2022 has come to an end, so it''s time to remember everything we know about it.
The glittering ceremony will see our favourite actors and the most-loved shows of the year rewarded with the most coveted accolades. The NTAs are unique in being the only UK TV awards ceremony where all the winners are chosen exclusively by the public through a massive nationwide poll.
The live NTAs will be altered this year. Only the O2 Arena in London will be able to open up on television. The best NTAs will be shown on YouTube in 2022. Joel Dommett will again host the NTAs in 2022.
"I''m so happy to have been asked back," Joel adds. This year, there''s already been some fantastic TV, so I can''t wait to see which shows the viewers select as their winners. I''ve always wanted to shout ''Hello, Wembley!''
Prepare for the most memorable night of telly awards with exciting new categories, exclusive live performances, and surprise VIP guests. So here''s all you need to know about 2022...
National Television Awards 2022 air date
On Sunday September 15, the National Television Awards 2022 will be broadcast live from the Wembley Arena.
Nominees for the 2022 National Television Awards have been announced.
Nominees for the long-list voting for the National Television Awards 2022 have been announced, and we''re planning to give you some highlights here (when they''re ready).
Voting for The National TV Awards 2022
The names for the long-list voting for the year 2022 have been announced, according to the above, so you may vote.
On ITV on 15 September 2022, you may vote for free on the official NTA website nationaltvawards.com. All votes must be in by 11pm on Monday 6 June 2022. Also see our online guide to the NationalTAs and all nominees at www.whattowatch.com. The NTA shortlist will be revealed in August. Winners will be announced live at the ceremony (see full terms & conditions at www.nationaltvawards.com).
You may be able to get tickets to the National Tennis Association here.
Tickets for the National Television Awards on September 15-2022 are now available at nationaltvawards.com. Wembley is here!
Our recap on what happened at the NTAs 2021?
Presenter Joel Dommett, who took over from previous host David Walliams, was invited to the NTAs ceremony last year. The event saw the juggernaut that gets the coveted Special Recognition award. Few were surprised when Ant and Dec were given the best TV presenter award for the twentieth time, while was voted the best factual show.
In an ITV drama, David Tennant won best drama performance for her beautiful turn as serial killer Dennis Nilsen. Kate Garraway won best-authored documentary for her moving film, while Molly Gallagher won best serial drama performance for her turn as Nina Lucas and her hate crime storyline. While Ricky Gervais was awarded the best daytime show while was the best quiz show game.