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See Who’s On Track To Win A National Television Award On Tuesday!

The National Television Awards will be held at the O2 Arena in London on January 20th 2016 and if you want to cast your vote for your favourite UK TV shows, you can do it here!

The NTA nominees are the cream of  entertainment shows on British TV, including the one’s we enjoy here on FlashPug that have a reality TV betting market.

The talent show category nominees are for Strictly Come Dancing, X Factor, Britain’s Got Talent and The Voice.

Strictly Come Dancing is leading the NTA betting market for the winning talent show and given the fact it trounced X Factor in the ratings war, this could well be the winning talent show!

Britain’s Got Talent is also in the running but the last season ended on a sour note amid accusations of viewers being misled over the winning act Jules and Matisse.

The dog act came under fire when viewers were not told three dogs took part in the winning routine, instead of two!

This turned out to be a bad decision made by the production team and nothing to do with Jules herself or Simon Cowell!

Leading the Best Entertainment Category with Coral bookmaker is I’m A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here with odds of 2/9 but could Saturday Night Takeaway get the most votes, after all, it was a BAFTA winner in 2015?

Ant N Dec are also in the running for Best TV Presenters alongside Big Brother’s Bit On The Side presenter Rylan Clark.

Rylan has done very well to even be nominated for an award but there’s not a chance of him winning when he’s up against the undefeatable duo that are Ant N Dec!

If you fancy a flutter on the National Television Awards awards, there are loads of categories to choose from, including the soaps, drama and daytime TV shows. Click on the odds in the box to see all the NTA betting markets!

Watch last year’s winner of the Best Entertainment programme at the NTA’s!

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