Disney+ series Ms. Marvel cast members will receive an Ensemble Award for Television for their performances on the show, the Critics’ Choice Association (CCA) announced earlier this week.
The series will be honored as part of the CCA’s inaugural ceremony of Asia Pacific Cinema & Television.
It has outstanding achievements in front of and behind the camera. The awards ceremony will be held on November 4 in Los Angeles.
The Asia Pacific Film & Television category showcases emerging and established talent. Recent projects include ‘Turning Red’, ‘Squid Game’, ‘Pachinko’, ‘The Cleaning Lady’, ‘Fire Island’ and many more.
‘Kumari. Marvel’: Backstory will upset some Muslim fans
Ms. Marvel’s story revolves around an avid superhero fan, 16-year-old high school student Kamala Khan, played by Iman Vella, who has powers of her own. The story goes on to explore how she navigates her coming-of-age life and new powers while investigating her history and identity.
The series has plenty of local actors and talent including Fawad Khan and Mehwish Hayat along with Nimra Bucha and many more.
The latest episode of Ms. Marvel on Ode to Karachi
Actress Zenobia Shroff, who played Kamala’s mother in the series, tweeted her reaction:
A fan turned superhero in ‘Mrs. Marvel’s comic spin-off