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“Penguins,” “Wizards” Among Creative Arts Emmy Winners

Author: Nickandmore!

The Penguins of Madagascar - The Return of the Revenge of Dr. Blowhole

Last night The 64th Annual Primetime Creative Arts Emmy winners were announced.

Nickelodeon’s The Penguins of Madagascar won for Outstanding Animated Program. This marks Nickelodeon’s first win in the category. The crew members listed for the award, based on “The Return of the Revenge of Dr. Blowhole” episode, are:

  • Bob Schooley, Executive Producer/Written by;
  • Mark McCorkle, Executive Producer/Written by;
  • Bret Haaland, Co-Executive Producer;
  • Nick Filippi, Supervising Producer;
  • Chris Neuhahn, Supervising Producer;
  • Ant Ward, Supervising Producer;
  • Andrew Huebner, Produced by;
  • David Knott, Supervising Director;
  • Shaun Cashman, Animation Director;
  • Steve Loter, Animation Director;
  • Christo Stamboliev, Animation Director

Taking the win for Outstanding Short-Format Animated Program was Cartoon Network’s Regular Show (episode nominated “Eggscellent”). Crew members listed are:

  • Brian A. Miller, Executive Producer;
  • Jennifer Pelphrey, Executive Producer;
  • Curtis Lelash, Executive Producer;
  • Rob Sorcher, Executive Producer;
  • JG Quintel, Executive Producer/Written by;
  • Mike Roth, Supervising Producer/Writer;
  • Janet Dimon, Producer; Matt Price, Writer;
  • Jack Thomas, Writer;
  • John Infantino, Supervising Director/Writer;
  • Robert Alvarez, Animation Director

Scoring its third, and now final, win for Outstanding Children’s Program was Disney Channel’s Wizards of Waverly Place. The award-winning crew members are:

  • Ben Montanio, Executive Producer;
  • Vince Cheung, Executive Producer;
  • Todd J. Greenwald, Executive Producer;
  • Gigi McCreery, Co-Executive Producer;
  • Perry Rein, Co-Executive Producers;
  • Richard Goodman, Supervising Producer;
  • Greg A. Hampson, Produced By