“Grease: Rise of the Pink Ladies”, the show that has sparked a passionate revival campaign by its fans and cast members, has just received two Emmy nominations. This exciting news was announced on Wednesday, July 12, a mere 2 weeks after the show was abruptly removed from Paramount+.
The show’s spirit refuses to be extinguished. It continues to resonate through TikTok videos, music streaming services, and now, it shines brightly in the prestigious Emmy nominations. The series has been recognized in the Outstanding Choreography for Scripted Programming category, a testament to the exceptional talent and creativity that went into the show’s dance routines.
Choreographer Jamal Sims has been nominated for his work on three routines: “New Cool”, “Hand Jive”, and “The Boom”. In addition, choreographers Jeffrey Mortensen and Louise Hradsky have been jointly nominated for their choreography on “Pulling Strings”, “Hit Me Again”, and “High Rollin'”.
These nominations arrive at a pivotal moment. Fans, cast members, and the show’s creator, Annabel Oakes, are rallying to find a new home for the series. The removal of the show from Paramount+ was a blow to all involved, with Oakes describing it as a “particularly brutal move”. However, these Emmy nominations serve as a beacon of hope, a sign that their efforts are not in vain.
The Emmy nods follow the show’s nomination for Best Streaming Comedy Series by the Hollywood Critics Association Awards. These accolades underscore the show’s quality and the impact it has had on audiences. They highlight why “Grease: Rise of the Pink Ladies” is a show worth fighting for, a show that deserves a new home.
As we celebrate these nominations and look forward to the Emmy Awards, let’s continue to rally for the revival of “Grease: Rise of the Pink Ladies”. The show has proven its worth, and it deserves a new home where it can continue to entertain and inspire audiences.
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