David Seidler’s The King’s Speech and an episode of Friday Night Lights penned by Jason Katims were among the winners of the Humanitas Prize, which were unveiled today during a ceremony at Montage Beverly Hills. A total of 11 winners received took home a total of $85,000 in prize money for films and TV shows that “entertain, engage and enrich the viewing public.” The organization also bestowed its Kieser Award to Gary David Goldberg. Here’s the full list of winners:

Feature Film Category ($10,000)
David Seidler: THE KING’S SPEECH

90 Minute Category ($10,000)
George Stevens, Jr.: THURGOOD

60 Minute Category ($10,000)
Jason Katims.: FRIDAY NIGHT LIGHTS “Always”

30 Minute Category ($10,000)
Abraham Higginbotham: MODERN FAMILY “The Kiss”

Sundance Feature Film Category ($10,000)
Thomas McCarthy: WIN WIN

Children’s Animation Category ($10,000)
Jonathan Groff & Jon Pollack: KUNG FU PANDA

The HUMANITAS Documentary Award – Sponsored by OWN ($5,000)
Greg Jacobs & Jon Siskel: LOUDER THAN A BOMB

The David & Lynn Angell Fellowship in Comedy Writing ($10,000)
Robin W. Morton: Spec Script of MODERN FAMILY “Life is Beautiful” (UCLA)

The HUMANITAS Student Drama Fellowship ($10,000)
Amy Ripley: Original Script of INKLINGS “Pilot” (USC)