GLAAD Media Award for Outstanding Comedy Series

The GLAAD Media Award for Outstanding Comedy Series is one of the annual GLAAD Media Awards which is offered to the best LGBT-related television series.

GLAAD Media Award for Outstanding Comedy Series
Awarded forOutstanding Comedy Series
CountryUnited States
Presented byGLAAD
Currently held bySchitt's Creek (2020)
Websiteglaad.org

Winners and nominationsEdit

1990sEdit

Year Program Network
1990
Doctor Doctor CBS
1992
Roseanne ABC
1993
Roseanne ABC
1994
Dream On HBO
1995
Friends NBC
Roseanne ABC
1996

[note 1]

NYPD Blue ABC
Courthouse CBS
Friends NBC
Party of Five Fox
Sisters NBC
1997
Spin City ABC
Ellen ABC
Friends NBC
The Larry Sanders Show HBO
Mad About You NBC
1998
Ellen ABC
Mad About You NBC
Spin City ABC
Suddenly Susan NBC
1999
Will & Grace NBC
The Drew Carey Show ABC
Ellen
Spin City
Suddenly Susan NBC

2000sEdit

Year Program Network
2000
Will & Grace NBC
Action Fox
Los Beltrán Telemundo
Oh, Grow Up ABC
Sex and the City HBO
2001
Will & Grace NBC
Beggars and Choosers Showtime
Los Beltrán Telemundo
Popular The WB
2002
Will & Grace NBC
The Ellen Show CBS
Sex and the City HBO
Some of My Best Friends CBS
2003
Will & Grace NBC
Sex and the City HBO
2004
Sex and the City HBO
It's All Relative ABC
Oliver Beene Fox
Reno 911! Comedy Central
Will & Grace NBC
2005
Will & Grace NBC
2006
Will & Grace NBC
Out of Practice CBS
Shameless Sundance Channel
2007
Ugly Betty ABC
Desperate Housewives ABC
The Office NBC
So Notorious VH1
2008
Ugly Betty ABC
Desperate Housewives ABC
Exes and Ohs Logo
The Sarah Silverman Program Comedy Central
The War at Home Fox
2009
Desperate Housewives ABC
Greek ABC Family
Reaper The CW
Skins BBC America
Ugly Betty ABC

2010sEdit

Year Program Network
2010
Glee Fox
Beautiful People BBC America
Greek ABC Family
Modern Family ABC
United States of Tara Showtime
2011[1]
Glee Fox
Modern Family ABC
Greek ABC Family
Nurse Jackie Showtime
United States of Tara
2012[2]
Modern Family ABC
The Big C Showtime
Exes and Ohs Logo
Glee Fox
Happy Endings ABC
2013[3]
The New Normal NBC
Glee Fox
Go On NBC
Happy Endings ABC
Modern Family
2014[4]
Orange Is the New Black Netflix
Brooklyn Nine-Nine Fox
Glee
Modern Family ABC
Please Like Me Pivot
2015[5]
Transparent Amazon
Brooklyn Nine-Nine Fox
Faking It MTV
Glee Fox
Looking HBO
Modern Family ABC
Orange Is the New Black Netflix
Please Like Me Pivot
Sirens USA
Vicious PBS
2016[6]
Transparent Amazon
Brooklyn Nine-Nine Fox
Faking It MTV
Grace and Frankie Netflix
Looking HBO
Modern Family ABC
Master of None Netflix
Orange Is the New Black
Please Like Me Pivot
Vicious PBS
2017[7]
Transparent Amazon
Brooklyn Nine-Nine Fox
Crazy Ex-Girlfriend The CW
Grace and Frankie Netflix
Modern Family ABC
One Mississippi Amazon
The Real O'Neals ABC
Steven Universe Cartoon Network
Survivor's Remorse Starz
Take My Wife Seeso
2018
Brooklyn Nine-Nine Fox
The Bold Type Freeform
Crazy Ex-Girlfriend The CW
Modern Family ABC
One Day at a Time Netflix
One Mississippi Amazon
Superstore NBC
Survivor's Remorse Starz
Transparent Amazon
Will & Grace NBC
2019[8]
Vida Starz
Brooklyn Nine-Nine NBC
Crazy Ex-Girlfriend The CW
Dear White People Netflix
Modern Family ABC
One Day at a Time Netflix
Schitt's Creek Pop TV
Superstore NBC
This Close Sundance TV
Will & Grace NBC

2020sEdit

Year Program Network
2020
Schitt's Creek Pop TV
Brooklyn Nine-Nine NBC
Dear White People Netflix
Dickinson Apple TV+
One Day at a Time Netflix
The Other Two Comedy Central
Sex Education Netflix
Superstore NBC
Vida Starz
Work in Progress Showtime
2021
Schitt's Creek Pop TV
Big Mouth Netflix
Dead to Me
Everything's Gonna Be Okay Freeform
Harley Quinn HBO Max
Love, Victor Hulu
Saved by the Bell Peacock
Sex Education Netflix
Superstore NBC
Twenties BET

Programs with multiple awardsEdit

Programs with multiple nominationsEdit

NotesEdit

  1. ^ In 1996, the award was consolidated with drama series as Outstanding Television Series.

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "'Kids Are All Right,' 'Burlesque,' 'Glee' Among GLAAD Media Awards Nominees". The Hollywood Reporter. January 19, 2011. Retrieved April 3, 2017.
  2. ^ "ABC Leads Nominees for GLAAD Media Awards". The Hollywood Reporter. January 19, 2012. Retrieved April 4, 2017.
  3. ^ "Ryan Murphy Shows Land 3 GLAAD Award Nominations". The Hollywood Reporter. January 16, 2013. Retrieved April 3, 2017.
  4. ^ "GLAAD Media Award Nominees Announced". The Hollywood Reporter. January 30, 2014. Retrieved April 3, 2017.
  5. ^ "26th Annual GLAAD Media Awards Nominees Announced". The Hollywood Reporter. January 21, 2015. Retrieved April 3, 2017.
  6. ^ "GLAAD Media Awards: The Winners List". The Hollywood Reporter. April 3, 2016. Retrieved April 3, 2017.
  7. ^ "GLAAD Media Award Nominees Revealed". The Hollywood Reporter. January 31, 2017. Retrieved April 3, 2017.
  8. ^ Kimberly Nordyke (May 4, 2019). "GLAAD Media Awards: Boy Erased, Pose, Gianni Versace Among Winners". The Hollywood Reporter. Retrieved May 6, 2019.

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