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Country  United Kingdom
Network  ITV
First awarded  1995
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Location  The O2 (2010–) Royal Albert Hall (1996–2008) Wembley Conference Centre (1995)
Hosted by  Eamonn Holmes (1995) Sir Trevor McDonald (1996–2008) Dermot O'Leary (2010–) Scarlett Moffatt (2017–) (backstage)
Official website  www.nationaltvawards.com
Ceremony date  January 25, 2017, 11:30 AM PST
Hosts  Eamonn Holmes (1995), Trevor McDonald (1996–2008), Dermot O'Leary (2010–), Scarlett Moffatt (backstage, 2017–)
Winners  Graham Norton, Graham Norton, Special Recognition, Special Recognition, Lacey TurnerEastEnders, Lacey Turner, Serial Drama Performance, Serial Drama Performance, Emmerdale, Emmerdale, Serial Drama, Serial Drama, Sarah LancashireHappy Valley, Sarah Lancashire, Drama Performance, Drama Performance, This Morning, This Morning, Live Magazine Show, Live Magazine Show, Faye BrookesCoronation Street, Faye Brookes, Newcomer, Newcomer, Ant & Dec's Saturday Night Takeaway, Ant & Dec's Saturday Night Takeaway, Entertainment Programme, Entertainment Programme, Gogglebox, Gogglebox, Factual Entertainment, Factual Entertainment, Strictly Come Dancing, Strictly Come Dancing, Talent Show, Talent Show, I'm a CelebrityGet Me Out of Here! (UK TV series), I'm a CelebrityGet Me Out of Here! (UK TV series), Challenge Show, Challenge Show, The Chase, The Chase, Daytime, Daytime, Casualty, Casualty, Drama, Drama, Mrs Brown's Boys, Mrs Brown's Boys, Comedy, Comedy, Ant & Dec, Ant & Dec, TV Presenter, TV Presenter, Mary BerryThe Great British Bake Off, Mary Berry, Most Popular TV Judge, Most Popular TV Judge, Call The Midwife, Call The Midwife, Period Drama, Period Drama, Billy Connolly, Billy Connolly, Special Recognition, Special Recognition, Danny DyerEastEnders, Danny Dyer, Serial Drama Performance, Serial Drama Performance, EastEnders, EastEnders, Serial Drama, Serial Drama, Suranne JonesDoctor Foster, Suranne Jones, Drama Performance, Drama Performance, This Morning, This Morning, Live Magazine Show, Live Magazine Show, Shayne WardCoronation Street, Shayne Ward, Newcomer, Newcomer, I'm a CelebrityGet Me Out of Here! (UK TV series), I'm a CelebrityGet Me Out of Here! (UK TV series), Entertainment Programme, Entertainment Programme, Gogglebox, Gogglebox, Factual Entertainment, Factual Entertainment, Strictly Come Dancing, Strictly Come Dancing, Talent Show, Talent Show, The Great British Bake Off, The Great British Bake Off, Challenge Show, Challenge Show, Aidan TurnerPoldark, Aidan Turner, Impact Award, Impact Award, The Chase, The Chase, Daytime, Daytime, Downton Abbey, Downton Abbey, Drama, Drama, Doctor Foster, Doctor Foster, New Drama, New Drama, Peter Kay's Car Share, Peter Kay's Car Share, Comedy, Comedy, Ant & Dec, Ant & Dec, TV Presenter, TV Presenter, The Big Bang Theory, The Big Bang Theory, International, International, David Tennant, David Tennant, Special Recognition, Special Recognition, Danny DyerEastEnders, Danny Dyer, Serial Drama Performance, Serial Drama Performance, EastEnders, EastEnders, Serial Drama, Serial Drama, Comic Relief, Comic Relief, Landmark Achievement Award, Landmark Achievement Award, Sheridan SmithCilla, Sheridan Smith, Drama Performance, Drama Performance, Ant & Dec, Ant & Dec, Most Popular Entertainment Presenter, Most Popular Entertainment Presenter, Maddy HillEastEnders, Maddy Hill, Newcomer, Newcomer, I'm a CelebrityGet Me Out of Here! (UK TV series), I'm a CelebrityGet Me Out of Here! (UK TV series), Entertainment Programme, Entertainment Programme, Gogglebox, Gogglebox, Factual Entertainment, Factual Entertainment, The X Factor (UK), The X Factor (UK), Talent Show, Talent Show, The Great British Bake Off, The Great British Bake Off, Challenge Show, Challenge Show, This Morning, This Morning, Daytime, Daytime, Downton Abbey, Downton Abbey, Drama, Drama, Mrs Brown's Boys, Mrs Brown's Boys, Comedy, Comedy, Alan Carr, Alan Carr, Chat Show Host, Chat Show Host, Celebrity Juice, Celebrity Juice, Multichannel, Multichannel, David Walliams, David Walliams, Most Popular TV Judge, Most Popular TV Judge, Julie HesmondhalghCoronation Street, Julie Hesmondhalgh, Serial Drama Performance, Serial Drama Performance, Coronation