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46th Annual Daytime Creative Arts Emmy Awards Winners

The National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences (NATAS) today announced the winners of the 46th Annual Daytime Creative Arts Emmy Awards. The gala was held at the Pasadena Civic Auditorium in Pasadena, Southern California.

“Tonight’s awards ceremony is an example of the extraordinary depth and breadth of Daytime television,” said Terry O’Reilly, Chairman, NATAS. “It is with great pleasure that we honor these talented nominees and a special honor to be recognizing Jacques Pepin’s culinary career with our Lifetime Achievement Award.”

Check out the Daytime Creative Arts Emmy Awards winners list below.

Digital Drama

Best Digital Actress

Vanessa Baden Kelly, “Giants”

Best Digital Actor

Kevin Spirtas, “After Forever

Best Digital Supporting Actress

Erin Cherry, “After Forever

Best Digital Supporting Actor

Terrence Terrell, “Giants

Best Digital Guest Performer

Sean Patrick Flannery, “The Bay

Best Digital Writing

After Forever

Best Digital Directing

After Forever

Talk Show

Best Talk/Entertainment
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‘The Young and the Restless’ rules 2019 Daytime Emmys Creative Arts Awards, ‘After Forever’ surges in digital races

‘The Young and the Restless’ rules 2019 Daytime Emmys Creative Arts Awards, ‘After Forever’ surges in digital races
Days of Our Lives” is the Daytime Emmys front-runner for Best Drama Series, according to our racetrack odds, but it was “The Young and the Restless” that ruled the Creative Arts Awards on Sunday night, May 3 (see the complete list of winners here). It took home five trophies in craft categories, more than any other program in any other field. Does that bode well for its chances on Sunday night? Our predictions center is back open, so you can make or update your forecasts here in 21 categories that are yet to be decided.

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‘The Young and the Restless’ Leads Daytime Creative Arts Emmys

The CBS soap opera “The Young and the Restless” led all shows in wins at the 46th Annual Daytime Creative Arts Emmy Awards, which were handed out on Friday night at the Pasadena Civic Auditorium.

The series won five awards, to four for Amazon Prime Video’s “After Forever” and Baobab Studios’ “Crown: The Legend.” Three awards each went to “Days of Our Lives,” “Sesame Street,” “The Ellen DeGeneres Show” and “The Talk.”

CBS was the leading network, with 12 wins, to 10 for Amazon Prime Video, Netflix and PBS.

Also Read: Daytime Emmy Nominations: 'Days of Our Lives,' 'General Hospital' Lead Nominees

The show is a precursor to the Daytime Emmy Awards, which will take place on Sunday, May 5.

Here is the list of winning shows. The full list of individual winners in each category can be found at the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences website.
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Vr Startup Baobab Studios Just Won Two Daytime Emmys

  • Variety
Baobab Studios, the Vr startup best known for its 2016 animated short “Invasion,” has won 2 Daytime Emmys for outstanding individual achievements in animation for its latest Vr short “Crow: The Legend,” the Television Academy announced Wednesday morning. Baobab character designer Kal Athannassov won the individual achievement award for character design, while Baobab art designer Cody Gramstad was recognized for production design.

The startup won the two Emmys alongside 2 outstanding individual achievement awards in animation given to Disney Channel, as well as one each to Netflix and Amazon Prime Video.

“We are just really honored to be recognized alongside so many companies that we love and look up to,” said Baobab CEO Maureen Fan in an interview with Variety. “We are proud of Baobab’s passionate and dedicated artists and engineers who have pushed the artistry of using real-time rendering, and enormously gratified by these Emmy wins.”

So why do the Emmys
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2019 Annie Awards winners: Full list led by ‘Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse,’ ‘Bojack Horseman’

Winners of the 46th annual Annie Awards were revealed on Feb. 2, 2019 at UCLA’s Royce Hall in Los Angeles, California. “Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse” won all seven of its races including Best Studio Animated Feature. Its main Oscar rival for that award, ‘Incredibles 2,” took just 2 of its leading 11 bids. The Annies, which hand out awards in 32 categories, are presented by the Hollywood chapter of the International Animated Film Assn. Scroll down for the full list of winners (and complete roster of nominees).

