Fleabag wins big at TV Critics Awards
Fleabag won its creator Phoebe Waller-Bridge the Individual Achievement in Comedy award
Fleabag won big at the recently conducted TV Critics Association awards. Taking home every award it was nominated for, Fleabag won its creator Phoebe Waller-Bridge the Individual Achievement in Comedy.
The Amazon show also won Outstanding Achievement in Comedy and Programme of the Year. While Russian Doll won the Outstanding New Programmer award, Michelle Williams won the Individual Achievement in Drama award for her role in FX limited series, Fosse/Verdon.
Netflix's Queer Eye was adjudged as the Outstanding Achievement in Reality Programming. While HBO's Chernobyl was named Outstanding Achievement in Movie Or Miniseries, Better Call Saul, took home the prize for Outstanding Achievement in Drama.
John Oliver's Last Week Tonight (HBO) won the award Outstanding Achievement in Sketch/Variety Show for the second consecutive time.
The Lifetime Achievement Honour was bestowed on Deadwood creator David Milch, who is also known for his works in NYPD Blue and Hill Street Blues.