A number of comedies are in the running for the I Talk Telly Awards 2020.
This is the sixth year of the awards, which are organised by the TV blog run by Elliot Gonzalez. The results are decided by a public poll.
Last year, Ricky Gervais (pictured) won Best New Comedy and Best Comedy Performance for After Life. He is nominated again in the latter category, whilst his sitcom this time is up for Best Returning Comedy.
Best New Comedy
Best Returning Comedy
Best Comedy Performance
Diane Morgan for Mandy
Guz Khan for Man Like Mobeen
Jimmy Akingbola for In The Long Run
Kayode Ewumi for Enterprice
Laura Checkley for King Gary
Nick Mohammed for Intelligence
Ricky Gervais for After Life
Youssef Kerkour for Home
Best Comedy Partnership
Adrian Scarborough & Julia Davis for Gavin & Stacey
Charlie Cooper & Daisy May Cooper for This Country
Charlotte Richie & Kiell Smith Bynoe for Ghosts
Daisy Haggard & Martin Freeman for Breeders
David Tennant & Michael Sheen for Staged
Johnny Vegas & Sian Gibson for Dial M For Middlesbrough
Jon Richardson & Lucy Beaumont for Meet the Richardsons
Reece Shearsmith & Steve Pemberton for Inside No. 9
Best Entertainment Show
Big Zuu is up for Best Breakthrough, whilst his show Big Zuu's Big Eats is in the running in the Best Factual Entertainment Show category, alongside Mortimer & Whitehouse: Gone Fishing. The Best Breakthrough category also features Jayde Adams, for her role presenting food show Crazy Delicious.
Mo Gilligan: Black British & Funny is up for Best Documentary and Nessa's proposal to Smithy in Gavin & Stacey is up for TV Moment Of The Year, as is the opening monologue Ricky Gervais gave at The Golden Globes 2020.
In total, there are 26 categories, with the dramas Normal People and I May Destroy You leading the lists with four nods each. To see all the nominations, and to vote, visit italktelly.com/awards2020
I Talk Telly founder Elliot Gonzalez says: "It's been a tough year for everyone and when we all needed it the most, television was there to entertain. Despite production grinding to a halt in March, 2020 has produced some incredible programming which hasn't made my job of deciding this year's nominees any easier. But now I hand it over to the public to have their say. I can't wait to see who they choose!"
Voting closes at 11.59pm on Saturday 21st November and the winners will be announced on Sunday 6th December.