This year’s Bafta TV Awards will be broadcast from behind closed doors after being delayed because of the coronavirus pandemic.
Richard Ayoade will host Bafta TV Awards 2020
The honours are normally handed out at a glittering ceremony attended by the country’s biggest TV stars.
But this year, Richard Ayoade will host from a closed studio and winners will give acceptance speeches virtually.
The event had been due to take place on 17 May, but will now happen on 31 July. It will be broadcast on BBC One.
The nominations will be announced next Thursday, and the qualification dates for those programmes has remained the same.
In a statement, actor, presenter and writer Ayoade joked: “I am as surprised as you are that this is still going ahead.“