Former US President Barack Obama scored his first-ever Emmy nomination for narrating the Netflix docuseries Our Nice Nationwide Parks.
On Tuesday, the two-term Democrat, 60, acquired a nod within the Excellent Narrator class for the 74th Primetime Emmy Awards.
Our Nice Nationwide Parks is a five-part sequence highlighting the sweetness and wildlife at nationwide parks within the US, Indonesia, Kenya and Chile, amongst different locations.
He might be competing towards Kareem Abdul-Jabbar for Historical past channel’s Black Patriots: Heroes of the Civil Warfare, David Attenborough for Discovery+’s The Mating Sport, W. Kamau Bell for Showtime’s We Must Discuss About Cosby and Academy Award-winning actor Lupita Nyong’o for Discovery+’s Serengeti II.
Obama has already received two spoken-word album Grammy Awards for the audiobooks of his memoirs Goals From My Father and The Audacity of Hope.
The 74th Primetime Emmy Awards might be held on Sept. 12.