Series including the BBC's Vigil and Netflix's Sex Education were among the winners at the 50th annual International Emmy Awards in New York on Monday night.

The award for Best Drama Series went to the Suranne Jones-starring submarine thriller Vigil while the Asa Butterfield-starring coming-of-age show Sex Education scooped the prize for Best Comedy.

Elsewhere, ITV's hard-hitting care home drama Help, starring Jodie Comer and Stephen Graham, was the recipient of the International Emmy for TV Movie/Mini-Series.

The award for Best Actress went to Lou de Laâge for her performance in Le Bal des Folles (The Mad Women's Ball).

Dougray Scott was named Best Actor for his performance in Irvine Welsh's Crime.

The winners in full:

Drama Series
Vigil
World Productions
United Kingdom

Comedy Series
Sex Education
Netflix / Eleven Film
United Kingdom

TV Movie/Mini-Series
Help
The Forge / All3Media International
United Kingdom

Non-Scripted Entertainment
Love on the Spectrum – Season 2
Northern Pictures / ABC / Netflix
Australia

Non-English Language US Primetime Program
Buscando A Frida
Telemundo Global Studios / Argos
United States

Documentary
Enfants De Daech, Les Damnés de la Guerre (Iraq's Lost Generation)
Cinétévé / France Televisions / LCP / RTS / DR / NRK / SVT / Région Ile-de-France / CNC / PROCIREP – ANGOA
France

Best Performance by an Actress
Lou de Laâge in Le Bal des Folles (The Mad Women's Ball)
Légende Films / Amazon
France

Best Performance by an Actor
Dougray Scott in Irvine Welsh's Crime
Cineflix Media Inc / Buccaneer Media / Off Grid Film & TV
United Kingdom

Arts Programming
Freddie Mercury: The Final Act
Rogan Productions
United Kingdom

Sports Documentary
Queen of Speed
Sky / Drum Studios
United Kingdom

Kids: Factual & Entertainment
My Better World
Fundi Films / Maan Creative / Impact(ed) International
South Africa

Kids: Live-Action
Kabam!
NPO / IJswater Films / KRO-NCRV
Netherlands

Kids: Animation
Shaun the Sheep: Flight Before Christmas
Netflix / Aardman
United Kingdom

Telenovela
YeonMo (The King's Affection)
KBS (Korean Broadcasting System) / Netflix / Monster Union / Arc Media
South Korea

Short-Form Series
Rūrangi
Autonomouse / The Yellow Affair
New Zealand

Source: Press Association

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