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‘A staggering failure’: the biggest shock of the 2022 TV Baftas (and there was really only one)

‘A staggering failure’: the biggest shock of the 2022 TV Baftas (and there was really only one)

From Big Zuu to Jodie Comer and Time, Bafta’s hit rate at this year’s TV awards was almost impeccable. With one, huge, disastrous exception

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With one exception, this year’s TV Baftas got things spectacularly right. It’s always hard to single out specific shows and personalities who are worthy of praise in an age when so much good television is being made but, credit where credit’s due, Bafta’s hit rate was almost impeccable.

Of course Jamie Demetriou won best male comedy performance for Stath Lets Flats. For three seasons he has created less a performance and more a sheer gravitational force, terraforming an entire genre to his whims. And of course Matthew Macfadyen won best supporting actor for Succession. Because, for a performer

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