Quality, intergenerational programming is alive and well, and on Friday, the CW honored some of TV and film's best shows, films and more within the genre at on the 10th annual Family Entertainment Awards.
Among this year's big honorees are CBS' The Ghost Whisperer, ABC's Pushing Daisies and Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants 2, for which Gossip girl Blake Lively took the stage. A video game system was honored, too: Mario Lopez, Derek and Julianne Hough, her Dancing partner Cody Linley and 90210er Jennie Garth all appeared to accept an award on behalf of the Wii (which has upped our tennis game).
The event, which Everybody Hates Chris' adorable Tyler James Williams hosted, also featured stars from the music world. Phenoms Miley Cyrus and Leona "Bleeding Love" Lewis accepted the special event award for Stand Up 2 Cancer, which aired in Sept. with a celeb-studded lineup of artists and celebs.
Other honorees included Michael Phelps' mother, Debbie, for a Special Olympic Moment, plus House of Payne, Wall-E and the TV movie of A Raisin in the Sun. Which shows and movies do you think deserved some kudos?