Viewers have voted on Britain's best-loved programmes for the 21st NTAs, which will be hosted by Dermot O'Leary, and the shortlist has now been announced.
In the New Drama category, Poldark, Humans, Doctor Foster and Ordinary Lies go head-to-head, and the latter two were actually named by Reveal as TV picks of 2015. But which show will take home the big prize?
In a first for the annual awards ceremony, factual programmes have been pitted against entertainment shows in a new all-embracing category, TV Presenter.
Usually, Geordie duo Ant and Dec have dominated the Entertainment Presenter category for the past 14 years, but with this new category, will they finally have competition on their hands?
Other contenders up for a presenter gong include The Great British Bake Off's Mel and Sue, Graham Norton, and for the first time ever, Big Brother star Rylan Clark.
In typical fashion, Ant and Dec also compete against themselves in the Entertainment Programme category with Ant and Dec's Saturday Night Takeaway and I'm a Celebrity…Get Me Out of Here! The category is rounded off with The Graham Norton Show and Celebrity Juice.
Our favourite daytime shows will go head-to-head for the best Live Magazine Show with BBC Breakfast, Loose Women, The One Show and This Morning competing for the gong.
It's a tough shortlist for Drama Performance as we see Broadchurch's David Tennant, Black Work's Sheridan Smith, Doctor Foster's Suranne Jones and Poldark's Aidan Turner all in the running.
And on the soaps front, some of the past year's most gripping storylines has been shortlisted for Serial Drama Performance. On EastEnders we had Rakhee Thakrar's moving portrayal of Shabnam Kazemi (née Masood)'s stillbirth, while Danny Dyer portrayed Mick Carter's anger towards rapist Dean Wicks. Over on Coronation Street Alison King was at the centre of the drama as Carla Connor contemplated suicide, while on Emmerdale Michael Parr raised hell in the village as bad boy Ross Barton.
Elsewhere, soap stars Gemma Atkinson, Parry Glasspool, Richard Blackwood and Shayne Ward have been nominated in the Best Newcomer category.
The nation must now decide which stars and shows get to win one of the coveted trophies. Check out the full nominations list and vote for free online at www.nationaltvawards.com or you can vote by phone 0905 647 2016. Votes close on 20 January.
The National Television Awards airs on ITV on 20 January from The O2 London.
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