The Hollywood Critics Association has announced the nominations for its 2023 TV Awards, with two popular anime series, Attack on Titan and My Hero Academia, will be recognized. Both shows are competing in the category of Best Streaming Animated Series or TV Movie along with other notable ones. Here are the details:
What makes My Hero Academia and Attack on Titan fun?
The sixth season of My Hero Academia has attracted attention for its strong storylines and leading characters. The special category chosen for the award is Deku vs. Group A, which captivated the audience with its exciting battles and emotional moments. The nomination is a testament to the series’ popularity and impact.
As for the highly anticipated final season of Attack on Titan, titled The Final Chapter, it was also received. The first episode of this season, known as Attack on Titan Final Season THE FINAL CHAPTERS Special 1, has captured the attention of the viewers with its interesting stories and visuals. The nomination cements the show’s status as a fan favorite.
Competition in the Best Streaming Animated Series category
Both anime genres are facing tough competition in the Best Movie Trailers or a TV series. Among the nominees are Animaniacs, Central Park, Harley Quinn, and Star Trek: Lower Decks. Each competitor brings their own unique style and story, making the team a fun competition to watch.
The nominations of Attack on Titan and My Hero Academia at the Hollywood Critics Association TV Awards reflect the recognition and appreciation of anime in the entertainment industry. These shows have captured the hearts of people around the world with their captivating stories, amazing animation, and unforgettable characters.
Whether it’s the epic battles of Attack on Titan or the journeys of the heroes of My Hero Academia, the recognition itself is a wonderful testament to this anime series.
For now, why not continue Writers Guild of America ignored, awarding suspended. Originally scheduled for August 12-13, new dates for the event have yet to be announced. Fans will have to wait a little longer to find out if their favorite anime will take home the coveted award.