The British Academy of Film and Television Arts (BAFTA) has announced the nominations for the annual Virgin TV British Academy Television Awards, which reward the very best television programmes broadcast in the UK in 2017. The ceremony will be held at the Royal Festival Hall on Sunday 13 May and hosted by Sue Perkins.
Black Mirror, Line of Duty, The Crown and Three Girls are each nominated in three categories.
Black Mirror has two first-time nominees recognised for their performances: a Leading Actor nomination for Joe Cole for Hang the DJ, which is also nominated in the Single Drama category, and a Supporting Actor nomination for Jimmi Simpson for USS Callister.
Line of Duty receives nominations in the Drama Series category, as well as a Leading Actress nomination for Thandie Newton and a Supporting Actor nomination for Adrian Dunbar.
Also nominated in the Drama Series category is The Crown, which receives performance nominations for the second year in a row for Claire Foy for Leading Actress and Vanessa Kirby for Supporting Actress.
Completing the Drama Series category is returning drama Peaky Blinders and The End of the F###ing World, written by BAFTA Breakthrough Brit, Charlie Covell.
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