Announced via social media, the winners of the 8th International Emmy Kids Awards span across six countries. From Latin America, Brazilian production Nosso Sangue, Nosso Corpo won in the Factual category. All the winners, up next.

The International Academy of Television Arts & Sciences announced the winners of the 8th International Emmy® Kids Awards. The announcement was made on the Academy’s website and via its social media channels. This route was chosen after the cancellation of MIPTV.

“We decided to keep the winners’ announcement for the same day the awards ceremony would have been held in Cannes,” said International Academy President, Bruce L. Paisner. “And so today, March 31, although we cannot do it on-stage as usual, the International Academy, and our partners MIPTV, TV Kids and Ernst & Young, join us to congratulate the outstanding teams behind the winning programs. These programs entertain, educate and enlighten, with the high standard of quality we expect for our children and their communities at large.”

In representation of Latin America, Brazilian production Nosso Sangue, Nosso Corpo, produced by Fox Lab Brazil and Your Mama, won in the factual category.

Other standout winners include Zog (Animation, UK), Like Meg (Digital, Norway), Nachtraven (Non-Scripted, Belgium), Bluey (Preschool, Australia), The Rules of the Floor (Series, Netherlands) and Jacqueline Wilson’s Katy (TV Movie, UK).

The full list of winners:

Kids: Animation

Zog (Magic Light Pictures, United Kingdom)

Kids: Digital

Lik Meg / Like Me (NRK Super, Norway)

Kids: Factual

Nosso Sangue, Nosso Corpo (Fox Lab Brazil / Your Mama, Brazil)

Kids: Non-Scripted Entertainment

Nachtraven (De Mensen / Ketnet (VRT), Belgium)

Kids: Preschool

Bluey (Ludo Studios / ABC Australia / BBC Studios / Screen Australia / Screen Queensland, Australia)

Kids: Series

De Regels van Floor (NL Film & TV / VPRO, Netherlands)

Kids: TV Movie/Mini-Series

Jacqueline Wilson’s Katy (BBC Children’s In-House Productions / CBBC, United Kingdom)