Sid Gentle Films’ BBC drama Killing Eve has been awarded the 2019 Televisual Bulldog Awards Best in Show prize.
The Best in Show prize was awarded to Sid Gentle md Sally Woodward Gentle at the Televisual Bulldog Awards winners’ dinner last night at The Hotel Cafe Royal.
The Best in Show prize is awarded to the programme that garnered the most votes overall in its category and is announced at the winners’ dinner.
Killing Eve (series 1) also picked up the awards for Best Drama Series, Best Editing, Best Music and Best Cinematography.
The Televisual Bulldog Awards are voted for by the readers of Televisual Magazine and pick out the best UK-made programmes of the previous year.
In the scripted categories, Blueprint Pictures’ A Very English Scandal starring Hugh Grant and Ben Wishaw won Best Drama One-Off or Serial and Hat Trick’s Northern Ireland-set sitcom Derry Girls won Best Comedy.
Zeppotron’s long-running panel show Would I Lie to You? was voted Best Panel Quiz or Chat Show and BBC Studio’s Strictly has once again won the Bulldog for Best Entertainment programme.
The factual category winners include Minnow Films’ Grenfell doc and On the Corner’s Stephen: The Murder that Changed a Nation which won Best Documentary Single and Best Documentary Series respectively.
CPL Productions’ Old People’s Home for Four Year Olds was voted Best Factual Entertainment programme and BBC Studios Natural History Unit’s Dynasties won in the Best Specialist Factual category.
Wall to Wall was voted Best Indie and the Best VFX award went to Nutopia’s One Strange Rock.
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