Last night's Golden Globe Awards honoring excellence in television and film included wins for several LGBT-inclusive series and characters.
The small screen. Talk shows, reality TV, sitcoms, soaps, prime-time drama, early-morning news, animation, etc.
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Nominees were announced today for the NAACP's 45th Annual Image Awards spanning television, film, books and music. Several out actors/creators, characters and LGBT-inclusive films and television series were among the nominees.
The People’s Choice Awards, the first televised awards show of the year, aired last night on CBS and several out stars, characters, and LGBT-inclusive series won their categories as voted on by the fans.
In a post on her Tumblr account, transgender advocate and actress Laverne Cox wrote about her recent appearance with Carmen Carrera on "The Katie Show," hosted by Katie Couric.
TUNE IN: The Hinterlands, series about bullied LGBT teen, nominated for 4 awards by International Academy of Web TV
The International Academy of Web Television (IAWTV) has recognized The Hinterlands, a musical series about bullied LGBT youth, with four nominations. The awards air online tonight at 9PM EST.
Snapshots: Boy Scouts of America, Robin Roberts, LGBT Vietnamese-Americans included in parade, and more
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This afternoon, tune into Katie Couric’s “Katie” as she meets with two of the transgender community's advocates, who are also celebrities with brightly shining stars: Carmen Carrera and Laverne Cox.