The Crown lead the way in today's BAFTA TV Award nominations - receiving five nods, including Best Drama and Best Actress for Foy.
The Crown's John Lithgow and Jared Harris, who portrayed Winston Churchill and King George VI, respectively; and supporting actress Vanessa Kirby, who played Princess Margaret, have also received nods for their roles.
Claire Foy has been nominated for Leading Actress for her superb turn as Queen Elizabeth II in Peter Morgan's period drama, which centres on the monarch's Coronation and early reign from 1953.
Stranger Things, another Netflix original series, was nominated for the BAFTA for Best International TV series, according to Deadline.
The lead-actor nominees are Benedict Cumberbatch in "The Hollow Crown: The War of the Roses", Adeel Akhtar in "Murdered by My Father", Babou Ceesay in "Damilola, Our Loved Boy" and Robbie Coltrane in "National Treasure".
Sky Atlantic mini-series The Night Of is up for a gong in the global category, competing with Fox anthology show The People V OJ Simpson: American Crime Story, sci-fi drama Stranger Things and Amazon's Transparent.
Next in line were crime drama Happy Valley and black comedy Fleabag, which both scored three nominations.
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Olivia Colman and Hugh Laurie also missed out for their roles in the BBC drama, although Tom Hollander was recognised for best supporting actor.
BBC1's The Night Manager, its star Tom Hiddlestone and The Missing were the notable absentees from the nominations.
Also earning multiple awards were the comedy FLEABAG and the drama series HAPPY VALLEY.
The Great British Bake Off is nominated in the Features category for the sixth year in a row.
The nominations were announced by actors Andrew Buchan and Michaela Coel at Bafta's headquarters on Tuesday morning.
Unusually for the Geordie duo they have missed out on the Entertainment Performance category with Adam Hills, Claudia Winkleman, Graham Norton and Michael McIntyre receiving nods.