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GLAAD Awards: ‘Fire Island’, ‘Anything is possible’, ‘We are here’ among the winners


Island of Fire, anything is possible And Were here are among the winners of the 2023 GLAAD Media Award to be presented Saturday night in New York.

Fire Island And Everything is possible tied for Best Streaming/TV Movie and Were here won for best reality series.

Other award winners announced Saturday night include The problem with Jon Stewart (Best Variety or Talk Show Episode), “Logos Trans Youth Town Hall” (Outstanding Online Journalism, Video or Multimedia), Heart stopper (best live action children’s and family programming), Dove Cameron (pioneering music artist) and A strange loop (Best Broadway Production).

Those projects and the other award recipients named at New York’s GLAAD Awards ceremony at the Hilton Midtown join the winners announced at a ceremony in Los Angeles on March 30, where the awards went to Bros, own league, what we do in the shade, the white lotus and more.

At the event in New York, hosted by What we do in the shadowsHarvey Guillén, Jonathan Van Ness was recognized with the Vito Russo Award, presented by ALOK, and Maren Morris received the Excellence in Media Award, introduced by Cynthia Lee Fontaine and Alyssa Edwards.

The ceremony, which featured Idina Menzel, featured performances by Bowen Yang, Karine Jean-Pierre, Joel Kim Booster, Colman Domingo, Tamron Hall, Amrit Kapai & Nicholas Kouchoukos, L Morgan Lee, Raquel Willis, Lisa Ann Walter, Chris Perfetti , Frankie Grande, Bob the Drag Queen, Eureka and GLAAD President and CEO Sarah Kate Ellis.

A full list of winners announced at the New York GLAAD Media Awards ceremony follows.

Outstanding Movie – Streaming/TV: Fire Island (Hulu) and Everything is possible (Prime Video) (TIE)

Outstanding reality series: Were here (HBO)

Outstanding Variety or Talk Show Episode: The problem with Jon Stewart (Apple TV+)

Outstanding online journalism – video or multimedia: “Logo’s Town Hall for Trans Youth” (LogoTV.com)

Excellent programming for kids and families – Live Action: Heart stopper (Netflix)

Excellent programming for children and families – animated: Dead End: Paranormal Park (Netflix)

Outstanding Pioneering Music Artist: pigeon cameron (Columbia Records)

Outstanding Broadway Production: A strange loop

Excellent video game: Apex Legends (Respawn Entertainment/Electronic Arts)

Outstanding TV Journalism Segment: “HIV in the Deep South” in real life (Scripps News)

Outstanding TV Journalism – Long Form: “PROUD | To be seen” Soul of a Nation (ABC)

Outstanding Live TV Journalism – Segment or Special: “The Last Thing Before We Go: Stephanie Ruhle Talks Spirit Day” The 11th hour (MSNBC)

Excellent printed article: “Pediatricians serving trans youth are facing increasing harassment. Life-saving care may be at stake” by Madeleine Carlisle (Time)

Excellent article on online journalism: “Alabama Tries to Raise Legal Driving Age for Transgender People to 19” by Nico Lang (TheDailyBeast.com)

Excellent blog: Mombian

Excellent Podcast: TransLash podcast with Imara Jones (TransLash Media) and Sibling rivalry (Studio71) (TIE)

Excellent article on online journalism in Spanish: “Proyectos de ley anti LGBTQ+ en Florida son a ‘licencia para discriminar’ and reviven el dolor de Pulse, dices grupos locales” by Jennifer A. Marcial Ocasio (OrlandoSentinel.com)

Outstanding Hispanic Online Journalism – Video or Multimedia: “Las abuelas trans buscan dignificar su vejez” by Liliana Rosas and Silvana Flores (ReporteIndigo.com)

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