And the Emmy goes to…The Clone Wars!

June 17, 2013 at 9:13 am | Posted in Entertainment, Events, Television, The Clone Wars | 1 Comment

Star Wars: The Clone Wars won two Daytime Emmys over the weekend. On Friday, David Tennant won an Emmy for “Outstanding Performer in an Animated Program” for his role as Huyang in Season 5 (episodes “A Test of Strength”, “Bound for Rescue” and “A Necessary Bond”). Yesterday they won an Emmy for “Outstanding Special Class Animated Program” which was accepted by George Lucas, Dave Filoni, Cary Silver and Athena Portilloand, and presented by Carrie Fisher.

Dave also responded on Facebook.

Everyone, as you know tonight Star Wars: The Clone Wars won an Emmy for Outstanding Special Class Animation and David Tennant won Friday for Outstanding Performer in an Animated Series for his work as Huyang.

These awards represent the hard work of everyone who has worked on The Clone Wars‘ 5 seasons. Whether you worked on Clone Wars in the Bay Area, Singapore, Taipei, or Tokyo we all did this together.

Star Wars fans, your support and dedication to The Clone Wars helped champion our cause year after year. This win is for you as well, thank you from everyone at Lucasfilm, now let’s celebrate!!

It’s good to see the show getting some of the recognition they deserve. Big congratulations to The Clone Wars team!

Posted By: Skuldren for Roqoo Depot.
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