Two Emmys for Season Two of Ask the StoryBots


Season two of Ask the StoryBots has won two Emmy Awards!

The hit Netflix children’s show walked home from this weekend’s 46th Annual Daytime Emmy Awards with Emmys gold in two categories: Outstanding Writing in a Preschool Animated Program and Outstanding Directing in a Preschool Animated Program.

These wins bring StoryBots’ total Emmys count to five, with 17 overall nominations across just two seasons and a holiday special.

The latest awards honor the show’s second season, which features guest appearances from Edward Norton (who was Emmy-nominated for his role), Snoop Dogg, Christina Applegate, Wanda Sykes and more, and helps kids answer questions such as “how do computers work?” and “why can’t I eat dessert all the time?”. Season two of Ask the StoryBots is now streaming worldwide on Netflix in more than 20 different languages.

Team StoryBots thanks the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences for this amazing honor and congratulates all of our fellow winners and nominees!

A full list of winners is available here. Watch Ask the StoryBots on Netflix and check out a photo of the team showing off their new Emmys hardware after the event:

Ask The StoryBots Team Celebrating Daytime Emmy Award Wins


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