The National Television Awards season is here! This year the list has tons of streaming content. Netflix has won really big here. Several Netflix shows have picked up multiple nominations at the award ceremony, from Sex Education to Heartstopper. Although the streamer was hit with a major subscriber loss early this year, it has continued to churn out content consistently, and it is evident from this list that Netflix hasn’t reached its expiration date. Let’s check out the full list of nominees here.
Sex Education and Derry Girls both get a nod at the National TV Awards
Netflix British comedies Sex Education and Derry Girls both picked up a nomination in comedy. Both comedies focus on the high school experience. However, the former tackle taboo subjects with heart and humor, and the latter combines politics with raunchy humor. Derry Girls just concluded with three seasons, and Sex Education is gearing up for a fourth installment. After Life also got a nomination in the same category.
Peaky Blinders also got its due as it is nominated for Returning drama. After the Emmy snub, Cillian Murphy might just take away the Drama Performance award. Period romance, Bridgerton, which made everyone swoon with the romance of Dukes and Duchesses, is nominated in three categories, and so is Heartstopper. The British drama based on Alice Oseman’s novel, a coming-of-age tale of two young boys in grammar school coming to terms with their sexuality, was a major hit for the platform. Here’s a full list of the nominees at a glance
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- Peaky Blinders
- Cillian Murphy (Peaky Blinders)
- Jonathan Bailey (Bridgerton)
- Charithra Chandran (Bridgerton)
- Joe Locke (Heartstopper)
- Kit Connor (Heartstopper)
- Sex Education
- Derry Girls
The final round of voting is taking place now. So if you want your favorite series or actor to win, head here to cast your vote! We will get to know the winners in September at the awards ceremony night. Till then, keep voting!
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