Television series ‘One Day At A Time’ has been nominated for the 31st Annual GLAAD Media Awards. This is a remarkable feat for the show’s creators. The nominations included a diversity of the fictional group as well as LGBTQ narratives.
One Day At A Time
The show first aired in 2017, and is a comedy-drama series created by Gloria Calderon Kellett and Mike Royce. It stars Justina Machado, Todd Grinnell, and Isabella Gomez as the main cast.
Four seasons have aired over the last four years. The story of One Day At A Time revolves around three generations of a Cuban-American family living together. It is about a newly divorced former military mother, her old school mother and her teenage daughter and tween son.
The show has also won 1 Primetime Emmy award.
THE GLAAD is an American non-governmental media monitoring organization that represents the LGBT narrative. The gay and lesbian community in the media were the pioneers of GLAAD.
Before 2013, GLAAD was an acronym for ‘Gay and Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation.’
The organization now strives for inclusion and representation of other diverse groups and communities.
GLAAD Media Award Nominations
The GLAAD also hosts a media award ceremony as it monitors different media platforms for their representation and inclusiveness.
Due to the increased representation of groups in projects, films, television, and news, there is a huge number of contenders. Across various categories, there is a total of 176 nominations.
One Day At A Time is a nominee for the award of ‘Outstanding Comedy Series’.
The complete list of nominees include:
“Brooklyn Nine-Nine” (NBC)
“Dear White People” (Netflix)
“Dickinson” (Apple TV+)
“One Day at a Time” (Netflix)
“The Other Two” (Comedy Central)
“Schitt’s Creek” (Pop)
“Sex Education” (Netflix)
“Work in Progress” (Showtime)
Let’s see which show finally takes the prestigious GLAAD award home.