David Tennant and Doctor Who Both Nominated For An Award the Upcoming NTA Ceremony

The shortlist for the upcoming National Television Awards was released yesterday and we are delighted to announce that both David Tennant and Doctor Who are up for an award. David Tennant has been nominated for his role as The Tenth Doctor in Doctor Who and is up against David Jason, David Threlfall and Philip Glenister for the award of Best Drama Performance, which he deserves after his four brilliant years on the show. Meanwhile the show itself is up for the award of Best Drama series, trying to fight off competition from Shameless, The Bill and Casualty. You can make your vote heard by heading over to the official website here. Will you be voting for David Tennant and/or Doctor Who? The winners will be announced at the awards ceremony on the twentieth of January. The ceremony will be hosted by X Factor's very own Dermot O'Leary and will broadcast from 7:30pm on ITV1. The event will take place live at the 02 arena. During last year's ceremony David Tennant announced that he would be leaving Doctor Who after accepting his award. After David's fine acting and the programmes' great episodes it only seems fair that David and the show win their category. But will they beat their rivals?
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