There was disappointment for Normal People at the virtual TV Choice Awards, with stars Paul Mescal and Daisy Edgar-Jones missing out on acting gongs in the public vote and the adaptation of the Sally Rooney bestseller missing out on the Best New Drama prize.

Jodie Comer won Best Actress for Killing Eve and Martin Clunes won Best Actor for Doc Martin. White House Farm was named Best New Drama.

Coronation Street was the big winner on the night, taking the awards for Best Soap, Best Soap Actor (Jack P Shepherd, who plays David) and Best Actress (Shelley King, who plays Yasmeen).

Normal People's Mescal is among the nominees for this month's Emmy Awards in the US. He is shortlisted in the Best Actor in a Limited Series or Movie category - one of four nominations for Normal People.

Director Lenny Abrahamson, casting director Louise Kiely, author Rooney and co-screenwriter Alice Birch have also been nominated.

The virtual awards take place on Sunday, September 20.

The TV Choice Winners:

Best Actor - Martin Clunes for Doc Martin

Best Actress - Jodie Comer for Killing Eve

Best Daytime Show - This Morning

Best Reality Show - I'm a Celebrity... Get Me out of Here!

Best Food Show - Gordon, Gino and Fred: American Road Trip

Best Talent Show - The Great British Bake Off

Best Factual Show - Bradley Walsh and Son: Breaking Dad

Best Lifestyle Show - The Martin Lewis Money Show

Best Comedy Show - After Life

Best New Drama - White House Farm

Best Family Drama - Call the Midwife

Best Drama Series - Peaky Blinders

Best Entertainment Show - Ant and Dec's Saturday Night Takeaway

Best Soap Actor - Jack P Shepherd, Coronation Street

Best Soap Actress - Shelley King, Coronation Street

Best Soap - Coronation Street 

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