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Apple TV+ celebrates its first major BAFTA wins, with dark comedy-drama Bad Sisters taking the lead with two awards. The show, which premiered on Apple TV+ in August 2022, took home the prestigious Best Drama Series award and the Best Supporting Actress award for Anne-Marie Duff’s compelling performance as Grace.
Bad Sisters follows the Garvey sisters as they mischievously plan the murder of Grace’s abusive husband, known as the ‘Prick.’ The show’s gripping storyline, coupled with the outstanding performances of its talented cast, has earned it critical acclaim and a dedicated fan base.
The series was written by Sharon Horgan, who also stars as one of the sisters, alongside Eve Hewson, Sarah Greene, and Eva Birthistle. The show is based on an existing Belgian limited series format, and its success has led to Apple TV+ commissioning a second season, currently in the pre-production stages.
Apple TV+ has been making a name for itself in the highly competitive streaming landscape, with original programming like The Morning Show, Ted Lasso, and now Bad Sisters, showcasing its commitment to high-quality content. With its first major BAFTA wins, Apple TV+ will attract even more viewers and critical acclaim.
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As the streaming wars continue to heat up, Apple TV+ is proving to be a formidable player, with a growing library of original programming and a commitment to diversity and inclusivity. With Bad Sisters leading the way, it’s clear that Apple TV+ is a force to be reckoned with in the world of streaming entertainment.