clay, Doctors)
  • Alexandra Mardell (Emma Brooker, Coronation Street)
  • Alison King (Carla Connor, Coronation Street)
  • Amy Walsh (Tracy Metcalfe, Emmerdale)
  • Ashley Taylor Dawson (Darren Osborne, Hollyoaks)
  • Danny Dyer (Mick Carter, EastEnders)
  • Danny Miller (Aaron Dingle, Emmerdale)
  • Elisabeth Dermot Walsh (Dr Zara Carmichael, Doctors)
  • Gregory Finnegan (James Nightingale, Hollyoaks)
  • Haiesha Mistry (Yasmine Maalik, Hollyoaks)
  • Isabel Hodgins (Victoria Barton, Emmerdale)
  • Jack P. Shepherd (David Platt, Coronation Street)
  • James Bye (Martin Fowler, EastEnders)
  • Jeff Hordley (Cain Dingle, Emmerdale)
  • Jennifer Metcalfe (Mercedes McQueen, Hollyoaks)
  • Katie McGlynn (Sinead Tinker, Coronation Street)
  • Kellie Bright (Linda Carter, EastEnders)
  • Letitia Dean (Sharon Mitchell, EastEnders)
  • Mark Charnock (Marlon Dingle, Emmerdale)
  • Mikey North (Gary Windass, Coronation Street)
  • Natalie J Robb (Moira Dingle, Emmerdale)
  • Rishi Nair (Sami Maalik, Hollyoaks)
  • Rob Mallard (Daniel Osbourne, Coronation Street)
  • Shona McGarty (Whitney Dean, EastEnders)
  • Talia Vanessa Grant (Brooke Hathaway, Hollyoaks)
  • Zack Morris (Keegan Baker, EastEnders)

NEWCOMER

  • Imran Adams (Mitchell Deveraux, Hollyoaks)
  • Jack Nolan (Will Noble, Casualty)
  • Jurell Carter (Nate Robinson, Emmerdale)
  • Max Bowden (Ben Mitchell, EastEnders)
  • Peter Ash (Paul Foreman, Coronation Street)

LIVE MAGAZINE SHOW

  • BBC Breakfast
  • Good Morning Britain
  • Jeremy Vine
  • Loose Women
  • Lorraine
  • The One Show
  • Saturday Kitchen Live
  • Sunday Brunch
  • This Morning
  • Victoria Derbyshire

BRUCE FORSYTH ENTERTAINMENT AWARD

  • 8 Out of 10 Cats Does Countdown
  • A League of Their Own
  • A Question of Sport
  • All Round to Mrs Brown’s
  • The Big Narstie Show
  • Britain’s Brightest Family
  • Catchphrase
  • Catchpoint
  • Celebrity Juice
  • The Chase
  • Eating with My Ex
  • The Graham Norton Show
  • Harry Hill’s Alien Fun Capsule
  • Have I Got News for You
  • The Hit List
  • I’m a Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here!
  • In for a Penny
  • The Jonathan Ross Show
  • The Last Leg With Adam Hills
  • The Lateish Show With Mo Gilligan
  • Mastermind
  • Michael McIntyre’s Big Show
  • Ninja Warrior UK
  • Piers Morgan’s Life Stories
  • Pointless
  • The Rob Rinder Verdict
  • RuPaul’s Drag Race UK
  • Shopping with Keith Lemon
  • Small Fortune
  • Taskmaster
  • This Time Next Year
  • Through the Keyhole
  • Tipping Point
  • University Challenge
  • The Wall
  • Who Dares Wins
  • Who Wants to Be a Millionaire?
  • Would I Lie to You?

COMEDY

  • After Life
  • Derry Girls
  • Don’t Forget the Driver
  • Fleabag
  • Ghosts
  • Good Omens
  • Hold the Sunset
  • Mrs Brown’s Boys
  • Not Going Out
  • Scarborough
  • Sex Education
  • Still Open All Hours
  • The Reluctant Landlord
  • This Time with Alan Partridge
  • Warren
  • Young Sheldon

FACTUAL

  • Top Gear
  • American History’s Biggest Fibs
  • Stacey Dooley Investigates
  • Ambulance
  • Countryfile
  • Harry’s Heroes: The Full English
  • Rob & Romesh Vs
  • Long Lost Family
  • Our Planet
  • Who Do You Think You Are?
  • The Grand Tour
  • Gogglebox
  • Our Yorkshire Farm
  • 63 Up
  • Gordon, Gino and Fred: Road Trip
  • Paul O’Grady: For The Love of Dogs
  • Queer Eye
  • Match of the Day
  • Antiques Roadshow
  • Heathrow: Britain’s Busiest Airport
  • Blue Planet Live
  • Inside the Ritz Hotel
  • DIY SOS: The Big Build
  • Earth from Space
  • Jesy Nelson: ‘Odd One Out’
  • Leaving Neverland: Michael Jackson And Me
  • Martin Clunes: Islands of America
  • Bradley Walsh & Son: Breaking Dad
  • Dynasties
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WILL BAYLEY LEAVES STRICTLY AFTER INJURY 0 26

Sadly, due to the injury sustained last week, Will Bayley is leaving Strictly Come Dancing.

Executive Producer Sarah James said: “We are so sad that Will is unable to continue on the show. He is an incredible and talented person who has brought us some unforgettable moments this series – in particular his powerful and moving Couple’s Choice routine. He will be greatly missed and we wish him a speedy recovery.”

Will Bayley said: “I’m gutted my Strictly journey has had to come to an end. I’ve loved being part of the show, and am so grateful for the phenomenal support we have received. I want to say a special thank you to Janette for believing in me and giving me the confidence to believe in myself. The things we achieved, from our Couple’s Choice dance through to the lifts in our Salsa, will stay with me forever. I’ve had the time of my life.”

Janette Manrara said: “Absolutely devastated that Will and I will not be able to continue dancing. We made some incredible memories that I will never forget, and I am pleased to have shared them with such an inspirational person, whom I can now call a friend for life.”

Will and Janette will be on It Takes Two tonight from 6.30pm on BBC Two.

MTV EMAs ADDS DUA LIPA, NCT 127 & MORE TO PERFORMER LINE UP 0 107

You know her, you love her, and she won Best Pop at the 2018 MTV EMA! Pop superstar Dua Lipa will be joining the 2019 main show performer lineup along with some new faces to the MTV EMA: Seoul-based global pop powerhouse NCT 127.

But wait, there’s more!

Mexican pop superstar Sofia Reyes will also be returning to the MTV EMA, this time joined by Puerto Rican hitmaker Jhay Cortez and Brazilian drag queen, singer, and songwriter and 2019 Best Brasilian Act nominee Pabllo Vittar. These three artists will kick off the biggest global music celebration of the year with pre-show performances on the EMA red carpet!

On top of hearing from these amazing artists, actors Terry Crews and Paz Vega and supermodels Joan Smalls, Doutzen Kroes, Georgina Rodriguez and Leomie Anderson will make some very special appearances throughout show!

Dua Lipa and NCT 127 join previously announced performers Niall Horan, Halsey, Rosalía, EMA show host Becky G, Akon, Ava Max and Mabel. Iconic rock act Green Day, The Struts and León Benavente will also perform from Seville’s spectacular Plaza de España as a part of “MTV World Stage Seville.”