Daughters of Destiny

From the Television Academy press release:

The 2018 honorees were selected from a record number of submissions and represent some of the most meaningful and relevant series, programs and documentaries of the past year, including: Andi MackDaughters of DestinyForbidden: Undocumented & Queer in Rural AmericaFull Frontal with Samantha BeeLA 92One Day at a Time, and 13 Reasons Why.

Television Academy Honors celebrates programming across numerous platforms and genres that addresses the complex challenges and important social issues facing society in a compelling and impactful way. Showrunners and producers are honored for channeling the power of television to explore these issues via captivating and thoughtful storytelling that advances positive change. 

Read more here and here. And view Dr. Abraham George and director/producer Vanessa Roth discussing just what this special honor means here.

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