Ask the StoryBots Nabs 2 Annie Award Nominations

The animation community recognized the latest season of Netflix’s Ask the StoryBots today with two Annie Awards nominations, including for Best Animated Television/Broadcast Production for Preschool Children.

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Ask the StoryBots was previously nominated in the same category in 2017 for its first season. Now in its 46th year, the Annie Awards are hosted by ASIFA-Hollywood, the Los Angeles branch of the International Animated Film Association, and recognize the best in animated film and television.

Now streaming its second season on Netflix, Ask the StoryBots was also nominated for Directing in a Animated Television/Broadcast Production. Director Evan Spiridellis (who is also the show’s co-creator and co-executive producer, as well as the voice of Hap, among other roles!) was recognized in this category for his work on the “What Is Electricity?” episode.

Animator Siqi Song, who worked on season two of Ask the StoryBots, was also nominated for Best Student Film for her film Sister. Congrats to Evan and Siqi!

Winners will be announced February 2, 2019, at a ceremony at UCLA’s Royce Hall. A full nomination list is available here. Watch all episodes of Ask the StoryBots now on Netflix.

Ask the StoryBots Season 2 Soundtrack Now Available!

The season two soundtrack to Netflix’s Ask the StoryBots is out now! Sing and dance along with your favorite tunes from the show. These learning songs help reinforce lessons from the show – from how computers work to why we can’t eat dessert all the time – and are perfect for singing and dancing along at home, at school and on-the-go.

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Ask the StoryBots: Season Two (Music from the Original Series) is available from all major music retailers, including iTunes, Spotify, Amazon Music, Apple Music and Google Play. Stream or download it today!

Season 2 Of “Ask the StoryBots” Now Streaming On Netflix!


Season two of Ask the StoryBots is now streaming worldwide on Netflix! Tune in now to learn the answers to kids’ biggest questions, including how computers work, what electricity is, how many animals there are and many more.

The new season of the Emmy Award-winning educational children’s show stars Judy Greer as the voice of Beep and includes special guest appearances by Edward Norton, Snoop Dogg, Wanda Sykes, Ali Wong, Christina Applegate, David Cross, David Koechner and Kristen Schaal.

Check out the official trailer below and head over to Netflix to watch all eight new episodes now!