In addition to the competitive awards, honorary Windsor McKay awards were presented honoring career achievement and exceptional contributions to animation by director, animator and art director Ralph Eggleston, voice director and voice actress Andrea Romano and, posthumously, to Frank Braxton, the first African-American animator, animation director and guild president. The Ub Iwerks Award was presented to Ton Roosendaal for developing Blender Open Source Animation Software while the
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2019 Annie Awards nominations: Full list led by ‘Incredibles 2’ and ‘Ralph Breaks the Internet’

Nominations for the 46th annual Annie Awards were announced on Dec. 3, 2018 and winners will be revealed on Feb. 2, 2018 at UCLA’s Royce Hall in Los Angeles, California. Pixar’s “Incredibles 2,” which is the frontrunner at the Oscars, leads with 11 nominations while Disney’s “Ralph Breaks the Internet” is right behind with 10. The Annie Awards cover 32 categories and are presented by the Hollywood chapter of the International Animated Film Association. Scroll down to see the full list of nominations.

In addition to the competitive awards, honorary Windsor McKay awards will be presented honoring career achievement and exceptional contributions to animation by director, animator and art director Ralph Eggleston, voice director and voice actress Andrea Romano and, posthumously, to Frank Braxton, the first African-American animator, animation director and guild president. The Ub Iwerks Award will be presented to Ton Roosendaal for developing Blender Open Source Animation Software while the June Foray
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‘Incredibles 2,’ ‘Ralph Breaks the Internet’ Top Annie Awards Nominations

  • Variety
Pixar’s “Incredibles 2” and Disney’s “Ralph Breaks the Internet” topped the 46th annual Annie Awards nominations with 11 and 10, respectively. All told, the Walt Disney Company, which owns Pixar, snapped up a total of 42 nominations among a wide array of film and TV projects.

Joining “Incredibles 2” and “Ralph” in the contest for best animated feature are Aardman Animations’ “Early Man,” Wes Anderson’s stop-motion “Isle of Dogs” and Sony Pictures Animation’s “Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse.”

In addition to its bid for animated feature, “Incredibles 2” picked up nominations for director (Brad Bird), animated effects, character animation, character design, music, voice acting (Holly Hunter); writing (Bird), editorial and two for storyboarding.

Additional nominations for “Ralph” include director (Rich Moore and Phil Johnston); animated effects, character animation, character design, music, storyboarding, voice acting (Sarah Silverman), writing (Johnston and Pamela Ribon) and editorial.

In addition to Bird, Moore and Johnston,
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‘Incredibles 2,’ ‘Ralph Breaks the Internet’ Are Top Toons in Annie Awards Nominations

  • The Wrap
Two sequels from Disney/Pixar, “Incredibles 2” and “Ralph Breaks the Internet,” led all films in nominations for the 46th Annual Annie Awards, the top prizes given out in the field of animation.

In nominations announced on Monday morning by Asifa-Hollywood, Brad Bird’s “Incredibles 2,” a Pixar Animation Studios film, landed 11 nominations, including Best Animated Feature, Best Directing in an Animated Feature Production and Best Writing in an Animated Feature Production. Phil Johnston and Rich Moore’s “Ralph Breaks the Internet,” from Walt Disney Animation Studios, received 10 nominations.

Aardman Animation’s “Early Man” and Sony Pictures Animation’s “Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse” each received seven nominations, while Wes Anderson’s “Isle of Dogs” received four.

