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'The Wonder Years' and 'Ally McBeal' Among 2015 TV Land Awards Winners

In addition to handing awards, TV Land Awards honored Betty White and the Osmonds, as well as paying tribute to the late Joan Rivers.   Read More... //

John Travolta and Cast of 'Welcome Back, Kotter' Honored at 'TV Land Awards' (VIDEO)

Despite enormous breakout popularity in its first two seasons, 'Welcome Back, Kotter' never managed to win any awards. It created catch-phrases, and made instant stars of its cast, but it wasn't until its 35th anniversary at the '2011 TV Land Awards' (Sun., 9PM ET on TV Land) that the cast would be honored for their work on the series. "I think it's a little overdue, but thank you very much," said Lawrence Hilton-Jacobs, who played Freddie 'Boom-Boom' Washington. "Thank you for the award. Thank you for honoring us and the legacy." Series co-creator and star Gabe Kaplan talked about how the show was largely inspired by his own upbringing and particularly his multi-cultural group of friends. Read More... //

Regis Philbin to Receive TV Land's Legend Award

Regis Philbin will receive the Legend Award at this year's TV Land Awards , the cable network announced Monday. The Legend Award is given to an entertainer or TV show that has stood the test of time and ranks among the most celebrated in entertainment history. Previous winners include Garry Marshall, Mel Brooks, Carl Reiner and Don Rickles. "Hey, it's about time... //

TV Land Awards: 'Glee' honored as future classic on nostalgic night

The 8th Annual TV Land Awards, hosted by Tim Allen, were filled with cast reunions, people confessing what they did when they were on The Love Boat (Billy Crystal: 'I kissed Nancy Kulp, who was on The Beverly Hillbillies. It's true'), and wonderfully absurd moments such as Charo gyrating behind a seated Brad Garrett as Blondie, recipient of the Icon award, performed 'One Way or Another' live. Members of the cast of Glee were on hand to accept their Future Classic award shortly after the cast of Bosom Buddies celebrated its 30th anniversary. (Cue Jane Lynch who said, 'I was just thinking that, um, if we have a 30 year anniversary thing, I'll probably be dead. And it made me so sad. But I hope you all have fun. And that you say, you know, 'We miss Jane.') But even Glee got the retro treatment when the all-star TV Land Glee Club performed a closing rendition of 'Don't Stop Believin' - led by David Hasselhoff and Marilu Henner. (The back-up 'singers' included Todd Bridges, Joyce DeWitt, Jamie Farr, Marla Gibbs, Howard Hesseman, Shirley Jones, Richard Karn, Richard Moll, Marion Ross, Jimmie Walker, Marcia Wallace and Fred Willard.) As amazing as that sounds - watch it here - it's the sound bites that we will remember. Here, some of the evening's best. To Read More Click Here .

Bosom Buddies, Everybody Loves Raymond Casts Reunite for TV Land Awards

Bosom Buddies' Tom Hanks and Peter Scolari reunited to receive the Anniversary Award, celebrating the '80s sitcom's 30th anniversary as celebrities old and new gathered at the TV Land Awards. Jay Leno presented the award Saturday night to the cast, which included Donna Dixon, Thelma Hopkins and Holland Taylor. The series centered on two bachelors who pretended to be women to live in a low-cost, all-female hotel after their apartment is condemned. Billy Crystal was on hand to present the Legend Award to Mel Brooks, the visionary behind the TV series Get Smart and such films as The Producers (and Tony-winning adaptation), Blazing Saddles and Young Frankenstein, and Carl Reiner (The Dick Van Dyke Show, Ocean's Eleven), who started out in Your Show of Shows together in the 1950s. To Read More Click Here .

Tim Allen to Host TV Land Awards

Tim Allen will host the 8th annual TV Land Awards, the network announced. "Tim Allen is a versatile and hilarious performer who fits perfectly into the plans for this year's TV Land Awards," Larry W. Jones, president of TV Land, said. "We are thrilled to have him as our host this year." Allen, who starred in ABC's Home Improvement for eight years, will again voice Buzz Lightyear in the Disney/Pixar animated film Toy Story 3, scheduled to hit theaters June 18. Allen's last on-screen appearance came in his feature film directorial debut, Crazy on the Outside, which co-starred Ray Liotta and Sigourney Weaver. It's scheduled to come out on DVD next month. Honorees this year include Glee (Future Classic Award), Mel Brooks and Carl Reiner, who will each receive the Legend Award, Charlie's Angels (Pop Culture Award) and Everybody Loves Raymond (Impact Award). The cast of Charlie's Angels will pay tribute to Farrah Fawcett, who died in June 2009 from cancer, while the cast of Raymond will reunite for the first time since Peter Boyle's death in 2006. The ceremony will be held Saturday, April 17, and will air Sunday, April 25, at 9/8c on TV Land. Source Here