Peaky Blinders, a 1920s crime drama starring Cillian Murphy, Helen McCrory and Paul Anderson, won the award for Drama Series over The Crown, Line of Duty and * a href="https://www.tvinsider.com/show/the-end-of-the-f***ing-world/" *The End of the F***ing World.
Three Girls was the victor in the miniseries category, and Molly Windsor took home the performance win for leading actress for Three Girls.
The show was also a big victor at the BAFTA TV Craft Awards and Philippa Lowthorpe picked up in the Director: Fiction category, Uni Ni Dhonghaile in the Editing: Fiction category and Nicole Taylor, the Writer: Drama category.
The award will be presented to North at a pre-E3 event in London on June 11, and will recognise the actor's outstanding contribution to performance in games. And the Best Actor race also features a thespian nominated for playing a royal, with the late Tim Pigott-Smith cited for "King Charles III".
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It's TV's biggest night in Britain and all of our national treasures will be out in force.
The Best International Show category provides the night with some of its biggest names with the Emmy-winning limited series "Big Little Lies" and drama series "The Handmaid's Tale" in the running as are the limited series "Feud: Bette and Joan" and the documentary series "The Vietnam War".
As the show got underway, Peaky Blinders picked up the first award, shortly followed by Murder In Successville.
Netflix was one of the winners at this year's BAFTAs but it failed to pick up the Best Drama category. The ceremony was sponsored by the The British Academy of Film and Television Arts (better known as BAFTA) and hosted by Sue Perkins at the Royal Festival Hall in London.