TIP SHEET: DIVERSITY, FACTS, AND FIGURES FOR THE 33RD ANNUAL GLAAD MEDIA AWARDS

January 19, 2022


Please find a press release with the complete list of nominees for the 33rd Annual GLAAD Media Awards at www.glaad.org/releases.

Additional facts, figures, and details about the diversity of this year’s nominees follows.

TOTAL NUMBER OF NOMINEES: 246

(220 English, 26 Spanish-language)

TOTAL NUMBER OF GLAAD MEDIA AWARDS CATEGORIES: 30

(26 English, 4 Spanish-language)

CRITERIA FOR NOMINATION:

GLAAD Media Awards nominees are selected using the following four criteria:

  • Fair, Accurate, and Inclusive Representations – Rather than portraying the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer community using broad stereotypes, the project deals with the characters or themes in a fair, accurate, and multi-dimensional manner. Inclusive speaks to the importance of having the diversity of the LGBTQ community represented in our nominees.
  • Boldness and Originality – The project breaks new ground by exploring LGBTQ subject matter in non-traditional ways, and handles the LGBTQ content in a fresh and original manner.
  • Impact – The media project dramatically increases the cultural dialogue about LGBTQ issues, or reaches an audience that is not regularly exposed to LGBTQ images and issues. The project has significant cultural impact.
  • Overall Quality – A project of extremely high quality adds significance to the images and issues portrayed and draws more viewers or readers to the material. Fair, accurate, and inclusive images may be less impactful if they are part of a poor-quality project.

FACTS ABOUT THE NOMINEES:

Streaming services saw a total of 63 nominees, with cable receiving 39 nominations, and broadcast networks receiving 17 nominations. HBO/HBO Max scored the most nominations of any network with a total of 19 nominees, followed by Netflix with 17 nominees. Hulu received 7 nominations, while ABC, MSNBC, and Peacock all received 4 nominations. In the Spanish-language categories, Univision and Telemundo both received two nominations.

During a year when anti-transgender violence rose and lawmakers across the U.S. introduced an unprecedented number of bills attempting to stop transgender youth from participating in sports and accessing gender-affirming healthcare, many of the nominees at the 33rd Annual GLAAD Media Awards centered transgender people and issues in timely, nuanced, and empowering ways.

