Emmys 2022: Barack Obama got nominated

Former president Barack Obama can now add Emmys nominee one to his list of achievements. On Tuesday, Barack Obama caught his most memorable assignment in the Outstanding Narrator class for his work in the Netflix series Our Great National Parks.

Emmys 2022: Barack Obama got nominated
President Barack Obama is photographed during a presidential portrait sitting for an official photo in the Oval Office, Dec. 6, 2012. (Official White House Photo by Pete Souza)

The 60-year-old was selected in the class alongside Kareem Abdul-Jabbar (Black Patriots: Heroes of the Civil War), David Attenborough (The Mating Game), W. Kamau Bell (We Need to Talk About Cosby) and Lupita Nyong’o (Serengeti II).

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Barack Obama was the head of the pack for the five-section docuseries that debuted in April. Our Great National Parks gives watchers a more intensive gander at a portion of the world’s unlikely treasures, going from organic entities to species and then some. The former president loans enlightening and comedic editorial as he strolls watchers through a festival of our planet’s most prominent public parks and wild spaces.

Every episode recounts the narrative of a public park through the existences of its most stunning inhabitants while investigating our relationship with the wild.

Our Great National Parks was likewise nominated for Cinematography for a Nonfiction Program.

Netflix scored huge during Tuesday’s Emmys designations function. Notwithstanding Our Great National Parks, Ozark, Stranger Things, Cheer, Selling Sunset and Queer Eye were only a portion of the streaming goliath’s series that caught selections during the current year’s entertainment pageant. Squid Gamemade history – with 14 designations – as the principal Korean-language series to get through at the Primetime Emmy Awards.

The 74th Primetime Emmy Awards will be live on Monday, Sept. 12 at 8 p.m. ET/5 p.m. PT on NBC and Peacock.

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