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“The Crown” and “Small Ax” are the big nominees for BAFTA TV 2021; Check out the list!

The Film Awards ended on April 25, and soon after, it’s time to return to celebrate the best of TV in 2020.

Today (28) the list of nominees for BAFTA TV 2021 has been released, one of the main ceremonies of the year. The “Small Ax” anthology, starring John Boyega, was an excellent reminder and won no less than 15 nominations.

The acclaimed fourth season of “The Crown” was not far behind, earning ten nominations, including Best Drama Series. The coming-of-age comedy “Sex Education” was placed in six categories.

The awards ceremony takes place in London, England on May 24.

Check out the full list of nominees below:

BEST SERIES – DRAMA
London gangs
I hate Suzie
Save me too
The crown

BEST SERIES – COMEDY
Charlie Brooker Antiviral Wipe
Rob and Romesh versus
The great show of Narstie
Ranganation

Enjoy watching:

BEST INTERNATIONAL SERIES
Little America
Lovecraft Country
Welcome to Chechnya

BEST MINISTRY
Adult material
I can destroy you
Normal people
Small ax

BEST ACTOR – DRAMA
John Boyega, little ax
Josh O’Connor, the Crown
Paul Mescal, normal people
Shaun Parkes, small ax
Waleed Zuaiter, central Baghdad

BEST ACTRESS – DRAMA
Billie Piper, I hate Suzie
Daisy Edgar-Jones, normal people
Hayley Squires, adult material
Jodie Comer, Kill Eve
Letitia Wright, little ax
Michaela Coel, I can destroy you

BEST ACTOR – COMEDY
Charlie Cooper, this country
Guz Khan, the man like Mobeen
Joseph Gilgun, Brassic
Ncuti Gatwa, sex education
Paul Ritter, Friday evening dinner
Reece Sheasmith, Interior # 9

BEST ACTRESS – COMEDY
Aimee Lou Wood, sex education
Daisy Haggard, breeders
Daisy May Cooper, this country
Emma Mackey, sex education
Gbsemisola Ikumelo, Famalam
Mae Martin, feel good

BEST SUPPORTING ACTOR
Kunal Nayyar, Criminal: United Kingdom
Malachi Kirby, little ax
Michael Sheen, quiz
Michael Ward, little ax
Rupert Everett, adult material
Tobias Menzies, the crown

BEST ACTRESS IN A SECOND ROLE
Helena Bonham Carter, The Crown
Leila Farzad, I hate Suzie
Rakie Ayola, Anthony
Siena Kelly, adult material
Sophie Okonedo, Criminal: United Kingdom
Weruche Opia, I can destroy you

BEST SCREENPLAY – DRAMA
Alastair Siddons and Steve McQueen, little ax
Lucy Kirkwood, adult material
Lucy Prebble, I hate Suzie
Michaela Coel, I can destroy you

BEST SCREENPLAY – COMEDY
Charlie Brooker, Charlie Brooker’s antiviral wipe
Daisy May Cooper and Charlie Cooper, this country
Sophie Willan, Alma is not normal
Screenwriters team, Ghosts

AN ESSENTIAL TV MOMENT
“Penelope is revealed to be Lady Whistledown”, Bridgerton
“Performance inspired by the #BlackLivesMatter movement”, Britain’s Got Talent
“Gray kills Chantelle”, Eastenders
“Boris Johnson press conference”, Googlebox
“Pronunciation of Nigella Lawson”, Nigella’s Cook, Eat, Repeat
“Arrival of Luke Skywalker”, The Mandalorian

BEST FIGURINE
Rosa Dias, sex education
Jacqueline Durran, little ax
James Keast, Belgravia
Amy Roberts, the Crown

BEST DIRECTION OF FICTION
Lenny Abrahamson, normal people
Benjamin Caron, the crown
Michaela Coel and Sam Miller, I can destroy you
Steve McQueen, little ax

BEST HAIR AND MAKEUP
Bethany Swan, I can destroy you
Cate Hall, the crown
Jojo Williams, little ax
Louise Coles, Sarah Nuth, Lorraine Glynn and Erin Ayanian, Le Grand

BEST ORIGINAL SOUNDTRACK
Cristolbal Tapia de Veer, the third day
H. Scott Salinas, Baghdad Central
Harry Escott, Roadkill
Martin Phipps, the Crown

BEST PRODUCTION DESIGN
Helen Scott, little ax
Joel Collins, Frontiers of the Universe
Matt Gant and Megan Bosaw, Gangs of London
Samantha Harley and Alexandra Slade, sex education

BEST CASTING
Gary Davy, little ax
Lauren Evans, sex education
Shaheen Baig, the third day

BEST VISUAL EFFECTS
Ben Turner, Reece Ewing, Chris Reynolds, Asa Shoul, Framestore & Untold Studios, The Crown
Michael Illingworth, Oliver Milburn, Danny Hargreaves, Oliver Ogneux, Laura Usaite and Pedrom Dadgostar, War of the Worlds
Milk Visual Effects, Dneg TV, Freefolk, Goodbye Kansas Studios, Greg Fisher and Dave Houghton, Cursed
Russell Dodgson, James Whitlam, Jean-Clement Soret, Robert Harrington, Dan May and Brian Fisher, Frontiers of the Universe

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