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‘The Inspectors’ wins three Telly Awards

”The Inspectors” has won three Telly Awards.
”The Inspectors” has won three Telly Awards.

“The Inspectors” is on an award-winning roll.

The CBS drama about the Postal Inspection Service has won three Telly Awards, adding to the show’s growing catalog of awards and nominations.

The Tellys have two award levels: silver and bronze. “The Inspectors” received a silver in the children’s category and bronze awards for set design and lighting.

The Tellys honor film and video productions, online commercials and local, regional and cable TV commercials and programs.

The most recent competition drew more than 13,000 entries from around the world.

“The Inspectors” star Jessica Lundy won a Daytime Emmy last month for her performance as Postal Inspector Amanda Wainwright.

The series has also been honored with two Cynopsis Media Social Good Awards and a Parents’ Choice Recommended Award.

Additionally, Common Sense Media, a site that rates family entertainment, has given “The Inspectors” a 4 out of 5 rating for viewers ages 7 and older.

“The Inspectors” was recently renewed for a second season and will air new episodes in the fall.

CBS stations air the show at varying times on Saturday mornings. The CBS Dream Team site offers local air times and past episodes.

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