Pixar Earns First Emmy For ‘Forky Asks A Question’

Last night Disney+ earned its first set of Emmy’s for the streamers hit Star Wars series, The Mandalorian. Tonight, Disney+ continued winning on night four of the Creative Arts Emmy’s, as Pixar nabbed its first Emmy, for the animated short-form series Forky Asks a Question, specifically, the episode asking, “What Is Love?”

Pixar veterans, creator and executive producer Bob Peterson and Mark Nielsen accepted the award with prerecorded speeches. “Bob and I partnered with a crew of Pixar’s best and brightest, so we share this with everyone at Team Forky Shorts, along with everyone at Disney+.”

Read: ‘The Mandalorian’ Scores Five Emmy’s on Creative Arts Night

Thanks his family, Peterson also gave thanks to Forky voice actor himself, Tony Hale, as well as comedy legends Carol Burnett, Mel Brooks, Betty White, and “the late, great Carl Reiner, all of whom reprised their brief roles in Toy Story 4 for the episode.

Set sometime after the events of Toy Story 4, handmade toy Forky asks his friends (the characters of Toy Story) different questions about life. Some of the friends include Hamm, Rex, Trixie, Buttercup, Old Timer, Chairol Burnett, Melephant Brooks, and more to come.

Forky Asks a Question was released on November 12, 2019, on Disney+. You can stream all ten episode shorts today!

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