The ceremony is to be taped Saturday at Sony Studios. It is scheduled to air on TV Land April 25.
Honorees previously announced for the event include the entire cast of "Everybody Loves Raymond" who will receive the Impact Award; "Glee," which will receive this year's Future Classic Award; and Mel Brooks and Carl Reiner, who will each receive the Legend Award.
Stars of the 1970s TV phenomenon "Charlie's Angels" will be on hand to receive the Pop Culture Award and to pay tribute to their cast member Farrah Fawcett, who died last June. Also scheduled to appear are Academy Award-winner Tom Hanks and Emmy Award-nominee Peter Scolari who will reunite to accept the Anniversary Award for the 30th anniversary of the comedy, "Bosom Buddies," along with fellow cast members Donna Dixon, Thelma Hopkins and Holland Taylor, marking the first time that the cast has been together publicly since the show went off the air.
The cast of "The Love Boat" will be on hand, as well, to receive the Fan Favorite Award. The show, which was executive produced by Aaron Spelling, was set on a cruise ship where the boat's crew encouraged its weekly guest stars to find romance on the high seas.
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