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Strictly Come Dancing scores a 10 and wins the award for best Talent Show.
The Saturday night show saw off competition from The X Factor and Britain's Got Talent.
Emmerdale have scooped the Best Serial Drama at the National Television Awards.
I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here! has won the Challenge Show award.
The ITV favourite saw off competition from Love Island, MasterChef, The Apprentice, and The Great British Bake Off.
Graham Norton has won the award for Special Recognition.
After watching a montage of his career highlights, the presenter, comedian, radio host, and novelist said he felt like he was at his "own funeral".
He added: "Turns out it was great - Will Smith and my own mother were there!"
Coronation Street actress Faye Brookes has won the Best Newcomer award.
She beat Duncan James from Hollyoaks, Casualty's Lloyd Everitt, and Tilly Keeper from EastEnders.
Ant and Dec have won the best TV presenter award at the NTAs for the 16th time in a row.
This Morning has won the award for best Live Magazine Show.
Picking up the trophy, Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield joked about last year's award when they presented This Morning in their outfits from the night before.
They beat BBC Breakfast, Loose Women, Sunday Brunch, and The One Show.
Call The Midwife has won the award for Period Drama.
The popular Sunday night BBC show beat Peaky Blinders, Poldark, Stranger Things, and Victoria.
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Graham Norton has joked his National Television Awards prize will "turn to hell" after he forgot to thank his mother while on stage.
Emmerdale beat the other soaps for the first time ever at the NTAs and Graham Norton was honoured for his 20-year showbiz career.