  • Of the 30 television shows nominated across Outstanding Comedy Series, Outstanding Drama Series, and Outstanding New TV Series, 18 feature trans and/or nonbinary characters, including: Pose, 9-1-1: Lone Star, The Chi, Good Trouble, Grey’s Anatomy, The L Word: Generation Q, Star Trek: Discovery, Supergirl, Gentefied, Saved by the Bell, Sex Education, Shrill, Work in Progress, 4400, The Sex Lives of College Girls, Sort Of, With Love, and Y: The Last Man.
  • Other nominated shows and films featuring trans and/or nonbinary people or characters include: West Side Story, Changing the Game, Pier Kids, Gossamer Folds, Port Authority, The Lady and The Dale, No Ordinary Man, Pride, Nash Bridges, Rurangi, I Am Jazz, Legendary, MTV's Following: Bretman Rock, Queer Eye, RuPaul's Drag Race, The Voice, We’re Here, Ridley Jones, "Whatever Floats Your Float" Madagascar: A Little Wild, "Manlee Men" Danger Force, and City of Ghosts.
  • Six of the 10 games nominated for Outstanding Video Game also feature trans and/or nonbinary characters, including: Boyfriend Dungeon, Far Cry 6, The Gardener and the Wild Vines, Life is Strange: True Colors, Rainbow Billy: The Curse of the Leviathan, and Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six Siege.
  • Transgender and nonbinary characters appear in the nominated comic books and graphic novels The Dreaming: Waking Hours, Cheer Up! Love and Pompoms, Girl Haven, and the two anthologies DC Pride and Marvel's Voices: Pride.
  • Many talk show and journalism nominees feature trans people and/or highlighted issues affecting the trans community. Included among the nominees: "Culture War! Diverse Pilots and Trans Rights" (Comedy Central), "Elliot Page" (Apple TV+), "Mj Rodriguez on Historic Emmy Nomination and Hopes for Trans Community's Future" (ABC), "Danica Roem to LGBTQ Americans: You Have to Care About Politics" (CNN), "Mama Gloria" (PBS), “Pride of The White House” (MSNBC), “Trans in Texas” (CNN), “Trans in Trumpland” (Topic), “TransAmerica” (NBC News NOW), “The Week in Pride” (MSNBC), “Elliot Page is Ready for This Moment” by Katy Steinmetz (TIME), “The Hearts of Venezuela” by Taylor Hirschberg (Out), "Keeping Trans Kids From Medicine Doesn’t Make Them Disappear” by Jennifer Finney Boylan (The New York Times), “Lawmakers Can’t Cite Local Examples of Trans Girls in Sports” by David Crary & Lindsay Whitehurst (The Associated Press), “Across the South, a Trans Housing Movement Grows” by Raquel Willis (VOGUE.com), “As Anti-Trans Violence Surges, Advocates Demand Policy Reform” by Jo Yurcaba (NBCNews.com), “‘No Time For Intolerance:’ Dr. Rachel Levine Has A Job To Do” by Dawn Ennis (Forbes.com), “The Word Missing From the Vast Majority of Anti-Trans Legislation? Transgender” by Orion Rummler & Kate Sosin (19thnews.org), “Caretakers” [series] (PBS), “For Ruth Ellis Center Staff, Helping LGBTQ Homeless Youth is Personal” (LGBTQ Nation), “Legendary” [series] (NowThis/Discovery+), “Meet the Logo Legends: Brooklyn Trans Liberation” (Logo), “The Power of Layshia Clarendon” (ESPN), “Transnational” [series] (VICE News), “Tyra Banks Interview: SI Swimsuit Cover Model Leyna Bloom” (Sports Illustrated Swimsuit), among others.
  • Many nominees in the Spanish-language categories also center transgender and/or nonbinary  people, characters, and/or issues, including: Pequeñas Victorias, Todo lo otro, “El Mes del Orgullo” (CNN en Español), “Impacto Positivo: Bamby Salcedo” Primer Impacto (Univision), “Orgullo LGBTQ: 52 Años de Lucha y Evolución” (Telemundo 47), “Preocupa Exclusión de Niñas Trans en Equipos Femeninos” Hoy Día (Telemundo), “Anacaona Reyes: Visibiliza a la Comunidad Trans y Educa Desde el Capitolio” by Maricarmen Rivera (Elvocero.com), “Ana Macho: Sobre Hacer Música que Rebasa Límites” by Ronald Avila (ElNuevoDia.com), “Ángel Cruz Aprendió a “Aesaprender” los Credos Sociales” by José Karlo Pagán Negrón (PrimeraHora.com), “Así Viven la Menstruación los Hombres Trans” by Miriam Martínez (Vice.com), “Claudia: La Enfermera Trans que Lucha Contra el Covid en Ciudad Juárez” by Louisa Reynolds (Nexos.com), “Oyuki, la Madre Trans de Seis Hijos que Rompe Prejuicios en México” by Eduard Ribas i Admetlla (EFE.com), “Somos Invisibles": La Discriminación y los Riesgos se Multiplican para los Indígenas LGBTQ+” by Albinson Linares (Telemundo.com), “Una Vida Transgénero: ‘Es Momento de que nos Dejemos Ver’” by Marcos Billy Guzman (ElNuevoDia.com), "Alexa: Su Vida y la Justicia que no llega a un Año de su Asesinato" por Marcos Billy Guzmán y Adlín González (El Nuevo Día), “Expulsados México: Cómo la Comunidad Transgénero se Unió para Ayudar a los Migrantes” por Patricia Clarembaux, Anna Clare Spelman, y Celemente Sánchez (Univision Noticias), “Marcha del Orgullo LGBTI: Día de Festejo, Pero También de Protesta” por Jair Cabrera Torres (La Jornada), “Ser Mujer, ser Trans y ser Mapuche” por Natalia Barrera Francis, Paula Daibert, y Claudia Escobar (AJ+ Español), “Vogue en el Paro Nacional y Transmilenio: ¿Qué hay Detrás?” by Jahira Quintero, Laura Salomón, y Dani Jara (El Espectador), among others.

A significant number of nominees at the 33rd Annual GLAAD Media Awards also include impactful stories about LGBTQ people of color.

