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  • wolfali
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    Main Broadcast Awards winners tonight: Comedy: Derry Girls Drama Series/Serial: A Very English Scandal Entertainment: Ant & Dec’s Saturday Night Takeaway Music: Later With Jools Holland: Later 25 Single Drama: Killed by My Debt Complete list: https://broadcastawards.co.uk/winners-2019/

    UPDATED PREDICTIONS (without Killing Eve listed as eligible for the on-screen ones) (italics for alternative winners, bold for winners) (Supporting categories, Comedy Performance and Single Drama to be posted later):

    BEST DRAMA SERIES

    Bodyguard — BBC One
    Doctor Who — BBC One
    Save Me — Sky Atlantic
    Keeping Faith — BBC One

    Alt : A Discovery of Witches, Informer, Butterfly, Wanderlust, Strangers, A Very English Scandal (will be eligible in Drama Series if you read the latest news of it becoming an anthology series with a second season), McMafia

    BEST SCRIPTED COMEDY

    Derry Girls — Channel 4
    This Country — BBC Three
    Peter Kay’s Car Share — BBC One
    Stath Lets Flats — Channel 4

    Alt : There She Goes, People Just Do Nothing, Mum, The Windsors, Cuckoo

    BEST MINISERIES

    A Very English Scandal (BBC One)
    Vanity Fair (ITV)
    Mrs Wilson (BBC One)
    The Cry (BBC One)

    Alt : Patrick Melrose, Come Home, The Little Drummer Girl, Kiri, The City and The City

    LEADING ACTOR

    Hugh Grant — A Very English Scandal (BBC One)
    Richard Madden — Bodyguard (BBC One)
    Benedict Cumberbatch — Patrick Melrose (Sky Atlantic)
    Lennie James — Save Me (Sky Atlantic)

    Alt : Nabhaan Rizwan, Christopher Eccleston, Anthony Hopkins, John Simm, David Morrisey

    LEADING ACTRESS

    Jodie Whittaker — Doctor Who (BBC One)
    Jenna Coleman — The Cry (BBC
    One)
    Olivia Cooke — Vanity Fair (ITV)
    Ruth Wilson — Mrs Wilson (BBC One)

    Alt : Florence Pugh, Toni Collette, Eve Myles, Michaela Coel, Alison Steadman, Anca Dumitra, Anna Maxwell Martin, Vicky McClure, Carey Mulligan, Anna Friel

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    gabarnes43
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    Who I think will win

    Best Drama Series:

    • Killing Eve ( if elegible)
    • Bodyguard

    Best Miniseries:

    • A Very English Scandal

    Best Actor:

    • Hugh Grant

    Best Actress:

    • Jodie Comer (if elegible)

    Supporting Actor:

    • Ben Whishaw

    Supporting Actress:

    • Keeley Hawes

    Comedy:

    • Derry Girls

    Soap:

    • Coronation Street
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    wolfali
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    Who I think will win Best Drama Series:

    • Killing Eve ( if elegible)
    • Bodyguard

    Best Miniseries:

    • A Very English Scandal

    Best Actor:

    • Hugh Grant

    Best Actress:

    • Jodie Comer (if elegible)

    Supporting Actor:

    • Ben Whishaw

    Supporting Actress:

    • Keeley Hawes

    Comedy:

    • Derry Girls

    Soap:

    • Coronation Street

    If Comer is ineligible, who do you see winning?

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    gabarnes43
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    Probably Jodie Whittaker or Olivia Cooke

    Anyone have any ideas of who will win the BAFTA Fellowship

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    wolfali
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    They haven’t announced yet, they usually announce in April who has the fellowship and in March the noms for the BAFTAs. Although expect it to be topical, giving it to Kate Adie last year was purely because of the controversy surrounding the BBC pay gap.

