Comedies up for NTA awards | Accolades chosen by viewers © BBC

Comedies up for NTA awards

Accolades chosen by viewers

Benidorm, The Big Bang Theory,  Still Open All Hours and Peter Kay’s Car Share have been shortlisted in the National Television Awards.

The accolades are chosen by public vote, and the final four programmes in each category have been revealed today.

All Round For Mrs Browns’ has been shortlisted in the entertainment category, which has been named in honour of Bruce Forsyth. Brendan O’Carroll’s show is up against Celebrity Juice, Ant and Dec’s Saturday Night Takeaway and The Graham Norton Show.

In other categories,  David Walliams has been shortlisted as best TV judge for Britain’s Got Talent while Paul O’Grady’s For The Love Of Dogs is up for the best factual entertainment category – against Gogglebox, Ambulance and Prince William and Harry’s film about Princess Diana.

The ceremony takes place at the O2 on January 23. Click here to vote in the final round.

Published: 9 Jan 2018

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