Well, its story was nominated, thanks to On The Town in The Palm Beaches, a series of 30-minute TV shows that celebrate the municipalities of Palm Beach County (PBC), with each episode focused on a particular city’s history, people and happenings in a fast-paced, fun taping.
The show launched in 2017 and, in that time, has visited nearly a dozen cities, including Palm Beach Gardens, the Glades and Wellington. The Riviera Beach/Singer Island episode though, which aired in June, is the first to be nominated for the prestigious award.
“It was my favorite episode I worked on,” PBS Producer Cindy Hing said, “because of the city’s diverse history, its friendly community and the unique adventures available in the area.”
The nomination was one of 21 made by the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences (NATAS)’s Suncoast Chapter, which covers the entire state of Florida, Puerto Rico and parts of Louisiana, Alabama and Georgia. Click here for the full list of the Chapter ‘s Emmy nominees.
The series is a partnership between South Florida PBS (WPBT and WXEL) and the PBC Film & Television Commission. Learn more about the series here–and about those images in the collage. Winners will be announced December 14. Watch the award-nominated episode below.