  • In the film and television categories, those nominees include: Eternals, tick, tick... BOOM!, Breaking Fast, Gossamer Folds, The Obituary of Tunde Johnson, Plan B, Port Authority, Tu Me Manques, Twilight’s Kiss, Changing the Game, Cured, Flee, The Legend of the Underground, No Ordinary Man, Pier Kids, Pride, Gentefied, Love, Victor, Saved by the Bell, Sex Education, Shrill, Twenties, Work in Progress, 9-1-1: Lone Star, Batwoman, The Chi, Good Trouble, The L Word: Generation Q, Pose, Star Trek: Discovery, 4400, Hacks, Harlem, The Sex Lives of College Girls, Sort Of, With Love, Y: The Last Man, Yellowjackets, The Fear Street Triology, Single All The Way, Under the Christmas Tree, Dopesick, Halston, It’s A Sin, Little Birds, Love Life, Master of None Presents: Moments in Love, Rurangi, 12 Dates of Christmas, Family Karma, I Am Jazz, Legendary, MTV's Following: Bretman Rock, RuPaul’s Drag Race, We're Here, Doogie Kamealoha, MD, High School Musical: The Musical: The Series, The Owl House, and Amphibia.
  • Many LGBTQ artists of color and/or acts featuring LGBTQ artists of color were nominated for Outstanding Music Artist, including: Lil Nas X, Halsey, Kaytranada, Demi Lovato, Mykki Blanco, and BROCKHAMPTON. In the Outstanding Breakthrough Music Artist category, LGBTQ artists of color including Arlo Parks, Asiahn, Japanese Breakfast, Joy Oladokun, Lauren Jauregui, and VINCINT were nominated.
  • In the Outstanding Broadway Production category, nominees Chicken & Biscuits and Thoughts Of A Colored Man both prominently feature a Black gay character.
  • Stories of LGBTQ people of color are also featured among many talk show and journalism nominees, including: “Mj Rodriguez on Historic Emmy Nomination and Hopes for Trans Community's Future” The View (ABC), “HIV/AIDS: 40 Years Later” TODAY (NBC), “Gay Panic” This is Life with Lisa Ling (CNN), “Life After Pulse” (WESH), "Mama Gloria" (PBS), “Pride of The White House” (MSNBC), “Trans in Texas” (CNN), “Trans in Trumpland” (Topic), “TransAmerica” (NBC News NOW), “The Week in Pride” (MSNBC), “Billy Porter Breaks a 14-Year Silence: ‘This Is What HIV-Positive Looks Like Now’” by Billy Porter, as told by Lacey Rose (The Hollywood Reporter), “Bowen Yang is Defining Funny for a New Generation” by David Canfield (Entertainment Weekly), “Diary of an ICE Detainee” by Yariel Valdes Gonzalez (Washington Blade), “The Hearts of Venezuela” by Taylor Hirschberg (Out), “The Year of the Black Queer Revolution” by Ernest Owens (Rolling Stone), “Across the South, a Trans Housing Movement Grows” by Raquel Willis (VOGUE.com), “As Anti-Trans Violence Surges, Advocates Demand Policy Reform” by Jo Yurcaba (NBCNews.com), “LGBT+ Afghans Fear Being Forgotten 100 days Since Taliban Takeover” by Hugo Greenhalgh (Openlynews.com), “What I’ve Learned After Living with HIV in Secret for Years” by Tony Morrison (GoodMorningAmerica.com), “+Talk: HIV & Faith” (Plus Life Media), “Caretakers” [series] (PBS), "Covid Confessions: Drag Performers Share Their Experiences Working During The Pandemic" (Fischr Media), “For Ruth Ellis Center Staff, Helping LGBTQ Homeless Youth is Personal” (LGBTQ Nation), “Legendary” [series] (NowThis/Discovery+), “Meet the Logo Legends: Brooklyn Trans Liberation” (Logo), “The Power of Layshia Clarendon” (ESPN), “Transnational” [series] (VICE News), and “Tyra Banks Interview: SI Swimsuit Cover Model Leyna Bloom” (Sports Illustrated Swimsuit).
  • The Reckoning, a blog focused on covering stories about Atlanta's Black LGBTQ community, is nominated for Outstanding Blog.

Many of this year’s nominees feature powerful stories of lesbian, bisexual+, and queer women.

