News: Bafta TV Awards – All The Winners As They Are Announced

bafta Tv Awards

The BAFTA TV Awards are taking place with a lot of top comedy names in the running for honours. Here are the winners as and when they are announced.

Phoebe Waller-Bridge and Andrew Scott prsented the award for Best Mini-Series. And the winner is Patrick Melrose, starring Benedict Cumberbatch.

The second award, for Best Comedy Entertainent Programme, was presented by David Schwimmer and went to Sky's A League of Their Own.

Best Supporting Actor went to Ben Whishaw for his performance in A Very British Scandal.

Best International Show went to Succession, which is written by Peep Show/Fresh Meat writer Jesse Armstrong.

Best Live Event went to The Royal British Legion Festival of Remembrance.

Best Factual Series was won by Louis Theroux’s Altered States.

Current Affairs award went to Myanmar’s Killing Fields (Dispatches).

Best Short Form Programme went to Missed Call.

Best Single Drama was won by Killed by My Debt.

Best Single Documentary was awarded to Gun No. 6.

Best News Coverage went to Cambridge Analytica Uncovered (C4)

Best Feature was won by Who Do You Think You Are?

Best Supporting Actress was won by Killing Eve's Fiona Shaw.

Best Entertainment Programme went to Britain’s Got Talent.

Best Specialist Factual was won by Suffragettes with Lucy Worsley.

Best Male Performance in a Comedy Programme was won by Steve Pemberton for Inside No. 9.

Best Reality & Constructed Factual was won by I‘m a Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here! 

Best Female Performance in a Comedy Programme was won by Jessica Hynes for There She Goes.

Soap & Continuing Drama was won by EastEnders.

Best Sport Coverage was won by the World Cup Quarter Final: England v Sweden.

Best Scripted Comedy went to Sally 4Ever.

The Must-See Moment was won by Julia Montague being assassinated in Bodyguard.

Best Entertainment Performance was won by Lee Mack for Would I Lie To You? 

Best Drama Series was won by Killing Eve.

Bafta Fellowship went to Joan Bakewell.

The Best Actor prize went to Benedict Cumberbatch for Patrick Melrose.

And Best Actress was won by Jodie Comer for Killing Eve. 

See all the nominees here.




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