Good Omens is one of the 60 programmes nominated by the Peabody Awards Board of Jurors for this year's Peabody Awards. The awards represent the most compelling and empowering stories released in broadcasting and digital media during 2019. Chosen from over 1300 entries, from television, radio, podcasts and online programming, the shortlist of 60 encompasses a wide range of pressing issues, including the criminal justice system, repercussions of the #MeToo movement, and immigrant rights.
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The Amazon Prime series Good Omens, starring David Tennant and Michael Sheen, is shortlisted in the Entertainment category. Other nominees in the category include Fleabag (Amazon Prime), Stranger Things (Netflix) and Chernobyl (HBO).
The Awards are bestowed on 30 of the 60 nominees. However, the awards ceremony has been postponed from its planned date of June 18th due to the COVID-19 crisis, so the winners will now be announced at a later date.
Good Omens is based on the cult novel by Neil Gaiman and Terry Pratchett. The award-winning comedy series sees an angel and a demon join forces to prevent the Apocalypse and is available to stream worldwide on Amazon Prime.