With just over a week to go until the National Television Awards, the push for votes is on.
The awards are the only ones voted for entirely by the public, so it's up to you to make sure your favourite programme wins! Television has been better than ever this year, with a whole host of new shows, as well as old favourites returning for more action. There are 54 nominees, and 14 categories - which promises to make for a great night of entertainment.
It will certainly be interesting to see who triumphs in the Talent Show category, which is usually dominated by The X Factor, but with Strictly's growing audiences and popularity, it poses a serious threat. Other nominees fighting for the award are Dancing on Ice, and Britain's Got Talent.
Another exciting category is Drama - Doctor Who, Merlin, and Waterloo Road will all provide some stiff competition for Downton Abbey, which has been nominated for the first time. The show has been a huge success for ITV, and saw peak viewing figures reach 9.1million when its festive special was aired on Christmas Day.
It will be worth tuning in to see just how much the Loose ladies have had to drink before their category, Talk Show, is revealed. They'll be fighting it out against The Graham Norton Show, Alan Carr's Chatty Man, and The Jonathan Ross Show.
As usual, the show will culminate in the presentation of the Special Recognition Award. Previous TV royalty who have been given the award include Sir Trevor McDonald, Sir David Jason, Sir David Attenborough and Sir Bruce Forsyth. Who could the winner be this time? You'll have to wait and see.
Over a thousand of television's most loved stars will take their seats in the arena, hopefully after practising their losing faces to ensure the camera doesn't catch them at the wrong time - so keep your eye out for the best dressed, and to see who scrubs up surprisingly well.
The 17th ceremony will be broadcast live from the O2 arena in London, and hosted by none other than firm TV favourite, Dermot O'Leary - who is up against cheeky duo, Ant And Dec, for Entertainment Presenter. Also in the category are Michael McIntyre and Keith Lemon, so only time will tell who managed to win the hearts of the TV viewers.
Go to www.nationaltvawards.co.uk to place your votes! But you'll have to be quick, voting closes in seven days (24th January).
Wednesday 25 January, 7.30pm-10pm, ITV1.