GLAAD to Laud Shows

May 2, 2005  •  Post A Comment

The Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation was scheduled to present the Los Angeles portion of its 16th annual GLAAD Media Awards Saturday evening at the Kodak Theatre.

Winners in the television categories being honored in the L.A. event were:

“Six Feet Under” (HBO), outstanding drama series; the “Lost Boys” episode of “Jack & Bobby,” outstanding individual episode in a series without a regular gay character; “Jack” (Showtime), outstanding television movie; “Queer Eye for the Straight Guy” (Bravo) and “The Real World: Philadelphia” (MTV), which tied for outstanding reality program; and “`Los Muxes’ Aqu%ED; y Ahora” (Univision), named outstanding Spanish-language TV newsmagazine.

Craig Zadan, Neil Meron and Michael Dempsey Productions are producing a TV version of the ceremony scheduled to be telecast on Viacom’s Logo network on a yet-to-be-determined date during the summer.

Previous GLAAD Media Awards were handed out in New York in March, and the third and final 2005 ceremony is scheduled for June 11 in San Francisco.