Hulu, NBC, Netflix, John Walsh among CrimeCon 2024 Clue Award winners

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Hulu, NBC, Netflix, Black and Missing, Hachette Books and CBC Podcasts were among the winners Saturday night at the CrimeCon convention’s annual Clue Awards.

Among the top honors, Dateline NBC’s “The Murdaugh Murders: Inside the Investigation” was named outstanding docuseries, while Huly’s “Me Hereafter” was a top episodic series and Netflix’s “Cyberbunker: The Criminal Underworld” was a top documentary film.

John Walsh, host and creator of America’s Most Wanted, accepted the Crimefighter of the Year award, presented to him last year by the program’s winner, The Gabby Petito Foundation. Also awarded the “America’s Greatest Detective” honor was Laura Tierney, senior investigator with the U.S. Marshals Service in the Missing Children Unit. Kimberly Arnold and Katie Mitchell, co-hosts of the Dateline recap podcast “A Date with Dateline,” won Clue’s “People’s Choice Awards: Creator of the Year” honor.

NewsNation anchor Ashleigh Banfield hosted the ceremony. The winners in the 2024 Clue Award categories – television, podcasting, film and publishing – are:

TV: excellent docuseries

  • “The Murdaugh Murders: Inside the Investigation” (NBC)

TV: Excellent episodic series

  • “I Afterlife” (Hulu)
    • Produced by Committee Films and ABC News Studios

Book of the year

  • “Trail of the Lost: The Relentless Quest to Bring Home the Missing Hikers of the Pacific Crest Trail” (Hachette Books)
    • Written by Andrea Lankford

Excellent documentary film

  • “Cyberbunker: The Criminal Underworld” (Netflix)

Podcast: Excellent episodic series

  • “Untold Stories: Black and Missing”
    • Produced by Black and Missing Enterprises

Podcast: Excellent podcast docuseries

  • “Someone Knows Something”

View the full list of nominees here. The winners will be determined by CrimeCon’s panel of producers, network and streaming executives, along with other creatives and industry leaders, from companies including NBCU, Wondery, Simon & Schuster, Campfire Studios, Tenderfoot TV and the National Center for Victims of Crime.

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This year’s CrimeCon will take place from May 31 to June 2 at the Gaylord Opryland Resort & Convention Center in Nashville.

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