The Tom And Jerry Show Wins Daytime Creative Arts Emmy For Outstanding Music Direction And Composition
On Sunday 29th April, the 2018 Daytime Creative Arts Emmy Awards were held in Pasadena, California and Warner Bros. Animation’s and Cartoon Network’s/Boomerang’s The Tom and Jerry Show won an Emmy for Outstanding Music Direction and Composition. Show composer – Vivek Maddala was awarded the trophy at the awards ceremony. The Tom and Jerry Show is a modern remake of the classic slapstick comedy animated series created by William Hanna and Joseph Barbera, which follows two “frenemies” – a cat named Tom and a mouse named Jerry, Tom is determined to catch Jerry by any means, but Jerry always outsmarts him.
HBO’s Sesame Street also won a total of seven awards including: Outstanding Preschool Children’s Series; Outstanding Writing in a Children’s, Preschool Children’s, Family Viewing; Outstanding Art Direction/Set Decoration/Scenic Design; Outstanding Technical Team; Outstanding Multiple Camera Editing; Outstanding Sound Editing – Live Action and Outstanding Original Song for “A Song About Songs”.
— White Bear PR (@whitebearpr) April 28, 2018
A full list of 2018 Daytime Creative Arts Emmy winners can be viewed on the link below: