Shaun Parkes, in the meantime, takes home Best Actor honor for his role in Steve McQueen’s ‘Small Axe’, whereas Glenda Jackson’s ‘Elizabeth is Missing’ claims the Best Single Drama prize.
AceShowbiz –Michaela Coel and her hit drama “I May Destroy You” were the big winners at the Royal Television Awards in Britain on Tuesday, March 16.
Coel was named Best Actor – Female for her portrayal of Arabella, and she also picked up the Writing – Drama prize, while the show was named Best Mini-Series.
Though so, Coel was not able to virtually accept the awards. Host Jonathan Ross explained to viewers, “Now Michaela is at home trying to sort her internet connection. It’s frustrating because she was overlooked in other award shows. Michaela, I may destroy your internet provider.”
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When her internet was finally back on again, the 33-year-old actress delivered three different acceptance speeches. Her wins came on the heels of her snubbing at the 78th annual Golden Globe Awards.
There were double wins for Mae Martin‘s series “Feel Good” and presenter Joe Lycett, while Shaun Parkes picked up the Best Actor – Male honor for Steve McQueen’s acclaimed “Small Axe” series and Glenda Jackson‘s return to TV on “Elizabeth is Missing” landed the Best Single Drama prize.
BBC, in the meantime, dominated the competitive categories by taking home a total of 14 wins. ITV, on the other hand, scored victory with “Loose Women” collecting the Daytime Programme award and “The Masked Singer” being dubbed Best Entertainment Series.
The full list of RTS Awards winners is:
- Best Actor – Female: Michaela Coel (“I May Destroy You“)
- Best Actor – Male: Shaun Parkes (“Small Axe“)
- Breakthrough Award: Mae Martin (“Feel Good”)
- Best Arts Programme: “Grayson’s Art Club”
- Best Children’s Programme: “IRL With Team Charlene”
- Best Comedy Entertainment: “The Ranganation”
- Best Comedy Performance – Female: Gbemisola Ikumelo (“Famalam”)
- Best Comedy Performance – Male: Youssef Kerkour (“Home”)
- Best Daytime Programme: “Loose Women”
- Best Documentary Series: “Once Upon a Time in Iraq”
- Best Drama Series: “In My Skin”
- Best Entertainment Series: “The Masked Singer“
- Best Entertainment Performance: Big Narstie & Mo Gilligan (“The Big Narstie Show”)
- Best Formatted Popular Factual: “Joe Lycett’s Got Your Back”
- Best History Programme: “Damilola: The Boy Next Door”
- Best Live Event: “The Third Day: Autumn”
- Best Mini-Series: “I May Destroy You“
- Best Presenter: Joe Lycett
- Best Channel of the Year: BBC One
- Best Science & Natural History Programme: “The Surgeon’s Cut”
- Best Scripted Comedy: “The Young Offenders”
- Best Single Documentary: “Anton Ferdinand: Football, Racism & Me”
- Best Single Drama: “Elizabeth is Missing”
- Best Soap/Continuing Drama: “Casualty”
- Best Sports Presenter: Michael Holding
- Best Sports Programme: “England v West Indies First Test”
- Best Writing – Comedy: Mae Martin & Joe Hampson (“Feel Good”)
- Best Writing – Drama: Michaela Coel (“I May Destroy You“)
- Judges’ Award: Anne Mensah
- Outstanding Achievement Award: Russell T. Davies
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