The BAFTA TV Awards, aka the British Academy Television Awards, to be yearly awarded to the best British tv programs. "Killing Eve", by BBC America was made, was eligible for the prices because " the majority of the creative contribution of the British is”, including the author Phoebe Waller-Bridge and protagonist, Jodie Comer. The tv series has won at three of its four nominations in the wait: "best actress" for Jodie Comer, ‘best actress in a supporting role’ for Fiona Shaw and ‘best drama series’.
Sarah Barnett, boss of BBC America, showed himself very satisfied with the price: “The overwhelming love for "Killing Eve" from critics and fans remains a pleasure, and overwhelms us all. We are so grateful to the BAFTA's "Killing Eve" celebrates this much-coveted ‘drama series’award, like the earlier issued ‘sound and music’awards, and for the recognition of the great Jodie Comer and Fiona Shaw. We would like to thank the fans, also to in the beginning on the " Killing Eve-train to jump... The journey just continues to take.” Fiona Shaw called her role as MI6 agent Carolyn Martins in her speech, “probably the greatest pleasure of my life”.
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