Tag Archives: BAFTA TV Awards

‘Sherlock’ BAFTA Winner Andrew Scott on the Red Carpet

Andrew Scott made viewers squirm and swoon in equal measure as charismatic psychopath Moriarty on Sherlock, and this past Sunday (May 27), won a BAFTA for his efforts. In real life, Irish actor is a great deal nicer than his evil alter ...

It’s ‘Appropriate Adult’ Night At The 2012 BAFTA TV Awards

OK, possibly that headline overstates the case a smidge, but tonight’s BAFTA TV awards did see Appropriate Adult, the dramatisation of the lives of serial killers Fred and Rosemary West score three of the most notable trophies, ...

‘Sherlock’ and ‘Appropriate Adult’ Lead The Field In BAFTA TV Awards Nominations

This year’s BAFTA TV Awards is upon us, and while the nominations list actually reads like a recommendation of all that is currently great in British TV, for once (with the notable exception of Doctor Who), there is two shows ...

Who Should Win the BAFTA: Benedict Cumberbatch or Matt Smith?

When the BAFTA TV awards — the British equivalent to the Emmys — air on Sunday (May 22) in the UK, there’s one horse race everyone will be watching. Will Doctor Who‘s Matt Smith or Sherlock‘s Benedict Cumberbatch ...

BAFTAs: The Inbetweeners and Occupation Nab Big Wins

Congratulations to BBC AMERICA’s The Inbetweeners and Occupation on their BAFTA TV Award wins last night. The Inbetweeners won the YouTube Audience Award, which is voted on by the general British public.

“Longford,” “Life on Mars” Lead BAFTA TV Nominations

The BAFTA TV nominations have been announced. The Channel 4/HBO co-pro Longford, which details the Moors Murder trial, leads with four nominations, including one for Best Single Drama, All of its stars – Jim Broadbent, Andy ...