Fleabag has added to its award-win list by claiming the Best Comedy Programme title at the Broadcast Awards.
The much sought after awards, run by TV trade magazine Broadcast, were handed out at a ceremony in London last night.
The second series of Phoebe Waller-Bridge's highly acclaimed comedy was described as "literally the best show in the world last year" by one of the judges.
Another judge noted that the show "was a gamechanger that had resonated with the audience like no other comedy", and another noted it was "faultless from the first minute to the last".
The magazine says: "The first series narrowly missed out to BBC comedy Mum in this category back in 2016, but this time around, it was the clear winner. The award will find itself nestled up next to the six Emmys in Waller-Bridge's closet, which include wins for outstanding comedy series and outstanding lead actress in a comedy series.
"Highlights of the series included the introduction of Andrew Scott as Fleabag's love interest, and a memorable turn from Kristin Scott Thomas. Praise has also been heaped on the choral score by Waller-Bridge's sister Isobel and Harry Bradbeer's direction."
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