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Netflix’s Arcane series won an Animation Emmy Award

MysteriousBased on the popular Netflix animated series League of Legends The video game won the award for Outstanding Animated Program at the Emmys’ Creative Arts ceremony, on top of three other animation-related trophies earned earlier this year.

This is the first time a streaming-exclusive show has won the award, although the competition has been increasing in recent years. Mysterious Beat another streaming exclusive, What is Marvel…? (available to watch on Disney Plus), as well as non-streaming offerings Bob’s Burgers, The Simpsons, And Rick and Morty to the punch. Entries from other Netflix animated shows have appeared in previous years big mouth And Bojack is a horseman, Chosen for the award.

The series was re-released in November 2021 with the partnership League The developer is Riot Games. It focuses on some of the characters from the popular MOBA (Multiplayer Online Battle Arena), including orphaned sisters Vi and Jinx, their childhood friend Ekko, and conflicted inventors Jace and Victor. The sixth in the award-winning episode series, “When These Walls Come Down”.

Mysterious Co-creator Christian Linke picked up the award at the ceremony and was quoted by Deadline Saying: “Thank you for this. It’s a big thing for us because we come from video games. It’s amazing that the world is embracing our characters.”

Fans of the series should be relieved to hear that a second season is in the works despite Netflix’s animation cull earlier this year due to declining subscriber numbers, but there’s no word on an expected release date. For those who can’t wait for the extra Mysterious Fix, check Bridging the Rift A documentary series is over on Riot Game’s YouTube channel about how the show was made.

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