Teen Choice Awards 2017 is around the corner and shows that are not usually recognized in drama awards like The Emmys will finally be given the chance to shine. The said awarding ceremony will highlight the favorite series of teens, where adults do not have much liking about. Some of the nominees include hit series like “Pretty Little Liars,” “The Flash,” “The 100” and “Teen Wolf.”

According to TV Guide, the first set of nominees for the upcoming Teen Choice Awards have been released and shows that made the cut were reportedly impressive. The earlier source revealed freshman series like “This Is Us” and “Riverdale” being nominated in several categories.

Of course, long running series and shows on its near end like “The Vampire Diaries” and “Pretty Little Liars” will not bid the farewells without joining the last fight. Moreover, an interesting category was added this year called “Throw TV Show” with iconic shows such as “Buffy the Vampire Slayer” and “The O.C” in the nomination list.

‘Pretty Little Liars’ and ‘The Flash’ dominated Teen Choice Award

As mentioned earlier, “Pretty Little Liars” is not going to be silenced with the series as one of the nominees in the Choice Drama TV Show category. Meanwhile, stars who are nominated for the show are Ian Harding for Drama TV Actor and female leads Ashley Benson, Lucy Hale; Sasha Pieterse, Shay Mitchell and Troian Bellisario for Drama TV Actress.

On the other hand, following the Freeform series is The CW’s “The Flash” with four nominations. The DC comic-based series was nominated for Action TV Show category with lead actor Grant Gustin (plays Barry Allen) as a nominee for Choice Action TV Actor. Female stars joining the Action TV Actress nominees are Candice Patton (plays Iris West) and Danielle Panabaker (plays Caitlyn Snow).

The CW shows on Teen Choice Awards

However, other shows from the fictional universe of Arrowverse won’t let the Flash have all the fun. With three nominations, “Arrow” joins Choice Action TV Show category, Stephen Amell for Choice Action TV Actor and Emily Bett Rickards for Actress, where actress Caity Lotz from “Legends of Tomorrow” was also nominated.

Furthermore, the former CBS show “Supergirl,” usually joining the crossovers since it moved to CW, is also nominated in Action TV Show category with Melissa Benoist and Chris Wood in Choice Action TV Actress and Action TV Actor categories, respectively.