  • In the film and television categories, those nominees include: The Mitchells vs. the Machines, Plan B, Shiva Baby, Cured, The Lady and the Dale, The Legend of the Underground, Nuclear Family, Pride, Dickinson, Gentefied, Saved by the Bell, Sex Education, Shrill, Twenties, Work in Progress, Batwoman, The Chi, Good Trouble, The L Word: Generation Q, Supergirl, 4400, Harlem, The Sex Lives of College Girls, Y: The Last Man, Yellowjackets, The Fear Street Triology, Under the Christmas Tree, Dopesick, Love Life, Master of None Presents: Moments in Love, Station Eleven, Vigil, 12 Dates of Christmas, Dancing with the Stars, Rugrats, Amphibia, "Claudia and the Sad Goodbye" The Baby-Sitters Club, The Loud House, The Owl House, and Power Rangers: Dino Fury.
  • In the Outstanding Breakthrough Music Artist category, lesbian artists Brandi Carlile and Melissa Etheridge are nominated, alongside bisexual artists Halsey and St. Vincent. Lesbian artists Asiahn and Lily Rose, bisexual artists Arlo Parks, Japanese Breakfast, and Lauren Jauregui, and queer artists girl in red, Joy Oladokun, and Lucy Dacus are all nominated for Outstanding Breakthrough Music Artist.
  • In the Outstanding Original Graphic Novel/Anthology category, all 10 nominees feature lesbian characters. Those nominees include: Cheer Up! Love and Pompoms, DC Pride [anthology], Eighty Days, The Girl from the Sea, Girl Haven, I Am Not Starfire, Marvel's Voices: Pride [anthology], Renegade Rule, The Secret to Superhuman Strength, and Shadow Life. In the Outstanding Comic Book Category, Crush & Lobo, Guardians of the Galaxy, Harley Quinn: The Animated Series - The Eat. Bang! Kill. Tour, Killer Queens, and Star Wars: Doctor Aphra all feature lesbian and/or bisexual+ characters.
  • In the talk show and journalism categories, nominees featuring stories of lesbian, bisexual+, and queer women include: “Jenny Hagel Investigates Why America's Lesbian Bars Are Vanishing” Late Night With Seth Meyers (NBC), “Gay Panic” This is Life with Lisa Ling (CNN), “Life After Pulse” (WESH), “Pride of The White House” (MSNBC), “PRIDE on ABC News Live: What’s Next for the LGBTQ+ community” (ABC News Live), “The Week in Pride” The Week with Joshua Johnson (MSNBC), “Books Probed by a Texas Lawmaker by Women, People of Color, LGBTQ Writers. They’re Asking: ‘Really?’” by Talia Richman & Corbett Smith (The Dallas Morning News), “Inside the Sparkling, Rainbow-Filled World of JoJo Siwa” by Jason Sheeler (People), “How Queer Characters Have Evolved In Children's Animation” (Insider), among others.
  • Pittsburgh Lesbian Correspondents, a blog run by out lesbian Sue Kerr focused on covering issues and stories within Pittsburgh’s LGBTQ community, and Mombian, a blog run by out lesbian Dana Rudolph that helps to serve lesbian moms and other LGBTQ parents, are both nominated for Outstanding Blog.
  • Many nominees in the Spanish-language categories also feature stories of lesbian, bisexual+, and queer women, including: #Luimelia, Manual Para Galanes, Todo lo otro, “El Mes del Orgullo” (CNN en Español), “En Casa con Kany García y Jocelyn Trochez” by Carole Joseph (PeopleEnEspanol.com), and “Somos invisibles": La Discriminación y los Riesgos se Multiplican para los Indígenas LGBTQ+” by Albinson Linares (Telemundo.com).

Although bisexual people - who make up the majority of the LGBTQ community - are still widely underrepresented in media, there are several nominees at the 33rd Annual GLAAD Media Awards that continue to move the needle for bisexual represenation in media.

  • In the film and television categories, those nominees include: The Mitchells vs. the Machines, Pier Kids, Hacks, With Love, Dickinson, Saved by the Bell, Sex Education, Twenties, Station Eleven, Vigil, Parallel Mothers, Shiva Baby, Changing the Game, Pride, Batwoman, Good Trouble, The L Word: Generation Q, Dancing with the Stars, I Am Jazz, Amphibia, The Loud House, and The Owl House.
  • Bisexual artists Halsey and St. Vincent and pansexual artist Demi Lovato are nominated for Outstanding Music Artist. In the Outstanding Breakthrough Music Artist category, bisexual artists Arlo Parks, Japanese Breakfast, and Lauren Jauregui are all nominated.
  • Several nominees for Outstanding Comic Book feature bi+ characters, including: Guardians of the Galaxy, Harley Quinn: The Animated Series - The Eat. Bang! Kill. Tour, and Superman: Son of Kal-El. Bi-inclusive nominees for Outstanding Original Graphic Novel/Anthology include DC Pride [anthology], Marvel's Voices: Pride [anthology], Renegade Rule, and Shadow Life.
  • In the Outstanding Video Game category, Boyfriend Dungeon and Life is Strange: True Colors both include bi+ characters.
  • Bi-inclusive nominees in the talk show and journalism categories include: “Bisexual Superman Is Not Ruining Your Childhood, B*tch Please” The Amber Ruffin Show (Peacock), “Life After Pulse” ​​(WESH), "Inside the Sparkling, Rainbow-Filled World of JoJo Siwa" by Jason Sheeler (People), “Let's Talk About (Queer) Sex: The Importance of LGBTQ-inclusive Sex Education in Schools” by David Oliver (USAToday.com), “How Queer Characters Have Evolved In Children's Animation” (Insider), among others.

