Former US President Barack Obama receives Emmy Award for National Park series

Pankaj Prasad
Former US President Barack Obama
Former US President Barack Obama

Barack Obama is the second President of the United States to be awarded an Emmy Award.

Los Angeles: Former US President Barack Obama has been awarded the Emmy Award for Best Narrator for his voice in the Netflix documentary series "Our Great National Parks". The world's famous national parks are shown in this series, divided into five parts. It has been made by Barack Obama and his wife Michelle Obama's company 'Higher Ground'.

Second President to receive Emmy Award

Barack Obama is the second President of the United States to be awarded an Emmy Award. Prior to this, Dwight D Eisenhower was honored with a special Emmy Award in the year 1956. Earlier Obama was honored with the Grammy Award for the audio version of two of his books.

Chadwick Boseman honored

Barack Obama received Grammys for the audio versions of his memoirs "The Audacity of Hope" and "The Promised Land", while in the year 2020 Michelle was awarded a Grammy for her own audio book. At the same ceremony, "Black Panther" star Chadwick Boseman was posthumously awarded the Emmy Award for Creative Art. He received this award for the Disney Plus series 'What If...? given for. On behalf of Boseman, his wife Taylor Simone Ledward received the award at the ceremony Saturday, according to the Hollywood Correspondent. The ceremony was held at the Microsoft Theater.

Peter Jackson got this award for the first time

Noted filmmaker Peter Jackson has received "two Creative Arts Emmy Awards" for his documentary series "The Beatles: Get Back". Jackson has been awarded an Emmy Award for the first time. The award ceremony was held at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles on Saturday. Jackson was awarded Emmy Awards in the Direction and Outstanding Documentary category for The Beatles: Get Back.

Is like a dream come true

This documentary series was aired on Disney Plus last year. This documentary is made from original material from 'Let It Be' filmed by Michael Lindsay Hogg in the year 1970. Hogg produced a documentary on the making of the Beatles' album by this name. Jackson said after winning the Emmy Award that it was like a dream come true.