After last year’s hugely successful awards which saw over 265,000 votes registered, the I Talk Telly Awards are back, and we're delighted to have a wealth of UA clients receive nominations.
Best New Comedy
After Life - Created, Director, Written by and starring Ricky Gervais. The Series stars Diane Morgan, Tony Way, Brian Gittins, David Earl, Nikhil Parmar, Produced by Charlie Hanson and Edited by Jo Walker.
Back to Life - starring Liam Williams, with Director of Photography Ben Wheeler, Production Design by Charlotte Pearson, with episodes 1, 3 & 5 Edited by Christopher Watson.
Brassic - written and co-created by Danny Brocklehurst and stars Michelle Keegan, Debbie Rush, Aaron Heffernan, Anna Acton and Nikhil Parmar, with Movement Director Jack Murphy.
Ghosts - co-created, co-written by, exec produced and starring Jim Howick, and starring Caoilfhionn Dunne and Music by Arthur Sharpe.
Sliced - Starring David Mumeni, Kirsty J Curtis, Danielle Vitalis, Martin Trenaman and Costume Design by Ruka Johnson.
This Way Up - with Sharon Horgan, Nikhil Parmar, Danielle Vitalis and Production Design by Tim Dickel.
Year of the Rabbit - Starring David Dawson, Craig Parkinson, George Potts, Angus Wright, Production Design by Samantha Harley and Costume Design by Rosa Dias.
Best Returning Comedy
Derry Girls - Written and created by Lisa McGee, directed by Michael Lennox, Co-edited by Joe Randall-Cutler and stars Claire Rafferty and Michael Shea.
Fleabag - Starring Sian Clifford, Andrew Scott, Olivia Colman. Directed by Harry Bradbeer, edited by Gary Dollner and with Costume Design by Ray Holman.
GameFace - with Dustin Demri-Burns.
Lee and Dean - Co-created by Mark O'Sullivan and stars Emily Fairman.
Man Like Mobeen - with Tom Bennett.
Motherland - Starring Anna Maxwell Martin, Diane Morgan, Lucy Punch, Jackie Clune, Michael Abubakar, written by & co-created by Sharon Horgan for Merman Pictures, and co-written by Barunka O'Shaughnessy.
Stath Lets Flats - created, written by and starring Jamie Demetriou, with Natasia Demetriou, Dustin Demri-Burns, Ellie White, Nick Mohammed and David Mumeni.
Two Doors Down - Starring Kieran Hodgson and Joy McAvoy.
Best Comedy Performance
Jamie Demetriou, Stath Lets Flats
Natasia Demetriou, Stath Lets Flats
Ricky Gervais, After Life
Best Comedy Partnership
Aisling Bea & Sharon Horgan, This Way Up
Chris O’Dowd & Rosamund Pike, State of the Union
Ellie White & Natasia Demetriou, Ellie & Natasia
Mark O’Sullivan & Miles Chapman, Lee & Dean
Rob Delaney & Sharon Horgan, Catastrophe
Best New Drama
The Accident - with Matthew Gravelle, Oliver Ryan, Production Design by Pat Campbell, Episode 3 Edited by Sofie Alonzi and music by Stuart Earl.
The Bay - starring Imogen King.
The Capture - with Daisy Waterstone, Ian Pirie, Ginny Holder, Kiran Sonia Sawar, Peter Singh, Dustin Demri-Burns and with hair and make-up design from Angie Mudge.
Chernobyl - with Jessie Buckley, Caoilfhionn Dunne, Gerard Kearns, Ian Pirie, James Cosmo, and with Prosthetic Make up Artist Lucy Sibbick.
Dublin Murders - Adapted by Sarah Phelps, Starring Sarah Greene, Ian Kenny, Barry O’Connor, Caoimhe O'Malley, with Sound Design by Paul Davies, Co-cast by our Louise Kiely CDG and Julie Harkin.
World on Fire - with Jonah Hauer-King, Julia Brown, Zofia Wichlacz, Ceallach Spellman, with Episode 1 Edited by Daniel Greenway, along with Jamie Pearson on Episodes 1 & 2, with Director of Photograpgy John De Borman BSC on Episode 3, Soren Bay on Episodes 4 & 7 and Costume Design by Nic Ede.
Years and Years - With Episodes directed by Lisa Mulcahy, with production design by Ed Turner, director of photography Tony Slater Ling BSC on eps 1-4 and hair & make-up design by Nic Collins.
Best Returning Drama
Black Mirror - Starring Andrew Scott, Daniel Ings, Sarah Ridgeway, Costume Design by Edward Gibbon, and with one episode edited by Jamie Pearson.
Cold Feet - With Ceallach Spellman, David Bark-Jones, Yusra Warsama, and with cinematography by David Marsh.
Keeping Faith - Starring Mali Harries, Matthew Gravelle and Angeline Ball.
Killing Eve - With Emerald Fennell as head writer of the series, episode 3 co-written by Henrietta & Jessica Ashworth, starring Shannon Tarbet and superbly cast by Crowley Poole Casting.
Line of Duty - With episodes 1, 3 and 4 Edited by Andrew McClelland and with music by Carly Paradis.
Luther - Starring Dermot Crowley.
Peaky Blinders - Created and written by Steven Knight, starring Harry Kirton, Natasha O’Keeffe, Benjamin Zephaniah, Elliot Levey, with Director of Photography Si Bell and Production Design by Nicole Northridge.
Top Boy - starring Josh Collins, Clare-Hope Ashitey and Production Design by Carly Reddin.
Best International Entertainment Series
The Late Late Show with James Corden
Best Stand-Up Special
Katherine Ryan: Glitter Room
Charly Clive, Pure
Tim Renkow, Jerk
Coronation Street - with Catherine Tyldesley, Jane Danson, Lucy Fallon, Antony Cotton, with senior storyline writer Martin Sterling, and writing by John Kerr, Ella Carmen Greenhill and David Isaac.
EastEnders - with writing from Lauren Klee and Mark Stevenson, with directors Thomas Hescott, Toby Frow and Jennie Darnell.
Emmerdale - starring Charley Webb and Bhasker Patel.
Hollyoaks - with Moya Brady, writing from Amrou Al-Kadhi and director George Siougas.
Vote now here, voting closes at 10pm on Monday 25th November and the winners will be announced on Sunday 8th December on I Talk Telly.