Theatre, Film and TV  |  Mar 30, 2022

BAFTA TV 2022 Nominations

Nominations for the 2022 BAFTA TV Awards have been announced, honouring a number of Curtis Brown clients.

Leah Harvey has a Best Supporting Actress nomination for Foundation.​

Landscapers, created and written by Ed Sinclair, is nominated for Best Mini-Series.

Together is nominated for Best Single Drama, directed by Justin Martin.

Isabelle Sieb is part of the team nominated for Best Drama Series for Vigil, of which she directed three episodes.

Succession is nominated for Best International Series. The show is Co-Executive Produced and written by Georgia PritchettTony Roche and Jon Brown, with writing from Susan Soon He Stanton and Jamie Carragher as Staff Writer.

Lupin is also nominated in the same category, created and written by George Kay.

Motherland, created and co-written by Helen Serafinowicz, has received a Best Scripted Comedy nomination.

It's A Sin, directed by Peter Hoar, has received 11 nominations including
Best Mini-Series, and Best Director: Fiction for Peter in the BAFTA TV Craft Awards. 

Emma Unsworth is nominated for Comedy Writer for The Outlaws.

Andy Milligan and Lee Stuart Evans wrote for “I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here!” – Ant & Dec dig at Downing Street’s lockdown parties, which is nominated for the Best Moment Award.

Ncuti Gatwa has been nominated for Best Male Performance in a Comedy Programme for Sex Education.

The Chase, featuring Bradley Walshhas received a Best Daytime nomination which features.

Paul Whitehouse's Mortimer and Whitehouse Gone Fishing has been nominated for Best Feature.

Beverley Keogh is nominated for her work in Casting for Time and Lauren Evans is nominated in the same category for Sex Education.

Stefano Pepin (SFX) has been nominated in the Special, Visual & Graphic Effects Craft category for his work on The Witcher.