‘Underground Railroad’, Jodie Comer and Sean Bean triumph at the Baftas
Several winners used their acceptance speeches to voice their opposition to public broadcaster Channel 4 being sold
Actors Jodie Comer, Sean Bean and Matthew Macfadyen were among the winners at the British Academy Television Awards in London on Sunday night.
Bean won the leading actor prize for prison drama Time, which also scooped the award for miniseries. Comer, who rose to fame playing an assassin in Killing Eve, won leading actress for Help, a drama set in a care home during the Covid-19 pandemic.
Her co-star Cathy Tyson won supporting actress while supporting actor went to Macfadyen for Succession, a show about power struggles within a US family media empire...