When are the NTAs and what time is it on TV? – The Sun

THE National Television Awards is on TOMORROW night (Tuesday, January 28, 2020) and voting is still open so viewers can choose which of their favourite shows and stars walk away with a gong.

The ceremony will be hosted by none other than Britain's Got Talent star David Walliams.

When are the NTA Awards 2020?

The National Television Awards 2020 will take place on the January 28, 2020 live on ITV.

The 25th edition of the National Television Awards will be hosted by comedian, author and Britain's Got Talent judge David Walliams.

This will be the first time that the former Little Britain star will be hosting the prestigious awards.

He will be taking over from Dermot O'Leary, who hosted the event from 2010-2019.

What time is the NTAs 2020 on TV?

The awards ceremony will be aired live on ITV from 7.30pm until 10pm on Tuesday (January 28, 2020).

You will be able to find out who wins each category as they are announced live from London's The O2.

The winners will also be listed on the NTA website and tweeted live on the official Twitter feed @OfficialNTAs

You can see the list of shortlisted nominees for each category here

How can I vote for the NTA awards 2020?

There's still time to vote ahead of the special silver anniversary NTAs show on Tuesday evening.

Votes must be in by midday (12pm) on Tuesday, January 28, 2020.

Head to the National Television Awards website nationaltvawards.com where you can select your TV favourites online. Alternatively you can vote by premium rate phone on 0905 647 2020 and follow the voice instructions given to vote across any or all 14 categories. Calls cost 25p per minute plus your network access charge and should last no longer than seven minutes.

You may vote for one nominee only in each category.

There are 14 categories to vote in from TV Presenter and Serial Drama to Comedy and Best TV Judge.

See full Terms & Conditions at nationaltvawards.com

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