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Bafta TV Awards 2021: Time, nominations and how to watch it on TV tonight

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Who will win big at the Bafta TV Awards tonight? (Picture: BBC/Netflix)

Tonight, the Virgin Media British Academy Television Awards is set to honour the best and brightest stars from the world of television, with celebrities attending the ceremony both in real life and virtually.

The Bafta TV Awards 2021 nominations has nods to acclaimed shows including I May Destroy You, Small Axe and The Crown, with the line-up also featuring a range of first-time nominees, including Paul Mescal, Weruche Opia and Shaun Parkes.

The Bafta Film Awards took place earlier this year in April, followed by the Bafta TV Craft Awards in May.

Avid TV viewers will undoubtedly be expecting an array of glitz and glam at tonight’s ceremony, with the event being hosted for the second consecutive year by comedian Richard Ayoade.

So what time is the Bafta TV Awards, how can you watch it and who is included in the nominations?

What time is the Bafta TV Awards and how can you watch it?

The Bafta TV Awards airs tonight at 7pm on BBC One and BBC iPlayer.

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John Boyega has been nominated in the leading actor category (Picture: BBC/McQueen Limited/Will Robson-Scott)

After the ceremony has aired, it will be available to watch on demand on BBC iPlayer.

The show will last for two hours, with host Richard wrapping up the proceedings at 9pm.

It will then be followed by the premiere of Time, a new BBC crime drama starring Sean Bean and Stephen Graham.

Who is included in the nominations for this year’s Bafta TV Awards?

Small Axe, The Crown and I May Destroy You have dominated the Bafta TV Award nominations this year, with Small Axe receiving nods for several of its stars, including John Boyega, Letitia Wright and Shaun Parkes.

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Michaela Coel is up for leading actress (Picture: BBC/Various Artists Ltd and FALKNA/Natalie Seery)

Helena Bonham Carter and Josh O’Connor have been nominated for their performances in The Crown, while Michaela Coel and Paapa Essiedu have been recognised for their stellar turns in I May Destroy You.

Sex Education stars Ncuti Gatwa, Emma Mackey and Aimee Lou Wood are also up for accolades at tonight’s show, as are Paul Mescal and Daisy Edgar Jones for Normal People.

The Virgin Media British Academy Television Awards also features an award for must-see moment, which includes memorable TV scenes such as Lady Whistledown’s reveal in Bridgerton, Diversity’s powerful Black Lives Matter-inspired performance on Britain’s Got Talent and Luke Skywalker’s arrival in the Mandalorian.

For the full list of nominations at the 2021 Bafta TV Awards, click here.

The Bafta TV Awards airs tonight at 7pm on BBC One and BBC iPlayer.

Credit: Original article published here.

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