The 2021 National Television Awards has revealed its list of nominees for this year but how can you vote? Here are the nominations, tickets and dates revealed.

The NTAs was one of many events that got postponed from its original date due to the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic.

This year’s ceremony will take place in September, 2021 with new presenter Joel Dommett (host of The Masked Singer) who takes over from David Williams.

Here’s how to vote for the 2021 National Television Awards and get tickets for the event.

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How to vote for the 2021 National Television Awards

The 2021 NTA vote officially opened earlier this morning on Tuesday, May 25th.

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You can vote from the website of the National Television Awards where you can cast your vote for free in all categories, but only once per person.

The final date to cast your votes is Friday, June 4th, 2021. Voting closes at 11 pm.

National Television Awards 2021: Who are the nominees?

From Bridgerton to Married at First Sight Australia, the list of nominees is star-studded as usual.

Ant and Dec have once again been nominated for best TV Presenter. The category has 51 nominees and includes the likes of Tess Daly, Davina McCall, Stacey Dooley, Graham Norton and more.

Emmerdale, Hollyoaks, Coronation Street and Home and Away have made the list of Serial Drama similar to previous years.

The Hit List, University Challenge and Beat The Chasers are among the quiz series that are competing for best Quiz Game Show.

Meanwhile, the New Drama category includes the likes of hit Netflix series Bridgerton, I May Destroy You, Channel 5’s All Creatures Great And Small and the drama miniseries It’s A Sin.

You can find the full list of nominees from www.nationaltvawards.com/vote and get tickets from www.nationaltvawards.com/tickets.

When are the National Television Awards 2021?

The NTAs will take place on Thursday, September 9th, 2021 at the O2 Arena in London.

Originally, the ceremony was due to take place in January this year but was rescheduled.

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