David Tennant has made the shortlist for Best Actor at the 2015 TV Choice Awards where he has been nominated for his role as the grumpy but lovable police detective Alec Hardy in ITV's drama Broadchurch. He will face some tough competition in the category as he goes head to head with James Nesbitt (The Missing), Aidan Turner (Poldark) and Peter Capaldi (Doctor Who).
David's Broadchurch co star Olivia Colman has also been shortlisted in the Best Actress category and is up against Jenna Coleman (Doctor Who), Eleanor Tomlinson (Poldark) and Sheridan Smith (Cilla).
The series itself is nominated for Best Drama against Last Tango In Halifax, Downton Abbey and The Musketeers.
Also nominated for an award is the spoof documentary series W1A which is narrated by David and is up for an award in the Best Comedy section against Peter Kay's Car Share, Birds Of A Feather and Benidorm.
The TV Choice Awards are the only major TV awards entirely decided by audience votes, with more than 2 million readers deciding which programmes and stars will be honoured as the best of the year.
Lenny Henry will host this year's ceremony, which will take place at the Hilton Park Lane hotel in London on 7th September.