13! 13 More Emmy Nominations for Sesame Street! Ah Ah Ah!

Published: March 31, 2015
Categories: News


Surprising exactly no one, Sesame Street once again has been honored with a huge amount of Daytime Emmy Award nominations!  Thirteen of them, to be exact.  The categories include two performers (Leslie Carrara-Rudolph and Joey Mazzarino) and two original songs.

And the nominees are…

  • Outstanding Pre-School Children’s Series – Sesame Street
  • Outstanding New Approaches – Enhancement to a Daytime Program or Series – Sesame Street
  • Outstanding Performer in a Children’s or Pre-School Children’s Series – Leslie Carrara-Rudolph (as Abby Cadabby)
  • Outstanding Performer in a Children’s or Pre-School Children’s Series – Joey Mazzarino (as Murray, Fiverine, and Only-One Cannoli)
  • Outstanding Writing in a Children’s or Pre-School Children’s Series – Sesame Street (Joey Mazzarino, Head Writer; others)
  • Outstanding Art Direction/Set Decoration/Scenic Design – Sesame Street (Bob Phillips, Art Director; others)
  • Outstanding Lighting Direction – Sesame Street (Dan Kelley, Lighting Designer)
  • Outstanding Technical Team – Sesame Street (Tom Guadarrama, Technical Director; others)
  • Outstanding Multiple Camera Editing – Sesame Street (Todd James, Supervising Editor; others)
  • Outstanding Sound Editing – Live Action – Sesame Street (Michael Barrett & Chris Prinzivalli, Supervising Sound Editors; others)
  • Outstanding Original Song – “The Power of Yet” (Bill Sherman, Composer; Joey Mazzarino, Lyrics)
  • Outstanding Original Song – “Raise Your Hand” (Bill Sherman & Alex Lacamoire, Composers; Belinda Ward, Lyrics)
  • Outstanding Costume Design/Styling – Sesame Street (Brian Hemesath & Jared Leese, Costume Designers; others)

Congratulations to everyone nominated, and stay tuned for the Daytime Emmy Awards, airing on the Pop network on April 26th at 8:00pm ET.

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by Joe Hennes – Joe@ToughPigs.com

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