GLAAD Awards

Lady Gaga, Frank Ocean and ‘Strut’ Among This Year’s GLAAD Media Award Nominees

GLAAD just announced the nominations for their annual Media Awards. While the list features some of our favorites, there are also a few snubs not on the list as well.

The GLAAD Media Awards “recognize and honor media for their fair, accurate and inclusive representations of the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community and the issues that affect their lives.”

Oxygen reality show Strut is nominated for “Outstanding Reality Series.” The show follows the journeys of five trans models trying to overcome gender and beauty stereotypes to make it big in the modeling industry. Produced by Whoopi Goldberg and Tom Leonardis, the series features one of our favorite male models Laith Ashley.

The film Those People, a gay love story loosely based on the Bernie Madoff scandal, is nominated in the category for “Outstanding Film – Limited Release.” Distributed by Wolfe Releasing, it is currently streaming on Netflix.

There are some obvious omissions from the list. Out magazine is not amongst the nominees for “Outstanding Overall Magazine,” being beat by mainstream publications such as Teen Vogue and Cosmopolitan for the honor. This could possibly be because of the controversial publication of an eight-page article profiling neo-Nazi Milo Yiannopoulos.

Also not on the list is Finding Prince Charming. Claimed to be the first gay dating reality series, Logo’s piece of original programming stirred-up a lot of controversy with its depiction of gay men and how producers handled the main suitor’s past as a sex worker.

Find out who else was nominated below. Our favorites are featured in bold.

Outstanding Film – Wide Release

Moonlight – A24

Star Trek Beyond – Paramount Pictures

Outstanding Film – Limited Release

The Handmaiden – Amazon Studios/Magnolia Pictures

Naz & Maalik – Wolfe Releasing

Other People – Vertical Entertainment

Spa Night – Strand Releasing

Those People – Wolfe Releasing

Outstanding Comedy Series

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

Transparent – Amazon

Outstanding Drama Series

The Fosters – Freeform

Grey’s Anatomy – ABC

Hap and Leonard – SundanceTV

How to Get Away with Murder  – ABC

The OA – Netflix

Orphan Black – BBC America

Shadowhunters – Freeform

Shameless – Showtime

Supergirl  – The CW

Wynonna Earp – Syf

Outstanding Individual Episode

“Attention Deficit” The Loud House – Nickelodeon

“Bar Fights” Drunk History – Comedy Central

“Johnson & Johnson” Black-ish – ABC

“San Junipero” Black Mirror  – Netflix

“Vegan Cinderella” Easy – Netflix

Outstanding TV Movie or Limited Series

Eyewitness  – USA Network

London Spy – BBC America

Looking: The Movie – HBO

The Rocky Horror Picture Show: Let’s Do the Time Warp Again  – FOX

Vicious: The Finale – PBS

Outstanding Documentary

Mapplethorpe: Look at the Pictures – HBO

Out of Iraq – Logo

The Same Difference – Centric

Southwest of Salem: The Story of the San Antonio Four – Investigation Discovery

The Trans List – HBO

Outstanding Reality Program

Gaycation – Viceland

I Am Cait – E!

I Am Jazz  – TLC

The Prancing Elites Project – Oxygen

Strut – Oxygen

Outstanding Music Artist

Against Me!, Shape Shift With Me – Total Treble Music/Xtra Mile

Blood Orange, Freetown Sound – Domino

Brandy Clark, Big Day in a Small Town – Warner Bros. Records

Tyler Glenn, Excommunication – Island Records

Ty Herndon, House on Fire – BFD

Elton John, Wonderful Crazy Night – Island Records

Lady Gaga, Joanne – Interscope Records

Frank Ocean, Blonde – Boys Don’t Cry

Sia, This is Acting – RCA Records

Tegan and Sara, Love You to Death – Warner Bros. Records

Outstanding Magazine Overall Coverage

The Advocate
Cosmopolitan
Seventeen
Teen Vogue
Time

For the entire list, visit here.