The 2023 British Academy Television Awards (BAFTA TV Awards)

 The 2023 British Academy Television Awards (BAFTA TV Awards) were held on 14 May 2023 at the Royal Festival Hall in London, to recognise the excellence in British television of 2022. The nominations were announced on 22 March 2023 alongside the nominations for the 2023 British Academy Television Craft Awards. The nominees for Memorable Moment, voted on by the public, were announced on 18 April 2023. BBC One drama The Responder led the nominations with four.

The ceremony was hosted by comedians Rob Beckett and Romesh Ranganathan and was broadcast on BBC One.


  • Best Drama Series
    • The Responder
  • Best Male Actor in a Leading Role
    • Ben Whishaw for This Is Going to Hurt
  • Best Female Actor in a Leading Role
    • Sarah Lancashire for Julia
  • Best Male Actor in a Supporting Role
    • Stephen Graham for The North Water
  • Best Female Actor in a Supporting Role
    • Imelda Staunton for The Crown
  • Best Miniseries
    • The Essex Serpent
  • Best Returning Drama
    • Peaky Blinders
  • Best Comedy Series
    • Stath Lets Flats
  • Best Entertainment Programme
    • Taskmaster
  • Best Current Affairs Programme
    • The Salisbury Poisonings
  • Best Single Drama
    • Help
  • Best Factual Series
    • Our Great National Parks
  • Best International Programme
    • Squid Game
  • Best Reality & Constructed Reality Programme
    • Married at First Sight UK
  • Best Scripted Comedy
    • Motherland
  • Best News Programme
    • Newsnight
  • Best Documentary Series
    • The Alpinist
  • Best Drama Writer
    • Adam Kay for This Is Going to Hurt
  • Best Comedy Writer
    • Alice Oseman for Heartstopper
  • Best Director
    • Tony Schumacher for The Responder
  • Best Entertainment Performance
    • Big Zuu for Big Zuu's Big Eats
  • Breakthrough Talent
    • Conrad Khan
  • Special Award
    • Sir David Attenborough

Memorable Moment

The Memorable Moment award, voted for by the public, was won by the moment in It's a Sin when Ritchie Tozer (Olly Alexander) comes out to his mother Valerie (Celia Imrie).

The BAFTA TV Awards 2023 was a celebration of the best in British television, and it was a night to remember for many of the winners and nominees. The ceremony was a lively and entertaining affair, and it was clear that the British public loves its television.

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