BAFTA TV Awards 2018: The Complete List of Winners

Cillian Murphy, Noah Taylor, and Paul Anderson in "Peaky Blinders"

Five weeks after the nominations were announced, it was time for the British Academy Television Awards, TV biggest night across the Atlantic.

The evening took place at the Royal Festival Hall in London on Sunday and hosted for the second year by Sue Perkins.

The night’s big winner was BBC’s Peaky Blinders who took home the coveted award for best drama series. The crime drama set in post World War I Birmingham beat Netflix’s The Crown for the honor.

It wasn’t a glamorous night for British monarchy drama series as Claire Foy who plays Queen Elizabeth II missed out on the prize for leading actress for the second consecutive year. Taking home the award was Molly Windsor for her role in BBC’s Three Girls miniseries.

Sean Bean was named best leading actor for his role in BBC’s drama Broken and best-supporting actor went to Brian F. O’Byrne for Little Boy Blue. Taking home the BAFTA for best international series, beating HBO’s hit mini-series Big Little Lies was Hulu’s The Handmaid’s Tale.

The night also included some major snubs with BBC’s Line of Duty and Netflix’s Black Mirror, who went in with three nods each, but finished the night empty-handed.

Check out below the full list of winners:

Drama series:
“Peaky Blinders”

“The Handmaid’s Tale”

“Three Girls”

Leading actress:
Molly Windsor, “Three Girls”

Leading actor:

Sean Bean, “Broken”

Supporting actress
Vanessa Kirby, “The Crown”

Supporting actor:
Brian F. O’Byrne, “Little Boy Blue”

Scripted comedy:
“This Country”

Female performance in a comedy program:
Daisy May Cooper, “This Country”

Male performance in a comedy program:
Toby Jones, “Detectorists”

Single drama:
“Murdered for Being Different”

Single documentary:
“Rio Ferdinand: Being Mum and Dad”

Comedy entertainment program:
“Murder in Successville”

Entertainment performance:
Graham Norton, “The Graham Norton Show”

Entertainment program:
“Britain’s Got Talent”

Specialist factual:
“Basquiat – Rage to Riches”

Reality & constructed factual:
“Love Island”

Factual series:


“Cruising With Jane McDonald”

Current affairs:
“Undercover: Britain’s Immigration Secrets” (“Panorama”)

Live event:
“World War I Remembered: Passchendaele”

News coverage:
“The Rohingya Crisis,” Sky News

Short form program:
“Morgana Robinson’s Summer”

Soap & continuing drama:

“The Grand National”

Virgin TV’s must-see moment (voted for by the public)
“Blue Planet II” – Mother Pilot Whale Grieves

BAFTA Fellowship (previously announced):
Kate Adie

Special award (previously announced):
John Motson