Genre success at the 2012 BAFTAS

There were several ‘genre’ winners at the 2012 British Academy Television Awards, held at London’s Royal Festival Hall on 27 May.

As previously announced, Steven Moffat (Doctor Who, Sherlock) received a special BAFTA for his “outstanding creative writing contribution to television”. Sherlock also scooped an award when Andrew Scott won Best Supporting Actor for his role as Sherlock’s arch nemesis Moriarty.

The recently cancelled fantasy horror series The Fades won Best Drama Series, while the darkly comedic drama Psychoville won the Best New Media Award.

A full list of all the winners can be found HERE

Photo (c) BBC