Bluey wins Television Critics’ Award in USA
Ludo Studios hit is honoured by US TV critics in their annual awards.
It may not have scored at the Logie Awards but hit ABC series Bluey has just bagged an accolade in the USA, voted Outstanding Achievement In Children’s Programming in the annual Television Critics’ Awards.
The series by Ludo Studios beat out competition such as Sesame Street and Star Wars: Young Jedi Adventures. Bluey screens stateside on Disney+.
Succession was voted Program of the Year.
There was also a Career Achievement honour for legendary Mel Brooks and a Heritage Award for The Carol Burnett Show.
These are the winners:
Individual Achievement In Drama: Rhea Seehorn
Individual Achievement In Comedy: Natasha Lyonne
Outstanding Achievement In News and Information: The U.S. and The Holocaust
Outstanding Achievement In Reality Programming: Jury Duty
Outstanding Achievement In Children’s Programming: Bluey
Outstanding Achievement In Family Programming: Ms. Marvel
Outstanding Achievement In Variety, Talk Or Sketch: I Think You Should Leave With Tim Robinson
Outstanding New Program: The Bear
Outstanding Achievement In Movies, Miniseries, Or Specials: Beef
Outstanding Achievement In Drama: Succession
Outstanding Achievement In Comedy: The Bear
Program of the Year: Succession
Career Achievement Honoree: Mel Brooks
Heritage Award: The Carol Burnett Show
In early June, the celebration was cancelled amid the ongoing writers’ strike.