The National Television Awards (NTAs) is live from The O2 London on September 9.
This year sees many genres of progreammes and documentaries as well as TV presenters up for awards. Just one of those is Kate Garraway’s documentary, Finding Derek, is shortlisted in a new category titled authored documentary.
Also nominated for an award are Ant and Dec as well as Piers Morgan who are all up for the best TV presenter award. The Geordie duo have won the award for 19 years in a row.
How to vote for the National Television Awards (NTAs)
If you want to have your say in who wins an NTA, you will need to make sure you vote by 12 noon on September 9.
To vote, visit the NTAs website where you will find the nominees in relevant categories. You can skip a category if you do not wish to vote for a nominee within it and you will be taken to the next category.
Any votes cast until noon will be added to the votes received in the first round and results will be announced live on the night.
How to get tickets for the National Television Awards (NTAs)
Although the awards take place tonight, there are still some tickets left. You can buy them from Ticketmaster’s website.
How can you watch the National Television Awards (NTAs)?
The NTAs will be broadcast on ITV at 7.30pm from London’s O2 Arena on September 9.