This year's BAFTA TV Awards took place tonight, with the likes of 'Killing Eve', Louis Theroux and Benedict Cumberbatch among the winners.
Surprisingly, however, 'Derry Girls' failed to clinch the award for Best Scripted Comedy, instead losing out to 'Sally4Ever'.
Meanwhile, Fiona Shaw and Jodie Comer both won in their categories for 'Killing Eve', whilst the series itself won Best Drama Series.
Best Drama Series
Best Scripted Comedy
Best Leading Actor
Benedict Cumberbatch - 'Patrick Melrose'
Best Supporting Actor
Ben Whishaw - 'A Very English Scandal'
Best Leading Actress
Jodie Comer - 'Killing Eve'
Best Supporting Actress
Fiona Shaw - 'Killing Eve'
Best Female Performance In A Comedy Programme
Jessica Hynes - 'There She Goes'
Best Male Performance In A Comedy Programme
Steve Pemberton 'Inside No.9'
Best Entertainment Performance
Lee Mack - 'Would I Lie To You?'
Best Comedy Entertainment Programme
'A League Of Their Own'
Best Factual Programme
'Louis Theroux's Altered States'
'Who Do You Think You Are?'
Best Reality / Constructed Factual
'I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here!'
Best Current Affairs
'Dispatches: Myanmar's Killing Fields'
Best Entertainment Programme
'Britain's Got Talent'
Best Specialist Factual
'Suffragettes: With Lucy Worsley'
Best News Coverage
Channel 4 - 'Cambridge Analytica Uncovered'
Best Single Drama
BBC Three - 'Killed By My Debt'