The golden duo of TELLY’s daytime Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield has been left out of the nominees the upcoming National Television Awards.
The shortlists for the final round have been presented for the glamorous night of gowns and big gongs, which were voted by the people.Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield were left out of the nominees of the National Television Awards
Their charming Co-host Alison Hammond has grabbed the award instead
However, This Morning’s Holly as well as Phillip both not been able to get to the end of the voting process in the best presenter category.
The ITV show’s lively host Alison Hammond has won the award instead together with Jan and De who are nominated for the 21st time in consecutive years.
This Morning will be competing with ratings-grabbing The Chase, The Repair Shop — which was in its previous slot -as well as the loose women in the race for the daytime prize.
Simon Cowell has also been denied a shot of silverware after another denial by the viewers.
The mogul fell short in the category of judge for talent shows against the newcomers Anton Du Beke and Mo Gilligan, who were on Strictly Come Dancing as well as Mo Gilligan, for The Masked Singer.
However, British’s Got Talent remains a favorite for viewers as well as Simon, Amanda Holden and co. competing to compete for the show’s talent award.
Their competitions include RuPaul’s Drag Race, The Masked Singer and Strictlyfeaturing Rose Ayling-Ellis the most well-known winner this year.
It appears that streaming services like Netflix or Prime Video are already big winners, with more original content that are nominated by the platforms more than ever before.
Heartwarming coming of age film Heartstopper, Ricky Gervais”After Life,” Clarkson’s Farm and Regency romantic comedy Bridgerton all were given a nod from various categories.
A television insider stated: “The NTAs produce surprises every year, and that’s due to the fact that they are the choice of viewers. There’s no box-ticking or carefully balancing the channels and channels, only honest, fair opinions.
“Changing watching habits continue to throw curveballs at the nominations, too and this year, we saw Netflix receiving a record eight nominations despite falling short in the TV Baftas.”
Bridgerton’s nomination has confirmed its place in the hearts of fans despite the second season which starred Simone Ashley, being widely dissected by critics.
The wanted’s Tom Parker could get a posthumous award on his documentary Inside My Head. The actor lost his brain cancer battle in March.
Kate Garraway’s sequel to her film about her husband Derek’s battle with Covid is also nominated along with Paddy along with Christine McGuinness: Our Family and Autism.