The National Television Award Shortlist nominees were announced today, and we are delighted it features a plethora of UA talent.
Nominations for Quiz Show:
8 Out Of 10 Cats Does Countdown – with writing from Nico Tatarowicz, and with Susie Dent heading up the Dictionary Corner. Katherine Ryan also hosted the all-female Cats Does Countdown Special.
A League Of Their Own – with host James Corden.
Nominations for New Drama Show:
A Discovery Of Witches – Starring Louise Brealey, Sophia Myles, Caroline Goodall, David Newman, With episodes 6,7,8 directed by Sarah Walker, Costume Design by Nigel Egerton, Choreography by Sammy Murray and with episodes 1, 2 and 7 edited by Nick Arthurs, and episodes 6 and 8 edited by Nikki McChristie.
Girlfriends – with episodes 4, 5 and 6 directed by Dominic Leclerc.
Bodyguard - starring Gina McKee, Richard Riddell and David Carlyle, episodes 1-3 directed by Thomas Vincent and featuring production design by James Lapsley, cinematography by John Lee, the final 3 episodes edited by Andrew John McClelland and Second Unit Director Jennie Darnell.
Killing Eve - Anatole Taubman, Lobo Chan, directed by Harry Bradbeer, with episodes 1 & 2 edited by Gary Dollner, episode 3 written by Vicky Jones and casting by Crowley Poole Casting.
The Cry – starring Emma King, Shauna Macdonald, Sophie Kennedy Clark and David Elliot.
Nominations for Talent Show:
Dancing On Ice – with Professional’s Hamish Gaman and Vanessa Bauer.
Strictly Come Dancing – with Professional’s Neil Jones and Katya Jones.
Nominations for Drama:
Call The Midwife – starring Annabelle Apsion and Victoria Yeates.
Casualty – with George Rainsford and Chelsea Halfpenny, with writing by Dana Fain and with episodes directed by Thomas Hescott.
Doctor Who – starring Ben Bailey Smith, Shaun Dooley, Josh Bowman, Jonny Dixon and with episode 9 written by Ed Hime and Costume Design by Ray Holman.
Our Girl – starring Michelle Keegan, Patrick McNamee and Director of Photography Simon Tindall.
Peaky Blinders – written by Steven Knight, and stars Tom Hardy, Harry Kirton and Natasha O’Keeffe.
Nominations for Drama Performance:
Michelle Keegan, for her portrayal of Georgie Lane in Our Girl.
Nominations for Serial Drama:
Coronation Street – with Jane Danson, Antony Cotton, Lucy Fallon, Julia Goulding and Ben Price. The drama also features writing by John Kerr and David Isaac.
EastEnders – with Ashley McGuire, and writing from Lauren Klee, with directors Thomas Hescott, Toby Frow and Jennie Darnell.
Emmerdale – with Emily Head, Charley Webb and Bhasker Patel.
Hollyoaks – with Moya Brady, and with Amrou Al-Kadhi making his first TV script debut on episode 5023.
Nominations for Comedy:
Benidorm – with Shelley Longworth, Sherrie Hewson and Tony Maudsley.
Jack Whitehall: Travels With My Father.
Voting is open now, so head over to the NTA website.