TV Baftas 2019: Date, nominations and how to watch the awards
28 March 2019, 11:56
When are the 2019 BAFTA Awards? When can I watch them and who is nominated?
The BAFTA Television Awards nominations were recently announced, with Killing Eve receiving the most nominations.
The awards show is only around the corner, and viewers will be able to watch the show on the night.
Here's everything you need to know:
What date is the BAFTAs?
The 2019 BAFTA Television Awards will take place on May 12.
How can I watch the BAFTAs?
You will be able to watch the BAFTAs on BBC One on May 12 in an edited-down version.
Who is nominated for a BAFTA?
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