The all-important final round of public voting has opened for this year’s National Television Awards and Doctor Who remains in the running in three categories.
Matt Smith is up for Best Drama Performance: Male for his role of the Doctor whilst Karen Gillan’s portrayal of Amy Pond wins her a nomination in the Best Drama Performance: Female category. And finally, Doctor Who is one of four nominees for Best Drama.
There was more good news for Steven Moffat (Doctor Who’s lead writer and executive producer) as Sherlock is also nominated for Best Drama with Benedict Cumberbatch up for Best Drama Performance: Male for his eponymous role in the detective drama.
The competition this year is incredibly tough but you can have your say by visiting the NTA homepageand voting for your favourite show and its stars. Time is short, though, as voting closes at midday on 23 January, 2013.
“I didn’t realise Doctor Who plays in Poland – but it obviously does. I’ve had a few fans coming up, wanting to say hello, or get a photograph or a signature. It doesn’t happen quite on the scale that it happens at home – but then I don’t think I’ve been to a country yet where I haven’t met someone who’s a Doctor Who fan. Except maybe Uganda.”—