Here are all the nominees for the National TV Awards 2019, including Strictly, Doctor Who and Ant & Dec

The National TV Awards have released their annual longlist of nominees so telly fanatics like you can narrow down the field to your favourite shows.

Voting is officially open in a variety of categories, including the New Drama race celebrating the huge amount of quality scripted programmes hitting screens over the last year — including Bodyguard, A Discovery of Witches and Killing Eve.

Ant & Dec are once again in the running as perennial winners in the TV presenter category, but will their streak finally end since Ant was off-screen most of the year? Doctor Who and Jodie Whittaker also earned nods in their respective categories.

Below is a list of longlist nominations in major categories for the National TV Awards 2019:

Quiz Show

5 Gold Rings

8 Out of 10 Cats Does Countdown

A League of Their Own

A Question of Sport

Britain’s Brightest Family

Catchphrase

Eggheads

Impossible

Mastermind

Only Connect

Pointless

QI

Tenable

The Chase

Tipping Point

University Challenge

Who Dares Wins

Who Wants to Be a Millionaire?

New Drama

A Discovery of Witches

A Very English Scandal

Bancroft

Bodyguard

Collateral

Girlfriends

Gunpowder

Howards End

Innocent

Killing Eve

Kiri

Little Women

Love, Lies and Records

Maniac

McMafia

Ordeal by Innocence

Strangers

The Cry

The Split

The Woman in White

Tom Clancy’s Jack Ryan

Trauma

Vanity Fair

Talent Show

All Together Now

Britain’s Got Talent

Dancing on Ice

Strictly Come Dancing

The Voice Kids

The Voice UK

The X Factor

Drama

Call The Midwife

Casualty

Death in Paradise

Doctor Who

Endeavour

Marcella

Midsomer Murders

Our Girl

Outlander

Peaky Blinders

Poldark

Shetland

Silent Witness

Strike: Career of Evil

The Crown

The Durrells

The Good Karma Hospital

The Handmaid’s Tale

The Walking Dead

Unforgotten

Vera

TV Presenter

Adam Hills

Alex Jones

Alexander Armstrong

Ant & Dec

Ashley Banjo

Ben Shephard

Bradley Walsh

Caroline Flack

Claudia Winkleman

Davina McCall

Dara Ó Briain

Dermot O’Leary

Emma Willis

Fiona Bruce

Fiona Phillips

Gary Lineker

Graham Norton

Harry Hill

Holly Willoughby

James Corden

Jeremy Clarkson

Jeremy Vine

Jimmy Carr

Jonathan Ross

Keith Lemon

Matt Baker

Michael McIntyre

Nick Knowles

Noel Fielding

Ore Oduba

Paddy McGuinness

Paul O’Grady

Phillip Schofield

Piers Morgan

Richard Osman

Rob Beckett

Rochelle Humes

Sandi Toksvig

Stephen Mulhern

Sue Barker

Tess Daly

Tom Kerridge

Zoe Ball

Factual Entertainment

All or Nothing: Manchester City

Ambulance

Animals with Cameras

Antiques Roadshow

Attenborough and the Giant Elephant

Big Cats

Countryfile

Cruising with Jane McDonald

Digging for Britain

DIY SOS: The Big Build

Fake or Fortune?

Gogglebox

Heathrow: Britain’s Busiest Airport

MasterChef

Match of the Day

Michael Palin In North Korea

MisFITS Like Us

Paul O’Grady: For the Love of Dogs

Queer Eye

Reported Missing

The Apprentice

The Grand Tour

The Great British Bake Off

The One Show

The Real Full Monty

The Real Marigold Hotel

The Truth About…

Tom Kerridge’s Lose Weight For Good

Who Do You Think You Are?

Drama Performance

Adrian Lester (Trauma)

Aidan Turner (Poldark)

Amanda Redman (The Good Karma Hospital)

Amrita Acharia (The Good Karma Hospital)

Ashley Jensen (Love, Lies and Records)

Ben Hardy (The Woman in White)

Bill Nighy (Ordeal by Innocence)

Brenda Blethyn (Vera)

Carey Mulligan (Collateral)

Chelsea Halfpenny (Casualty)

Cillian Murphy (Peaky Blinders)

Douglas Henshall (Shetland)

Eleanor Tomlinson (Poldark)

Elisabeth Moss (The Handmaid’s Tale)

Emilia Fox (Silent Witness, Strangers)

Emily Watson (Little Women)

Hayley Atwell (Howards End)

Hermione Norris (Innocent)

Holliday Grainger (Strike: Career of Evil)

Hugh Grant (A Very English Scandal)

James Norton (McMafia)

Jenna Coleman (The Cry)

Jennifer Kirby (Call The Midwife)

Jodie Comer (Killing Eve)

Jodie Whittaker (Doctor Who)

John Simm (Collateral, Trauma, Strangers)

Judy Parfitt (Call the Midwife)

Keeley Hawes (Bodyguard, The Durrells)

Kit Harington (Gunpowder)

Lee Ingleby (Innocent)

Matthew Macfadyen (Howards End)

Michael Stevenson (Casualty)

Michelle Keegan (Our Girl)

Miranda Richardson (Girlfriends)

Neil Dudgeon (Midsomer Murders)

Olivia Cooke (Vanity Fair)

Phyllis Logan (Girlfriends)

Richard Madden (Bodyguard)

Sandra Oh (Killing Eve)

Sanjeev Bhaskar (Unforgotten)

Sarah Lancashire (Kiri)

Voting officially opens in all of these categories today (October 16)! You can vote at nationaltvawards.com or just call 0844 646 2060 for a voting form. Calls cost 5p plus your network access charge.

The National Television Awards 2019 will be hosted by Dermot O’Leary from The O2 Arena on January 22 on ITV.

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