Family Film & TV Awards 2024 Photos: D'Amelios, Candace Cameron Bure, Amanda Kloots and More
Dixie and Charli D'Amelio at the Family Film And TV Awards 2024.
The 2024 awards season is in full swing and the latest stop for the stars was the 26th Annual Family Film and TV Awards. Some of the Hollywood's biggest stars took to the red carpet at the 2024 FFTVAs, where family-friendly movies like Barbie, Elemental and The Little Mermaid were nominated aside TV shows like Loki, Percy Jackson and the Olympians and The Neighborhood. The evening was hosted by The Talk hosts Akbar Gbajabiamila and Amanda Kloots, with stars like the D'Amelio family, Max Greenfield and Adam Sandler in attendance.
Plenty of big names walked the Family Film and TV Awards red carpet and stopped by Getty Images portrait studio for some stunning shots in their chicest fashion. The whole night was recorded and will be aired shortly on CBS. Here's everything you need to know about the 2024 Family Film and TV Awards along with an exclusive gallery of the stars in attendance.
2024 Family Film and TV Awards Portrait Gallery
Family Film and TV Awards 2024
See the stars behind the scenes in exclusive portraits from the 26th annual Family Film and TV Awards 2024.
How to watch the 2024 Family Film and TV Awards
The 26th Annual Family Film and TV Awards will air Saturday, Jan. 27, 2024 at 8 p.m. ET on CBS. It will also be available for live and on-demand streaming via Paramount+ on Jan. 28, 2024.
A number of stars walked the red carpet at the 2024 Family Film and TV Awards including: Adam Sandler, Candace Cameron Bure, Charli D'Amelio, Corey Feldman, Ernie Hudson, Kel Mitchell, Laura Marano, Max Greenfield, Montel Williams, Phil Koeghan and more.
Who hosted the 2024 Family Film and TV Awards?
The evening, emceed by The Talk hosts Amanda Kloots and Akbar Gbajabiomila, was a family affair. "We had a great time together, and it's always meaningful to be a part of something that celebrates family, said Gbajabiamila. Kloots added "Co-hosting with Akbar made the evening even more special. He's like family to me."
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