Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix could sweep the boards at the Children's Baftas this year as it's been nominated for three awards.
This includes one for a brand new category - best video game. It's the first time computer games have been included in these top awards.
The Order of the Phoenix is also up for best film, and the Bafta kids' vote - the only award voted for by children.
Newsround is up for an award - for its poverty programme, The Wrong Trainers.
That's up for best factual programme.
CBBC's Barney may take home a trophy too, as he is one of four people nominated for best presenter.
The other presenters up against Barney are Neil Buchanan for Art Attack, Tricky TV's Stephen Mulhern and Justin Fletcher from Something Special.
In the new video games category four titles could win.
- Buzz! Junior: Jungle Party
- Crash of the Titans
- Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix
- Lego Star Wars: The Complete Saga