2005 GLAAD Award Nominees

Apr 25, 2005  •  Post A Comment

Outstanding Drama Series

  • “Kevin Hill” (UPN)

  • “The L Word” (Showtime)

  • “Queer as Folk” (Showtime)

  • “Six Feet Under” (HBO)

  • “The Wire” (HBO)

    Outstanding Comedy Series

  • “Will & Grace” (NBC)

    Outstanding Individual Episode (in a series without a regular gay character)

  • “Cold Case: Daniela” (CBS)

  • “Cold Case: It’s Raining Men” (CBS)

  • “Jack & Bobby: Lost Boys” (The WB)

  • “Two and a Half Men: Old Flame With a New Wick” (CBS)

  • “Strong Medicine: The Real World Rittenhouse” (Lifetime)

    Outstanding Television Movie

  • “The Blackwater Lightship” (CBS)

  • “Jack” (Showtime)

    Outstanding Reality Program

  • “American Candidate” (Showtime)

  • “Big Brother 5” (CBS)

  • “Queer Eye for the Straight Guy” (Bravo)

  • “The Real World: Philadelphia” (MTV)

  • “Survivor: Vanuatu” (CBS)

    Outstanding Documentary

  • “No Secret Anymore: The Times of Del Martin and Phyllis Lyon”

    (Sundance Channel)

  • “The Opposite Sex: Rene’s Story” (Showtime)

  • “Paternal Instinct” (Cinemax)

  • “Tarnation” (Wellspring Media)

  • “True Life: I’m Gay and I’m Getting Married” (MTV)

    Outstanding Daily Drama

  • “All My Children” (ABC)

  • “One Life to Live” (ABC)

    Outstanding Talk Show Episode

  • “The Oprah Winfrey Show: The 11-Year-Old Who Wants a Sex

    Change” (syndicated)

  • “The Graham Norton Effect: Alan Cumming” (Comedy Central)

  • “Maury Povich: I Was Born a Woman … Today I’m a Man” (syndicated)

    Outstanding TV Journalism

  • “AIDS: A Pop Culture History (VH1)

  • “Dateline NBC: Scenes From a Marriage” (NBC)

  • “60 Minutes: They Didn’t Ask, He Didn’t Tell” (CBS)

  • “48 Hours Investigates: Trapped” (CBS)

  • “Dateline NBC: Without Mercy” (NBC)