Killing Eve has received an impressive four nominations for this year’s BAFTA TV Awards, including a Leading Actress nod for Jodie Comer.
Comer, who won the Leading Actress prize at last year’s BAFTA TV Awards, will compete against Glenda Jackson (Elizabeth Is Missing), Samantha Morton (I Am Kirsty), and Suranne Jones (Gentleman Jack) to make it two in a row.
Killing Eve‘s Dan Crinnion is nominated in the Best Editing: Fiction category; David Holmes and Keefus Cancia are recognized for their original music for the BBC America show; and Laurence Dorman is nominated for his production design.
On Twitter, the Liverpool film office congratulated Comer and her fellow Liverpudlian Jackson for their nominations.
Meanwhile, The Graham Norton Show picks up a pair of nominations: Comedy Entertainment Programme and Entertainment Performance for Graham Norton, who’s already an eight-time BAFTA TV Award winner.
Fleabag, the multi-award-winning comedy series created by Killing Eve‘s executive producer Phoebe Waller-Bridge, receives six nominations including a Female Performance in a Comedy Programme nod for Waller-Bridge. Her Fleabag co-star Sian Clifford – recently seen in AMC’s Quiz – is nominated in the same category.
Sky/HBO’s nuclear drama Chernobyl leads the way with an incredible 14 nominations – matching a record set by Killing Eve last year. Among the other acting nominees are The Crown‘s Helena Bonham Carter and Josh O’Connor, Sex Education‘s Ncuti Gatwa, The Virtues‘ Stephen Graham, and The End of the F***ing World‘s Naomie Ackie, a former Doctor Who guest star.
This year’s BAFTA TV Awards will take place virtually on July 29, with Richard Ayoade as host.
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