Cartoon Network UK Wins Two Children BAFTA’s Including Channel of the Year

Last night (23/11/2014) was the Children’s BAFTA Awards in London and Cartoon Network UK won two awards for best children’s channel of the year and best international kids show for Adventure Time!. Cartoon Network had nominations in other categories such as best animated show of 2014 for The Amazing World of Gumball (losing to Aardman’s Shawn the Sheep), for best website (losing to Bin Weevils) and for best children’s programme (losing to Jessie) but they didn’t win a BAFTA, but obtaining a nomination is an achievement alone as there was tough competition. Cartoon Network’s sister company, Warner Bros also won an award for best feature film of 2014 for The Lego Movie, but lost the BAFTA Kids Vote for best film of the year to Disney’s Frozen.

Congratulations to everyone at Turner/Warner Bros for winning three BAFTA’s and to anyone who won a Children’s BAFTA last night.

You can check out all of the Children’s BAFTA winners here:

Cartoon Network UK BAFTA Children’s Awards Nominations

BAFTA Kids' Vote

Yesterday (21/10/2014), it was announced that Cartoon Network UK was shortlisted for a BAFTA (British Academy of Film and Television Arts) Children’s Award in the Children’s Channel of the Year category. Cartoon Network UK has also been nominated for the Best Children’s Website of the Year award.

But those weren’t the only nominations!, The Amazing World of Gumball has been nominated in four different categories: Best Animated Show in 2014, BAFTA Kids’ Vote (Best Children’s Show), for Best Writing Staff and Blue-Zoo Productions has also been nominated for their work on the Gumball Song promo in the Children’s Short Form category. Blue-Zoo has also been nominated in the Independent Production Company category, and has worked with Cartoon Network in the past on several occasions.

Adventure Time has been nominated in the best international show category, Mixels has been nominated in the interactive category, also in the BAFTA Kids’ Vote (Best Children’s Show) category is Regular Show.

Also Cartoon Network’s sister company, Warner Bros. has been nominated for The Lego Movie for the BAFTA Kids’ Vote (Best Children’s Film in 2014), BAFTA Kids’ Vote (Best Children’s Game in 2014) and Best Feature Film categories.

If you are aged between 7-14, there is a public vote for the BAFTA Kids’ Vote categories, you have a freedom of choice on what you can vote for, but if you can, make sure to vote for Cartoon Network related nominations. 😉

The BAFTA Children’s Awards ceremony will be held at the Roundhouse in London, on Sunday 23rd November and will be hosted by Doc Brown.

BAFTA Kids’ Awards Vote:

You can view all of the BAFTA Children’s Awards categories here:

BAFTA Press Release:,386,SNS.html