With documentary winners announced earlier this week, the 78th Peabody Awards moved to scripted content on Thursday, unveiling a slew of recipients for their prestigious honor.
Steven Universe won its first Peabody Award in the Children’s & Youth category, edging out Netflix’s Hilda in the process. The category was won by A Series of Unfortunate Events last year.
The general entertainment field saw the following shows being honored: HBO dark comedy Barry, which snagged acting Emmys for stars Bill Hader and Henry Winkler this past September; Hannah Gadsby: Nanette, an acclaimed Netflix standup special; AMC/BBC America critical darling Killing Eve, coming off a third season renewal; Netflix’s Patriot Act with Hasan Minhaj; revolutionary ballroom drama Pose, which returns for a second season this June; HBO sketch series Random Acts of Flyness, created by and starring Terence Nance; the final season of Russian spy thriller The Americans; Netflix dark comedy The End of the F***ing World; and the third season of NBC’s The Good Place.
Shows that were nominated this year but didn’t make the final cut include autism comedy Atypical; Amazon’s Julia Roberts vehicle Homecoming; HBO Italian drama My Brilliant Friend; Lena Waithe drama The Chi; and SundanceNow dramedy This Close.