BBC’s ‘Wolfblood’ Leads BAFTA Kids’ Awards Noms

BBC’s ‘Wolfblood’ Leads BAFTA Kids’ Awards Noms
The BBC’s supernatural drama “Wolfblood” leads the race for the British Academy of Film and Television Arts’ Children’s Awards with four nods.

The kids’ kudofest, which honors the best in children’s media, will be held on Nov. 24 at the Hilton, Park Lane, London. This year’s host is TV presenter Jake Humphrey.

Tyke toon “Peppa Pig” follows a close second with three nominations for pre-school animation and writer as well as Multiplatform for the “Peppa Pig’s Holiday” mobile app.

Among the programs with double nominations are “The Amazing World of Gumball,” which features in the writer and animation categories; “Hackertime,” for comedy and performer for Phil Fletcher as “Hacker the Dog”; “Stepping Up,” with nominations in the drama and writer categories; “Horrible Histories,” with a nomination in the comedy category and one for its spin-off program “Horrible Histories: Gory Games in Entertainment”; and “Something Special,
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