2024 BAFTA Television Awards With P&O Cruises - Winners Room

Photo: Alan Chapman/Dave Benett/Getty Images

Netflix must be saying “We are not amused” after perennial awards faves The Crown and Black Mirror were both shut out at the BAFTA TV awards. The British Academy of Film and Television Arts splits their awards into film and television ceremonies — the former happening in February before the Oscars, and the latter taking place Sunday. There tends to be less correlation between Emmy and BAFTA winners than the Oscars/BAFTA voting block. For example, Timothy Spall in The Sixth Commandment beat Brian Cox’s final season of Succession for Leading Actor. Logan’s death lost the P&O Cruises Memorable Moment Award (something akin to the Oscars’ Most Cheer-worthy Moment). And a French show beat Succession and The Bear for Best International Show. Comedian Joe Lycett won Best Entertainment Performance, beating out Ted Lasso’s Hannah Waddingham for her work hosting Eurovision. A complete winners list is below.

Leading Actress
Sarah Lancashire, Happy Valley

Leading Actor
Timothy Spall, The Sixth Commandment

Entertainment Performance
Joe Lycett, Late Night Lycett

Scripted Comedy
Such Brave Girls

Drama Series
Top Boy

Single Documentary
Ellie Simmonds: Finding My Secret Family

P&O Cruises Memorable Moment Award (voted on by the public)
Happy Valley, Catherine Cawed and Tommy Lee Royce’s final kitchen showdown

Factual Entertainment
Celebrity Race Across the World


Scam Interceptors

Class Act

News Coverage
Channel 4 News: Inside Gaza: Israel and Hamas at War

Current Affairs
The Shamim Begum Story (This World)

Limited Drama
The Sixth Commandment

Female Performance in a Comedy
Gbemisola Ikumelo, Black Ops

Male Performance in a Comedy
Mawaan Rizwan, Juice

Sports Coverage
Cheltenham Festival Day One, ITV Sport

Live Event Coverage
Eurovision Song Contest 2023

Squid Game: The Challenge

Factual Series

Specialist Factual
White Nanny, Black Child

Short Form

Comedy Entertainment
Rob & Romesh Vs

Strictly Come Dancing

Supporting Actor
Matthew MacFadyen, Succession

Supporting Actress
Jame Jobson, Top Boy

Source link