The TV Choice Awards will play host to a royal battle as Netflix show "The Crown" is to battle ITV's "Victoria" for the Best New Drama prize.
The nominations for the annual awards ceremony have been announced and the two shows, which focus on different historical periods of Britain's Royal Family, will be fighting it out on the night to see if Claire Foy and Matt Smith's "The Crown" or the Jenna Coleman led "Victoria" will scoop the accolade. Rounding off the category is "The Good Karma Hospital" and "Little Boy Blue".
Elsewhere, ITV's "Broadchurch" and BBC one period drama "Poldark" are up against each other in three categories.
Two programmes are up for the Best Drama Series gong but must also beat "Line Of Duty" and "Our Girl" to take home the trophy.
In the Best Actor list Poldark's titular hunk Aidan Turner is up against Broadchurch's David Tennant and in the Best Actress category David's co-star Olivia Colman will battle flame-haired "Poldark" beauty Eleanor Tomlinson.
Tussling to be the Best Entertainment Show winner are "All Round To Mrs Brown's", "The Graham Norton Show", "Ant & Dec's Saturday Night Takeaway" and "Celebrity Juice".
The final BBC One series of "The Great British Bake Off" is up for Best Talent Show but faces a stern test to beat "Britain's Got Talent", "MasterChef" and "Strictly Come Dancing".
The fight to be called "Best Comedy" will be contested by "Benidorm", "The Big Bang Theory", "Peter Kay's Car Share" and "Modern Family".
Familiar names make up the Best Soap list with "Coronation Street",
"EastEnders", "Emmerdale" and "Hollyoaks" being the four nominees.
And Corrie's Lucy Fallon should be the favourite to leave with the Best Soap Actress trophy for her powerful performances as sex grooming victim Bethany Platt but she faces stiff competition from her co-star Kym Marsh, who has been recognised for her role as Michelle Connor in the heart-breaking stillborn storyline which gripped the nation.
The TV Choice Awards take place at The Dorchester hotel on September 4 and will be presented by "Pointless" star Richard Osman.
The 2017 TV Choice Awards full list of nominees:
Best Drama Series:
Line Of Duty, BBC One
Our Girl, BBC One
Poldark, BBC One
Best Family Drama:
Call The Midwife, BBC One
Casualty, BBC One
Doctor Who, BBC One
The Durrells, ITV
Best New Drama:
The Crown Netflix
The Good Karma Hospital ITV
Little Boy Blue ITV
Best Entertainment Show:
All Round To Mrs Brown's BBC One
Ant & Dec's Saturday Night Takeaway ITV
Celebrity Juice ITV2
The Graham Norton Show BBC One
Best Lifestyle Show:
DIY SOS: The Big Build BBC one
Gogglebox Channel 4
Long Lost Family ITV
Tattoo Fixers E4
Best Reality Show:
Big Brother/Celebrity Big Brother Channel 5
I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here! ITV
The Island With Bear Grylls Channel 4
The Only Way Is Essex ITVBe
The Big Bang Theory E4
Modern Family Sky 1
Peter Kay's Car Share BBC One
Best Talent Show:
Britain's Got Talent ITV
The Great British Bake Off BBC One
MasterChef BBC One
Strictly Come Dancing BBC One
Best Daytime Show:
The Chase ITV
Loose Women ITV
Pointless BBC One
This Morning ITV
Benedict Cumberbatch Sherlock
George Rainsford Casualty
David Tennant Broadchurch
Aidan Turner Poldark
Olivia Colman Broadchurch
Michelle Keegan Our Girl
Amanda Mealing Casualty
Eleanor Tomlinson Poldark
Best Factual Show:
24 Hours In A&E Channel 4
Paul O'Grady: For The Love Of Dogs ITV
Planet Earth II BBC One
The Supervet Channel 4
Best Food Show:
Gino's Italian Escape: Hidden Italy ITV
The Hairy Bikers" Comfort Food BBC One
Mary Berry Everyday BBC Two
Sunday Brunch Channel 4
Best Soap Actor:
Danny Dyer Mick Carter EastEnders
Ryan Hawley Robert Sugden Emmerdale
John Middleton Ashley Thomas Emmerdale
Danny Miller Aaron Dingle Emmerdale
Best Soap Actress:
Lucy Fallon, Bethany Platt Coronation Street
Kym Marsh, Michelle Connor Coronation Street
Jasmine Armfield, Bex Fowler EastEnders
Charlotte Bellamy, Laurel Thomas Emmerdale
Best Soap Newcomer:
Julia Goulding Shona Ramsey Coronation Street
Rob Mallard Daniel Osbourne Coronation Street
Zack Morris Keegan Baker EastEnders
Sally Dexter Faith Dingle Emmerdale
Coronation Street ITV
EastEnders BBC One
Hollyoaks Channel 4