Our Cartoon President

Outstanding Animated Program


Dive into a momentous election year to explore the critical question of who could be the next Cartoon President. From the Iowa caucuses and the Democratic campaigns to the impeachment inquiry, the cartoon universe expands to include more political heavyweights, media personalities, international leaders, notable billionaires and perhaps one or two nefarious dictators.

For Your Consideration

Outstanding Animated Program

Episode 302 – “The Economy”

Executive Producers: Stephen Colbert, Chris Licht, R.J. Fried
Co-Executive Producer: Tim Luecke
Supervising Producers: Mike Leech, Zach Smilovitz
Animation Directors: Steven Conner, Brett Hall, Mack Williams,
Meaghan Horner

Outstanding Individual Achievement in Animation – Background Design

Lauren Wendell
Episode 303, “Election Security”

Outstanding Individual Achievement in Animation – Character Animation

Jacob Kafka
Episode 207, “The Supreme Court”

Stephen Brooks
Episode 204, “The Best People”

Outstanding Individual Achievement in Animation – Character Design

Rob Chandler
Episode 206, “Visting the Troops”

Outstanding Individual Achievement in Animation – Color

Kevin Scarborough
Episode 308, “G-7”

Outstanding Individual Achievement in Animation – Production Design

Kirill Yeretsky, Art Director
Episode 208, “Climate Change”

Outstanding Individual Achievement in Animation – Storyboard

Kelly Jones
Episode 306, “The Endorsement”

Dan McCool
Episode 206, “Visting the Troops”

Outstanding Character Voice-Over Performance

Jeff Bergman as Joe Biden/Donald Trump
Episode 302, “The Economy”

James Adomian as Bernie Sanders/Rudy Giuliani/Sean Hannity/Ted Cruz
Episode 304, “Fox News”

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S2 E4 | "The Best People"

Our Cartoon President makes his cabinet more competent to prove he only hires “the best people,” while a freshly bearded Cartoon Ted Cruz sets out to makeover Cartoon Stephen Miller in his slightly less repulsive image.

S2 E6 | "Visiting the Troops"

Our Cartoon President uses Hollywood magic to fake a handshake with the troops while a lonely Cartoon Don Jr. forms a fast friendship with cartoon tech-mogul Elon Musk.

S2 E7 | "Supreme Court"

Our Cartoon President schmoozes the Supreme Court at Mar-A-Lago to ensure the Court upholds his right to commit crimes while Cartoon Eric attempts to babysit an intoxicated Cartoon Brett Kavanaugh.

S3 E1 | "Climate Change"

Our Cartoon President decides to buck his party and reverse climate change to solve his sweating problem while a disheveled Cartoon Bernie Sanders asks Cartoon Mitt Romney to transform him into a polished candidate.

S3 E3 | "Election Security"

Fearing massive Democratic voter turnout, Cartoon Trump, with the help of Cartoon “Moscow” Mitch McConnell, guts election security measures, leaving the door wide open for Russian interference. Meanwhile, Cartoon Pete Buttigieg struggles to keep his campaign viable after the scandalous revelation that he’s only the mayor of South Bend, Indiana.

S3 E6 | "The Endorsement"

At the urging of Cartoons Speaker Pelosi and Leader Schumer, Cartoon Joe Biden pursues Cartoon Barack Obama’s prized endorsement in hopes of clinching the nomination. Meanwhile, Cartoon Kellyanne Conway must convince Cartoon Trump that his fabled and impossibly positive “internal polls” actually do exist.

S3 E8 | "G-7"

After the G-7 nations make Cartoon Trump feel like a loser, he decides to start his own international alliance for cool dictators including Cartoons Putin, Turkey’s Erdogan, and Saudi Arabia’s Mohammad bin Salman. Meanwhile, Cartoons Ivanka and Don Jr. fight to see who will inherit the Trump dynasty.

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