‘Red, White & Royal Blue,’ ‘The Last of Us’ and ‘Heartstopper’ Win Top Prizes at New York GLAAD Media Awards – Variety

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“The Jennifer Hudson Show,” “Rustin” and “Red White & Royal Blue” earned top prizes at the New York GLAAD Media Awards, which this year celebrates the 35th year of the annual awards show.

Awards were presented Saturday night at the Hilton Midtown in New York City. The show was hosted by television personality Ross Mathews.

Notable winners included Jennifer Hudson, who received the excellence in media award, and Orville Peck, who was honored with the Vito Russo award presented by Jennifer Lawerence.

The night also featured live musical performances from Loren Allred and Scott Hoying.

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Since 1990, the GLAAD Media Awards has honored fair, accurate and inclusive representations of LGBTQ people and issues across all forms of media, including film, television, journalism, comic books and video games.

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See the full list of winners below.

Outstanding TV Journalism – Long-Form: “Our America Who I’m Meant to Be – Episode 3”

Outstanding Variety or Talk Show Episode: The Jennifer Hudson Show: “Jennifer Hudson Surprises HIV Activist with $10,000”

Outstanding Reality Program: “Family Karma”

Queer Fan Favorite: “Red, White & Royal Blue”

Outstanding Podcast: “Las Culturistas” (iHeart)

Outstanding Film – Streaming Or TV: “Rustin” (Netflix)

Outstanding Documentary: “Beyond the Aggressives: 25 Years Later” (MTV Documentary Films), “Kokomo City” (Magnolia Pictures) and “The Stroll” (HBO | Max Documentary Films)

Outstanding New Series: “The Last of Us” (HBO)

Outstanding Kids & Family Programming or Film – Live Action: “Heartstopper” (Netflix)

Outstanding Broadway Production: “Melissa Etheridge: My Window,” by Melissa Etheridge

Outstanding TV Journalism Segment: “New York City Gay Bar Deaths Classified as Homicides” (NBC News Now)

Outstanding Live TV Journalism – Segment or Special: “Indiana Students Put on LGBTQ-Themed Play Themselves After it’s Canceled By the School” Yasmin Vossoughian Reports (MSNBC)

Outstanding Print Article: “As Drag Bans Proliferate, Maren Morris Goes Deep With Drag’s Biggest Stars on Why the Show Must Go On” by Stephen Daw (Billboard)

Outstanding Online Journalism Article: “The AP Interview: Pope Francis Says Homosexuality Not a Crime” by Nicole Winfield (AP.com)

Outstanding Online Journalism – Video or Multimedia: “7 Remarkable Trans Elders Share Lessons for the Next Generation” (them.us)

Outstanding Blog: Erin Reed – “Erin in the Morning”

Spanish Language – Outstanding Online Journalism Article: “Personas mayores LGBTQIA+ ‘tienen que regresar a un clóset para poder buscar vivienda‘” por David Cordero Mercado y Joaquín A. Rosado Lebrón (PeriodismoInvestigativo.com & ElNuevoDia.com)

Spanish Language – Outstanding Online Journalism – Video or Multimedia: “Conoce a la primera diputada negra y trans de Brasil” por Natalia Barrera Francis, Joyce García, David von Blohn, Paula Daibert y Claudia Escobar (Descoloniza – AJ+ Español)

Special Recognition: “The Dads” (Netflix)

Special Recognition: “Love in Gravity”

Special Recognition: “Relighting Candles” (Hulu)

Special Recognition: “The Tennessee Holler”

Special Recognition: “Yes I Am: The Ric Weiland Story”

Special Recognition: “Drag Latina” (Revry / LATV)

Special Recognition: “Enamorándonos” (UniMás)

Special Recognition: “El sabor de la navidad” (ViX)

Special Recognition: “Wendy, perdida pero famosa” (ViX)

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