Netflix’s “The Crown” Reigns Supreme in Bafta TV Award Nominations

The final season of Netflix’s widely acclaimed series, The Crown, has emerged as a frontrunner in this year’s Bafta TV Award nominations, despite facing controversy over its portrayal of the Royal Family. With its gripping depiction of the events of the 1990s, including the tragic loss of Princess Diana, the sixth season of the royal drama has secured a total of eight nominations.

Receiving mixed reviews from critics, The Crown has been both lauded and criticized for its handling of historical events. One critic bluntly stated that the series was “obviously mining tragedy for ratings,” reflecting the polarizing nature of its narrative.

Joining The Crown at the top of the nominations list are Happy Valley and the Black Mirror episode “Demon 79,” each boasting seven nominations. Not far behind are Slow Horses and The Sixth Commandment, with six nominations apiece, showcasing the diversity and quality of content in this year’s lineup.

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