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The Dorian TV Awards, which are voted on by LGBTQ television critics, honored “Hacks,” “I May Destroy You,” “Pose,” “WandaVision” and others on Sunday night. Jean Smart, Michaela Cole, MJ Rodriguez and Kathryn Hahn also earned individual awards for those shows. Find the complete list of winners and nominees below. The winners are highlighted in bold and denoted with an asterisk. There were two ties on the program, which is technically called GALECA: The Society of LGBTQ Entertainment Critics’ “D
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