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Transgender show wins International Kids Emmy for best live-action series

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Transgender show wins International Kids Emmy for best live-action series

Luke Gentile October 12, 05:12 PMOctober 12, 05:12 PM

First Day, an Australian miniseries that tells the tale of a transgender girl making her way through high school, won best live-action series Tuesday at the 2021 International Kids Emmy Awards.

The show stars transgender actor Evie Macdonald, a biological male who identifies as female, as 12-year-old transgender girl Hannah.

First Day can be seen in the United States on Hulu and has been praised for its representation of the transgender struggle.

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The show has been hailed as the watershed presentation of the transgender community on television.

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First Day was recognized during an online presentation on the International Emmy website.

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