Apple TV+ has won several awards since its launch and now the streaming service has won its first BAFTA TV Awards. It is the British equivalent of the Emmy Awards to reward the world of television (and streaming for a few years).
BAFTA TV Awards for Apple TV+
Apple TV+ won BAFTA TV Awards for its documentary September 11: in the President’s crisis unit and its documentary series 1971: The Year That Music Changed Everything. The first won its award for the best editing based on real events and the second was awarded for the best sound based on real events.
The documentary September 11: in the President’s crisis unit tells the story of 9/11 through the eyes of the presidency by gaining unprecedented access to key decision makers who acted for the nation. The program chronicles the 12 hours since the attack on that momentous day, offering rare and unique insight into the dilemmas of decision-making against the clock, as those involved provide intimate, revealing and heartfelt details for the first time.
For its part, the documentary series talks about the year 1971 in terms of music. 1971 was a year of musical innovation and renaissance fueled by the political and cultural upheavals of the time. Stars have reached new heights, new talent has exploded onto the scene, and boundaries have expanded like never before.