January 13, 2010 07:41:28 GMT
The 2010 event sees the vampire show in the category of Outstanding Drama and the musical series in Outstanding Comedy.
In its 21st year, Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation continues to award work in television that touch the issue of GLBT through its Media Awards. The nomination for the English-language category has revealed that "True Blood" and "Glee" are vying for the title as Best Drama Series and Best Comedy Series respectively.
"True Blood", which upcoming season will focus a lot on Lafayette's and his same-sex romance, will battle it out with "Brothers & Sisters", "Grey's Anatomy", "Mad Men", and "Skins". Meanwhile, "Glee", which hires openly gay Chris Colfer to portray Kurt, is facing off "Greek", "Beautiful People", "Modern Family" and "United States of Tara".
Other categories in TV which are given out include Outstanding Individual Episode in a series without a regular LGBT character, Outstanding TV Movie or Mini-Series and Outstanding Reality Program. Others like outstanding news program can be seen on GLAAD.
The winners will be read out at New York's Marriott Marquis on March 13, Los Angeles' Hyatt Regency Century Plaza on April 17 and San Fransisco's The Westin St. Francis on June 5. There are 24 categories in English including in movie, music and journalism.
Outstanding Drama Series: