FX's"Justified," CBS' "The Good Wife," and TNT's "Men of a Certain Age" were honored among a record 39 recipients of the 2010 Peabody Awards, the University of Georgia Grady College of Journalism and Mass Communication announced Thursday. Selected by the Peabody board as the best in electronic media, the winners were named in a ceremony on the University of Georgia campus.
Other awards went to HBO's biopic "Temple Grandin" and the World War II epic "The Pacific," Masterpiece/Mystery's Sherlock Holmes update "Sherlock: A Study in Pink." Teen Nick's "Degrassi" was honored for its two-part episode "My Body Is a Cage," which focused on a transgender teenager.
Documentary honorees included Spike Lee's chronicle of New Orleans' post-Katrina recovery "If God Is Willing and Da Creek Don't Rise," the solar system showcase "Wonders of the Solar System with Brian Cox," the Magic Johnson-Larry Bird film "Magic and Bird: A Courtship of Rivals," the Independent Lens documentary "Reel Injun: On the Trail of the Hollywood Indian," and "30 for 30," a collection of sports documentaries commissioned by ESPN for its 30th anniversary.
In the news categories, CNN was honored for its coverage of the Gulf of Mexico oil spill.
See the full list after the jump.