BAFTA Awards 2019 TV Channel, Live Stream: What Time Is The BAFTA Awards on Tonight?

How to Live Stream 2019 BAFTA Awards
A general view of the atmosphere at the BAFTA Student Film Awards presented by Global Student Accommodation (GSA) on June 29, 2018, at the Ace Hotel in Los Angeles, California. The 2019 BAFTA Awards will air on February 10, 2019. Alberto E. Rodriguez/Getty Images

Sunday Night, the BAFTA Awards will return with a whole new slew of nominees. The 65th British Academy Television Awards will celebrate the best England-produced shows around, which captivated viewers throughout 2018.

The 65th BAFTA Television Awards will take place Sunday, May 12. This will be the fourth BAFTA eremony to happen in 2019. The previous ceremonies consist of the BAFTA Video Game Awards on April 4, the BAFTA Film Awards on February 10, and the Television Craft Awards, which celebrate the technical side of television like set design and special effects, on April 28.

For the star-studded BAFTA Television Awards, celebrities will begin hitting the red carpet at 5:30 p.m. BT and 12:30 p.m. ET, 150 minutes prior to the main festivities. The red carpet event can be watched via live stream on BBC's YouTube channel, and will be hosted by BBC Radio hosts Clara Amfo and Jordan North.

For the main events, celebrities will move into London's Royal Festival Hall. The show will begin at 8:00 p.m. BT and 3:00 p.m. ET. Fans in the U.K. can watch it on BBC1 starting at 8 p.m. Provided you have a cable log-in and live in the U.K., the award show will be available to stream on BBC's iPlayer. U.S. residents currently have no legal means to watch the esteemed award show. While the BAFTAs are showing in the U.K., BBC America will be airing the 1997 film Dante's Peak, starring Pierce Brosnan.

This year's ceremony will be hosted by Graham Norton, who is known for his eponymous talk show, the Graham Norton Show. Norton previously hosted the award show in 2005. Last year's ceremonies were hosted by comedian Sue Perkins.

Many shows are nominated for awards, but none more so than Killing Eve. The BBC America drama is nominated for 15 awards. Second to Killing Eve, and the only other program with double-digit nominations is the Hugh Grant miniseries A Very English Scandal, which is up for 12 awards.