Arcane, the popular webseries about League of Legends’ characters, has been nominated for two Emmy Awards this year.
Riot’s blockbuster series gained popularity soon after it got released on Netflix. Not only fans, but critics too loved this amazing webseries.
Beautiful animation, perfect music and a bewildering story, Riot has truly made a perfect blend in this anime.
It is not the first time, Arcane is winning so many awards. In March 2022, it bagged a total of 9 Annie Awards. In contrast, it won every award category in which it was nominated.
Arcane Nominations at Emmy Awards :
Emmy Awards nominated the series for the following two titles –
- Outstanding Animated Program
- Outstanding Sound Editing for a Comedy or a Drama Series (Half-Hour) and Animation
Particularly, “When These Walls Come Tumbling Down,” the 6th episode of Arcane, has received the nomination for both the titles.
Meanwhile, Riot Games’ creation is up against pretty tough competition in both categories.
The Simpsons, Bob’s Burgers, Rick and Morty, and Marvel’s What If have all received nominations for Outstanding Animated Program. Ted Lasso and Love, Death + Robots are two of the nominees for sound editing.
About Arcane :
Riot released their series themed on League of Legends universe on 6 November 2021. It tells the story about the characters – Jinx and Vi.
The series won hearts, and took the following titles at Annie Awards –
- Ella Purnell (Jinx / Powder) – Best Voice Acting
- Animation Effects
- Character Design
- Best TV Show
- Best Writing
- Visual Effects
- Character Animation
- Production Design
After the Season 1 release in 2021, fans are eagerly waiting for Season 2. However, Riot has not officially announced any dates for the next season.
It seems like it might take a while to bring the second season, so as to match the audience’s expectations.
To sum up, whenever S2 arrives, it seems like a greater hit. Till then, the series will continue to win awards for this year.
Also Read: Nova Esports Wins Wild Rift Icons 2022