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Television Academy Honors salutes 'Harry's Law,' other projects

April 10, 2012 |  3:10 pm

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The fifth annual Television Academy Honors, created to celebrate projects that use the power of television to create positive social change, will salute several projects, including NBC's "Harry's Law" and TNT's canceled "Men of a Certain Age."

The awards, sponsored by the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences, were announced by Dana Delaney, who will host the awards ceremony May 2 at the Beverly Hills Hotel.

Honorees include the "Head Games" episode of "Harry's Law," which dealt with football-related head injuries to young athletes, and the "Let The Sunshine In" episode of "Men of A Certain Age," which underscored the importance of males of getting annual checkups to address health issues early.

Other shows being honored include HBO's documentary "Hot Coffee," PBS' "Women, War & Peace" and FX's "Rescue Me."

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--Greg Braxton

Photo: Kathy Bates in "Harry's Law." Credit: Jordan Althaus / NBC

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