Also Read: 'Incredibles 2' Film Review: Pixar's Superhero Family Is Back, Baby - and What a Baby

“Mary Poppins Returns,” a live-action film that features an extended sequence of hand-drawn animation,
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Amazon Prime schedule: Here’s what is coming and leaving in July 2018

Amazon Prime has confirmed that several of its original series will be debuting new episodes on the streaming service in July, including the first seasons of both the Indian reality competition series “Comicstaan” and the Tour de France travelogue “Eat.Race.Win” and season 4 of the charming children’s series “Tumble Leaf.”

And there will also be new to Amazon Prime seasons of some of your favorites from other networks, including the final episodes of the Emmy-winning FX drama “The Americans,” all 12 seasons of the groundbreaking police drama “NYPD Blue” and all seven seasons of the Kyra Sedgwick crime series “The Closer.”

Likewise, there will be plenty of movies making their first appearances on Amazon Prime including the four films in the “Jaws” franchise and the Oscar-winning “Breakfast at Tiffany’s.”

See Netflix schedule: Here’s what is coming and leaving in July

Available July 1

21 Jump Street (Seasons 1-2)

Burn
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Here Are the New Titles Amazon Prime Members Can Stream in July

  • The Wrap
Amazon Prime members who like tragic spies, sparkle vampires, being-depressed-about-global-warming or old school television have plenty to look forward to in July, as the streaming service is adding a ton of new movies and TV shows.

On the TV front, three new Prime Originals come this month, including Indian stand up series “Comicstaan” on July 13, “Tumble Leaf” on July 24, and “Eat. Race. Win,” a behind-the-scenes look of the Tour de France landing July 27.

The streaming service is also giving members a visit from the Ghost of TV Past on July 1 when it adds undercover-cops-in-high-school Fox series “21 Jump Street,” the complete run of USA Network’s “Burn Notice,” and all 12 seasons of ’90s cop drama “NYPD Blue,” among others.

And skipping ahead to month’s end, “The Americans” season 6 lands on Prime July 29.

Meanwhile, on July 1 Prime Video is also adding a few classics to its film library, including “American Psycho,
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Lore Renewed for a Second Season by Amazon Prime Video

  • DailyDead
If you enjoyed watching podcast host Aaron Mahnke's stranger-than-fiction historical stories come to life on the first season of Lore, then you'll be pleased to know that Amazon has renewed the anthology series for a second season:

Press Release: Seattle -- Feb. 26, 2018-- (Nasdaq: Amzn)—Amazon announced today it has greenlit a second season of the critically-acclaimed Prime Original series Lore. Season one of the supernatural series, adapted from Aaron Mahnke’s award-winning podcast of the same name, is now available exclusively on Prime Video in more than 200 countries and territories. Sean Crouch (The Exorcist, Numb3rs) is taking over showrunner duties for season two.

From Executive Producers Ben Silverman (The Office), Howard T. Owens (Killing Kennedy), Gale Anne Hurd (The Walking Dead), Brett-Patrick Jenkins (Face Off), Jon Halperin and Mark Mannucci (A Year in Space), Lore explores the real-life frightening and disturbing tales that give rise to modern-day myths and legends.
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2018 Daytime Emmys: Society of Composers and Lyricists showcases composers including Grammy winner Lisa Loeb

2018 Daytime Emmys: Society of Composers and Lyricists showcases composers including Grammy winner Lisa Loeb
The Society of Composers and Lyricists hosted a panel discussion at La’s Landmark Regent Theater on Feb. 6 to showcase Daytime Emmy Awards hopefuls who write music for children’s animated programs. The four composers taking part were Grammy-winner Lisa Loeb (“If You Give a Mouse a Cookie”), Jim Lang (“Hey Arnold: The Jungle Movie” and “Ready Jet Go!”), Lisbeth Scott (“Tumble Leaf”) and Jake Monaco (“The Stinky and Dirty Show” and “Dinotrux”). Also adding insight was Emmy-winning music supervisor Rossanna Wright (“The Stinky and Dirty Show” and “If You Give a Mouse a Cookie”).

