Strong presented the podcast with an award at Sunday's Peabody ceremony
The Peabody Awards might be a more high-class affair where journalists and storytellers are awarded for their excellence in media and "stories that matter," but it doesn't mean people like Serial's Sarah Koenig can't have a little fun. Show More Summary
For its "innovations of form and its compelling, drilling account of how guilt, truth, and reality are decided," "Serial" became the first-ever podcast to win a Peabody Award this year. At the Peabody awards gala on May 31, presenter Cecily Strong decided to honor the achievement the best way she could: by... More »
Ahead of this coming Sunday's Peabody Awards broadcast on Pivot, we now have a behind-the-scenes look at the opening number that will sadly never see the light of day.
After Fey presents Schumer with her award
She's an actress, a standup comedian and a force to be reckoned with. Is there anything Amy Schumer can't do? Since Inside Amy Schumer premiered in 2013, the multi-hyphenate leading lady has won a Peabody Award for her smart and often...Show More Summary
“[The] eclectic bunch … ram the gamut from documentarian Alex Gibney to NBC News correspondent Richard Engel to Serial podcaster Sarah Koenig to comedians Amy Schumer and John Oliver. The Serial award struck one of the most intriguing notes of the evening, as it is the first podcast to win a Peabody.”
Amy Schumer and Tina Fey pose for a photo backstage at the 2015 Peabody Awards Ceremony held at Cipriani Wall Street on Sunday (May 31) in New York City. The 45-year-old actress presented Amy, 33, with an award that evening. While on stage, Tina noted that “Amy’s honesty is making everyone furious,” referring to her [...]
Abigail here is so, so pretty. And apparently so, so concerned about her table manners – hence her attempt to make three backup napkins look like a bodice. Read More...
Yes, Tina Fey introduced Peabody Award winner Amy Schumer at Sunday night's ceremony and joked during her speech, "I really wanted to come down here tonight, and in a Madonna kind of way try to like feed off of her youth and maybe suck her soul out in a very awkward, staged lesbian kiss. Show More Summary
Tina Fey had a surprise for Amy Schumer at the Peabody Awards — a big onstage kiss. The 30 Rock creator showed up as a surprise presenter at the award ceremony, praising Schumer for her groundbreaking work on the Comedy Central show Inside Amy Schumer. Show More Summary
As Fred Armisen emceed the Peabody Awards Sunday night, he stepped aside when it came time for Tina Fey to introduce Amy Schumer as “the biggest deal in comedy right now.” Fey said that Schumer showed that you could make successful rape jokes (which was one of our favorite sketches... More »
Two different award shows took place on Sunday night, with the Critics Choice TV Awards airing in Los Angeles and the Peabody Awards taking over Cipriani Wall Street in New York City. Both ceremonies honored those in the entertainment business... Show More Summary
Looks like Tina Fey forgot which Amy was hers! Last night Amy Schumer was lucky enough to pick up a Peabody award for her work on her hit show Inside Amy Schumer! Oh, but her luck didn't stop there! She was fortunate enough to have the always lovely and talented Tina Fey present the award to her [...]
The two comedy queens lip-locked at the Peabody Awards
There's a new Tina and Amy in town
So this just happened. #Peabody @amyschumer #TinaFey #Goddesses pic.twitter.com/vBodhEMQJo-- Pivot (@pivot) June 1, 2015 Sunday (May 31) was a big night for awards-show kissing. At the 2015 Critics Choice TV Awards, it was Allison Janney and James Corden. Show More Summary
Amy Schumer picked up a prestigious Peabody Award in a glitzy ceremony at Cipriani Wall Street on Sunday night.
Tina Fey congratulated Amy Schumer with a kiss at the Peabody Awards Sunday night in New York City. "Amy Schumer is killing it, as the agents like to say," Fey said on stage at Cipriani Wall Street before presenting Schumer with her award, per The Hollywood Reporter. Show More Summary
It was the first podcast to win a Peabody Award. NPR’s crime series Serial is set to return for a second season this year per an email blasted to subscribers. Season one was hosted by Sarah Koenig and explored the 1999 murder of teenager Hae Min Lee in Baltimore, Maryland and her ex-boyfriend's Adnan Syed's subsequent life sentence. Show More Summary