Street, Coronation Street, Serial Drama, Serial Drama, Ant & Dec, Ant & Dec, Landmark Achievement Award, Landmark Achievement Award, Matt SmithDoctor Who, Matt Smith, Drama Performance, Drama Performance, Ant & Dec, Ant & Dec, Most Popular Entertainment Presenter, Most Popular Entertainment Presenter, Khali BestEastEnders, Khali Best, Newcomer, Newcomer, I'm a CelebrityGet Me Out of Here! (UK TV series), I'm a CelebrityGet Me Out of Here! (UK TV series), Entertainment Programme, Entertainment Programme, Paul O'Grady: For the Love of Dogs, Paul O'Grady: For the Love of Dogs, Factual Entertainment, Factual Entertainment, Strictly Come Dancing, Strictly Come Dancing, Talent Show, Talent Show, This Morning, This Morning, Daytime, Daytime, Doctor Who, Doctor Who, Drama, Drama, Benedict CumberbatchSherlock, Benedict Cumberbatch, National Television TV Detective Award, National Television TV Detective Award, Mrs Brown's Boys, Mrs Brown's Boys, Comedy, Comedy, Educating Yorkshire, Educating Yorkshire, Most Popular Documentary series, Most Popular Documentary series, Joanna Lumley, Joanna Lumley, Special Recognition, Special Recognition, Alan HalsallCoronation Street, Alan Halsall, Serial Drama Performance, Serial Drama Performance, Coronation Street, Coronation Street, Serial Drama, Serial Drama, Sebastian Coe, Sebastian Coe, Landmark Achievement Award, Landmark Achievement Award, Chris Hoy, Chris Hoy, Landmark Achievement Award, Landmark Achievement Award, David Weir, David Weir, Landmark Achievement Award, Landmark Achievement Award, I'm a CelebrityGet Me Out of Here! (UK TV series)Ant & Dec, I'm a CelebrityGet Me Out of Here! (UK TV series), Most Popular Entertainment Presenter, Most Popular Entertainment Presenter, Britain's Got TalentAnt & Dec, Britain's Got Talent, Most Popular Entertainment Presenter, Most Popular Entertainment Presenter, David WittsEastEnders, David Witts, Newcomer, Newcomer, I'm a CelebrityGet Me Out of Here! (UK TV series), I'm a CelebrityGet Me Out of Here! (UK TV series), Entertainment Programme, Entertainment Programme, Paul O'Grady: For the Love of Dogs, Paul O'Grady: For the Love of Dogs, Factual Entertainment, Factual Entertainment, Strictly Come Dancing, Strictly Come Dancing, Talent Show, Talent Show, Colin MorganMerlin, Colin Morgan, Most Popular Male Drama Performance, Most Popular Male Drama Performance, This Morning, This Morning, Daytime, Daytime, Downton AbbeyJulian Fellowes - Carnival Productions - Gareth Neame, Downton Abbey, Drama, Drama, Miranda HartCall The Midwife, Miranda Hart, Outstanding Drama Performance (Female), Outstanding Drama Performance (Female), Mrs Brown's Boys, Mrs Brown's Boys, Comedy, Comedy, QI, QI, Most Popular Comedy Panel Show, Most Popular Comedy Panel Show, Frozen Planet, Frozen Planet, Most Popular Documentary series, Most Popular Documentary series

The National Television Awards (often shortened to NTAs) is a British television awards ceremony, broadcast by the ITV network and initiated in 1995. The National Television Awards are the most prominent ceremony for which the results are voted on by the general public.

The first ceremony was held in August 1995 and was hosted by Eamonn Holmes. From 1996 onwards it was traditionally held annually in October and hosted by Sir Trevor McDonald. McDonald retired from the role after 13 years in 2008. In 2009 the NTAs changed the timing of the event from October to January so there was no event in that year. For the 2010 ceremony Dermot O'Leary took over as host, the ceremony was also hosted at the London O2 for the first time. Scarlett Moffatt became a backstage presenter for the 2017 ceremony.

Voting process

There are two voting stages: a longlist of nominees featuring the most watched shows and their stars from each channel, based on BARB ratings, is published in September, and the subsequent shortlist of the leading contenders in each category is published in January. The public vote in a nationwide poll via post, telephone and online with the process verified by an independent adjudicator. The results are widely reported in the British media with worldwide media coverage of some categories.

References

National Television Awards Wikipedia


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