Apple TV+ wins Emmys for ‘Ghostwriter’ and ‘Peanuts in Space’

Apple TV+ has become the first streaming service to earn two Daytime Emmy awards for children’s programs “Ghostwriter” and “Peanuts in Space: Secrets of Apollo 10” in its first year since launch.

Apple TV+ sets record with Emmy wins

In a press release, Apple highlighted the 25 “wins and accolades” the company has accumulated in its first year since launch and the 71 nominations for Apple TV+ original content it has received. 

Since its global launch in November 2019, Apple TV+ has landed a total of 25 awards wins and accolades, and 71 awards nominations, including Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Drama Series for Jennifer Aniston at the SAG Awards and Best Supporting Actor in a Drama Series for Billy Crudup at the Critics Choice Awards; three Golden Globe Award nominations for “The Morning Show,” which were earned just shortly after the series premiered; a Peabody Award for comedy series “Dickinson”; an NAACP Image Award for the series “Truth Be Told”; and a Cinema for Peace International Green Film Award for the film “The Elephant Queen.”

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As for the most recent awards the streaming service has received: Ghostwriter won its Daytime Emmy for “Outstanding Children’s or Family Viewing Programming” and the Peanuts in Space: Secrets of Apollo 10 special grabbed its Daytime Emmy for “Outstanding Single Camera Editing.”

Ghostwriter is a remake of the original 1990s PBS series. The story follows a group of kids who discover a ghost in a neighborhood bookstore and they go on to solve mysteries related to fiction. Peanuts in Space: Secrets of Apollo 10 celebrates the 50th anniversary of the moon landing. The TV short is centered around a great mystery: Was Snoopy a top-secret astronaut? The short stars Jeff Goldblum and Charles M. Schulz’s beloved Peanuts characters.

Apple’s future plans for its streaming service

Apple’s World War II drama “Greyhound” starring Tom Hanks, one of the first well-received titles on its streaming service, has encouraged Apple to launch more feature films on its streaming service. It is reported that the Cupertino tech will adopt a ‘Netflix-like’ strategy for Apple TV+. This could mean that new releases will come at a faster pace on Apple’s streaming service, possibly one new movie per month.

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