AceShowbiz - The Peabody Awards panel has revealed its complete list of winners, adding Steve McQueen's anthology series "Small Axe" and Oscar-nominated Syrian crisis film "The Cave" to the the year's most compelling and empowering TV and streaming moments.
The two latest additions to a group that also includes "Ted Lasso", Michaela Coel's acclaimed drama "I May Destroy You", and "The Good Lord Bird" were announced on Thursday, June 24 to conclude four days of recognition for media and broadcast highlights from the past year.
A total of 30 awards were handed out by scholars at the Grady College of Journalism and Mass Communication at the University of Georgia. Cynthia Erivo, Soledad O'Brien, Ronan Farrow, Taraji P. Henson, America Ferrera, John Seigenthaler, Karl-Anthony Towns and Goldie Hawn were among the presenters.
Other winners announced on Thursday included LGBTQ rights documentary "Welcome to Chechnya".
"Ted Lasso" and "The Late Show With Stephen Colbert" were unveiled to be the winners in the Entertainment category on June 21. Co-creator Jason Sudeikis said in his acceptance speech, "We hope that we can all put a little of this 'Ted Lasso' vibe in our everyday lives and you've certainly put a pep in our step. So, thank you and wish you all the best."
Meanwhile, "Floodlines" producers took home the Podcast/Radio award. "Asian Americans" were feted in the Documentary section, and ABC News' "20/20's Breonna Taylor" was celebrated in the News section category.
Last week (ends June 18), the Peabodys panel handed Ava DuVernay's Array its Institutional Award, while newswoman Judy Woodruff received the Peabody Award for Journalistic Integrity.
The full list of 2021 Peabody winners:
Children's & Youth:
Career Achievement Award:
Peabody Award for Journalistic Integrity: