TV winners include 'Sunset Limited,' 'Parenthood,' 'Shameless'
Lionsgate’s “Warrior” and Sony Pictures Classics’ “Take Shelter” were among the winners Thursday at the 16th annual Prism Awards recognizing film and TV productions that tackle issues involving substance abuse and mental health.
“Warrior” scored org’s top nod for feature film in the substance abuse category. “Take Shelter” was recognized in the mental health category during the ceremony held at the Beverly Hills Hotel.
HBO’s “The Sunset Limited” won for made-for-TV movie.
Other TV series honored included Showtime’s “Shameless,” Fox’s “Glee,” TNT’s “Southland” and NBC’s “Parenthood.” “Dr. Drew’s Lifechangers” won in the talkshow episode category.
Thesps recognized at the ceremony included Russell Brand, Craig T. Nelson, Jon Huertas, Stana Katic, Jennifer Morrison and Emily Osment.
FX will carry highlights of the Prism kudos on Sept. 16.