Casualty and Succession Among the Winners at the Rose d’Or Awards 2022

Australia, Belgium, Denmark, the Netherlands, the United Kingdom and the USA were among the countries that won the main prizes of the 2022 edition

The 61st edition of the Rose d’Or Awards celebrated talent and content from multiple countries, including Australia, Belgium, Denmark, the Netherlands, the United Kingdom and the United States, among others.

Winners included Danish actress Sidse Babett Knudsen, who earned the Performance of the Year Award for her work as Denmark’s Prime Minister in Borgen.

The Emerging Talent award went to the young British Yasmin Finney, for her work in the Netflix production Heartstopper.

The ceremony, conducted by Alex Horne, also presented a Lifetime Achievement Award to Brian Cox.

“The 2022 Rose d’Or has given us new stories, situations and creative approaches to delight and inform audiences around the world,” said Mark Rowland, President of the Jury. “It has come down to a fantastic group of nominees and these worthy winners.”

The winners list:

Children and Youth
Talking Heads
Keplerfilm/ VPRO/ Netherlands

Multiplatform Series
Stop it now
Every Media/ NTR/ NPO Zapp/ Netherlands

Soap or Telenovela
BBC Studios/ BBC One/ UK

News and Current Affairs
Afghanistan: No Country for Women
Quicksilver Media/ Passion/ GBH Frontline/ ITV/ UK

Audio Entertainment
Pillow Talk
Audiocraft/ Audible/ Easy Tiger/ Australia

Freddie Mercury: The Final Act
Rogan Productions/ BBC/ BBC Two/ UK

Comedy Drama and Sitcom
The Great
MRC Television/ Paramount Global Content Distribution/ Starzplay/ USA

The Real Mo Farah
Atomized Studios/ Red Bull Studios/ BBC/

Reality and Factual Entertainment
The Traitors
IDTV/ POSVIDEO/ All3Media International/ RTL 4/ Netherlands

Toast of Tinseltown
Objective Fiction/ Wiip/ All3Media International/ BBC Two/ UK

Studio Entertainment
The Musical of your Life
Dedsit/ Be Entertainment/ SBS/ Play 4/ Belgium

HBO Entertainment/ Project Zeus/ Hyperobject Industries/ Gary Sanchez Productions