'The Crown' and 'The Night Manager' Share Spoils at BAFTA TV Craft Awards
'National Treasure' and 'Planet Earth II' also emerged with two wins each.
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.