BAFTA TV Awards: A look at the main nominations ahead of the ceremony trends now
The 2023 British Academy TV Awards with P&O Cruises is set to take place on Sunday night, with some of the UK's biggest stars descending on London's Royal Festival Hall for the glitzy ceremony.
Leading the nominations this year is the heartbreaking medical drama This Is Going To Hurt and gritty police series The Responder, who both received the most nods with six each.
BBC have received the most nominations out of all the broadcasters across the main and Craft categories, with 47 nods in total, Channel 4 received 21 and ITV scored 15.
Comedians Rob Beckett and Romesh Ranganathan have been confirmed to host, while Michelle Visage and Clara Amfo will present coverage of the red carpet.
So, as the countdown begins until the BAFTA TV Awards, MailOnline takes at the look at the biggest nominees hoping to scoop a prize.This Is Going To Hurt
Praised: Based on the memoir by NHS doctor Adam Kay, This Is Going To Hurt was acclaimed by critics when it debuted on BBC last year, and has earned six nominations
Based on the memoir by NHS doctor Adam Kay, This Is Going To Hurt was acclaimed by critics when it debuted on BBC last year.
The series, which is set on an NHS labour ward and shows the brutally honest challenges faced by a junior doctor, has been nominated six times.
Among them is a Best Actor nomination for star Ben Whishaw, and he will go up against Cillian Murphy for Peaky Blinders, Gary Oldman for Slow Horses, Taron Egerton for Black Bird, Chaske Spencer for The English and Martin Freeman for The Responder.
The show has also landed a nod for Best Mini-Series, but will face tough competition.The Responder
Praised: A drastic shift from his beloved role in Sherlock, Martin Freeman has earned a Best Actor nod for his role in The Responder
A drastic shift from his beloved role in Sherlock, Martin Freeman was lauded for his performance in The Responder.
The six-part miniseries was written by ex-police officer Tony Schumacher, with the story following crisis-stricken, unconventional officer Chris as he works a series of night shifts while on the beat.
His character battles to keep things together both professionally and personally as his marriage is on the rocks, while he's also struggling with his mental health.
With Chris forced to work with new rookie partner Rachel (Adelayo Adedayo), both officers will have learn that in order to survive the high-pressure and unabating environment of the night shift, they'll have to work together.
The new show is based around the real-life experiences of ex-Merseyside officer and first-time writer Tony, and 'held up a mirror up to the emotional, heartbreaking extremes of modern day policing'.
The Responder also six nominations, including Best Drama Series, Best Actor for Freeman and Best Supporting Actor for Josh Finan.Bad Sisters
Praise: Bad Sisters was lauded by fans when it hit Apple TV+ and has received five nominations, including Best Drama Series
Bad Sisters was lauded by fans when it hit Apple TV+ and has received five nominations, including Best Drama Series and Best Supporting Actress for star Anne-Marie Duff.
In the eight-part series Eve Birthistle played Becka, one of the Garvey sisters who seemingly work together to kill the abusive husband of elder sibling Grace, played by former Shameless star Anne-Marie.
Created by Catastrophe's Sharon Horgan the series also starred Dracula's Claes Bang.The Crown
MORE series! The Crown's fifth series failed to earn a Drama Series nomination, but did land a nod for Best Actress
Since hitting Netflix in 2016, The Crown has gripped viewers with its depiction of the history of The Royal Family, and the most recent fifth series has proven to be no different.
The show's latest run moved into the 1990s, depicting the crumbling of Charles' marriage to Princess Diana, and saw the Royal Family plunged into crisis by a series of scandals.
It's earned a Best Actress nomination for Imelda Staunton as Queen Elizabeth II, Best Supporting Actor for Salim Daw as Mohamed Al-Fayed, but was snubbed for a nod for Best Drama Series.The English
Period acclaim: Released late last year, The English, starring Emily Blunt, has earned a total of five nominations, including Best Actor
Released late last year, The English has earned a total of five nominations, including Best Actor for Chaske Spencer as Sgt. Eli Whipp.
The show saw Emily Blunt star as a lady thrown into the wild landscape of mid-America in the late 19th Century, who joins forces with an ex-cavalry scout to reach the new town of Hoxem, all the while embroiled in a tale of love and revenge.
The plot follows Cornelia who arrives into the the West – which is where she meets ex-cavalry scout Whipp - to wreak revenge on the man she sees as responsible for the death of her son.
Cornelia and Eli soon discover a shared history which must be defeated at all costs, if either of them are to survive.Slow Horses
Back on the (small) screen! Marking Oscar winner Gary Oldman's return to TV, Slow Horses earned the star his first BAFTA TV nomination for Best Actor
Marking Oscar winner Gary Oldman's return to TV, Slow Horses earned the star his first BAFTA TV nomination for Best Actor.
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