Apple TV +: children’s shows nominated for 17 Daytime Emmy

This year Apple TV + has received 17 nominations at the Emmy Awards in four different programs: “Ghostwriter“, “Helpsters“, “Peanuts in Space: Secrets of the Apollo 10” and “Snoopy in Space“.

It is not surprising that the commitment of Apple in bringing programming to kids high-quality on the Apple TV + has helped them to collect the nominations – 17 nominations in total – for their performances, suitable for children.

Ghostwriter

“Ghostwriter” is a remake of the classic PBS in the early ’90s with a new twist. This time, the characters help save the classic literary characters.

  • The writing is exceptional for a program for children or young adults
  • Directed exceptional for a program for children or young adults
  • Main title and graphics are exceptional for a program of live action
  • Excellent management of the lighting
  • The cinematography is exceptional
  • Outstanding sound editing for a program of live action
  • Design / exceptional style of the costume
  • Exceptional costume, makeup, and hairstyles with special effects

Helpsters

The Helpsters are monsters that love to help you anyway, anywhere, anytime, and anyone can. “Helpsters“, the show, has the aim of teaching children some of the key concepts of programming. It is under the auspices of Sesame Street and of the programming based on the Muppets and presents Cody, a young slut, lucky, who runs a shop of Helpster with his friends.

  • Exceptional series for preschool children
  • The writing is exceptional for a program for children or young adults
  • Outstanding editing for a single camera
  • Design / exceptional style of the costume
  • Exceptional costume, makeup, and hairstyles with special effects

Peanuts in space: The secrets of Apollo 10

“Peanuts in Space” takes its inspiration from the fact that the real Apollo 10 had a command module named “Charlie Brown” and lunar module called “Snoopy“. His goal was to run a race in front of the Apollo 11, carrying “Snoopy” less than 10 miles from the surface of the Moon.

  • Outstanding special class – day program of short-format
  • Writing exceptional for a series of special class
  • Outstanding editing for a single camera

Snoopy in space

“Snoopy in space” follows Snoopy as he chases his dream of becoming an astronaut. Snoopy, Woodstock and the gang “Peanuts” are on a field trip to NASA, where Snoopy is chosen for a space mission and elite. Charlie Brown and his friends help from mission control.

  • Exceptional children’s program in the short format

The 47th Daytime Emmy Awards will be broadcast on CBS on June 26 and turned in the remote to comply with the restrictions COVID-19.