Britain's biggest night in television is just around the corner.

The National Television Awards, which are now in their 23rd year, will see a host of stars gather for the ceremony which honours the best dramas, talent contests and actors in the last 12 months.

Big shows such as Doctor Foster, Liar, Call the Midwife and Broadchurch will be competing for gongs at the prestigious event.

Here is everything you need to know about the NTAs, including how you can vote and when it will be on TV.

How can I vote?

Viewers can place their votes on the National Television Awards official website , where you are able to vote in as many categories as you want.

All votes must be placed by midday on Tuesday, January 23rd 2018.

Can I buy tickets?

Go to to buy tickets for this year's National Television Awards. Prices start from £26-£42, plus a booking fee.

When is NTAs?

The National Television Awards will take place on Tuesday, January 23rd 2018, the same day as voting ends. The event will be held at the The O2 Arena in London.

Dermot O'Leary will resume his hosting duties, a post he has held since 2010.

The NTAs will be shown live on ITV 1 at 7:30pm, the same night.

Can I get tickets to the awards ceremony?

Yes, you can buy tickets on the NTA site, here . Standard seat prices start from £22, plus a booking fee charge, which varies in price depending on which tier and row you choose. There is also an additional venue facility fee of £1.75.

There were packages available to buy, with prices starting at £150, but these seats are now sold out.

Which shows have been nominated?

There are 14 categories to choose from, and the awards vary from Drama, to TV Presenter and Factual Entertainment. Take a look at all the categories and nominations below.

Challenge Show

I’m A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here!
Love Island
The Great British Bake Off

Crime Drama

Line Of Duty
Little Boy Blue

Talent Show

Britain’s Got Talent
Strictly Come Dancing
The Voice UK
The X Factor


Call The Midwife
Doctor Foster
Game Of Thrones

TV Presenter

Ant & Dec
Bradley Walsh
Holly Willoughby
Phillip Schofield

Factual Entertainment

Diana, Our Mother: Her Life And Legacy
Paul O’Grady: For The Love Of Dogs

Drama Performance

David Tennant, DI Alec Hardy, Broadchurch
Jenna Coleman, Queen Victoria, Victoria
Sheridan Smith, Julie Bushby, The Moorside
Suranne Jones, Gemma Foster, Doctor Foster
Tom Hardy, James Keziah Delaney, Taboo

The Bruce Forsyth Entertainment Award

Graham Norton with actor Tom Hanks

All Round To Mrs Brown’s
Ant & Dec’s Saturday Night Takeaway
Celebrity Juice
The Graham Norton Show

Serial Drama

Coronation Street

Serial Drama Performance

Barbara Knox, Rita Tanner, Coronation Street
Danny Miller, Aaron Dingle, Emmerdale
Lacey Turner, Stacey Fowler, EastEnders
Lucy Fallon, Bethany Platt, Coronation Street


Peter Kay’s Car Share
Still Open All Hours
The Big Bang Theory


Danny Walters, Keanu Taylor, EastEnders
Nathan Morris, Milo Entwistle, Hollyoaks
Ned Porteous, Tom Waterhouse, Emmerdale
Rob Mallard, Daniel Osbourne, Coronation Street


Loose Women
The Chase
The Jeremy Kyle Show
This Morning

TV Judge

David Walliams, Britain’s Got Talent
Paul Hollywood, The Great British Bake Off
Simon Cowell, Britain’s Got Talent / The X Factor, The Voice UK / The Voice Kids