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    Here are my predictions for the BAFTA TV Award nominations for 2019. Feel free to post yours below. These predictions are based on what has aired as of 4 September 2018

    BEST DRAMA SERIES

    Bodyguard (BBC One)

    The Innocents (Netflix)

    The Durrells (ITV)

    Keeping Faith (BBC Wales/BBC One)

    BEST MINISERIES
    Collateral (BBC Two)

    Ordeal by Innocence (BBC One)

    Kiri (Channel 4)

    A Very English Scandal (BBC One)

    The Woman In White (BBC One)

    BEST SINGLE DRAMA

    Strike : Career of Evil (BBC One)

    Mother’s Day (BBC Two)

    BEST ACTOR

    John Simm – Collateral
    Richard Madden – Bodyguard

    Hugh Grant – A Very English Scandal

    Ben Whishaw – A Very English Scandal

    Benedict Cumberbatch – Patrick Melrose

    BEST ACTRESS

    Keeley Hawes – Bodyguard

    Carey Mulligan – Collateral

    Vicky McClure – Mother’s Day

    Anna Maxwell Martin – Mother’s Day

    Eve Myles – Keeping Faith

    BEST SUPPORTING ACTOR

    Bill Nighy and/or Anthony Boyle – Ordeal By Innocence

    Charles Dance – The Woman in White

    Daniel Mays – Mothers Day

    Hugo Weaving – Patrick Melrose

    BEST SUPPORTING ACTRESS
    Billie Piper – Collateral

    Amanda Abbington – Safe

    Nicola Walker – Collateral

    Jeany Spark – Collateral

    BEST MALE COMEDY PERFORMANCE

    Charlie Cooper – This Country

    Greg Davies – Cuckoo

    David Mitchell – Upstart Crow

    Peter Kay – Peter Kay’s Car Share

    Steve Pemberton – Inside No.9

    BEST FEMALE COMEDY PERFORMANCE

    Daisy May Cooper – This Country

    Sian Gibson – Peter Kay’s Car Share

    Saoirse Monica Jackson – Derry Girls

    Sharon Hogan – Catastrophe

    BEST SCRIPTED COMEDY

    This Country (BBC Three)

    Cuckoo (BBC Three)

    Derry Girls (Channel 4)

    Catastrophe (Channel 4)

     

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    Teridax
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    I heard the Patrick Melrose finale was actually quite heartfelt, so since these awards are so completely tape-oriented if that is the episode that is submitted the show could both get nominated for and win Miniseries. I want to see Benedict Cumberbatch win here since he criminally never won a Bafta TV Award for Sherlock even though both Martin Freeman and the Emmy-snubbed Andrew Scott deservedly won for the first 2 seasons.

    For your Goldderby Film Awards consideration: Isle of Dogs for every category, especially Music Score for Alexandre Desplat!

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    Stuff I’ve seen so far this year that’s worthy:

    A Very English Scandal in Miniseries, Actor, Supporting Actor
    Kiri in Miniseries, Actress, Supporting Actor, Supporting Actress
    Collateral in Miniseries, Actress, Supporting Actress (Jeany Spark)
    Ordeal by Innoncence in Miniseries, Actor, Supporting Actor, Supporting Actress
    King Lear in Movie, Actor, Supporting Actor, Supporting Actress
    Bodyguard in Series, Actor, Actress
    Call the Midwife in Supporting Actress (Linda Bassett)
    The Durrells in Series
    Killing Eve (if eligible) in Series, Actress x2
    Peter Kay’s Car Share in Situation Comedy, Actor, Actress
    Hang Ups in Situation Comedy, Actor
    Friday Night Dinner in Situation Comedy, Actress

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    I'm New Here, You Don't Know Me
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    Kirir was shit and Ordeal by Innocence was very basic.

    I hope to God that Killing Eve is eligible.

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    forwardswill
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    Kiri was incredible and Sarah Lancashire should have been winning the Limited Actress Emmy.

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    British crime drama is slowly becoming stale. Everything is so predictable and gritty and they are all blurring into one show. Kind of like how network TV in America is just one medical/cop drama after another.

    Sarah Lancashire is a god of TV with Happy Valley and deserves all the Emmys for that. I hope she gets a career boost like Olivia Colman (Camilla maybe?) and get an Oscar nomination.

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    British crime drama is slowly becoming stale. Everything is so predictable and gritty and they are all blurring into one show. Kind of like how network TV in America is just one medical/cop drama after another.

    Have you seen Line of Duty?

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    British crime drama is slowly becoming stale. Everything is so predictable and gritty and they are all blurring into one show. Kind of like how network TV in America is just one medical/cop drama after another.

    Have you seen Line of Duty?

