GLEE has landed yet another accolade - the hit U.S. TV show was among the big winners at the TV Land Awards on Saturday (17Apr10).
The musical was named Outstanding Comedy Series at the GLAAD Media Awards over the weekend (17Apr10) - and on the same night, the series won the Future Classic Award at the TV Land ceremony.
Glee actress Jane Lynch stepped on stage to pick up the trophy, and she also presented the Icon Award to singer Debbie Harry for Blondie's contribution to music and popular culture.
Tom Hanks reunited with his Bosom Buddies co-stars to accept the special Anniversary Award prize, celebrating 30 years since the sitcom's TV debut.
The cast of Everybody Loves Raymond also reunited on the night to pick up the Impact Award for their contribution to TV history, while filmmaker Mel Brooks was handed the Legend Award for his work on films including Get Smart and The Producers.
Former Charlie's Angels actresses Cheryl Ladd and Jaclyn Smith attended the event on behalf of late friend and co-star Farrah Fawcett, who was honoured with a special tribute at the gala in California.
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