The nominations for the Royal Television Society Awards 2019 have been revealed, with comedy shows and performers featuring in many of the categories.
The comedy-related nominations are:
Comedy Performance (Female)
Comedy Performance (Male)
Britain's Got Talent
Jennifer Hudson (for The Voice UK)
Elsewhere in the shortlists, Romesh Ranganathan is nominated in the Presenter category for The Misadventures Of Romesh Ranganathan, alongside Michael Palin (Michael Palin In North Korea) and Bobby Friction for Pump Up the Bhangra.
Mortimer & Whitehouse: Gone Fishing appears in the Formatted Popular Factual shortlist, alongside The Real Full Monty: Ladies Night and Gordon, Gino and Fred's Road Trip: The French. Meanwhile, Mo Gilligan receives another nomination in the Breakthrough Award, appearing alongside Informer star Nabhaan Rizwan and Save Me's Alice Feetham.
The Royal Television Society says: "The RTS Programme Awards are one of the gold standard awards for our industry and an important showcase of the extraordinary talent evident across the UK's television industry. The awards seek to recognise programmes which, in the year in question, have made a material and positive contribution to their genre: either because their originality in form or content has in some way moved the genre on, or perhaps created a new genre; or because their quality has set standards which other programme-makers can learn from and emulate."
Killing Eve, screen-written by Phoebe Waller-Bridge is nominated multiple times, with stars Jodie Comer and Sandra Oh up for acting awards, and the show itself up for Best Drama Series alongside Peaky Blinders and Save Me. The full list of nominations can be seen at rts.org.uk
The results of the awards will be announced at a ceremony at Grosvenor House Hotel on Park Lane on Tuesday 19th March.