The Emmys are over, and Disney did pretty well. The media giant had 19 nominations, 15 of which, for “The Mandalorian.” On Wednesday, “The Mandalorian” won 5 Emmys. However, “How Did ‘The Mandalorian’ and Disney stack up the rest of the weekend?
In addition the 5 Emmys it won on Wednesday, “The Mandalorain” won 2 additional Emmys the rest of the weekend. As a refresher, it had already won outstanding sound editing, outstanding cinematography, outstanding sound mixing, outstanding special visual effects, and outstanding production design. Then, it won *drumroll please:*
Outstanding Music Composition For a Series
Ludwig Göransson won this Emmy for his original composition of “Chapter 8: Redemption.” This puts the composer on the path to an EGOT award, as he already won at the Grammys and Oscars. He’s already almost finished with the Score to the 2nd season.
Outstanding Stunt Coordination For a Drama Series, Limited Series, or Movie
Ryan Watson won this Emmy for his work on “The Mandalorian” season 1.
With 2 more Emmys, this brings “The Mandalorian’s” total Emmys to 7. This tied it with “The Watchmen” for most overall wins by program. However, it wasn’t only “The Mandalorian” that won any Emmys for Disney. The short film series “Forky Asks a Question” also brought home an Emmy. The episode “Forky Asks a Question: What is Love?” won the Emmy for Outstanding Short Form Animated Program.
Congratulations to “The Mandalorian,” “Forky Asks a Question,” and Disney for their wins!