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    wolfali
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    Whilst researching at awards ceremonies that have previously predicted certain nominees for the BAFTA television awards, I have updated my predictions (locks in italics, predicted winners bold) (awards nominated and won at in brackets)

    BEST DRAMA SERIES

    Bodyguard (BBC One, Golden Globe winner)
    Save Me (Sky Atlantic) (Edinburgh Festival nominee, Visionary Honour Award nominee)
    Doctor Who (BBC One) (Visionary Honour Award Winner, National Television Award nominee)
    Keeping Faith (BBC One)

    Alt : Killing Eve (if eligible, is a lock), Informer, A Discovery of Witches, Butterfly, Wanderlust, Strangers, McMafia, Black Earth Rising

    BEST SCRIPTED COMEDY SERIES
    Derry Girls (Channel 4) (Edinburgh Festival Winner, Broadcast Awards winner, RT Comedy Award, RTS Craft winner, Writers Guild Award nominee, National Television Award nominee)
    This Country (BBC Three) (Edinburgh Festival nominee, Broadcast Awards nominee, RTS Craft nominee, National Television Award nominee)
    Peter Kay’s Car Share (BBC One) (Edinburgh Festival nominee, National Television Award winner)
    Stath Lets Flats (Channel 4) (RTS Craft nominee, Broadcast award nominee)

    Alt : There She Goes (Honorary Visionary Award nominee), People Just Do Nothing (Edinburgh Festival nominee), Mum (Broadcast nominee), Cuckoo, Mum (Broadcast nominee), The Windsors (RTS Craft nominee), Inside No 9 (WGB, Ed Fest nominee)

    BEST MINISERIES
    A Very English Scandal (BBC One) (Writers Guild of Britain winner, Broadcast winner, RTS Craft winner, Golden Globe winner)
    Vanity Fair (ITV)
    The Cry (BBC One)
    Kiri (Channel 4) (RTS Craft nominee, Edinburgh Festival nominee)

    Alt : Mrs Wilson, The Little Drummer Girl, Ordeal by Innocence (WGB nominee), The ABC Murders, Patrick Melrose, Come Home (RTS Craft winner), The City and the City (RTS Craft winner), Collateral, Patrick Melrose (emmy and Golden Globe nominee)

    BEST INTERNATIONAL
    <b>The Assassination of Gianni Versace (BBC Two) (GG winner, Ed Fest nominee, Emmy winner, WGA winner, SAG winner)
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    Killing Eve (if not eligible outside international) (BBC) (GG, Emmy, SAG, CC winner, viewed by 10 million in UK)
    Sharp Objects (Sky Atlantic) (GG, SAG nominee, CC winner)
    The Marvellous Mrs Maisel (Amazon) (GG, SAG, CC, Emmy winner)

    Alt : Game of Thrones, Maniac, The Americans, House of Cards, Homecoming, Ozark, The Romanoffs, The Handmaid’s Tale, Trust

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    wolfali
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    Thought peeps might be fascinated by what is definitely eligible for this year’s BAFTA Television Awards. Obviously a majority of these will only get a nod when Pigs learn how to fly. Bold are the ones I think stand a chance of being nominated, bold italics are the ones who I think are locks.

    BEST DRAMA
    McMafia (BBC One)
    Come Home (BBC One)
    The Split (BBC One)
    Age Before Beauty (BBC One)
    Bodyguard (BBC One)
    Wanderlust (BBC One)
    Press (BBC One)
    Black Earth Rising (BBC Two)
    Informer (BBC One)
    Doctor Who (BBC One)
    Silent Witness (BBC One)
    Poldark (BBC One)
    Keeping Faith (BBC One)
    Call the Midwife (BBC One)
    Clique (BBC Three)
    Girlfriends (ITV)
    Strangers (ITV)
    Butterfly (ITV)
    Cold Feet (ITV)
    Midsomer Murders (ITV)
    Vera (ITV)
    Endeavour (ITV)
    Grantchester (ITV)
    The Durrells (ITV)
    Marcella (ITV)
    The Good Karma Hospital (ITV)
    Kiss Me First (Channel 4)
    Humans (Channel 4)
    The First (Channel 4)
    Save Me (Sky Atlantic)
    Jamestown (Sky One)
    A Discovery of Witches (Sky One)
    Bulletproof (Sky One)
    The Tunnel (Sky Atlantic)
    Deep State (Fox)

