BAFTA TV Award Winners

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BBC's Peaky Blinders and Three Girls won big at the 2018 Virgin TV British Academy Television Awards Sunday at the Royal Festival Hall in London. Vanessa Kirby - who played Princess Margaret in the drama's first iteration and is nominated for a Best Supporting Actress Bafta - has been busy chatting about her critically acclaimed role... Abuse drama Three Girls was named Best Mini-Series, while its star, Molly Windsor, claimed the Best Actress accolade, emerging victorious despite strong competition from Thandie Newton (Line of Duty), Sinead Keenan (Little Boy Blue), and The Crown's Claire Foy.

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Sean Bean won the award for Leading Actor for his performance as a Catholic priest in Broken against Joe Cole for the "Hang the DJ" episode of Black Mirror, Tim Piggott-Smith for King Charles III and Jack Rowan for Born to Kill. "I felt like the luckiest person in the world to play somebody that was so colourful and vivid and courageous and strong", she told the audience at the Royal Festival Hall. The Handmaid's Tale, financed and first released through U.S. streaming service Hulu, won Best International Drama.

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The Best Drama award went to Peaky Blinders, which was one of the surprises of the night as most people expected Netflix's The Crown to walk away with award.

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