"Killing Eve" was named Best Drama and its stars Jodie Comer and Fiona Shaw were voted Best Lead and Supporting Actress respectively at the BAFTA TV Awards in London on Sunday. The action dramedy about MI6 agents hunting down an international assassin also picked up the prizes for Original Music and Sound: Fiction. "Patrick Melrose" was deemed Best Miniseries and its star Benedict Cumberbatch was elected Best Lead Actor. The program also earned the Best Writing: Drama honor. Stephen Frears took home the statuette for Best Director for helming "A Very English Scandal," which also picked up the prizes for Best Costumes and Best Supporting Actor for Ben Whishaw. "Sally4Ever" earned the Best Scripted Comedy accolade. Jessica Hynes scored the Best Actress in a Comedy award for "There She Goes" and the Best Actor in a Comedy prize went to Steve Pemberton for "Inside No. 9."