‘The Lizzie Bennet Diaries’ Wins A Creative Arts Emmy For Original Interactive Program

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The juried winners for the Creative Arts Emmys in the field of digital media programming have been announced, and among the winners is none other than amazing original web series “The Lizzie Bennet Diaries.”

With its unique blend of off-camera character interaction on platforms like Twitter and Facebook, “The Lizzie Bennet Diaries” has won the Emmy for Original Interactive Program. Back in April, “LBD” producer and writer Bernie Su spoke about the “Pride and Prejudice” modern day retelling, saying: “… this was not even a web series specifically, but more like a YouTube series — like a YouTuber series where the character’s a YouTuber, blogging, raising the fourth wall, talking to the audience, interactive and all that stuff.”

It looks like that interactive approach has paid off for show creators Su and Hank Green.

 

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