The nominees for the BAFTA TV Awards 2020, and BAFTA Craft Awards, have been revealed.
Female Performance In A Comedy Programme
Male Performance In A Comedy Programme
Comedy Entertainment Programme
Update: This category was handed out at the BAFTA Craft Awards on 17th July. Demetriou was named the winner. Story
The Misadventures Of Romesh Ranganathan
Alongside Sean Buckley for writing Responsible Child
Update: This category was handed out at the BAFTA Craft Awards on 17th July. Aisling Bea was named the winner. Story
Elsewhere in the list of nominations, comedy drama The End Of The F***Ing World is nominated in the Drama Series category; Gbemisola Ikumelo's sitcom pilot Brain In Gear is up for Short Form Programme; Naomi Ackie is up for Best Supporting Actress for her role as Bonnie in The End Of The F***Ing World; and Fleabag director Harry Bradbeer is up for the 'Director: Fiction' title. Meanwhile The End Of The F***Ing World writer Charlie Covell is up for 'Writer: Drama', as is former Peep Show co-creator Jesse Armstrong, for his US comedy drama Succession.
Also in the BAFTA Craft nominations are Fleabag editor Gary Dollner; Sex Education production designers Samantha Harley and Miri Katz; Sex Education casting director Lauren Evans; and the visual effects team on Good Omens.
The winners of the BAFTA Craft Awards will be revealed on Friday 17th July, whilst the winners of the BAFTA TV Awards will be revealed on BBC One on Friday 31st July, in a "closed studio, socially-distanced" show. As recently revealed, Richard Ayoade will be taking over from Graham Norton as the show's host.
Two comedies are featured in the Must-See Moment category, which you can vote for. Shortlisted alongside scenes from Coronation Street, Game Of Thrones, Line Of Duty and Love Island are...
The clip from Fleabag in which the priest tells Fleabag to kneel:
The Gavin & Stacey scene focusing on Nessa proposing to Smithy:
The full list of nominations across all genres can be seen on bafta.org