The National Television Awards will be returning to our screens this week.
Shows that have picked up nominations include Love Island, Netflix’s Wednesday and ITV’s This Morning which will be defending its title for Best Daytime TV programme. This is the first time it has been nominated following the Phillip Schofield scandal in May, which saw the long term presenter resign.
The awards are voted for by members of the public, with voting for your favourite TV show now reaching the final stages. NTAs host Joel Dommett will reveal the winners live tomorrow (5 September) night at London’s O2 Arena.
So, when are the NTAs, who is nominated, who is hosting, can you still vote and how can you watch it? Here’s everything you need to know.
When are the National Television Awards?
The NTAs Awards 2023 will take place on Tuesday 5 September at 7.30pm in London’s O2 Arena.
Who is nominated?
There will be plenty of awards up for grabs across a total of 16 categories. Here is the complete list of nominations for the NTAs Awards:
Queen Charlotte: A Bridgerton Story
Race Across the World
SAS: Who Dares Wins
Deborah James: Bowelbabe in Her Own Words
Lewis Capaldi: How I’m Feeling Now
Matt Willis: Fighting Addiction
Rob Burrow: Living with MND
Call the Midwife
Ant & Dec
Paul O’Grady: For The Love Of Dogs
Sort Your Life Out
The Martin Lewis Money Show Live
Brenda Blethyn, DCI Vera Stanhope, Vera
India Amarteifio, Young Queen Charlotte, Queen Charlotte: A Bridgerton Story
James Norton, Tommy Lee Royce, Happy Valley
Judy Parfitt, Sister Monica Joan, Call The Midwife
Sarah Lancashire, Catherine Cawood, Happy Valley
The Bruce Forsyth Entertainment Award
Ant & Dec’s Saturday Night Takeaway
I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here!
The Masked Singer
Louis Theroux Interviews…
Piers Morgan Uncensored
The Chris & Rosie Ramsey Show
The Graham Norton Show
Serial Drama Performance
Charlotte Jordan, Daisy Midgeley, Coronation Street
Danielle Harold, Lola Pearce-Brown, EastEnders
Dominic Brunt, Paddy Kirk, Emmerdale
Maureen Lipman, Evelyn Plummer, Coronation Street
Quiz Game Show
Michael McIntyre’s The Wheel
Richard Osman’s House Of Games
The 1% Club
The Chase Celebrity Special
Benjamin Chivers, Isaac, The Devil’s Hour
Bobby Brazier, Freddie Slater, EastEnders
Channique Sterling-Brown, Dee-Dee Bailey, Coronation Street
Lewis Cope, Nicky Milligan, Emmerdale
The Repair Shop
Britain’s Got Talent
Strictly Come Dancing
The Great British Bake Off
The Great British Sewing Bee
Who will host the NTAs?
Comedian Joel Dommett will be returning as host for the NTAs after he replaced David Walliams in 2021.
Speaking about the upcoming award show in an interview with Metro he revealed it was an “absolute joy” to be asked back to present for a third time. Dommett said: “It’s just a great night, I really think it’s wonderful, and all the nominees… it’s just amazing that they’re all on that list.”
He continued: “I find myself very annoying. So to be invited back for a third time, I find an absolute joy.”
Dommett’s wife is currently heavily pregnant, with the TV presenter joking on This Morning on Monday (4 September) that it would be his “dream” if his wife went into labour on the night. Dommett told Willoughby and Hammond: “It’s my dream, I think, that it happens tomorrow night and I arrive at the hospital in a tuxedo!”
Is voting for the NTAs still open?
Voting for the NTAs is still open, however fans don’t have long to have their say, with the vote closing at noon on Tuesday 5 September.
Viewers can pick their favourite shows by voting online on the National TV Awards website, it’s free to vote, just follow the link and instructions provided. Alternatively, you can also vote by phone if you call 0905 647 2023. Calls cost 25p per minute plus your network access charge, and should last no longer than seven minutes.
How can I watch the NTAs?
The NTAs will be available to watch live this Tuesday on ITV One from 7.30pm.