TV Choice Awards - Shortlist 2020

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Best Drama Series:

Killing Eve  - Starring Carolina Valdés, Kate Bracken, Esther Hall and Oliver Cotton, with Costume Design by Sam Perry, episodes written by Laura Neal and cast by Crowley Poole Casting

Our Girl  - Starring Michelle Keegan, Josh Bowman and Paul Arditti.

Peaky Blinders  -  Created and written by Steven Knight and stars Harry KirtonNatasha O'KeeffeBenjamin Zephaniah and Elliot Levey.  With Production Design by Nicole Northridge and cinematography by Si Bell

Sex Education -  Starring Lino Facioli, Chris Jenks, Jim Howick, George Robinson, Catriona Knox, Samuel Jordan, Production Design by Samantha Harley, Costume Design by Rosa Dias and with episodes 1 2 and 7 Edited by Steve Ackroyd.


Best Family Drama:

Call The Midwife - Starring Miriam Margolyes, Lee Armstrong and Annabelle Apsion.

Casualty - with George Rainsford and Uriel Emilwith writing from Dana FainaruOliver Frampton and Colin Bytheway.


Doctor Who - with Costume Design by Ray Holman, with Episodes Directed by Emma Sullivan, Director of Photography by Sam Heasman, with episodes written by Ed Hime, and the cast features Lewin Lloyd and Clare-Hope Ashitey.


Best New Drama:

Gangs Of London - Starring Valene Kane, Garmon Rhys, Adrian Bower, Will Hislop, David Bradley, Frances Tomelty, Lobo Chan, with episodes 6, 7 and 8 shot by Laurent Barés, Episodes 2, 3,4 and 9 Edited by Johnny Rayner and with Second Unit Directing by David Winstone

Gentleman Jack stars Shaun DooleyPaul Rattray, with episodes directed by Sarah Hardingepisodes 5 and 6 directed by Jennifer Perrott, Production Design by Anna Pritchard and Movement by Sammy Murray

Normal People - Adapted for the screen by  Sharon Rooney, Mark O’Rowe and our very own Alice Birch, the series stars Sarah Greene, Conor Mullen and with casting by Louise Kiely.

White House Farm - Starring Anthony Calf, with Director of Photography Ben Wheeler and Music by Niall Byrne.


Best Comedy:

After Life - Created, Director, Written by and starring Ricky Gervais. The Series stars Diane MorganTony WayBrian Gittins, David BradleyDavid Earl, Colin Hoult, Tom Bennett, Produced by Charlie Hanson and Edited by Jo Walker

Brassic - written and co-created by Danny Brocklehurst and stars Michelle KeeganAaron HeffernanOlwen Fouere, Shai MathesonEd Gaughanwith Movement Director Jack Murphy.

Still Open All Hours -  Starring Kulvinder Ghir


Best Actress:

Michelle Keegan for her performance as Georgie Lane in Our Girl


Best Soap:

Coronation Street for ITV, with Jane Danson, Lucy FallonAntony CottonBen PriceJulia Goulding, with senior storyline writer Martin Sterling, and writing by John KerrElla Carmen GreenhillDavid Isaac and with episodes Directed by George Siougas 

Eastenders for BBC One, starring Stevie Basaula, featuring Tom Rasmussen, with writing from Dana FainaruLauren KleeNatalie Mitchell  and Mark Stevenson, with directors Thomas HescottSarah EsdaileToby Frow and Jennie Darnell.

Emmerdale for ITV, with Charley WebbBhasker PatelAnna Nightingale and with Episodes Directed by George Siougas and Ruth Carney. 

Hollyoaks for Channel 4, with Moya Brady, with writing by Amrou Al-Kadhi and directors George C. Siougas and Toby Frow.


Voting for your winner starts today, and will run until 17th July. You can cast your votes at

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