Congrats to them all!!

Ricky Gervais wins his 7th British TV award at the BAFTAs
A comedy about film extras and a drama about a wartime housewife were some of the winners at the BAFTA television awards, rewarding the best in British broadcasting.
Ricky Gervais, who created and starred in the original comedy series The Office, captured best comedy performance for his role in Extras.
Gervais now has seven Baftas ó standing for British Academy of Film and Television Arts ó under his belt. That’s the same number earned by actress Victoria Wood, who won this year for best drama actress for her portrayal of a frustrated wartime wife in Housewife, 49.
There were a few surprises at the gala on Sunday night in London. The BBC One hospital drama Casualty beat out longtime favourites Coronation Street, EastEnders and Emmerdale in the continuing drama category.
Veteran actor Jim Broadbent won best actor for his portrayal of Lord Longford, who campaigned to get murderer Myra Hindley released from prison. The late Hindley and her boyfriend Ian Brady were convicted of killing five young people between 1963 and 1965 and dumping their bodies near a moor.
ITV’s fictionalized account of the moors murders ó See No Evil ó triumphed over critical favourite Prime Suspect, starring Helen Mirren, for best drama serial.
Other awards:
Best situation comedy: The Royle Family
Best comedy series: That Mitchell and Webb Look
Best drama series: The Street
Best factual series: Gangs
Best entertainment program: The X Factor
Audience Award: Life on Mars