Bafta TV Awards 2019: Benedict Cumberbatch, drama series Killing Eve win big this year; See winners list

The British Academy of Film and Television Arts or BAFTA TV Awards were held in London and the who's who of Britain's television industry turned up for the glamorous night.
Benedict Cumberbatch,Hollywood,Bafta TV Awards 2019From reality television to drama and comedy series, the awards honoured artists from various categories.
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The British Academy of Film and Television Arts or BAFTA TV Awards were held last night on at the Royal Festival Hall in London and the who's who of Britain's television industry turned up for the awards. From Benedict Cumberbatch aka Doctor Strange to women dominating the starry evening, the event saw a few surprises and a few misses. From reality television to drama and comedy series, the awards honoured artists from various categories.  

BBC's Killing Eve stole the show with the most number of nominations. A Very English Scandal, Killing Eve and Patrick Melrose won big at the awards night. While Killing Eve took home the Best Drama Series, Benedict Cumberbatch won Leading Actor for Patrick Melrose. Check out the entire list of winners below:

Leading Actor

WINNER: Benedict Cumberbatch, Patrick Melrose, Sky Atlantic

Chance Perdomo, Killed By My Debt, BBC3

Hugh Grant, A Very English Scandal, BBC1

Lucian Msamati, Kiri, Channel 4

Leading Actress

WINNER: Jodie Comer, Killing Eve, BBC1

Keeley Hawes, Bodyguard, BBC1

Ruth Wilson, Mrs Wilson, BBC1

Sandra Oh, Killing Eve, BBC1

Drama Series

WINNER: Killing Eve, BBC1

Bodyguard, BBC1

Informer, BBC1

Save Me, Sky Atlantic

Entertainment Programme

WINNER: Britain’s Got Talent, ITV

Ant & Dec’s Saturday Night Takeaway, ITV

Michael McIntyre’s Big Show, BBC1

Strictly Come Dancing, BBC1

Costume Design

WINNER: Suzanne Cave, A Very English Scandal, BBC1

Charlotte Holdich, The Long Song, BBC1

Marianne Agertoft, The City and The City, BBC2

Phoebe de Gaye, Killing Eve, BBC1

Director: Factual

WINNER: Ben Anthony, Grenfell, BBC1

David Soutar, Bros: After the Screaming Stops, BBC4

James Rogan, Stephen: The Murder that Changed a Nation, BBC1

Paddy Wivell, Prison, Channel 4

Director: Fiction 

WINNER: Stephen Frears, A Very English Scandal, BBC1

Harry Bradbeer, Killing Eve (Episode 1), BBC1

Mahalia Belo, The Long Song, BBC1

Thomas Vincent, Bodyguard (Episode 1), BBC1

Editing: Factual

WINNER: Will Gilbey, Bros: After The Screaming Stops, BBC4

Ben Brown, Grenfell, BBC1

Emma Lysaght, Louis Theroux: Altered States (Choosing Death), BBC2

Matt Lowe, Drowning In Plastic, BBC1

Editing: Fiction

WINNER: Pia Di Ciaula, A Very English Scandal, BBC1

Gary Dollner, Killing Eve (Episode 1), BBC1

Steve Singleton, Bodyguard (Episode 1), BBC1

Tony Kearns, Bandersnatch (Black Mirror), Netflix

Make Up & Hair Design

WINNER: Vickie Lang, Vanity Fair, ITV

Daniel Phillips, A Very English Scandal, BBC1

Konnie Daniel, Mrs Wilson, BBC1

Nicole Stafford, The Little Drummer Girl, BBC1

Original Music

WINNER: David Holmes and Keefus Ciancia, Killing Eve, BBC1

Cho Young-Wuk, The Little Drummer Girl, BBC1

Murray Gold, A Very English Scandal, BBC1

Hauschka, Patrick Melrose, Sky Atlantic

Special, Visual & Graphic Effects

WINNER: Adam McInnes, John Smith, Kevin Horsewood – Troy: Fall Of A City, BBC1

Duncan Malcolm, Jean-Clement Soret, Clayton Mcdermott – Bandersnatch (Black Mirror), Neflix

Kent Houston, Freefolk, Asa Shoul – The Alienist (Episode 1), Netflix

Simon Frame, Martin Oberlander, Adam Inglis – Britannia, Sky Atlantic

Writer: Comedy

WINNER: Daisy May Cooper, Charlie Cooper – This Country, BBC3

Peter Kay, Sian Gibson, Paul Coleman – Peter Kay’s Car Share: The Finale, BBC1

Stefan Golaszewski – Mum, BBC2

Writing Team, Cunk On Britain, BBC2

Writer: Drama

WINNER: David Nicholls, Patrick Melrose, Sky Atlantic

Lennie James, Save Me, Sky Atlantic

Phoebe Waller-Bridge, Killing Eve, BBC1

Russell T. Davies, A Very English Scandal, BBC1

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