Previous US President Barack Obama scored his very first Emmy designation for portraying the Netflix docuseries Our Great National Parks.

On Tuesday, the two-term Democrat, 60, got a gesture in the Outstanding Narrator class for the 74th Primetime Emmy Awards.
Our Great National Parks is a five-section series featuring the magnificence and untamed life at public parks in the US, Indonesia, Kenya and Chile, among different spots.

He will go up against Kareem Abdul-Jabbar for History station’s Black Patriots: Heroes of the Civil War, David Attenborough for Discovery+’s The Mating Game, W. Kamau Bell for Showtime’s We Need to Talk About Cosby and Academy Award-winning entertainer Lupita Nyong’o for Discovery+’s Serengeti II.

Obama has previously won two expressed word collection Grammy Awards for the book recordings of his journals Dreams From My Father and The Audacity of Hope.

The 74th Primetime Emmy Awards will be hung on Sept. 12

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