UK National Television Awards 2015: nominees

2015-01-07_0146Sherlock, Doctor Who, Cilla and Downton Abbey will compete for the Drama award in the UK’s National Television Awards.

While Sarah Lancashire made the cut for the Drama Performance award, Happy Valley missed out on a Drama nod.

But Peter Capaldi also missed a nomination, despite previous Time Lords Matt Smith, David Tennant and Christopher Eccleston all taking home the award.

Winners will be announced on January 21.

Drama
Cilla
Doctor Who
Downton Abbey
Sherlock

Drama Performance
Benedict Cumberbatch
Sarah Lancashire
Dame Maggie Smith
Sheridan Smith

Comedy
Benidorm
Mrs Brown’s Boys
Outnumbered
The Big Bang Theory

Talent Show
Britain’s Got Talent
Strictly Come Dancing
The Voice UK
The X Factor

Entertainment Programme
Ant & Dec’s Saturday Night Takeaway
Celebrity Big Brother
I’m a Celebrity…Get Me Out of Here!
Through the Keyhole

Entertainment Presenter
Ant & Dec
Keith Lemon
Dermot O’Leary
Bradley Walsh

Factual
Gogglebox
Long Lost Family
Paul O’Grady: For the Love of Dogs
Top Gear

Chat Show Host
Alan Carr
Michael McIntyre
Graham Norton
Paul O’Grady
Jonathan Ross

Daytime
Pointless
The Chase
The Jeremy Kyle Show
This Morning

Multichannel
Celebrity Juice
Game of Thrones
Geordie Shore
The Walking Dead

Newcomer
Maddy Hill
Lee Mead
Cameron Moore
Michael Parr

Serial Drama
Coronation Street
EastEnders
Emmerdale
Hollyoaks

Serial Drama Performance
Kellie Bright
Danny Dyer
Verity Rushworth
Nikki Sanderson

Skills Challenge Show
Come Dine with Me
MasterChef
The Apprentice
The Great British Bake Off

TV Judge
Mary Berry
Simon Cowell
Cheryl Fernandez-Versini
David Walliams

Source: Independent

4 Comments:

  1. I hope Sarah Lancashire wins for Happy Valley. sge really deserves it. Kelly Bright or Danny Dyer deserve it too for their performances in Eastenders

  2. Caught Pointless while on holiday in the UK. My husband and I fell in love with the show. I wish a channel (preferably the ABC) would buy it and show it here.

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