National Television Awards 2014 voting opens: The full longlist

The National Television Awards 2014 longlist nominations have been announced and voting is now (September 17) open.

Hosted by Dermot O'Leary, the NTAs celebrate the best and most popular TV and are exclusively voted for by viewers. The 2014 awards take place at London's O2 on January 22.

Full list of 2014 nominations:



Call The Midwife


Dci Banks

Death In Paradise

Doc Martin

Doctor Who

Downton Abbey


Foyle's War

Holby City


Jonathan Creek

Last Tango in Halifax

Law & Order: UK


Love and Marriage


Midsomer Murders

Mr Selfridge

New Tricks



Ripper Street

Scott & Bailey


Silent Witness

The Fall

The Paradise

The Suspicions of Mr Whicher

The Syndicate

The Village

The White Queen

Under The Dome


What Remains

TV Detective

Olivia Colman - Broadchurch

David Tennant - Broadchurch

Stephen Tompkinson - Dci Banks

Shaun Evans - Endeavour

Michael Kitchen - Foyle's War

Alan Davies - Jonathan Creek
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Crowdfunding Friday: retro road trips, hats, genre thrillers

Feature Ryan Lambie 31 May 2013 - 05:47

This week's geek-worthy crowdfunding projects include a Nes game collecting road trip, a 3D platformer, and two great-looking films...

It's great to see so many worthy crowdfunding ideas get the cash they need. This weekly post's only been going for a short while, but most of the projects we've covered in previous weeks have already secured funding, and the creators behind them are therefore free to get on with the hard bit: seeing their idea through to completion.

Steve Sullivan's documentary about the late entertainer Chris Sievey and his alter-ego Frank Sidebottom has already doubled its goal of £20,000, and its campaign may just have ended as you read this. Andy Baker's eye-catching cowboy comic The Good, The Bad And The Monkey broke through its goal of £10,000.

We're certainly not trying to take credit for their success - instead, we're just glad to see such great projects flourish.
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A Game of Thrones Season 2 Casting has a Camelot Flavor?

It seems likely that Game of Thrones casting would borrow from the similarly themed, but very much canceled, Starz series Camelot. Now that the show is off the air, the cast will be looking for new jobs, and Clive Standen hints that one of them will be joining HBO’s Game of Thrones. Standen, who played Gawain in Camelot, took to his Twitter and said “Just heard some massive casting news for season 2 of Got’s…3 amazing actors (one Camelot alumnus) great choices”

One could assume that he heard it from whoever was cast in the role. There are a few likely possibilities. James Purefoy (King Lot) has openly expressed his love for Game of Thrones. It would make sense that he’d want to work on a show he likes so much. Eva Green (Morgan) has been a fan favorite for the role of Lady Melisandre, a beautiful and
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The After Dark Originals Unveil a Stinky Prison and Scared Kids in this Trailer for The Task

The After Dark Originals continue to entice horror watchers to theatres this January 28th. The Task is one of the eight films to be shown by After Dark Films and this is a horror piece set within a reality show. Once immersed in a dilapidated correctional facility, a prison warden comes back from the dead to inflict torture. Cover your eyes and then watch the two minute trailer inside!

The synopsis for The Task here:

"Having accepted the challenge to play on The Task reality show, six students have each been offered the chance to win no less then $10 thousand dollars towards their college student loans. The only thing they'll be required to do, is survive the night of terrifying dares that await them in an abandoned prison. As they each take turns, testing their abilities to cope with the horror that lurks in the shadows, they will one by one face the ultimate terror.
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