‘Grey’s Anatomy’, ‘Station 19’, ‘The Diplomat’, More – Deadline

The 2023 Sentinel Awards were handed out tonight Awards at the Writers Guild Theater in Beverly Hills, and winners included writers for such TV series as Grey’s Anatomy, Station 19, Superman & Lois, The Diplomat and Tiny Beautiful Things. See the full list below.

Presented by Hollywood, Health & Society at the USC Annenberg Norman Lear Center for more than two decades, the Sentinel Awards recognize writers for meaningful and accurate portrayals onscreen on such timely topics as abortion, systemic racism, climate change and mental health. Larry Wilmore hosted the ceremony.

“These writers and honorees this year have all made a commitment to telling stories that not only reach audiences, but make a significant impact far beyond the small screen,” said Hollywood, Health & Society program director Kate Folb. “It’s such an honor to bring these writers together after the strikes and celebrate their work.” 

Here are the winners of the 2023 Sentinel Awards: 

Depiction of Abortion
Julie Wong, Grey’s Anatomy (ABC), “When I Get to the Border” 

Depiction of A.I.
Tara Hernandez & Damon Lindelof, Mrs. Davis (Peacock), “The Final Intercut: So I’m Your Horse”  

Depiction of Breast Cancer
Brent Fletcher & Todd Helbing, Superman & Lois (The CW), four-episode storyline  

Depiction of Disabilities
Matt Fleckenstein, Zach Anner, and Gillian Grassie, Best Foot Forward (Apple TV+), “Halloween” 

Depiction of Climate Change
Scott Z. Burns, Extrapolations (Apple TV+), ‘2046: Whale Fall”

Depiction of Diplomacy
Debora Cahn and Anna Haden, The Diplomat (Netflix), “Some Lusty Tornado”

Depiction of Economic Disparities
Chris Estrada, Matt Ingebretson, Pat Bishop, Jake Weisman, This Fool (Hulu), “Los Botes”

Depiction of End of Life
Liz Tigelaar, Tiny Beautiful Things  (Hulu), “The Nose”

Depiction of Maternal Health
Taffy Brodesser-Akner, Fleishman Is in Trouble (FX on Hulu), “Me-Time”

Depiction of Mental Health
Adam Kay, This is Going to Hurt (AMC+)  “Episode 6”, BBC 

Depiction of Systemic Racism
Zoanne Clack and  Zaiver Sinnett, Station 19 (ABC), “We Build Then We Break”  

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