Nolan North to Receive BAFTA Special Award in June

Nolan North to Receive BAFTA Special Award in June

And while we will dearly miss the likes of Claire Foy, Matt Smith and Vanessa Kirby, Netflix has assembled an almighty line-up to take the reins when the drama returns.

Gritty TV show Peaky Blinders triumphed at the 2018 British Academy Television Awards on Sunday (13May18), earning the coveted Best Drama Series title. "But let me say I'll just be putting in half the effort".

Three Girls was the victor in the miniseries category, and Molly Windsor took home the performance win for leading actress for Three Girls.

Line Of Duty (BBC One), Peaky Blinders (BBC Two), and The End Of The F***ing World (All4) are up alongside The Crown for drama series.

"If you haven't seen [Love Island], it's about a group of people who are sent home from an island they love, that couldn't happen in real life". Sean Bean won Best Drama Actor for playing a troubled priest toiling in Liverpool in the fictional series "Broken" while Brian.

When picking up her award, she said: 'Three Girls was born out of the courage of the real three girls, and the real Holly, Amber and Ruby who told their story over and over and over and told it again to us.

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But it was the "nearly wons" that paint best the picture of streaming sites and these awards.

The award will be presented to North at a pre-E3 event in London on June 11, and will recognise the actor's outstanding contribution to performance in games.

The Handmaid's Tale was the victor in the category of worldwide series. Murdered For Being Different also won in the single drama category and told the story of Sophie Lancaster who died in 2007 after being attacked by a gang.

In comedy, This Country took the big win, while performance nods went to Daisy May Cooper for This Country and Toby Jones for The Detectorists.

John Motson was honored with a special award on the same day he retired from sports commentary.

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