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 "Chip 'n Dale: Rescue Rangers" won a Creative Arts Emmy. Best TV Movie winner

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Author/Atul K Rawat

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The 2022 Emmy for best television movie was given to Disney+'s Chip 'n' Dale: Rescue Rangers on Sunday night during the second Creative Arts Emmys presentation.

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Producer Todd Lieberman stated, "This is not the place I expected we would be, but we don't get here without many, many people," adding that the concept would not have come to be "without the strange and wonderful minds of our authors." 

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He also mentioned Akiva Schaffer, the director. One of the season's biggest wild cards, the live-action/computer-animated comedy hybrid won the top honour in that category.

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which saw four television programmes feature spinoffs, including Chip 'n' Dale, Ray Donovan: The Movie, and Reno 911! Zoey's Extraordinary Christmas and The Hunt for QAnon compete against The Survivor, a gloomy Holocaust drama on HBO.

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after its international premiere at the 2021 Toronto International Film Festival, which the cabler bought.

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The fact is, when you go out to do something, you don't put in the back of your head, "This has accolades tied to it," especially when you're doing a comedy, Lieberman continued backstage.

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However, we're happy with how it developed into something that people respect on the level that we're at.

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Reno 911! Robert Ben Garant, the writer-director-star of The Hunt for QAnon, sarcastically commented on the film's inclusion in the category in an interview with The Hollywood Reporter from August 2022.

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"Remember when Mike Tyson first fought a 40-year-old white man named Butterbean who was overweight when he got out of prison? We remind me of Butterbean, in a way. Even I would feel bad if I chose the Holocaust film over Reno.

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But the mainstream hit Chip 'n' Dale, which starred John Mulaney and Andy Samberg in the respective titular roles, as well as KiKi Layne, Will Arnett, Eric Bana, Dennis Haysbert, Keegan-Michael Key, Tim Robinson, Seth Rogen, and J.K. Simmons, defeated the prestige film.

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