The cast of It’s A Sin were branded ‘winners’ by series creator Russell T Davies after the show failed to bring in any awards at this year’s Television Awards on Sunday.

The programme, which depicted the HIV/AIDS crisis in the 1980s, had been expected to win big at the prestigious ceremony having been nominated in five categories.

But, after fans claimed the show was ‘robbed’, the main cast members flashed broad smiles as they posed for a snap shared on Russell’s Instagram page on Monday, with the screenwriter, 59, writing: ‘Look at these winners.We had a very happy night. 

All smiles: The cast of It’s A Sin were branded ‘winners’ by series creator Russell T Davies after the show failed to bring in any awards at this year’s BAFTA Television Awards on Sunday (clockwise L-R Ollie Alexander, Nathanial Curtis, Lydia West, Omari Douglas and Callum Scott Howells)

Missed out: After fans claimed the show was ‘robbed’, the main cast members flashed broad smiles as they posed for a snap shared on Russell’s Instagram page on Monday

‘Great shows won and great shows didn’t, and UK TV is wonderful.Long live #ItsASin La! @channel4.’

In the photo, Ollie Alexander, 31, who played Ritchie Tozer, could be seen posing alongside Nathanial Curtis, 31 (Ash Mukherjee), Lydia West, 28 (Jill Baxter), Omari Douglas, 28 (Roscoe Babatunde) and Callum Scott Howells, 23 (Colin Morris-Jones).

The stars all looked glamorous as they posed together at the glamorous event at the Royal Festival Hall in London.

Telling the tale: https://nmssuit.com/index.php?title=User:EloyRosenthal6 The Channel 4 programme, which depicted the HIV/AIDS crisis in the 1980s, had been expected to win big at the ceremony having been nominated in five categories (writer Russell pictured on Sunday)

Russell’s post comes after It’s A Sin fans blamed ‘homophobia’ after the series was ‘robbed’ of any awards during this year’s  Television Awards held on Sunday, despite being nominated in five categories.

Avid supporters of the drama rushed to Twitter, blog link claiming that the decision was a ‘disgrace and a travesty’ while blasting the for muting clips from the drama while those from its competitors were not.

From multi-BAFTA Award-winning writer Russell T Davies, It’s A Sin follows the story of the 1980s, the story of AIDS, and charts the joy and heartbreak of a group of friends across a decade in which everything changed.

Shock!It’s A Sin fans have blamed ‘homophobia’ after the series was ‘robbed’ of any awards during this year’s BAFTA Television Awards held at London ‘s Royal Festival Hall on Sunday, despite being nominated in five categories (castmembers Olly Alexander and Lydia West, pictured, look unimpressed in the audience)

In the show, Jill and her friends Ritchie, Roscoe, Colin and Ash would happily say ‘la’ to each other whenever they left their flat.

Starring Years & Years frontman Ollie alongside a cast of rising stars and celebrated favourites Keeley Hawes, Stephen Fry and Neil Patrick Harris, It’s a Sin has been universally praised by fans.

Russell, the writer and producer behind Queer As Folk and the 2005 revival of Doctor Who, loosely based the drama on his own experiences in the eighties.

Bizarre: The Channel 4 programme, which depicted the HIV/AIDS crisis in the 1980s, had been expected to win big at the prestigious ceremony…however the cast and crew went home emptyhanded

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