The British-American drama series Killing eve Sunday night became the big winner at the BAFTA TV Awards, the British television prizes.
The series ran off with a total of three BAFTAs. Killing eve was not only voted best drama series, but also won in the categories 'best actress' (Jodie Comer) and 'best female supporting role' (Fiona Shaw).
Benedict Cumberbatch won the BAFTA for 'best male lead role' for his performance as Patrick Melrose in the eponymous drama series. Patrick Melrose also won in the 'best mini series' category.
The award for 'best male supporting role' went to Ben Whishaw for his role in the comic drama series A Very English Scandal.
The show took place at the Royal Festival Hall in London and was presented by television presenter Graham Norton.