At a time when stigma and misinformation about HIV is still extremely widespread, many nominees for the 33rd Annual GLAAD Media Awards have helped to combat these issues by telling stories of LGBTQ people living with HIV and/or highlighting issues related to HIV in nuanced and impactful ways.

  • In the film and television categories, those nominees include: tick, tick... BOOM!, Nuclear Family, Pose, Halston, and It’s A Sin.
  • Mykki Blanco, a Black trans artist living with HIV, is nominated for Outstanding Music Artist.
  • In the journalism categories, nominees featuring stories of people living with HIV and/or highlighting issues related to HIV include: “HIV/AIDS: 40 Years Later” TODAY (NBC), “Anderson Speaks to Legendary AIDS and Gay Rights Activist” Anderson Cooper Full Circle (CNNgo), “PRIDE on ABC News Live: What’s Next for the LGBTQ+ Community” (ABC News Live), “Billy Porter Breaks a 14-Year Silence: ‘This Is What HIV-Positive Looks Like Now’” by Billy Porter, as told by Lacey Rose (The Hollywood Reporter), “The Year of the Black Queer Revolution” by Ernest Owens (Rolling Stone), “Across the South, a Trans Housing Movement Grows” by Raquel Willis (VOGUE.com), “Let's Talk About (Queer) Sex: The Importance of LGBTQ-inclusive Sex Education in Schools” by David Oliver (USAToday.com), “No, DaBaby, HIV Will Not ‘Make You Die in 2 to 3 Weeks.’ Here’s the Truth.” by David Artavia (Yahoo.com), “What I’ve Learned After Living with HIV in Secret for Years” by Tony Morrison (GoodMorningAmerica.com), “+Talk: HIV & Faith” (Plus Life Media), among others.
  • POZ, a magazine that focuses on covering the lives of people affected by HIV/AIDS, is nominated for Outstanding Magazine Overall Coverage.
  • My Fabulous Disease, a blog run by Mark S. King which provides his own first-person commentary on living with HIV and offers in-depth reporting on stories and issues from within the HIV-positive community, is nominated for Outstanding Blog.

Each year, GLAAD presents non-competitive Special Recognition Awards to media projects that do not fit into one of the existing GLAAD Media Awards categories. For the 33rd Annual GLAAD Media Awards, GLAAD is presenting Special Recognition honors to eight media projects that spotlighted diverse segments of the LGBTQ community in innovative ways. The eight media projects include:

