Backstage at the ceremony, Sherlock writer Steven Moffat confirmed three new episodes would be filmed next spring.
Game of Thrones star Maisie Williams was on hand to present the award for best scripted comedy Detectorists. But her own show lost out on a fiercely contested Audience Award to hit drama Sherlock.
While BBC Wales detective drama Sherlock won the Radio Times audience Award, Happy Valley took home the award for the Best Drama Series.
Detectorists won the BAFTA for the Best Situated Comedy, while True Detective beat out the competition for Best International Show.
Hosts Tess Daly and Claudia Winkelman, along with 2014 contestant Judy Murray were on hand to support Strictly Come Dancing. Ultimately, though, the show went home empty handed.Check out the complete British Academy Television Awards 2015 (BAFTA) winners list:
Radio Times Audience Award (Voted For By Members Of The Public)
Georgina Campbell – Murdered By My Boyfriend
Jason Watkins For The Lost Honour Of Christopher Jefferies
Female Performance In A Comedy Programme
Jessica Hynes For W1A
Male Performance In A Comedy Programme
Matt Berry For Toast Of London
Gemma Jones For Marvellous
Stephen Rea For The Honourable Woman
Anthony McPartlin and Declan Donnelly – Ant and Dec’s Saturday Night Takeaway
Grayson Perry: Who Are You?
Soap And Continuing Drama
Sport And Live Event
WW1 Remembered: From The Battlefield and Westminster Abbey
The Paedophile Hunter
Life And Death Row
Sky News Live At Five: Ebola
The Lost Honour Of Christopher Jefferies
Ant and Dec’s Saturday Night Takeaway
Reality And Constructed Factual
The Island With Bear Grylls
The British Academy Television Awards 2015 (BAFTA) were held on May 10, 2105 at the Theatre Royal in London, England amidst a lot of fan fair. Back...3.0