The Producers Guild of America (PGA) Producers Guild Awards were held over the weekend, recognizing achievement in motion pictures and television, including a number of feature docs, docuseries and reality TV shows.
The documentary motion picture award went to Morgan Neville‘s critical and commercial darling Won’t You Be My Neighbor?, in a category that included The Dawn Wall, Free Solo, Hal, Into the Okavango, RBG and Three Identical Strangers.
CNN’s Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown (pictured), meanwhile, took the prize in the non-fiction television category, with the award going to producers Anthony Bourdain, Christopher Collins, Lydia Tenaglia, Sandra Zweig. Other series in contention were 30 for 30 (ESPN), Leah Remini: Scientology and the Aftermath (A&E), Queer Eye (Netflix) and Wild Wild Country (Netflix).
Jerry Seinfeld’s Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee for Netflix took home the short-form program award, over fellow nominees Biography: History, Herstory and Her America: 50 Women, 50 States, both for Lifetime; Carpool Karaoke: The Series for Apple; and Kevin Hart: What The Fit for YouTube.
The sports program award went to HBO’s Being Serena, which came up victorious against ESPN’s E:60 and SportsCenter with Scott Van Pelt; and HBO’s Hard Knocks: Training Camp With the Cleveland Browns and Real Sports With Bryant Gumbel.
The awards were announced on Saturday (Jan. 19) at The Beverly Hilton hotel in Los Angeles.