Peabody Awards: ‘Ted Lasso,’ Stephen Colbert’s ‘Late Show’ Among First Batch of Winners

Peabody Awards: ‘Ted Lasso,’ Stephen Colbert’s ‘Late Show’ Among First Batch of Winners

Entertainment
June 21, 2021 by Bobby Chaim
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Steve Carell presented the award to Colbert, Will Ferrell presented to the Ted Lasso team, Sandra Oh presented to Asian Americans, D.L. The Peabody board of jurors selected the winners from a list of 60 nominees, revealed last month, chosen from more than 1,300 entries. It turns out that more than simply a sports coach,
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Steve Carell presented the award to Colbert, Will Ferrell presented to the Ted Lasso team, Sandra Oh presented to Asian Americans, D.L.

The Peabody board of jurors selected the winners from a list of 60 nominees, revealed last month, chosen from more than 1,300 entries.

It turns out that more than simply a sports coach, Ted is remarkably good at honest communication with others, affecting change by being a deeply good human, one with his own quiet anxieties and pain.

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