It will be a starry, starry night for the Dorian TV Awards.
Janelle Monáe, Laverne Cox, Billy Porter, Dan Levy, Hugh Jackman, Regina King, and John Oliver are among the world-class entertainers joining GALECA: The Society of LGBTQ Entertainment Critics.
Hosted by Karel, the two-hour awards ceremony will be digital, airing Sunday on Revry, an LGBTQ+ network streaming via app.
The inaugural special, officially titled Dorians TV Toast 2020 on Revry, features the nominations from the past year of television selected by GALECA's members.
The most-nominated productions include Pop TV's Schitt's Creek (7), Netflix's Hollywood (6), HBO's Bad Education (4), HBO's Watchmen (4), Netflix's The Crown (3), Netflix's Dead to Me (3), FX's Mrs. America (3), and FX's What We Do in the Shadows (3).
Monáe and Porter are also among the nominees for TV Musical Performance of the Year; they performed together during this year's showstopping Oscars opener.
The LGBTQ+ organization will be honoring "the best, most visually stunning and even campiest of the past TV season" at the event, according to a release. Winners will accept awards via virtual acceptance videos, and members will discuss the year's highlights and controversies, including Tiger King and the Twitter history of Randy Rainbow.
Find more information and the full list of nominees at DoriansToast.com.