LOS ANGELES (CNS) — The 14th Television Academy Honors will be presented in a one-hour special program narrated by Issa Rae that will stream Friday, the academy announced Wednesday.
Rae will narrate the one-hour, documentary-style special featuring seven television programs chosen earlier this year for the way they are impacting society through thoughtful, powerful and innovative storytelling.
The Television Academy Honors annually celebrates fictional and nonfictional programs across numerous platforms and genres that elevate complex issues facing society. This year's honorees addressed the U.S. criminal justice system, climate change, sexual assault, immigration, race relations, the impact of social networking and LGBTQ+ persecution.
The honorees are:
- "For Life" (ABC)
- "I Am Greta" (Hulu)
- "I May Destroy You" (HBO)
- "Little America" (Apple TV+)
- "The Daily Show with Trevor Noah" (Comedy Central)
- "The Social Dilemma" (Netflix)
- "Welcome to Chechnya" (HBO)
The virtual ceremony will stream at 5 p.m. Friday here.