    BEST SITUATION COMEDY

    Still Open all Hours (BBC One)
    Mrs Browns Boys (BBC One)
    Still Game (BBC One)
    Cuckoo (BBC Three)
    Not Going Out (BBC One)
    Inside No 9 (BBC Two)
    Mum (BBC Two)
    This Country (BBC Three)
    Hold the Sunset (BBC One)
    There She Goes (BBC Four)
    Bad Move (ITV)
    The Windsors (Channel 4)
    Stath Lets Flats (Channel 4)
    Derry Girls (Channel 4)
    Hang Ups (Channel 4)
    Damned (Channel 4)
    Zapped (Dave)

    BEST MINISERIES
    Hard Sun (BBC One)
    Collateral (BBC Two)
    Requiem (BBC One)
    Ordeal by Innocence (BBC One)
    The City and the city (BBC Two)
    The Woman in White (BBC One)
    A Very English Scandal (BBC One)
    The Cry (BBC One)
    The Little Drummer Girl (BBC One)
    Mrs Wilson (BBC One)
    Death and Nightingales (BBC Two)
    The Long Song (BBC One)
    Watership Down (BBC One)
    The ABC Murders (BBC One)
    Vanity Fair (ITV)
    Trauma (ITV)
    Butterfly (ITV)
    Innocent (ITV)
    Kiri (Channel 4)
    Patrick Melrose (Sky Atlantic)

    Who do you think out of all these confirmed eligible candidates for the top three prizes gets in?

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    Does anyone have any idea when (if) Happy Valley returns?

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    kermit_the_frog
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    Any idea whether Sally4ever has been submitted?

    VERY dependent on the episode, I think that Catherine Shepherd must be an outside bet for Female Comedy Performance?

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    wolfali
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    Does anyone have any idea when (if) Happy Valley returns?

    No date yet and is definitely not eligible for this BAFTA season.

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    LEADING ACTRESS

    Jodie Whittaker — Doctor Who (BBC One)
    Jenna Coleman — The Cry (BBC One)
    Olivia Cooke — Vanity Fair (ITV)
    Ruth Wilson — Mrs Wilson (BBC One)

    Alt : Florence Pugh, Toni Collette, Eve Myles, Michaela Coel, Alison Steadman, Anca Dumitra, Anna Maxwell Martin, Vicky McClure, Carey Mulligan, Anna Friel

    How can you not have Sarah Lancashire even listed as a possibolity?

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    No date yet and is definitely not eligible for this BAFTA season.

    So it is coming back, right? I wasn’t much interested in its BAFTA prospects (though it’s a gem of a show), I just thought people might know about it in this forum, LOL. Thanks for the answer.

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    Any idea whether Sally4ever has been submitted? VERY dependent on the episode, I think that Catherine Shepherd must be an outside bet for Female Comedy Performance?

    I believe Sky have submitted all their serious contending series and n my own opinion, I think they are the only ones (barring Channel 4 for Derry Girls) who can prevent a BBC sweep in Drama and Comedy categories. I believe these are those from their programmes they have submitted. (bold are those I think can get in and upset one of the favourites from the Beeb)

    BEST DRAMA SERIES
    A Discovery of Witches (Sky1)
    Save Me (Sky Atlantic)
    Bulletproof (Sky One)
    Britannia (Sky One)
    Jamestown (Sky One)
    Delicious (Sky One)

    BEST COMEDY SERIES
    Sally4Ever (Sky Atlantic)
    Sick Note (Sky One)
    Trollied (Sky One)

    BEST MINISERIES
    Patrick Melrose (Sky Atlantic)

    ACTOR IN A DRAMA SERIES
    Lennie James — Save Me (Sky Atlantic)
    Noel Clarke — Bulletproof (Sky One)
    Ashley Walters — Bulletproof (Sky One)
    Benedict Cumberbatch (Sky Atlantic)
    David Morrissey — Britannia (Sky One)

