While the Coronavirus pandemic is causing rethinks in several upcoming awards ceremonies, including next year’s Oscars, things are moving ahead as normal with the BAFTA TV awards. And by ‘as normal’, we mean it’s still happening, but without a live audience and with the winners sending in video acceptance speeches. The nominees have just been revealed, detailing the full list of shows, performances and more in with a chance of winning.

Leading the way with 14 overall nominations is HBO and Sky Atlantic’s Chernobyl. The five-part series is nominated in the Mini-series category, with Craig Mazin nominated as its writer, Jared Harris up for Leading Actor, Stellan Skarsgard up for Supporting Actor, and a nod for Hildur Guðnadóttir’s music. The third season of The Crown – which moved Netflix’s royal period drama into a new era – receives seven nominations, including nods for Josh O’Connor as Supporting Actor and Helena Bonham Carter as Supporting Actress, and a coveted nomination for Drama Series.

The Crown

The second season of Fleabag also fared well. Phoebe Waller-Bridge is nominated for her writing, as well as for Female Performance In A Comedy Programme, where co-star Sian Clifford was also nominated. The series is also nominated in the overall Scripted Comedy category. There was good news too for the BBC’s British-Japanese drama Giri/Haji, which received six nominations, while Shane Meadows’ drama The Virtues was nominated in Mini-Series, Director, Writer, Leading Actor for Stephen Graham, and Supporting Actress for Helen Behan.

There are some notable omissions – Andrew Scott might have got everybody hot under the religious collar in Fleabag, but hasn’t been nominated for his role in Series 2, while Olivia Colman hasn’t been nominated for her role as Elizabeth II in The Crown. The likes of Line Of Duty, Peaky Blinders, Years And Years and the Gavin And Stacy special are also absent from many of the major categories. The (admittedly controversial) final season of Game Of Thrones missed out in the International category, while HBO’s hugely-acclaimed Watchmen series was also snubbed.

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Read the list of nominees in the scripted categories below – and head here to read the complete list, including more technical categories, and the factual and entertainment nominees. We’ll find out who wins when this year’s ceremony airs on 31 July.

Drama Series

The Crown

The End Of The F—ing World

Gentleman Jack

Giri/Haji

Mini-Series

A Confession

Chernobyl

The Victim

The Virtues

Single Drama

Brexit: The Uncivil War

Elizabeth Is Missing

The Left Behind

Responsible Child

Scripted Comedy

Catastrophe

Derry Girls

Fleabag

Stath Lets Flats

International

Euphoria

Succession

Unbelievable

When They See Us

Leading Actress

Jodie Comer – Killing Eve

Glenda Jackson – Elizabeth is Missing

Suranne Jones – Gentleman Jack

Samantha Morton – I Am Kirsty

Supporting Actress

Naomi Ackie – The End of the F—ing World

Helen Behan – The Virtues

Helena Bonham Carter – The Crown

Jasmine Jobson – Top Boy

Leading Actor

Stephen Graham – The Virtues

Jared Harris – Chernobyl

Takehiro Hira – Giri/Haji

Callum Turner – The Capture

Supporting Actor

Joe Absolom – A Confession

Josh O’Connor – The Crown

Will Sharpe – Giri/Haji

Stellan Skarsgard – Chernobyl

Male Performance – Comedy

Jamie Demetriou – Stath Lets Flats

Ncuti Gatwa – Sex Education

Youssef Kerkour – Home

Guz Khan – Man Like Mobeen

Female Performance – Comedy

Sian Clifford – Fleabag

Gbemisola Ikumelo – Famalam

Sarah Kendall – Frayed

Phoebe Waller-Bridge – Fleabag

Writer – Drama

The End Of The F—ing World – Charlie Covell

Chernobyl – Craig Mazin

Succession – Jesse Armstrong

The Virtues – Shane Meadows, Jack Thorne

Writer – Comedy

Brassic – Danny Brocklehurst

Stath Lets Flats – Jamie Demetriou

Fleabag – Phoebe Waller-Bridge

Plebs – Sam Leifer, Tom Basden

Director – Fiction

Fleabag – Harry Bradbeer

Chernobyl – Johan Renck

The Virtues – Shane Meadows

Brexit: The Uncivil War – Toby Haynes

Editing – Fiction

Killing Eve – Dan Crinnion

Giri/Haji – Elen Pierce Lewis

Fleabag – Gary Dollner

Chernobyl – Jinx Godfrey, Simon Smith

Make Up & Hair Design

Chernobyl – Daniel Parker, Barrie Gower

The Trial Of Christine Keeler – Inma Azorin

Catherine The Great – Kirstin Chalmers

Peaky Blinders – Los Schiavo

Original Music

Giri/Haji – Adrian Johnston

War In The Blood – Andrew Phillips

Killing Eve – David Holmes, Keefus Ciancia

Chernobyl – Hildur Guðnadóttir

Production Design

Killing Eve – Laurence Dorman

Chernobyl – Luke Hull, Claire Levinson-Gendler

The Crown – Martin Childs, Alison Harvey

Sex Education – Samantha Harley, Miri Katz

Sound – Fiction

His Dark Materials

A Christmas Carol

Chernobyl

The Crown

Special, Visual & Graphic Effects

The Crown

His Dark Materials

Chernobyl

Good Omens

Scripted Casting

Top Boy – Des Hamilton

Sex Education – Lauren Evans

Chernobyl – Nina Gold, Robert Sterne

Giri/Haji – Yoko Narahashi, Shaheen Baig, Layla Merrick-Wolf

Must-See Moment

Coronation Street: The death of Sinead Osborne

Fleabag: Confessional scene

Game Of Thrones: Arya kills the Night King

Gavin And Stacey: Nessa proposes to Smithy

Line Of Duty: John Corbett’s death

Love Island: Michael recouples after Casa Amor

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