Black Reel Award for Outstanding Television Movie or Limited Series

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This page lists the winners and nominees for the Black Reel Award for Outstanding Television Movie or Limited Series. As of the 2016 ceremony, Luther is the only television movie or limited series to receive more than one nomination. This award is presented to the producers of the production.

Winners and nominees

Winners are listed first and highlighted in bold.

2000s

Year Film / Series Network Producer(s) Ref
2000
Introducing Dorothy Dandridge HBO Halle Berry and Joshua D. Maurer [1]
A Lesson Before Dying HBO Ted Demme and Ellen Krass
Having Our Say: The Delany Sisters' First 100 Years CBS Camille Cosby and Jeffrey Grant
Funny Valentines HBO Ron Stacker Thompson and Ashley Tyler
Jackie's Back Lifetime Gideon Amir
Love Songs Showtime Steven Hewitt
Strange Justice Showtime Jacob Epstein and Steven Haft
2001
The Corner HBO Nina Kostroff Noble [2]
Disappearing Acts HBO Lydia Dean Pilcher
Freedom Song TNT Amanda DiGiulio
Holiday Heart Showtime Cheryl West
Sally Hemings: American Scandal PBS Marty Eli Schwartz and Gerrit van der Meer
2002
Boycott HBO Clark Johnson [3]
3 A.M. Showtime Lee Davis
A Huey P. Newton Story Starz Spike Lee
Dancing in September HBO Reggie Rock Bythewood
Stranger Inside HBO Cheryl Dunye
2003
The Rosa Parks Story CBS Paris Qualles [4]
Keep the Faith, Baby Showtime Art Washington
Lift Showtime DeMane Davis
2004
Deacons for Defense Showtime Robert Rehme [5]
The Cheetah Girls Disney Channel Jacqueline George
D.C. Sniper: 23 Days of Fear USA Network Orly Adelson and Jonathan Eskenas
Good Fences Showtime Danny Glover and Whoopi Goldberg
Sounder ABC Howard Braunstein and Bill Cain
2005
Something the Lord Made HBO Robert W. Cort and Eric Hetzel [6]
Beah: A Black Woman Speaks HBO Jonathan Demme and Joe Viola
Redemption: The Stan Tookie Williams Story FX Sue Bugden and Rudy Langlais
2006
Lackawanna Blues HBO Halle Berry and Vincent Cirrincione [7]
Kojak USA Network Tom Thayer and Steve Feke
Miracle's Boys TeenNick Nicole Silver and Orly Wiseman
Sometimes in April HBO Daniel Delume
Their Eyes Were Watching God ABC Quincy Jones and Oprah Winfrey
2007
Walkout HBO Moctesuma Esparza and Robert Katz [8]
2008 N/A

2010s

Year Film / Series Network Producer(s) Ref
2010–11 N/A
2012
Thurgood HBO Bill Haber and George Stevens Jr. [9]
Five Lifetime Jennifer Aniston, Marta Kauffman and Paula Wagner
Luther BBC America Katie Swinden
The Sunset Limited HBO Barbara Hall
Taken from Me: The Tiffany Rubin Story Lifetime Harvey Kahn
2013
A Beautiful Soul TV One Holly Carter and Dominique Telson [10]
Let It Shine Disney Channel Amy Gibbons and Paul Hoen
Raising Izzie UP Angelique Bones
Somebody's Child UP David Eubanks, Keith Neal and Eric Tomosunas
Steel Magnolias Lifetime Neil Meron and Craig Zadan
2014
Mike Tyson: Undisputed Truth HBO Spike Lee and Mike Tyson [11]
Being Mary Jane BET Gabrielle Union, Salim Akil and Mara Brock Akil
Betty and Coretta Lifetime Polly Anthony and Jaja Johnson
CrazySexyCool: The TLC Story VH1 Bill Diggins and Jill Holmes
The Watsons Go to Birmingham Hallmark Tonya Lewis Lee
2015
The Trip to Bountiful Lifetime Bill Haber and Jeff Hayes [12]
A Day Late and a Dollar Short Lifetime Jeffrey M. Hayes
Gun Hill BET Reggie Rock Bythewood
Rosemary's Baby NBC Zoe Saldana, Tom Patricia and Robert Bernacchi
Seasons of Love Lifetime Joshua A. Green and Yaron Schwartzman
2016
Bessie HBO Ron Schmidt [13]
American Crime ABC Ed Tapla and Lori-Etta Taub
The Book of Negroes BET Damon D'Oliveira and Clement Virgo
Luther BBC America Marcus Wilson
Show Me a Hero HBO Gail Mutrux
2017
The People v. O. J. Simpson: American Crime Story FX Chip Vucelich, Alexis Martin Woodall and John Travolta [14]
American Crime ABC Lori-Etta Taub
Confirmation HBO Darren M. Demetre
Love Under New Management: The Miki Howard Story TV One Carl Craig, Teyonah Parris, Ron Robinson and Eric Tomosunas
Roots History Channel Ann Kindberg and Alissa M. Kantrow

References

  1. ^ 2000 Black Reel Awards
  2. ^ 2001 Black Reel Awards
  3. ^ 2002 Black Reel Awards
  4. ^ 2003 Black Reel Awards
  5. ^ 2004 Black Reel Awards
  6. ^ 2005 Black Reel Awards
  7. ^ 2006 Black Reel Awards
  8. ^ 2007 Black Reel Awards
  9. ^ 2012 Black Reel Awards
  10. ^ "Critics Wild About Beasts". Black Reel Awards. February 8, 2013. Retrieved August 1, 2016.
  11. ^ "2014 Black Reel Awards - Nominees". Black Reel Awards. December 11, 2014. Retrieved August 1, 2016.
  12. ^ 2015 Black Reel Awards
  13. ^ 2016 Black Reel Awards
  14. ^ 2017 Black Reel Awards
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