“An important thing to remember is kids hold onto these songs for life,” said Wright, a Daytime Emmy winner for her work on “The Snowy Day” (Best Music Direction and Composition in 2017). When asked during the audience Q&A for advice to aspiring composers and songwriters she encouraged the tunesmiths to “watch the show that you want to work in.
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Amazon Prime Video Is Finally Available On Apple TV

Amazon has announced that its streaming service ‘Prime Video’ is now available on Apple TV. The service is available on Apple TV 4K and previous generations of Apple TV in over 100 countries.

Prime Video members now have even more ways to stream award-winning and critically-acclaimed titles including Amazon Original Movies, Prime Originals, Hollywood blockbusters, TV series and over 95 Channel subscriptions in the UK, Germany and Austria and 140 in the Us. Starting tomorrow, customers can enjoy Thursday Night Football live on Apple TV 4K and Apple TV. Amazon’s library of 4K High Dynamic Range (Hdr) titles are available on Apple TV 4K. Finding content on Prime Video is remarkably easy for Apple TV viewers with the Apple TV App, Siri Remote and universal search in select countries.

“There is nothing that excites us more than delighting our customers, and we are thrilled for them to stream Prime Video on Apple TV,
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Amazon Officially Announces The Lord Of The Rings Prequel Series After Acquiring Worldwide TV Rights to the Franchise

  • DailyDead
Are you ready to go back to Middle-earth? Amazon has acquired worldwide TV rights to J.R.R. Tolkien's The Lord of the Rings franchise and is moving forward with a multi-season prequel TV series that will take place before the events of The Fellowship of the Ring (with a potential spinoff series also in the works):

We have the official press release with more details below. There's no word yet if any of the characters from Peter Jackson's The Hobbit or The Lord of the Rings films will appear in the TV series, but we'll be sure to keep you posted on further updates.

Press Release: Seattle--(Nasdaq: Amzn)—Amazon today announced it has acquired the global television rights to The Lord of the Rings, based on the celebrated fantasy novels by J.R.R. Tolkien, with a multi-season commitment. The upcoming Amazon Prime Original will be produced by Amazon Studios
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Amazon’s Lore Series to Premiere on Prime Video on Friday, October 13th, New Teaser Video Revealed

Many have heard the stranger-than-fiction stories on Aaron Mahnke's podcast, and soon it will be time to see some of them come to life on Amazon's new series Lore, premiering on Prime Video beginning Friday, October 13th, and you can watch a new teaser video for the new series right now.

Press Release: Seattle--Aug. 29, 2017-- (Nasdaq:amzn)—Amazon announced today the Amazon Original Series Lore will premiere on Friday, October 13 on Prime Video. Based on the popular podcast of the same name, which has an average of five million monthly listens, the anthology series presents the frightening and often disturbing tales based on real people and events that have led to our modern-day myths and legends. All six episodes of the series, from Executive Producers Ben Silverman (The Office), Howard T. Owens (The Biggest Loser), Gale Anne Hurd (The Walking Dead), Brett-Patrick Jenkins (Face Off), Glen Morgan (X-Files), Jon Halperin
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Robert Kirkman & Skybound Entertainment Teaming Up with Amazon to Develop New Projects for Prime Video

With The Walking Dead, Fear The Walking Dead, and Outcast, Robert Kirkman has spearheaded horror entertainment on AMC and Cinemax, and now Kirkman, along with Skybound Entertainment (which he co-founded with David Alpert), is turning his attention to Amazon Studios to develop new TV series for Prime Video:

Press Release: Seattle—Aug 11, 2017—(Nasdaq: Amzn)—Amazon today announced it has closed an overall deal with prolific creator Robert Kirkman (The Walking Dead, Invincible) and a first-look deal with Kirkman’s Skybound Entertainment, co-founded by longtime collaborator David Alpert. Kirkman and Skybound—the entities behind television hits The Walking Dead, Fear the Walking Dead and Outcast—will develop television projects to debut exclusively on Prime Video. This collaboration comes on the heels of Amazon Studios’ new expanded push into science fiction, fantasy and horror programming. Skybound Entertainment’s co-presidents of film and television, Bryan and Sean Furst, will oversee the Amazon project
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Newswire: Here’s what’s coming to Amazon Prime in August

