Former Politician Barack Obama served from 2009 to 2017 as the first black President of the United Nation. For his constant dedication to his country, he was ranked among the upper to mid-tier of American presidents. Apart from his interest in politics, he has been a civil rights attorney for several years. At the same time, he was teaching students law at the University of Chicago Law School. And the long list has added another star to Obama’s achievements with Emmy Nomination this Tuesday. Obama gave voiceover in a Netflix docuseries named Our Great National Parks released on April 13, 2022. He is selected by ATAS under the category of outstanding narration against many big names in line.
Barak Obama is up for television’s biggest honor in 2022
This is not the first time Barak Obama is receiving appreciation for his television voice role. As he previously was honored with Grammy Awards first was for Dreams from My Father in 2006. Which was an audio translation of his bestselling book, a memoir of his childhood. Moreover, in 2008 second was for The Audacity of Hope: Thoughts on Reclaiming the American Dream.
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Although, this is the first Primetime Emmy nomination Obama has got in his life. Meanwhile, Obama is going to face a tight competition because many famous personalities are standing against him. Including David Attenborough for The Mating Game: In Plain Sight, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar for Black Patriots, Lupita Nyong’ofor Serengeti II, and W. Kamau Bell for We Need to Talk About Cosby.
What is the documentary series Our Great National Parks about?
Our Great National Park is a series of 5 episodes that explores the beautiful wildlife reservations around the globe. Taking the voice of Barack Obama show describes protected land and the creatures living in it. There are several focus locations included like “Tsavo, Kenya”, “Monterey Bay National Marine Sanctuary”, “Chilean Patagonia”, and “Gunung Leuser, Indonesia”.
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Also, the show received a positive response from critics. As The Telegraph called it a “dazzlingly gorgeous yet a long way short of groundbreaking”. Also, IMDb has given an approval rate of 7.8 out of 10 which is a fair share of reviews. In US history only President Dwight Eisenhower has won this television Award. So let’s see if Obama takes over the Emmy crown this time.