Sort Of, a HBO Max comedy based on Bilal Baig and Fab Filippo, has won the best comedy accolade as the Screenwriting for the Writers Guild of Canada were handed out during a virtual ceremony on Monday night.
Baig is also involved in Sort Of, a nonbinary millennial juggling career as a bartender in an LGBTQ bookstore/bar, the youngest child in a Pakistani family, and the de facto parent of a downtown hipster family.
The police procedural Pretty Hard Cases, which is now available on Amazon Freevee (formerly IMDBTV), was the best drama trophy during the WGC's 26th annual awards ceremony.
The best feature was awarded for Michael McGowan's, while as Gouda's Tree was given the best preschool series prize for Elinor Wonders Why, according to James Phillips. A panel of directors for Maddi Patton's My Pride: The Series finalists selected the best shorts and webseries awards, and the best tweens and teens series was given by Amanda Joy.
Anthony Q. Farrell, the creator of The Office's latest series, Overlord and the Underwoods, is going to Hulu this summer.