Apple TV+’s “Bad Sisters” won the competitive Best Drama Series prize at the 2023 BAFTA TV Awards.
The series Anne-Marie Duff also won in the Best Supporting Actress category. Previously, Apple TV+ had never won a BAFTA TV performance award, only two Craft Awards, notes Deadline.
“Bad Sisters” has been renewed for a second season, though it may be delayed due to the writers strike. Season one is now streaming on Apple TV+.
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