STAR TREK: DISCOVERY Nominated for Peabody Award

The award nominations for Star Trek: Discovery keep on coming, as it has been announced that the latest iteration of live-action Star Trek has received a Peabody Awards nomination in the Entertainment category.

The award winners in the Entertainment category will be revealed later this week on April 19, with the the winners attending a gala event at Cipriani Wall Street in Manhattan on May 19.

“So unbelievably proud.” series star Sonequa Martin-Green remarked on Twitter, as she and other Star Trek: Discovery cast and crew members expressed their excitement about the prestigeous nomination.

Next Generation Connection

The Star Trek: The Next Generation episode “The Big Goodbye” won the George Foster Peabody Award for excellence in television broadcasting in 1987 — making it the first hour-long drama to win a Peabody Award in that category and the first for any Star Trek series.

More Discovery Nominations

Discovery has also been nominated for five Saturn Awards, a GLAAD Award and a Hugo Award. Actor Jason Isaacs has won an Empire Award for his work on the series as Captain Gabriel Lorca.


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