Steven Universe Nominated For FOX Teen Choice 2017 Award

Steven Universe Nominated For FOX Teen Choice 2017 Award

Steven Universe Nominated For FOX Teen Choice 2017 Award

FOX in the United States has released their nominations for Teen Choice Awards 2017 and Cartoon Network’s Steven Universe has been nominated in the Best Animated Show category, along with Adult Swim’s Rick and Morty and third-party acquisition – Sonic Boom which airs on the Boomerang TV channel in the United States. Congratulations and best of luck to Rebecca Sugar and the Crewniverse and to Justin Roiland, Dan Harmon and the Rick and Morty production team.

The Teen Choice awards is an annual event the celebrates biggest achievements in music, film, sports, television, fashion, and more, voted by viewers aged between 13 and 20 years old. To vote for either Steven Universe, Rick and Morty or Sonic Boom, use the hashtag #ChoiceAnimatedTVShow along with the name of the show you want to vote for, or alternately visit the voting section of the Teen Choice Awards website http://teenchoice.votenow.tv (website only accessible within the United States). In the category, there is some tough competition with the likes of FOX’s Family Guy and Bob’s Burgers and Disney’s Gravity Falls, so every vote is important. The awards ceremony will take place on Sunday 13th August and will air live on FOX at 8pm-10pm.

For more information about the FOX Teen Choice Awards 2017 and to vote for your favourites from the last 12 months, click the link below:

http://www.teenchoice.com

Cartoon Network Studios Welcome To My Life Emmy Nomination Voting

Cartoon Network Studios Welcome To My Life Emmy Nomination Voting

Cartoon Network Studios Welcome To My Life Emmy Nomination Voting

Elizabeth Ito, the creator of the Cartoon Network Studios’ animated pilot – Welcome To My Life has been encouraging people who are members of ATAS (The Academy of Television Arts & Sciences) to pledge a vote of support during the 2017 Creative Arts Emmy “For Your Consideration” nomination voting stage (running from Monday 12th June to Monday 26th June 2017), so if you are an academy member, please spend nine minutes to watch the pilot, and give it a vote if you like it.

Since its internet debut in April, Welcome To My Life has grabbed the attention of animation fans everywhere and the pilot has been watched over 1.6 million times on YouTube. Welcome to My Life follows the life of a young American monster named Douglas (nicknamed T-Kesh). However, it’s not easy for a monster to live alongside humans; even though to his classmates he appears to be a monster but really he’s a human in the inside. The short is formatted as a “mockumentary” and is an insight of someone’s life who struggles with their differences.

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Cartoon Network Studios Infinity Train Emmy Nomination Voting

Cartoon Network Studios Infinity Train Emmy Nomination Voting

Cartoon Network Studios Infinity Train Emmy Nomination Voting

Owen Dennis, the creator of the Cartoon Network Studios’ animated pilot – Infinity Train has been encouraging people who are members of ATAS (The Academy of Television Arts & Sciences) to pledge a vote of support during the 2017 Creative Arts Emmy “For Your Consideration” nomination voting stage (running from Monday 12th June to Monday 26th June 2017), so if you are an academy member, please set aside nine minutes of your time to watch the pilot, and give it a vote if you like it.

Since its internet debut last November, Infinity Train has grabbed the attention of animation fans everywhere and the pilot has been watched over 2 million times on YouTube. Infinity Train is about a young girl named Tulip and her companion One-One, made up of two halfs – Glad-One and Sad-One, both go on a journey through a seemingly infinite train with limitless possibilities to find a way to Tulip’s home.

http://www.emmys.com/online-voting