Adult Swim’s Rick And Morty And Robot Chicken Win Creative Arts Emmy 2018 Awards

Adult Swim's Rick And Morty And Robot Chicken Win Creative Arts Emmy 2018 Awards

Adult Swim’s Rick And Morty And Robot Chicken Win Creative Arts Emmy 2018 Awards

Last night (8th September) was the first night of the Creative Arts Emmy Awards 2018 ceremony at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles, at this year’s awards, Cartoon Network’s young adult entertainment brand – Adult Swim walked away with two awards, with the popular animated series – Rick and Morty winning the “Outstanding Animated Program” award for the episode – Pickle Rick and the stop-motion animated comedy – Robot Chicken winning the award for “Outstanding Short Form Animated Program” for last year’s Christmas special – “Freshly Baked: The Robot Chicken Santa Claus Pot Cookie Freakout Special: Special Edition”.

In the “Outstanding Animated Program” category – Rick and Morty beat Disney XD’s Big Hero 6: The Series special episode – Baymax Returns, FOX’s Bob’s Burgers, FOX’s The Simpsons and Comedy Central’s South Park. Meanwhile in the “Outstanding Short Form Animated Program” category, Robot Chicken beaten Cartoon Network’s daytime family-friendly shows such as Adventure Time, Steven Universe, We Bare Bears and Teen Titans Go!.

Congratulations to Robot Chicken show creators – Seth Green and Matthew Senreich and also the production teams at Stoopid Buddy Stoodios and Williams Street/Adult Swim. Also, congratulations to Rick and Morty creators – Justin Roiland and Dan Harmon and to their production teams at Rick and Morty, LLC and also Williams Street/Adult Swim. At present, the only outstanding category that has received an Adult Swim nomination is “Outstanding Creative Achievement In Interactive Media Within A Scripted Program” for the Rick and Morty themed virtual reality game – Virtual Rick-ality, the winner of this category will be announced tonight (9th September).

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More info about Cartoon Network’s Creative Arts Emmys 2018 “Outstanding Individual Achievement in Animation” winners can be found on the link below:

https://www.regularcapital.com/2018/08/cartoon-network-creative-arts-emmys-2018-outstanding-individual-achievement-in-animation-winners/

https://www.emmys.com/awards/nominees-winners/2018/outstanding-animated-program

https://www.emmys.com/awards/nominees-winners/2018/outstanding-short-format-animated-program

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We Bare Bears Wins 2018 Annie Award For Best Animated Television Production For Children

We Bare Bears Wins 2018 Annie Award For Best Animated Television Production For Children

We Bare Bears Wins 2018 Annie Award For Best Animated Television Production For Children

Last night (03/02/2018), was the 2018 Annie Awards which was held at Royce Hall at UCLA (University of California, Los Angeles) and Cartoon Network Studios’ We Bare Bears won an award for “Best Animated Television/Broadcast Production For Children”, more specifically, the show won the award for the episode “Panda’s Art”. The Annie Awards is an annual awards ceremony to honor exceptional animated productions and also honor individuals who have made significant contributions to the art of animation, an Annie Award is a highly regarded accolade for excellence in the field of animation.

In the episode “Panda’s Art”, Panda paints a picture of Charlie, an art curator is impressed by Panda’s work and want the painting as part of an exhibit, but there’s one problem, Charlie now has the painting, leaving Panda in the awkward situation of taking back a gift from a friend. The same episode was also previewed at the We Bare Bears screening event at BAFTA Piccadilly in London, UK in October last year.

Congratulations to the show’s creator – Daniel Chong and to the show’s production crew for winning the award, although the after party was somewhat low-key, at least Daniel had Ice Bear for company. 😀

It was also a fantastic night for Adult Swim – Cartoon Network USA’s night-time young adult entertainment programming block won five awards, more specifically for Rick and Morty and Samurai Jack.

Rick and Morty won the “Best General Audience Animated Television/Broadcast Production” award for the episode “Pickle Rick”, also Rick and Morty episode writers Ryan Ridley and Dan Guterman won an award for “Outstanding Achievement for Writing in an Animated Television/Broadcast Production” for the episode “The Ricklantis Mixup”.

Adult Swim’s and Cartoon Network Studios’ Samurai Jack has won three personal achievement awards, Craig Kellman won an award for “Outstanding Achievement for Character Design in an Animated Television / Broadcast Production” category for his work on episode “XCVI”, Scott Wills won an award for “Outstanding Achievement for Production Design in an Animated Television/Broadcast Production” for episode “XCIII” and Paul Douglas won an award for “Outstanding Achievement for Editorial in an Animated Television/Broadcast Production” for episodes “XCIII”, “XCIV” and “XCIX”.

A list of this year’s winners can be viewed on the Annie Awards website:

https://annieawards.org/nominees

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Hot Streets A Brand New Animated Show Coming To Adult Swim USA 14th January

Hot Streets A Brand New Animated Show Coming To Adult Swim USA 14th January

Hot Streets A Brand New Animated Show Coming To Adult Swim USA 14th January

On Sunday 14th January at midnight ET/PT (technically Monday 15th January at 12am ET/PT), Adult Swim will be airing a brand new animated comedy called “Hot Streets”. The show follows he investigative work by an FBI agent named Mark Branski, his partner, David French, Mark’s niece – Jen and a cowardly talking dog named Chubbie Webbers, together as a team, they investigate paranormal phenomena. The brand new show is created by Brian Wysol, who also worked on the second season of Rick and Morty as a story editor and also worked on Robot Chicken as a writer.

The new show is a co-production between Adult Swim’s Williams Street studio, Stoopid Buddy Stoodios (the studio that also produces Robot Chicken) and Justin Roiland’s Solo Vanity Card Productions! (owned by the co-creator of Rick and Morty – Justin Roiland). Robot Chicken’s Seth Green and Matthew Senreich also serve as executive producers along with Justin Roiland, who also voices Chubbie Webbers in the new show.

New Show Promo for Hot Streets:

http://www.adultswim.com/videos/hot-streets/