The couple has two children together.
Despite her husband Will Smith’s recent Oscars issue, Jada Pinkett Smith’s Facebook Watch show Red Table Talk has been nominated for four Daytime Emmy nominations.
The mother-of-two, who co-hosts the show with her daughter Willow Smith, announced the good news on Instagram.
She wrote as a caption for the post: “We owe a huge debt of gratitude to the whole RTT family and our RTT community for their unwavering support.
We enjoy what we do, so thank you to all of the NATAS members for this recognition. It is very appreciated.”
The actress shared a snapshot of her Red Table Talk team with the exciting news in the post.
The 50-year-old also revealed that Gloria, Lili, and Emily Estafan’s show, Red Table Talk: The Estafans, which is a spin-off of the successful talkshow, has been nominated for three Daytime Emmys.
Both shows were nominated in the category of “Outstanding instructive talk show.”
After slapping Chris Rock at the Oscars, Jada’s husband, Will Smith, had a big project cancelled, the joyous news brings some much-needed brightness to the Pinkett-Smith home.
Following the terrible incident, a lot of his projects have been put on hold, and now it has been revealed that his comedy series This Joka has been cancelled.
Will and Jada’s Westbrook Studios produced the show, which was available on streaming platform Roku.
“Deadline understands that the decision had nothing to do with the Oscars incident, where Smith smacked comic Chris Rock on stage, but rather a rather unique issue with time,” according to Deadline.
Other projects, including Netflix and Sony pictures, have apparently been put on hold. Apple TV+ has declined to comment on their upcoming Emancipation service.
Will has been barred from attending any Academy events for the next decade as a result of the Oscars incident.
“I accept and respect the Academy’s decision,” said the father-of-two, who received a standing ovation on the night and won Best Actor for King Richard.