Peaky Blinders, a 1920s crime drama starring Cillian Murphy, Helen McCrory and Paul Anderson, won the award for Drama Series over The Crown, Line of Duty and * a href="https://www.tvinsider.com/show/the-end-of-the-f***ing-world/" *The End of the F***ing World.
Addressing her Bafta nomination, she said: "I am so proud of the show and I'm so proud of everyone's work on it, and it just feels fantastic when you do something and people enjoy it and watch it anyway and then to come to something like this, it's lovely".
And she described Foy as "the best sister ever", before hastily remembering her real-life family.
Three Girls was the victor in the miniseries category, and Molly Windsor took home the performance win for leading actress for Three Girls.
Host Sue Perkins opened the show with several gags about men, landing one jibe on Piers Morgan. I think she should be really proud of it, ' Molly said.
Britain's Got Talent judge Amanda Holden, 47, made sure all eyes where on her in a stunning bright pink gown. "The fantastic Jodie Whittaker became the first female Doctor Who", she said. 'Much controversy followed of course, ' she said. "For me Jodie was the flawless choice because if this year has taught us one thing it's that if anyone can fight off monsters it's actors".
Veteran actor Sean Bean took home the BAFTA for Leading Actor for his portrayal of a priest in the drama series "Broken". The docudrama Murdered for Being Different was presented with the award for single drama.
Other winners included The Handmaid's Tale winning the award for best global series, This Country winning Scripted Comedy, Daisy May Cooper winning Female Performance in a Comedy Program for This Country and Toby Jones winning Male Performance in a Comedy Program for Detectorists, among others.