The National Television honours 2023 will take place this fall, and as usual, it promises to be a night to remember, with our favourite stars of the small screen receiving well-deserved honours.
Unlike other award shows, the NTAs are totally voted upon by the public and reflect the true opinions of TV lovers across the country.
The vast list of nominees for this year’s NTA includes everything from Sarah Lancashire’s gritty police drama Happy Valley to Netflix’s Bridgerton spin-off Queen Charlotte. So, how can you vote to ensure that your favourites shows, performers, and presenters receive the accolades they deserve?
And when is the deadline for voting? Let us investigate.
How to vote for the National Television Awards
Voting for this year’s NTA’s is a doddle.
Simply head to the National Television Awards website and click the ‘vote now’ link.
You will then be presented with 16 distinct categories to choose from, ranging from reality competition to TV presenter.
Select your favourite from each category (or skip a category if none of the nominees tickle your fancy) then, when you’ve finished selecting your winners, enter your name and email address, and click ‘submit’.
When is the voting deadline?
Voting for this year’s NTA’s opened today (May 23) and you will be able to vote until 11pm on June 2, 2023.
After this time, votes will not be counted.
The shortlist for this year will be unveiled in August, and a second round of voting will commence before the winners are announced at the ITV event on September 5.
You may only vote for the longlist once, so take your time and thoroughly consider all of the nominations before casting your vote.