The TV Land Awards is an American television awards ceremony honoring television shows that are off the air, rather than in current production such as awards like the Emmy Awards
and is presented in a manner that spoofs other entertainment award ceremonies.
The TV Land Awards were created in 2003 by Executive Producer Michael Levitt and are hosted and broadcast by the TV Land network.
Awards are given in various categories (changing from year to year) with input from visitors to TV Land's website who can vote there for their favorite choices. Awards can and have been given to both individual actors/actresses and to entire television series.
The TV Land Awards previously broadcast simultaneously on ‘Nick at Nite’ until 2007.