Television Academy titles canceled amid writers strike – The Hollywood Reporter
The 2023 Television Academy title was canceled due to the ongoing writers’ strike.
“Following discussions with the WGA and disrespecting those affected by the ongoing labor dispute, the Television Academy is canceling the Television Academy Honors reception scheduled for the evening of Sunday. May 31. We appreciate everyone’s understanding,” an email sent to Academy Member TV reads. “The Academy would like to congratulate this year’s Honor recipients and thank them on behalf of the entire industry for their groundbreaking and inspiring work.”
The ceremony is set to take place on May 31 and honor As we see, Mo, the United States and the Holocaust, Were here, 37 words And The rebellious life of Mrs. Rosa Parks with this year’s awards, recognizing notable TV shows and producers “who have harnessed the extraordinary power of storytelling to drive social change.”
Documentary series Profile: Black Man (Discovery+) was also set to receive special recognition at the ceremony.
Other events have been affected by the writers’ strike. Also on Thursday, the finale event for Ted Lassoincluded a sequel panel with an established cast that included Jason Sudeikis (Ted) and Brendan Hunt (Beard), which was scrapped due to “unforeseen circumstances”.