- 13 May 19
Other winners of the night included Benedict Cumberbatch and Louis Theroux.
Irish actress Fiona Shaw was awarded a TV Bafta for best supporting actress last night for her role in BBC's Killing Eve.
This was Shaw's first time being nominated for a Bafta. The Cork native said playing work-obsessed MI6 agent Carolyn Martens in the series was "probably the greatest pleasure of my life." In her speech, Shaw spoke about having to ditch her Irish accent for the role and thanked her wife, Sonali Dereniyagala, and show-runner Phoebe Waller Bridge.
It was a big night for Killing Eve. Jodie Comer took home best actress for her was as Russian assassin Villanelle over her co-star Sandra Oh, and the series winning for best drama series.
Elsewhere in the ceremony, Derry Girls lost out to Sally 4Ever for best scripted comedy series, which drew negative reactions from fans and critics on social media, with many calling it a snub. Benedict Cumberbatch won his first Bafta for the mini-series Patrick Melrose. This is the eighth time Cumberbatch was nominated for a Bafta.
Check out the full list of winners below:
Leading actress: Jodie Comer, Killing Eve
Leading actor: Benedict Cumberbatch, Patrick Melrose
Supporting actress: Fiona Shaw, Killing Eve
Supporting actor: Ben Wishaw, A Very English Scandal
Entertainment performance: Lee Mack, Would I Lie To You?
Male performance in a comedy programme: Steve Pemberton, Inside No 9
Female performance in a comedy programme: Jessica Hynes, There She Goes
Drama series: Killing Eve
Single drama: Killed By My Debt
Mini-series: Patrick Melrose
Soap and continuing drama: EastEnders
Entertainment programme: Britain's Got Talent
Comedy and comedy entertainment programme: A League of Their Own
Scripted comedy: Sally4Ever
Features: Who Do You Think You Are?
Must-see moment: Bodyguard - Julia Montague assassinated
Current affairs: Myanmar's Killing Fields (Dispatches)
Single documentary: Gun No 6
Factual series: Louis Theroux's Altered States
Reality and constructed factual: I'm A Celebrity…Get Me Out Of Here!
Specialist factual: Suffragettes With Lucy Worsley
News coverage: Cambridge Analytica Uncovered
Sport: 2018 World Cup Quarter Final: England v Sweden
Live event: Royal British Legion Festival of Remembrance
Short-form programme: Missed Call