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Apple TV+ hits 'Slow Horses' and 'Silo' honored by UK's Bafta

Gary Oldman in "Slow Horses" (left) and Rebecca Ferguson in "Silo"

Apple TV+ hits "Slow Horses" and "Silo" have two of Britain's equivalent of the Emmys, the Bafta Television Awards.

Following the streamer's win last year for "Bad Sisters" and "The Essex Serpent," Apple TV+ has again won awards at the British Academy of Film and Television Arts. Bafta divides its awards not only into film and television, but also craft, and presents the craft awards ahead of the others.

At the 2024 Bafta Television Craft Awards, Apple TV+ had four wins across the two series:

  • Editing: Fiction for "Slow Horses"
  • Sound: Fiction for "Slow Horses"
  • Best Production Design: "Silo"
  • Best Original Music: "Silo"

"Slow Horses" is also nominated in the next Bafta Television Awards, the performance or non-craft ones, which will be announced on May 12. For this ceremony, three Apple TV+ shows are in contention:

  • Best Drama Series: Slow Horses
  • Supporting Actor: Jack Lowden (Slow Horses)
  • Entertainment: Hannah Waddingham: Home for Christmas
  • Specialist Factual: The Enfield Poltergeist

The production design artwork for "Silo" was separately revealed in January 2024 as the US Art Directors' Guild Awards published its nominated submissions online.

"Slow Horses" has now aired three seasons, with a fourth and fifth in production.