Carpool Karaoke: lands Creative Arts Emmy Award

Carpool Karaoke: lands Creative Arts Emmy Award

Apple’s hit show “Carpool Karaoke: The Series” lands top honor for Outstanding Short Form Comedy, Drama or Variety Series at the Creative Arts Emmy Awards, marking the broadly popular series fifth straight Emmy win, along with multiple Producers Guild Awards and a Critics Choice Award. 

Dixie and Charli D’Amelio get ready for the show.

Each episode of “Carpool Karaoke: The Series,” inspired by executive producer James Corden’s popular segments on “The Late Late Show,” features celebrities sharing a car, singing along to their personal playlists, and embarking on adventures. Season five kicked off with Simu Liu and Jessica Henwick; “The White Lotus” costars Murray Bartlett, Alexandra Daddario and Sydney Sweeney; Anitta and Saweetie; Zooey Deschanel and Jonathan Scott, who first met on “Carpool Karaoke”; the stars of All Elite Wrestling; and the D’Amelio family. Additional episodes will premiere later this year.

Ruby Soho and Will Hobbs from All Elite Wrestling (AEW) pose for the camera

“Carpool Karaoke: The Series” is produced for Apple by CBS Studios and Fulwell 73 Productions, with executive producers James Corden, Eric Pankowski and Ben Winston. “ The Series” is now streaming on Apple TV+.

Anitta and Saweetie having a little bit of fun..

Apple Original series, films, and documentaries have now been honored with 266 wins and 1,149 award nominations and counting, including making history earlier this year as the first streamer to win Oscar Best Picture with “CODA.”

Alexandra Daddario, Murray Bartlett and Sydney Sweeney enjoying themselves on the show.

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