We are so excited to see so much talent in ‘this year’s Bafta Television Awards, which will be held on 6 June.’!

Drama Series:

‘Gangs of London’ – Starring Pippa Bennett-Warner and Ray Panthaki

“The city of London is being torn apart by the turbulent power struggles of the international gangs that control it and the sudden power vacuum that’s created when the head of London’s most powerful crime family is assassinated.”

‘I Hate Suzie’ – Starring Lorraine Ashbourne

“Suzie Pickles has her life upended when she is hacked and pictures of her emerge online in an extremely compromising position. Aided by her best friend and manager, Naomi, Suzie tries to hold her life together.”

Single Series:

‘Anthony’ – Starring Shaniqua Okwok

“In July 2005, black teenager Anthony Walker was murdered by two white men in an unprovoked racist attack in a Liverpool park. He was just 18 years old. This film tells the story of how this talented young man’s life might have turned out.”

Mini Series:

‘I May Destroy You’ – Starring Harriet Webb

“After being sexually assaulted in a nightclub, Arabella’s life changes irreversibly and she is forced to reassess everything, including her career, friends and family.”

‘Small Axe’ – Starring Shaniqua Okwok and Jodhi May

“Based on the real-life experiences of London’s West Indian community between 1969 and 1982.”

Soap and Continuing Drama:

‘Coronation Street’ – Starring Sally Carman

“People from the working class living on a street in Weatherfield, Manchester, England go through with their daily lives and deal with the hardships caused by their personal and professional lives.”

Scripted Comedy:

‘Ghosts’ – Starring Simon Farnaby

“A young couple inherits a dilapidated property from a distant relative unaware of its invisible residents and proceeds to renovate it to the consternation of its inhabitants.”

Factual Series:

‘Once Upon a Time in Iraq’ – Narrated by Andy Serkis

“With unique personal archive from civilians and soldiers from both sides of the conflict, this series takes viewers closer to the realities of war and life under Isis than ever been.”

Writer: Comedy:

Writing Team, Ghosts – Simon Farnaby

“A young couple inherits a dilapidated property from a distant relative unaware of its invisible residents and proceeds to renovate it to the consternation of its inhabitants.”