Netflix’s Live-Action One Piece Episode ‘Romance Dawn’ Nominated for Writers Guild Award

On Wednesday, the entertainment news magazine Variety reported that the Writers Guild of America has published its nominees for this year’s accolades in the categories of screenplay, television, new media, news, radio/audio, and promotional writing for the year 2023.

A nomination has been made for the episode of One Piece, titled “Romance Dawn” from the live-action adaptation of Eiichiro Oda’s One Piece manga that is available on Netflix.

Steven Maeda and Matt Owens, both of whom have written for Luke Cage and Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., have been nominated for an Emmy Award in the category of “Children’s Episodic, Long Form, and Specials.”
On April 14, there will be a ceremony to award the prize.

The premiere of the live-action series took place on August 31 and was exclusive to Netflix.

It was first stated that there were ten episodes in the first season; however, there were just eight episodes. The show is going to have a second season.

Over three consecutive weeks, the series maintained its position as the top-ranked English-language television program on Netflix’s global rankings.

During the eleventh annual MUAHS Awards, the series was considered for the award for Best Hair Styling in the Children and Teen Television Programming category; however, it did not emerge victorious.

Tomorrow Studios, a collaboration between ITV Studios and producer Marty Adelstein (Prison Break, Teen Wolf), was responsible for the production of the live-action series being made.

During the production of Maeda, Becky Clements worked as an executive producer.

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