BAFTA TV Awards: Channel 4 Has Huge Night After Wins For ‘Stath Lets Flats’ & ‘The End Of The F***ing World’

This year, there were two awards each for Stath Lets Flats and The End Of The F***ing World. By comparison, Channel 4 won only two prizes at last year's ceremony, while it didn't clinch a single award for an original show in 2018.
The BBC traditionally dominates the awards. Sky won twice for Chernobyl, while ITV picked up three prizes.” /> The broadcaster, which has endured a difficult year due to coronavirus, was second only to the BBC in the ranking of winners.
The End Of The F***ing World won best drama series, beating The Crown, and Naomi Ackie was named best supporting actress for her role as Bonnie in the Netflix co-production.
Stath Lets Flats creator and star Jamie Demetriou (who was a regular in Fleabag) also won best male performance in a comedy. The former, which will premiere on HBO Max in the U.S., beat Fleabag to best comedy.
Channel 4 enjoyed a huge night at the BAFTA TV Awards on Friday, with the British broadcaster scooping six gongs and springing shocks in big-ticket categories.
Channel 4's other wins included The Lateish Show With Mo Gilligan for entertainment performance and Leaving Neverland for factual series.

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