    I have. It is shows like Line of Duty and Happy Valley that are pushing British crime drama further away from mediocrity and into more quality-driven content. Line of Duty is great and maybe one day it’ll win a BAFTA.

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    British crime drama is slowly becoming stale. Everything is so predictable and gritty and they are all blurring into one show. Kind of like how network TV in America is just one medical/cop drama after another.

    Have you seen Line of Duty?

    I have. It is shows like Line of Duty and Happy Valley that are pushing British crime drama further away from mediocrity and into more quality-driven content. Line of Duty is great and maybe one day it’ll win a BAFTA.

    What about Peaky Blinders? EVERYONE who I know has seen it LOVES it and while it is in a period setting it is still a crime drama. My dad called it “The Sopranos with Irish gangs.”

    For your Goldderby Film Awards consideration: Isle of Dogs for every category, especially Music Score for Alexandre Desplat!

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    What about Peaky Blinders? EVERYONE who I know has seen it LOVES it and while it is in a period setting it is still a crime drama. My dad called it “The Sopranos with Irish gangs.”

    No I haven’t seen Peaky Blinders. I have seen Taboo however and it is amazing.

    (But watch Wentworth, it’s better than any of these shows)

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    What about Peaky Blinders? EVERYONE who I know has seen it LOVES it and while it is in a period setting it is still a crime drama. My dad called it “The Sopranos with Irish gangs.”

    No I haven’t seen Peaky Blinders. I have seen Taboo however and it is amazing.

    (But watch Wentworth, it’s better than any of these shows)

    My dad saw the whole show Taboo and thought it was just weird but liked Tom Hardy in it. I saw the first episode and thought it was really well-produced (that Emmy nod for Supporting Visual Effects was deserved IMO) but didn’t feel like continuing it. Wentworth looks like Orange Is The New Black with the women’s prison setting. Is it better than that show?

    For your Goldderby Film Awards consideration: Isle of Dogs for every category, especially Music Score for Alexandre Desplat!

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    What about Peaky Blinders? EVERYONE who I know has seen it LOVES it and while it is in a period setting it is still a crime drama. My dad called it “The Sopranos with Irish gangs.”

    No I haven’t seen Peaky Blinders. I have seen Taboo however and it is amazing.

    (But watch Wentworth, it’s better than any of these shows)

    My dad saw the whole show Taboo and thought it was just weird but liked Tom Hardy in it. I saw the first episode and thought it was really well-produced (that Emmy nod for Supporting Visual Effects was deserved IMO) but didn’t feel like continuing it. Wentworth looks like Orange Is The New Black with the women’s prison setting. Is it better than that show?

    It’s a complete drama in comparison to the dark comedy of OITNB. Season 1 is weak until the end. Season 2 onwards it is very good, just look at the IMDb scores.

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    What about Peaky Blinders? EVERYONE who I know has seen it LOVES it and while it is in a period setting it is still a crime drama. My dad called it “The Sopranos with Irish gangs.”

    No I haven’t seen Peaky Blinders. I have seen Taboo however and it is amazing.

    (But watch Wentworth, it’s better than any of these shows)

    My dad saw the whole show Taboo and thought it was just weird but liked Tom Hardy in it. I saw the first episode and thought it was really well-produced (that Emmy nod for Supporting Visual Effects was deserved IMO) but didn’t feel like continuing it. Wentworth looks like Orange Is The New Black with the women’s prison setting. Is it better than that show?

    It’s a complete drama in comparison to the dark comedy of OITNB. Season 1 is weak until the end. Season 2 onwards it is very good, just look at the IMDb scores.

    Thanks for warning me about Season 1. I wanna check out Detectorists on Netflix but I keep forgetting to. Too much TV!

    For your Goldderby Film Awards consideration: Isle of Dogs for every category, especially Music Score for Alexandre Desplat!

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    What about Peaky Blinders? EVERYONE who I know has seen it LOVES it and while it is in a period setting it is still a crime drama. My dad called it “The Sopranos with Irish gangs.”

    No I haven’t seen Peaky Blinders. I have seen Taboo however and it is amazing.

    (But watch Wentworth, it’s better than any of these shows)

    My dad saw the whole show Taboo and thought it was just weird but liked Tom Hardy in it. I saw the first episode and thought it was really well-produced (that Emmy nod for Supporting Visual Effects was deserved IMO) but didn’t feel like continuing it. Wentworth looks like Orange Is The New Black with the women’s prison setting. Is it better than that show?

    Your dad was too kind, Taboo is the worst written show that I have ever seen, there is no plot at all. Hardy is doing a very hallow character, he mostly makes animal sounds and noises. I watched the entire show and is more like a parody. I am glad that many critics agree with me, because there are some that like how pretentious is. And from now on, I will never take the criticism of Macca towards THT seriously since he finds this amazing…

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    lol

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