The 18th National TV Awards take place at London's O2 next Wednesday (January 23) and it's your chance to have your say (and vote) on the best of the box from the last 12 months.
Digital Spy will be bringing you full coverage of the awards and all the behind-the-scenes gossip, but here at DS we love a debate more than anything else, so what better than a heated discussion on who should win each gong?
We'll start today with the hotly contested 'Talent Show' battle. Will X Factor rule supreme again? Or can someone else claim the sought-after crown? Here's a run-down of the contenders:
Britain's Got Talent
After a dodgy 2011, BGT bounced back in 2012 with a new panel, the return of Simon Cowell and a dancing dog that pawed its way to victory. The brilliant addition of David Walliams to the panel, one of the best years ever of talent on the show and the continuing popularity of Ant & Dec will surely work in its favour.
Dancing on Ice
The definite outsider of the shortlist, it would be a significant upset if Dancing on Ice took the crown. The fact it's on air right now may work to its benefit and the show's recent revamp has won over a few critics after last year's sloppy run. However, it would still be a major shock if it was Schofe and Bleakley holding the trophy next week.
Strictly Come Dancing
Cowell relished his victory over Strictly two years ago, when he was famously handed the gong by axed Strictly judge Arlene Phillips, and the BBC ballroom series hasn't actually walked away with the top prize since 2008. However, after one of its strongest ever series with a sizzling lineup of celebs, Len, Bruno, Craig and Darcey have as good a chance as ever to reclaim the accolade.
The Voice UK
The new kid on the block. The Voice UK started with a bang, before fizzling away towards the end. It still remains one of the biggest ever TV entertainment launches and with the combined efforts of Jessie, Will, Tom and Danny it will definitely have some tweet power, but after only one series and with no star acts to its name, it probably won't have the voter power to be named top dog.
The X Factor
It may have been one of its worst ever series; viewing figures may have tumbled; we may still be having nightmares about Christopher Maloney's ballads and Rylan's face (wait a minute, that's not a nightmare - it's really happening on Channel 5); however, X Factor has won this title for three years in a row and it still probably heads into this race as the favourite. Bet against it at your peril.
What do you think should win best 'Talent Show'? Let us know below!