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James May, Richard Hammond and Jeremy Clarkson during happier times on Top GearBBC

Top Gear has been nominated for a TV Choice Award, following its emotional and well-received farewell episode on 28 June.

The motoring programme is up for the title of best entertainment show and faces stiff competition from The Graham Norton Show, Ant & Dec's Saturday Night Takeaway and Celebrity Juice.

The BBC One series has already won three titles across the six years that the TV Choice Awards have been running, including best lifestyle show. While the show is not ending, this marks the last time that hosting trio made up of Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May could win an award associated with Top Gear.

Clarkson was officially axed from the show in March following a fracas with a producer.

The following month, despite being offered £1m ($1.6m) each to continue as hosts of the series, co-presenters Hammond and May both turned down the opportunity to return, stating that getting rid of Clarkson was a mistake made by the BBC and that they did not want to do it without him.

Other television series up for accolades include Gogglebox, The Supervet and One Born Every Minute battling it out for best factual entertainment show and Game Of Thrones, The Simpsons and The Walking Dead competing for the title of best international show.

Best reality show sees Big Brother, I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here, The Island With Bear Grylls and The Only Way Is Essex bag nominations, while the title of best comedy will be awarded to either Benidorm, W1A, Peter Kay's Car Share or Birds Of A Feather.

And like every year, the UK's four main serials – Eastenders, Coronation Street, Emmerdale and Hollyoaks – will vie for the prize of Best Soap.

Below, we have listed the nominations in full... Votes can be cast on the website, but have to be made before Friday 10 July to count.

Best drama series

Broadchurch

Downton Abbey

Last Tango Halifax

The Musketeers

Best new drama

Cilla

The Missing

Ordinary Lies

Poldark

Best family drama

Call the Midwife

Casualty

Doctor Who

Holby City

Best entertainment show

Ant & Dec's Saturday Night Takeaway

Celebrity Juice

The Graham Norton Show

Top Gear

Best factual entertainment show

Gogglebox

One Born Every Minute

Paul O'Grady: For The Love of Dogs

The Supervet

Best international show

The Big Bang Theory

Game of Thrones

The Simpsons

The Walking Dead

Best food show

Gino's Italian Escape: A Taste of the Sun

Mary Berry's Absolute Favourites

Saturday Kitchen

Sunday Brunch

Best reality show

Big Brother/Celebrity Big Brother

I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here!

The Island With Bear Grylls

The Only Way Is Essex

Best comedy

Benidorm

Birds of a Feather

Peter Kay's Car Share

W1A

Best talent show

Britain's Got Talent

The Great British Bake Off

Strictly Come Dancing

The X Factor

Best daytime show

The Jeremy Kyle Show

Judge Rinder

Pointless

This Morning

Best actor

Peter Capaldi – Doctor Who

James Nesbitt – The Missing

David Tennant – Broadchurch

Aidan Turner – Poldark

Best actress

Jenna Coleman – Doctor Who

Olivia Colman – Broadchurch

Sheridan Smith – Cilla

Eleanor Tomlinson – Poldark

Best soap actor

Danny Dyer – EastEnders

Simon Gregson – Coronation Street

Danny Miller – Emmerdale

Adam Woodyatt – EastEnders

Best soap actress

Natalie Anderson – Emmerdale

Kellie Bright – EastEnders

Alison King – Coronation Street

Nikki Sanderson – Hollyoaks

Best soap newcomer

Lucy Fallon – Coronation Street

Davood Ghadami – EastEnders

Ryan Hawley – Emmerdale

Sean Ward – Coronation Street

Best soap

Coronation Street

EastEnders

Emmerdale

Hollyoaks