Joel Dommett will host the event at London’s O2 Arena on Tuesday, September 5 with 16 prizes up for grabs, including two new categories.
Stars are expected to line the red carpet for the awards show, which has seen some controversy in the lead-up.
This week, Holly Willoughby and Alison Hammond showed a united front in their return to daytime TV following their summer break in the lead-up to the event where the This Morning star Hammond is up for the best TV presenter prize.
Willoughby had been longlisted for the award but failed to make the shortlist alongside her former This Morning co-presenter Phillip Schofield in the wake of his resignation from ITV in May after he admitted to an “unwise but not illegal” relationship with a younger male colleague on the show.
This Morning will also seek to defend its best daytime show title as it continues to face criticism amid the furore of the Phillip Schofield affair.
This year will also see the arrival of two new categories: TV Interview and Reality Competition.
How to get tickets for the National Television Awards 2023
Tickets are on sale now and are still available for the show this evening but are severely limited and only pricey packages are available.
The Premier Star Treatment and the Star Treatment are the two packages available which start at around £250.
For sales, visit: www.nationaltvawards.com/tickets
Can you still vote in the National Television Awards 2023?
Voting is now closed for the event and shut last week.
Who has been nominated for the National Television Awards 2023?
The shortlist for each category is as follows:
1. Beyond Paradise
2. Blue Lights
3. Queen Charlotte: A Bridgerton Story
1. Love Island
2. Race Across the World
3. SAS: Who Dares Wins
4. The Traitors
1. Deborah James: Bowelbabe in Her Own Words
2. Lewis Capaldi: How I’m Feeling Now
3. Matt Willis: Fighting Addiction
4. Rob Burrow: Living with MND
1. Call the Midwife
2. Happy Valley
3. Stranger Things
1. Alison Hammond
2. Ant & Dec
3. Bradley Walsh
4. Claudia Winkleman
5. Martin Lewis
1. Clarkson’s Farm
2. Paul O’Grady: For The Love Of Dogs
3. Sort Your Life Out
4. The Martin Lewis Money Show Live
1. Brenda Blethyn, DCI Vera Stanhope, Vera
2. India Amarteifio, Young Queen Charlotte, Queen Charlotte: A Bridgerton Story
3. James Norton, Tommy Lee Royce, Happy Valley
4. Judy Parfitt, Sister Monica Joan, Call The Midwife
5. Sarah Lancashire, Catherine Cawood, Happy Valley
The Bruce Forsyth Entertainment Award
1. Ant & Dec’s Saturday Night Takeaway
3. I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here!
4. The Masked Singer
1. Coronation Street
1. Louis Theroux Interviews…
2. Piers Morgan Uncensored
3. The Chris & Rosie Ramsey Show
4. The Graham Norton Show
Serial Drama Performance
1. Charlotte Jordan, Daisy Midgeley, Coronation Street
2. Danielle Harold, Lola Pearce-Brown, EastEnders
3. Dominic Brunt, Paddy Kirk, Emmerdale
4. Maureen Lipman, Evelyn Plummer, Coronation Street
Quiz Game Show
1. Michael McIntyre’s The Wheel
2. Richard Osman’s House Of Games
3. The 1% Club
4. The Chase Celebrity Special
1. Benjamin Chivers, Isaac, The Devil’s Hour
2. Bobby Brazier, Freddie Slater, EastEnders
3. Channique Sterling-Brown, Dee-Dee Bailey, Coronation Street
4. Lewis Cope, Nicky Milligan, Emmerdale
1. Loose Women
2. The Chase
3. The Repair Shop
4. This Morning
3. Ted Lasso
4. Young Sheldon
1. Britain’s Got Talent
2. Strictly Come Dancing
3. The Great British Bake Off
4. The Great British Sewing Bee
The final round of voting for the National Television Awards is open and the winners will be announced at the ceremony hosted by Joel Dommett at The O2 on September 5.