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"Madam Secretary" co-star Keith Carradine at last year's Sentinel Awards. Photo by Michael Jones

The 2019 Sentinel Awards will recognize outstanding achievements in television storylines that inform, educate and motivate viewers to make choices for healthier and safer lives.

Entries from scripted broadcast, cable and streaming network shows are eligible. The awards are presented by HH&S, a resource for writers, producers and others in search of accurate information on health, safety and security topics, including mental health, cancer, aging, opioid addiction, HIV/AIDS, maternal health, reproductive rights, criminal justice, nuclear risk, clinical trials and more. 

Click here to access your entry

Submissions are now closed. The honorees will be announced in Fall 2019 and presented at a red-carpet event in Hollywood in November. 

Funding for Hollywood, Health & Society comes from the CDC, The SCAN Foundation, the California Health Care Foundation, the John Pritzker Family Fund, N Square, and the Chan Zuckerberg Initiative, among others. The program serves as a free resource that supports the entertainment industry through expert consultations and briefings, panel discussions, screenings, custom research trips, social media and more. 

To learn more about the awards, visit the HH&S awards web page or read the official press release.


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