Philadelphia, PA (May 9, 2019) – The National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences awarded “Xploration Weird But True” an Emmy Award for Outstanding Educational/Informational Series at the 46th Annual Daytime Emmy® Awards in Pasdena, CA. The series, co-produced by Steve Rotfeld Productions and National Geographic Kids, and syndicated by Steve Rotfeld Productions, is part of the award-winning Xploration Station three-hour E/I block. SRP’s Xploration Station has won two Emmys, and has received 24 Emmy nominations since its premier in 2014/15.

“’Weird But True’” is such a unique series,” said Executive Producer Steve Rotfeld, President of Steve Rotfeld Productions, “I’m so proud to see it receive this incredible honor, and I’m equally grateful to all of our broadcast stations for giving us the opportunity to make such great shows.”

“Xploration Weird But True” is hosted by brother and sister Charlie and Kirby Engelman. The series is a show based on the popular Nat Geo Kids books brand.  Each episodes takes kids on fun, educational adventures through a mix of arts & crafts and real-world exploration.

“Xploration Weird But True” is broadcast in over 100 million homes nationwide, primarily on FOX stations.