  • The filmed reading and performance of All Boys Aren't Blue by George M. Johnson, which premiered in February 2021 and centers on three chapters from Johnson’s memoir as performed by Jenifer Lewis, Dyllón Burnside, Bernard David Jones, and Thomas Hobson. The memoir and performance chronicles Johnson’s story of growing up Black and queer in America, challenging gender identity norms, and learning to live with HIV, ultimately raising important and nuanced conversations about Black masculinity and queerness.
  • 4D with Demi Lovato’s episode featuring nonbinary author, performer, and activist Alok Vaid-Menon, in which Lovato and Vaid-Menon engage in important conversations about what it means to be nonbinary, while sharing their own perspectives on the importance of living openly and honestly as one’s authentic self.
  • Paramount+’s CODED: The Hidden Love of J.C. Leyendecker, a documentary short which tells the story of illustrator J.C. Leyendecker, a gay man whose early-20th century advertisements were coded with LGBTQ imagery that quietly acknowledged the gay community and laid the foundation for LGBTQ representation in advertising today.
  • Jeopardy! Champion Amy Schneider, who has made history by becoming one of the show’s all-time top contestants and the first woman to surpass the $1 million mark in total earnings. Schneider has used her history-making appearances and new platform to raise awareness of transgender issues, while also sharing her personal story with millions of people across the country.
  • The Laverne Cox Show, the Shondaland Audio/iHeartMedia podcast hosted by actress and activist Laverne Cox, which features intimate and timely conversations about culture, gender, relationships, race, mental health, and more. In its first season, Cox hosted LGBTQ guests including Ts Madison, Billy Porter, Jen Richards, Alok Vaid-Menon, Tracey 'Africa' Norman, Chase Strangio, and others for in-depth discussions about anti-trans violence and legislation, dating within the trans community, the importance of trans visibility and empowerment, HIV awareness, and more.
  • Life Out Loud with LZ Granderson, the ABC News podcast hosted by journalist LZ Granderson, in which he draws from his experience as a Black gay father to host thought-provoking and engaging conversations with influential LGBTQ figures, including Michaela Jaé (Mj) Rodriguez, Steven Canals, Ritchie Torres, Sarah McBride, Tom Daley, Rufus Wainwright, Shangela, Jason Collins, and more.
  • Outsports' Coverage of the Tokyo 2020 Olympics and Paralympics, which was instrumental in sparking international media coverage of the record number of out LGBTQ Olympians at the Games. In addition to spotlighting and profiling the successes and triumphs of various LGBTQ Olympians, Outsports was the first outlet to create a full list of out athletes participating at the Tokyo 2020 Olympics and Paralympics ("Team LGBTQ"), which was widely cited by mainstream media outlets and brought conversations about the significance of LGBTQ inclusion in sports to a global scale.
  • "Celebrando el Mes del Orgullo,” a campaign launched by Telemundo in June 2021 featuring PSAs that aired across Telemundo stations. The PSAs shared stories of inspiring LGBTQ Latinx people and their contributions to society, while also raising awareness about the issues still facing the LGBTQ Latinx community today.

GLAAD's Barbara Gittings Award for Excellence in LGBTQ Media honors a pioneering individual, group, or community media outlet that has made a significant contribution to the development of LGBTQ media. The award is named after Barbara Gittings in recognition of her groundbreaking work as editor of The Ladder, and for her appearances as an out lesbian on national news media throughout the 1970s and 1980s.

This year’s recipient of the Barbara Gittings Award for Excellence in LGBTQ Media is Franco Stevens, a pioneering lesbian journalist and founding publisher of Curve Magazine, one of the world’s leading lesbian lifestyle magazines. Launched as Deneuve in 1990, Curve Magazine has been pivotal in bringing mainstream attention to the lives and issues of the lesbian community at a time when both visibility and acceptance were extremely low, ultimately allowing many lesbians and queer women to feel seen and find community. After re-acquiring Curve Magazine in 2021, Stevens launched The Curve Foundation, a non-profit organization created to empower lesbians, queer women, trans and nonbinary people of all races, ages, and abilities to share stories, connect, and raise visibility. Franco Stevens’ legacy is spotlighted in the recent Starz documentary Ahead of the Curve, which takes an in-depth look at Stevens’ journey from launching Curve Magazine to The Curve Foundation, and her ongoing impact on the growing landscape for lesbian visibility and acceptance over the past 30 years. Stevens also previously served on GLAAD’s Board of Directors, helping to drive the organization’s mission of LGBTQ acceptance forward.

MULTIPLE NOMINEES:

Film Distributors
Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures (2)

Broadcast Networks [17 total]
ABC (4)
NBC (3)
PBS (3)
Telemundo (2)
Univision (2)         

Cable Networks [39 total]
MSNBC (4)
Showtime (4)
CNN (3)
The CW (3)
FX (3)
Nickelodeon (3)
Disney Junior (2)
Disney Channel (2)
USA Network (2)

Streaming Networks [63 total]
HBO/HBO Max (19)
Netflix (17)
Hulu (7)
Peacock (4)
Disney+ (3)
Paramount+ (3)
Prime Video (3)
Apple TV+ (2)

Record Labels
RCA Records (2)
Republic Records (2)
Transgressive Records (2)

Print & Online Journalism
El Nuevo Día (3)
Entertainment Weekly (2)
People (2)
TIME (2)

Comic Book Publishers
DC Comics (7)
Dark Horse Comics (3)
Marvel Comics (3)
BOOM! Studios (2)
Oni Press (2)

Video Game Publishers
Humble Games (2)
Ubisoft (2)