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Apple TV+ has continued its winning streak by bagging multiple awards at this year’s BAFTA Television Craft Awards. Among the honorees were Jane Petrie, who won Best Costume Design for her work on the limited series “The Essex Serpent”, and Peter Anderson Studio, which took home the Best Titles & Graphic Identity award for “Bad Sisters”.
“The Essex Serpent” is a gripping Victorian drama set in England, led by acclaimed actors Claire Danes and Tom Hiddleston. It follows the story of London widow Cora Seaborne, who moves to Essex to investigate reports of a mythical serpent. The show has been previously recognized by the British Film Designers Guild Awards and ReFrame and has now added three BAFTA Television Craft Award nominations to its list of accolades.
Meanwhile, “Bad Sisters” is a thrilling black comedy created by Sharon Horgan, a BAFTA Television Award-winning star and executive producer. The show revolves around the Garvey sisters, who become the target of an investigation by their brother-in-law’s life insurers after he is found dead. The show has been previously recognized by the WGA Awards, Critics Choice Awards, Royal Television Society, and the Irish Film and Television Awards.
These awards are the latest in a series of accolades for Apple TV+. The platform has already won the BAFTA for Best British Short Animation for “The Boy, the Mole, the Fox and the Horse” this year. It also won Editing: Factual for “9/11: Inside the President’s War Room” and Sound: Factual for “1971: The Year That Changed Everything” in 2022. Additionally, Apple TV+ has received nominations for “Little America,” “Tiny World,” and “Earth at Night in Color” in 2021.
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Apple TV+ has six more nominations for the BAFTA Television Awards set to be presented on May 14. These include Best Drama Series and Best Supporting Actress for “Bad Sisters”, Best International Program for “Pachinko”, Leading Actor and Supporting Actor nominations for Gary Oldman and Jack Lowden in “Slow Horses”, and Leading Actor for Taron Egerton in “Black Bird”.