Killing Eve proved to be the big winner at Sunday’s Bafta TV Awards, with its star Jodie Comer shedding tears as she was named best actress.
The Jeremy Kyle Show has been pulled off air indefinitely by ITV following the death of a guest a week after the programme in which they featured was recorded.
Sheridan Smith and Ryan Reynolds are among the stars who have showed their appreciation for Jodie Comer after she won a TV Bafta.
Game Of Thrones star Maisie Williams has told how she struggles with feelings of self-hate and said it has been “impossible to turn a blind eye” to negative comments on social media since becoming famous.
There were winners and losers at the TV Baftas.
Screenwriter Russell T Davies wishes his late mother could have seen his success with Doctor Who.
Robert De Niro has taken part in an advertising campaign for British bakers Warburtons.
Graham Norton has described his famously scathing commentary during the Eurovision Song Contest as “unlike anything else I do” as he prepares for the grand final on Saturday.
Piers Morgan left the TV Baftas empty handed after Good Morning Britain was snubbed for the news coverage award, despite two nominations in the category.
I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! scooped a Bafta for the series featuring Holly Willoughby as co- host – after she stepped in for Ant McPartlin.