Channing Tatum’s weirdo Romanian cop parody Comrade Detective is coming to Amazon Prime on August 4—and you can see a new trailer for it right here—but it’s not the only new content that subscribers will be able to stream while enjoying their free shipping and exclusive sales. They’ll also be getting the reboot of cult superhero hit The Tick, kid shows Lost In Oz and Tumble Leaf, and a whole bunch of movies including Superbad, Florence Foster Jenkins, and five of the Saw movies. (If you want to see Saw VI or Saw VII, they’re already available on Prime.)

The full list of new movies and TV shows is below, and if you’d rather get this information in a video, Amazon has shared a sizzle reel as well.

Available August 1

All Dogs Go To Heaven

Among Friends

Bad Boys (1983)

Bad Company ...
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Tumble Leaf: Season Three; Amazon Releases Trailer Ahead of August Release Date

"Let's save the day with play." Amazon has released a new trailer for season three of the children's TV show Tumble Leaf.The award-winning animated series "follows Fig, a small blue fox, who lives in a whimsical land where he discovers adventure and friendship around every bend." The new season will introduce new characters, including Pebble the spider, Bonsai the whale, and Bird of Paradise.Read More…
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Zootopia leads winners of the 2017 Annie Awards

The 44th annual Annie Awards took place this past weekend, with Disney’s Zootopia the big winner on the night, collecting six honours in total including Best Animated Feature and Best Directing in an Animated Feature Production.

Disney also celebrated wins for Voice Acting in an Animated Feature Production (a tie between Zootopia’s Jason Bateman and Moana’s Auli’i Cravalho), Best Animated Short (Disney-Pixar’s Piper), and Editorial in a TV/Broadcast Production (Disney Mikey Mouse). Check out a full list of winners in all the categories here…

Best Animated Feature

Zootopia

Walt Disney Animation Studios

Best Animated Special Production

Pear Cider and Cigarettes

Massive Swerve Studios and Passion Pictures Animation

Best Animated Short Subject

“Piper”

Pixar Animation Studios

Best Animated Television/Broadcast Commercial

“Loteria ‘Night Shift’”

Passion Pictures Ltd

Best General Audience Animated Television/Broadcast Production

“Bob’s Burgers”

Episode: Glued, Where’s My Bob?

Bento Box
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Annie Awards: ‘Zootopia,’ ‘The Red Turtle’ Take Animated Feature, Indie Honors

  • Indiewire
Annie Awards: ‘Zootopia,’ ‘The Red Turtle’ Take Animated Feature, Indie Honors
Zootopia,” Disney’s zeitgeist-grabbing, Oscar frontrunner, took best animated feature honors Saturday at Asifa-Hollywood’s 44th Annie Awards, at UCLA’s Royce Hall. The Studio Ghibli co-production, “The Red Turtle,” meanwhile, won best indie feature.

Overall, “Zootopia” grabbed six Annies, which also included directing (Byron Howard & Rich Moore), writing (Jared Bush & Phil Johnston), storyboarding, character design, and voice acting (Jason Bateman).

Laika’s stop-motion “Kubo and the Two Strings” earned three awards (character animation, production design, and editorial), along with Guillermo del Toro’s “Trollhunters,” the DreamWorks/Netflix series (character design, character animation, and storyboarding), and the “Pearl” Vr short from Google Spotlight. Within TV/Broadcasting, the Oscar contender took direction (Oscar winner Patrick Osborne), production design, and music.

Disney’s “Moana” was the other big feature winner, collecting two Annies for animated effects and voice acting (Auli’i Cravalho, who tied with Bateman).

Other honors went to Pixar’s lovely,
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