ITV Broadchurch starring David Tennant has been shortlisted for the Freesat 2013 Awards. In fact three of David Tennant’s shows have been shortlisted. The winners will be announced at the Freesat Awards ceremony, held in Central London on Wednesday 10th July, with a VIP audience of celebrities, media and broadcasters and hosted by comedian and actress Sally Phillips.
Freesat, the subscription-free satellite TV service, announced today their shortlist for the Freesat Awards 2013. Now in its fifth year, the Freesat Awards showcase and celebrate the TV that Britain loves.
Three shows involving David Tennant have been nominated this year:
Best of British: TV Programme or Series
Miranda (BBC One)
Call The Midwife (BBC One)
Richard II: The Hollow Crown (BBC Two)
Scott and Bailey (ITV)
Richard III: The King In The Car Park (Channel 4)
Broadchurch starred David Tennant and Olivia Colman as the ill-matched police detectives trying to solve the murder of a child in a small seaside town.
Best Children’s TV Programme or Series
Get Well Soon (CBeebies)
Tree Fu Tom (CBeebies)
The Dumping Ground (CBBC)
My Life: Breaking Free (CBBC)
Incredible Edibles: Gutbusters (CBBC)
Milkshake! Ben and Holly’s Little Kingdom (Channel 5)
In Tree Fu Tom David Tennant provides the voice of Twigs, a mischievous acorn sprite who saves the magical kingom of Treetopolis from danger in the company of his best friend Tom (Sophie Aldred).
Best TV Sitcom
Miranda (BBC One)
Mrs Brown’s Boys (BBC One)
Twenty Twelve (BBC Two)
Fresh Meat (Channel 4)
Hugh Bonneville, Jessica Hynes and Olivia Colman star in the spoof documentary series following the Olympic Deliverence Committee in the approach to the London 2012 Games. David Tennant narrates.
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Are you a David Tennant fan? I still think his best role ever was, of course, Dr. Who. He was a perfect actor for that role. I’m not so fond of his real accent though and I think the writing in Broadchurch needed some help. But I still like David Tennant and hope one of his shows receives a Freesat 2013 Award.