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Fourth Wall Studios’ first multi-platform series, Dirty Work, was honored to win the Emmy® for Outstanding Creative Achievement in Interactive Media, Original Interactive Television Programming at the Creative Arts Emmy Awards on September 15th held at the Nokia Theatre LA Live in Los Angeles. The success of the groundbreaking Dirty Work series marks the first Emmy® win for Fourth Wall Studios, and the first time the Academy has given the award to a property created solely for an online audience.
“We are thrilled Dirty Work has been so well received by audiences and critics,” said Jim Stewartson, CEO and Founder, Fourth Wall Studios. “We are grateful to the Academy for recognizing next-generation storytelling, and we are so excited to have the opportunity to be on the forefront of this rapidly growing category.”
Created by Aaron Shure (The Office), John Newman (Guiding Light) and Zach Schiff-Abrams (Executive Producer, Brothers and Domino), Dirty Work is an irreverent dark comedy about a trio of misfits navigating the after-hours landscape of Los Angeles as they attempt to clean up their lives. The series is produced by Jackie Turnure alongside executive producers Zach Schiff-Abrams, Jim Stewartson, Elan Lee and Sean Stewart. Starring Mary-Lynn Rajskub (24), Hank Harris (Bones, Nip/Tuck), and Jamie Clayton (Hung), the series is directed by Eric Appel (Funny or Die Presents) and written by Aaron Shure and John Newman. September 16, 2012