Lennie James’ series Save Me Too has won Drama Series BAFTA

Congrats to Lennie James and the whole cast of Save Me Too, which won the BAFTA for Drama Series. The series that was created, written and stars James had some strong competition for this award.  The other nominees were The Crown, Gangs of London and I hate Suzie. 

BAFTA is the British Academy of Film and Television Arts and held its 74th ceremony on June 6, 2021. In addition to the Awards, BAFTA provides year-round learning events offering learning via workshops and classes with some of the world’s greatest talents.

Save Me Too is the second series in the Save Me family. The first series, titled Save Me, was released in 2018, and the second series was released in 2020. This thriller

What is Save Me Too starring Lennie James about?

The two series, Save Me and Save Me Too, were created and written by James. He also plays the main character Nelson “Nelly” Rowe, a man who finds out that his estranged daughter Jody is missing. He is determined to find out what happened to her by any means necessary.

Suranne Jones plays Claire, the former lover of Nelly and mother of Jody. Melon (Stephen Graham) and Tam (Jason Fleming) play friends of Nelly’s.

The series’ were commission by Sky, and then the series was picked up by the premium broadcaster, Starz. This is a testimony to the greatness of the series and the talent involved.

James is currently starring in AMC’s Fear the Walking Dead, where he pays Morgan Jones. His character began his story on the flagship series The Walking Dead until he crossed over to the spin-off series where he has become a great leader, and this series has given his character the chance to really shine.

Once again, we extend our heartfelt congratulations to Lennie James and all involved in Save Me Too for winning the BAFTA for Drama Series. The series is available on Amazon Prime and Peacock.

James’ series Fear The Walking Dead returns to AMC for its final two episodes of season six on June 6 and June 13.