Four previous winners from broadcast tv and a stand-alone special from Netflix make up this year’s field of nominees.
Netflix’s ‘Entergalactic’ is the only newcomer among this year’s outstanding animated program nominees.
Creator Genndy Tartakovsky has also shared details about two other projects he’s working on, Unicorn: Warriors Eternal and Fixed.
Robert Valley’s short “Ice” has now picked up three Emmys during the 2021 cycle.
Disney legend Nik Ranieri has also won for his character layout work on “The Simpsons.”
Netflix and Disney+ dominate the animation and vfx categories with six nominations apiece.
As had been expected, “Soul” and “Wolfwalkers” traded awards back and forth for much of the evening.
The critically acclaimed “Bojack Horseman” ended its six-season run without ever having won an Emmy Award.
Meanwhile, the second half of the first season will premiere on October 4.
The Emmys showed their appreciation for the artistry of Genndy Tartakovsky’s series “Primal.”
The veteran director talks to us about “Primal,” his series-turned-feature, currently in the running for an Oscar.
The previous record was 27 features for the 2017 Academy Awards.
Could Tartakovsky get an Oscar nomination for his new series, “Primal”?
Warning: It’s bloody!