Chernobyl is leading the field in this year’s British Academy of Film and Television Arts nominations (BAFTA), with double the nods of any other show.
The Sky Atlantic mini-series has earned a whopping 14 BAFTA nominations, including leading actor, mini-series and supporting actor.
It follows its success earlier this year when the five-part mini-series, which tells the story of the world’s worst nuclear disaster and its aftermath, took home 19 Emmys.
Set in and around the Ukraine power plant before, during and after the blast on 26 April 1986, the acclaimed drama had an ensemble cast which included Emily Watson, Stellan Skarsgard and Jared Harris, with the latter two both received acting nods.
The intricate work replicating the injuries caused by the radioactive explosion have been rewarded with both a nomination for make-up and hair-dressing and special effects.
Second in line in the nominations was Netflix drama The Crown, which got seven nods, including best supporting actress for Helena Bonham Carter for her portrayal of Princess Margaret.
This third season of the royal saga starred Olivia Colman as the reigning monarch, however Colman failed to get a nod for leading actress.
Fleabag received six nods, including comedy writer and scripted comedy for its creator and star Phoebe Waller-Bridge.
Waller-Bridge will also go head-to-head with her on-screen sister, played by Sian Clifford, for female performance in a comedy programme.
Fleabag also received a nomination for Virgin Media’s Must-See Moment – the only award voted for by the public.
The ceremony was originally scheduled to take place on 17 May but was postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Nominees will be invited to accept their awards virtually in a socially-distanced ceremony hosted by Richard Ayoade and held in a closed studio.
The BAFTA Games Awards took place in the same way in March.
The British Academy Television Craft Award nominations – celebrating those behind the camera – were also revealed.
The virtual TV BAFTA ceremony will take place on the 31 of July, and broadcast on BBC One.