Black Panther’s Chadwick Boseman Receives Posthumous Emmy Nomination

Late Chadwick Boseman has received a posthumous Emmy Nomination for his voicing of T’Challa in Disney+’s ‘What if…?

The Emmy Award is an extensive range of awards for artistic and technical merit in United States television. An Emmy is considered one of the four major American awards for performing arts and entertainment – the others being the Grammy, the Oscar, and the Tony for theatre.

Black Panther’s Chadwick Boseman who died in August 2020, has been nominated posthumously for an Emmy Award alongside other deceased thespian like Jesssica Walter and Norm Macdonald.

Black Panther Chadwick Boseman Receives Posthumous Emmy

Boseman was nominated in the outstanding character voice-over performance category following his role in Disney+’s What if…?

Others who were nominated for the Emmys voice-over category include F. Murray Abraham (as Moon Knight‘s
Khonshu), Julie Andrews (Bridgerton‘s Lady Whistledown), Maya Rudolph (Big Mouth‘s Connie The Hormone Monstress), Stanley Tucci (Central Park‘s Bitsy) and Jeffrey Wright (What If…?‘s Watcher).

The 74th Emmys Award is scheduled to hold on the 13th of September, 2022.

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