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The 2021 National Television Awards will take place in September

OHMYGOSSIP — The 2021 National Television Awards (NTAs) will take place on September 9.
The annual television awards ceremony usually takes place toward the end of January, but amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, bosses have decided to push this year’s event back until September.
The ceremony will still be held at London’s The O2 as normal, and bosses are hoping they will be able to have a live audience on the night.
Executive Producer Kim Turberville said in a statement: “The NTAs will return to The O2 London in September to mark the UK’s best, boldest and most beloved TV shows with a surprise-packed event – and we look forward to seeing you on the night for a celebration like no other.”
The 2021 ceremony is also expected to include exciting new categories, as well as special guest performances which have not yet been announced.
Tickets are on sale now at, and existing tickets will be honoured for the new date.
Last year, the NTAs saw ITV soap ‘Emmerdale’ crowned Best Serial Drama for the fourth year in a row, whilst Ant and Dec secured Best TV Presenter for the 19th consecutive year, and ‘This Morning’ continued its record of winning Best Live Magazine every year since Holly Willoughby joined the show in 2009.
‘Peaky Blinders’ walked away with two awards after it secured Best Drama and its main star Cillian Murphy – who plays Thomas Shelby in the BBC gangster series – won Best Drama Performance.
‘Gavin and Stacey’, which returned to screens in 2019 for a Christmas special, was given the Impact Award but, despite that, writer Ruth Jones has implied she won’t be doing any more anytime soon.  
‘Great British Bake Off’ won Best Challenge Show and ‘Chernobyl’ scooped Best New Drama.
The Special Recognition award, which is given to people who have contributed to British television over a number of years, went to Sir Michael Palin.
The ‘Monty Python’ star said of his win at the time: “I want to dedicate this award tonight to someone who taught me more about television than anyone else, my dear friend and erstwhile Python, Terry Jones.”

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