Apple TV+ has been nominated for 18 Emmy Awards and it’s taken over the whole apple.com home page to celebrate. Visiting the website will present users with a rundown of nominations with Apple saying “we’re just getting started”.
The whole page includes images of the shows that have been nominated along with the specific awards that they are in the running for.
Those shows include “The Morning Show,” “Defending Jacob,” and more.
There’s also a link that takes users to the Apple TV+ website or, if they’re using an Apple device, will open the TV app. The full rundown of shows picking up nominations reads:
“The Morning Show” – 8 nominations
“Defending Jacob” – 2 nominations
“Beastie Boys Story” – 5 nominations
“Home” – 1 nomination
“Central Park” – 1 nomination
“The Elephant Queen” – 1 nomination
Apple will find out whether its streaming service has won any of the awards when the Emmy Awards take place on Sunday, September 20.
Apple TV+ launched on November 1 2019, so it’s still not a whole year old. It’s already been nominated for, and won, other awards and it will be hoping for a similar result with the Emmys. The current crop of shows will be joined by more in the coming months, so there’s always a chance we will see more nominations next year as well.
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