The 22nd Annual Movieguide Faith & Values Awards, which were Feb. 7, will be aired as a one-hour special this weekend on Reelz Channel.
Each year, the Faith & Values Awards are put on to honor the best family friendly movies and television shows. This year's noteworthy nominees included the likes of Disney's hit movie "Frozen," "Iron Man 3," "Duck Dynasty" and Mark Burnett's TV miniseries "The Bible."
Bill Engvall, known for his role as a comedian with Blue Collar Comedy, will host the event, and other big names will also make appearances throughout the special, including stars such as Corbin Bernsen and Roma Downey.
Additionally, musical performances will be given by Richie Sambora, Billy Ray Cyrus, Jacob Latimore, A.J. Michalka and Joni Eareckson Tada, who will perform "Alone Yet Not Alone." The song, from the movie of the same name, was controversially disqualified from its Oscar nomination for "Best Song" in January, as reported by Billboard.com.
According to its website, Movieguide's mission is to provide "a bridge between the entertainment industry and the traditional family audience." It states that the family audience is one of the largest demographics in the country, accounting for more than 65 percent of the American population.
The Movieguide Faith & Values Awards will be aired on Reelz Channel (DirecTV Ch. 238, Dish Network Ch. 299) at noon Saturday, March 1, with an encore showing before the Oscars March 2 at the same time.
For a full list of winners, read the recap by The Hollywood Reporter found here.
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