When and how to watch the NTAs 2020 on TV tonight

The big night has finally arrived as the National Television Awards ceremony is finally here.

The popular and viewer-voted awards show airs tonight on ITV and sees Britain's Got Talent judge and Little Britain star David Walliams take on the hosting duties of the show after traditional presenter Dermot O'Leary decided to take a step back.

Lots of TV favourites are up for awards at the NTAs 2020 with presenters such as Ant and Dec and Holly Willoughby being nominated, whilst actors from Danny Dyer to Jodie Comer are set to compete for the top prizes.

The soaps are also competing for awards too as Coronation Street and EastEnders battle against Emmerdale and Hollyoaks for the gong.

So, when can audiences tune in to see the awards tonight and how can they watch?

What time are the NTAs 2020 on TV tonight?

The National Television Awards 2020 will air tonight on ITV at 7.30pm GMT.

The show is also available to watch on ITV Hub live and will then be available on the platform's catch-up service.

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Viewers with ITV +1 can also watch an hour later at 8.30pm.

The show will run for 2 and a half hours with ad breaks, ending at 10pm.

For more details on how to help your favourites win and to find out who was nominated then see here.

Will you be watch the National Television Awards tonight on ITV? If so, who do you want to win? Let us know in the comments below.

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