However, neither Queen Elizabeth II or Tom Hiddleston could come close to Planet Earth II. The BBC’s acclaimed natural history series nabbed nine BAFTA TV Craft nominations in the editing: factual, original music, photography: factual and sound: factual categories.
Elsewhere, Channel 4’s mini-series National Treasure and Netflix’s dark anthology series Black Mirror (formerly of Channel 4) shared five nominations each.
Fleabag, the BBC’s breakout comedy show, picked up three nominations, including writer: comedy and breakthrough talent for Phoebe Waller-Bridge, who is currently filming the Star Wars Han Solo spin-off.
The BAFTA TV Craft winners will be announced on April 23 at a ceremony hosted by Episodes star Stephen Mangan.