LIVINGSTON, NJ — In a breaking news announcement in the entertainment industry this week, “The Talk” on CBS announced that among the nominees for the 46th annual Daytime Emmy Awards is Livingston High School Class of 1987 graduate Jason Ubaldi’s series “Youth & Consequences”— an American “dramedy” on YouTube Premium that is nominated in the Outstanding Digital Daytime Drama Series category.
The eight-episode series—produced by Mark Gordon Co. and starring renowned YouTuber Anna Akana as well as Marcia Cross, Cary Elwes, Sean Grandillo and Piper Curde—has been previously nominated for a Streamy Award for Best Drama Series. In 2018, Akana took home the Streamy Award for Best Acting in a Drama for her performance for "Youth & Consequences."
Critics have described the high school series as fun, smart and funny in the way it presents a variety of social issues.
With Ubaldi’s other series “All Night” currently airing on Hulu, the Livingston native’s screenwriting career is really taking off.
For more on Ubaldi’s career, including details of how he got here and where he’s headed, click HERE to read an article featuring Ubaldi as part TAPinto Livingston’s “Where Are They Now?” column.
The 46th Daytime Emmy Awards, presented by the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences (NATAS), will be held on May 5 at the Pasadena Civic Auditorium in Pasadena, Ca.