The Peabody Awards unveiled the 30 programs that represent the best and most empowering stories from streaming and cable of the last year.

The thirty programs hail from PBS, HBO/HBO Max, Netflix, Amazon’s Prime Video, Hulu, The New York Times, and more. The winners were announced in a multi-day celebration this week.

1. Jeffrey Jones, executive director of Peabody on this year's ceremony and winners

“Whether exposing injustice, detailing uncomfortable truths, or making us laugh uncontrollably, all of the winners demonstrated how to tell a compelling story. With an ongoing pandemic, political obstructionism, and senseless wars continuing to take and disrupt lives, these programs pushed past many obstacles to tell important stories that will stand the test of time. Peabody is proud to honor their incredible work.”

Of the 30 winners, PBS led with six, followed by HBO/HBO Max with four, Netflix with three, and Amazon Prime Video, Hulu, and The New York Times each with two. Additional networks and platforms that won include ABC, FX, KUSA, NBC News, NPR, Peacock, Rumble Strip, and VICE.

Notable winners include Mr. Soul!, Summer Of Soul (…Or When The Revolution Could Not Be Televised), The Underground Railroad, Hacks, Reservation Dogs and more.

2. Check out the full list below:

Institutional Winner

Fresh Air with Terry Gross


Career Achievement Award

Dan Rather


Peabody Award for Journalistic Integrity

TV Rain/Dozhd



Summer of Soul (…Or When The Revolution Could Not Be Televised) (Hulu / Searchlight Pictures / Onyx Collective)



Bo Burnham: Inside (Netflix)

Dopesick (Hulu)

Hacks (HBO/HBO Max)

Reservation Dogs (FX)

Sort Of (CBC/HBO Max)

The Underground Railroad (Amazon Prime Video)

We Are Lady Parts (Peacock and Channel 4)

The Wonder Years (ABC)



Exterminate All the Brutes (HBO/HBO Max)

High on the Hog: How African American Cuisine Transformed America (Netflix)

In the Same Breath (HBO/HBO Max)

Mayor (PBS)


My Name is Pauli Murray (Amazon Prime Video)

Philly D.A. (PBS)

A Thousand Cuts (PBS / GBH / FRONTLINE)



Finn and the Bell (Rumble Strip)

Southlake (NBC News)

Throughline: Afghanistan: The Center of the World (NPR)



The Appointment (ABC News)

Day of Rage: How Trump Supporters Took the U.S. Capitol (The New York Times)

Escaping Eritrea (PBS / GBH / FRONTLINE)

January 6th Reporting (PBS NewsHour)

NBC Bay Area: ‘The Moms of Magnolia Street’ & ‘No Man’s Land: Fighting for Fatherhood in a Broken System’ (NBC Bay Area)

Politically Charged (ABC15 Arizona)


‘So They Know We Existed’: Palestinians Film War in Gaza (The New York Times)

Transnational (VICE News Tonight)


Children’s & Youth

City of Ghosts (Netflix)