    ACTRESS IN A DRAMA SERIES/MINISERIES
    <b>Eleanor Worthington Cox — Britannia (Sky One)
    </b>Jennifer Jason Leigh — Patrick Melrose (Sky Atlantic)
    Emilia Clarke — Delicious (Sky One)
    Dawn French — Delicious (Sky One)
    Sophie Rundle — Jamestown (Sky One)

    MALE COMEDY PERFORMANCE
    Nick Frost — Sick Note (Sky One)
    Rupert Grint — Sick Note (Sky One)
    Jason Watkins — Trollied (Sky One)

    FEMALE COMEDY PERFORMANCE

    Lindsay Lohan — Sick Note (Sky One)
    Catherine Shepherd — Sally4Ever
    Sarah Parish — Trollied (Sky One)
    Sally Phillips — Trollied (Sky One)

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    wolfali
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    How can you not have Sarah Lancashire even listed as a possibolity?

    I actually forgot about her! However, I don’t see Kiri getting major success in acting nominations due to how tough competition is this year. I think it’s a lock for miniseries however.

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    BPG Awards 2019 TV Nominations

    Best Single Drama/Mini Series
    A Very English Scandal (BBC One + Amazon)
    Mrs Wilson (BBC One)
    The ABC Murders (BBC One + Amazon)

    Best Drama Series
    Bodyguard (BBC One)
    Killing Eve (BBC Three + BBC America)
    Patrick Melrose (Sky Atlantic + Showtime)
    Vanity Fair (ITV)

    Best Single Documentary
    Drowning In Plastic (BBC One)
    Grayson Perry: Rites of Passage (Channel 4)
    Grenfell (BBC One)

    Best Documentary Series
    Inside the Foreign Office (BBC Two)
    Michael Palin In North Korea (Channel 5)
    Stephen: The Murder That Changed A Nation (BBC One)
    Why Does Everyone Hate the English? (History)

    Best Online First / Streaming
    Black Mirror: Bandersnatch (Netflix)
    Killing Eve (BBC Three)
    People Just Do Nothing (BBC Three)
    This Country (BBC Three)

    Best Comedy
    Car Share (BBC One)
    Derry Girls (Channel 4)
    Inside No 9 – Live Halloween Special (BBC Two)
    Women on the Verge (W)

    Best Entertainment
    Cruising With Jane McDonald (Channel 5)
    Michael McIntyre’s Big Show (BBC One)
    Mortimer and Whitehouse: Gone Fishing (BBC Two)
    Strictly Come Dancing, Series 15 (BBC One)
    Taskmaster, Series 7 (Dave)

    Best Actor
    Ben Whishaw, A Very English Scandal
    Benedict Cumberbatch, Patrick Melrose
    Hugh Grant, A Very English Scandal

    Best Actress
    Jodie Comer, Killing Eve
    Keeley Hawes, Bodyguard + Mrs Wilson
    Ruth Wilson, Mrs Wilson
    Sandra Oh, Killing Eve

    Best of Multichannel
    Patrick Melrose (Sky Atlantic + Showtime)
    Taskmaster, Series 7 (Dave)
    Why Does Everyone Hate the English? (History)
    Women on the Verge (W)

    Best Writer
    David Nicholls, Patrick Melrose (Sky Atlantic + Showtime)
    Lisa McGee, Derry Girls (Channel 4)
    Phoebe Waller-Bridge, Killing Eve (BBC Three + BBC America)
    o Russell T Davies, A Very English Scandal (BBC One + Amazon)

    Innovation in Broadcasting Award
    Cameroon: Anatomy of a Killing, BBC Africa Eye – for exposing ‘fake news’ claims
    Black Mirror: Bandersnatch, Netflix – for a ground-breaking form of storytelling
    The Circle, Channel 4 – for taking the next step in factual entertainment

     

     

     

    so far….

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