Sure, Golden Globes and Emmys are nice. But there's another big honor that TV shows covet - being a part of the Museum of Television & Radio's Paley Festival in L.A. The 24th-annual event, which this year takes place March 1-15, pays tribute to hot series by screening an episode followed by a question-and-answer session with the cast. This year's honorees include American Idol, The Office, Brothers & Sisters, The Closer, Nip/Tuck, Prison Break, Heroes, Ugly Betty, Jericho and The Simpsons. "To be part of such a tradition is something I'll ­remember forever," says Heroes star Greg Grunberg. "Something to tell the grandkids one day." - Reporting by Craig Tomashoff