Criminal Justice

Congratulations Matthew Macfadyen for your BAFTA WIN!

Matthew Macfadyen has just won a Bafta for Best Supporting Actor in Criminal Justice  Congratulations!

Matthew could not be at the ceremony to receive his award as he was in Spain filming for Any Human Heart

Vote for Matthew Macfadyen for the TV Choice Awards 2010

Matthew Macfadyen has been nominated as Best Actor for his role in Criminal Justice for this years TV Choice Awards 2010.  Be sure to vote.

Matthew Macfadyen gets Bafta's Nomination for Criminal Justice

The Bafta TV Awards nominations have been released for 2010 and Matthew Macfadyen has received a Best Supporting Actor nomination for his outstanding work in Criminal Justice. 

You can see the full list of nominations on the Bafta website.  The awards will be held on Sunday June 6th.

Also, congratulations go out to Helena Bonham Carter for her Best Actress nomination in Enid.  Matthew played Enid's first husband.  Also, Sophie Okonedo is nominated for Best Supporting Actress in Criminal Justice.

Criminal Justice downloadable script

The BBC writer's room blog has uploaded the script for the first episode of Criminal Justice II.  You can view the script HERE.

Thanks to 6point7 for informing us.

Broadcasting Press Guild Awards Nominations are out

The short list of nominations for the Broadcasting Press Guild Awards are out and include Criminal Justice II and Enid.  The ceremony will be held in March.

Here are some of the nominations:

  • Best single drama

    A Short Stay In Switzerland, BBC1

    Enid, BBC4

    Five Minutes of Heaven, BBC2

  • Best actress

    Helena Bonham Carter (Enid), BBC4

    Rebecca Front (The Thick of It), BBC2

    Maxine Peake (Criminal Justice and The Street), BBC1

    Julie Walters (A Short Stay in Switzerland, and Victoria Wood's Midlife Christmas), BBC1

  • Writer's award

    Peter Bowker (Occupation), BBC1

    Armando Iannucci et al (The Thick of It), BBC2

    Paula Milne (Endgame), Channel 4; (Small Island), BBC1

    Peter Moffat (Criminal Justice), BBC1

You can find the full list of nominations HERE

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