Leigh’s comedy panel show Celebrity Juice – which he hosts as alter-ego Keith Lemon alongside stars Fearne Cotton and Holly Willoughby – is up for the Multichannel trophy against the hugely successful US series Game of Thrones and The Walking Dead.
Keith is also up for the Entertainment Presenter prize – an award Ant and Dec have scooped for the past 13 years.
And the comedian also makes an appearance in the Entertainment Programme category with Through The Keyhole – which he presents – up against Celebrity Big Brother; Saturday Night Takeaway and I’m A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here!
A host of Leeds stars are set to glitter at this year’s event, which takes place at London’s O2 Arena on January 21 and is broadcast on ITV.
The X Factor, featuring Mel B as a judge, is shortlisted for best Talent Show, as is The Voice, starring former Leeds College of Art and Design lecturer and Kaiser Chiefs frontman Ricky Wilson as a coach.
Dales-based soap Emmerdale, filmed in Leeds, has clocked up three nominations, including best serial drama.
Actress Verity Rushworth is up for Serial Drama Performance for her portrayal of terminally-ill mother Donna Windsor, who committed suicide.
And Michael Parr, who plays bad boy Ross Barton – with whom Donna fell in love – is also shortlisted in the Newcomer category.
The Great British Bake Off is up for Skills Challenge Show. But Peter Capaldi failed to make the shortlist for top drama performance – the first time the star of Doctor Who has been snubbed since it was revived by the BBC.
Voting opens today at www.nationaltvawards.com.