This year's BAFTA TV Craft Awards, celebrating behind-the-camera talent on the small screen in 2016, offered a somewhat egalitarian approach to award giving.
Four shows — The Crown, The Night Manager, National Treasure and Planet Earth II — came away from Sunday night's ceremony in London with two awards each.
Netflix's royal drama The Crown won honors for costume design and visual & graphic effects; BBC/AMC spy-thriller The Night Manager took home editing: fiction and sound: fiction prizes; ITV's National Treasure nabbed director: fiction and original awards; and BBC natural history series Planet Earth II earned nods for photography: faction and sound: factual.
Elsewhere on the night, Sally Wainwright further established herself as among the U.K.'s TV elite, winning writer: drama for Happy Valley, her third BAFTA to date in the category and fifth overall.
Other winners included Black Mirror's "San Junipero" episode, which claimed the makeup & hair design award for Tanya Lodge, while Chris Roope received production design honors for War & Peace.