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For decades, Hollywood has gathered at ceremonies such as the Oscars and the Golden Globes to promote the film industry and congratulate each other in what many consider to be a spectacularly self-centered and tedious fashion. Now another awards ceremony is set to join them on the television schedule, but this time its one with a somewhat different agenda: the Razzies.

Yes, according to Access Hollywood, the Razzie Awards, which have been puncturing the egos of Hollywood elite for 30 years, will celebrate its fourth decade of recognizing incompetence in film by bringing its show to the small screen with next February's 31st annual ceremony.

According to Razzie founder John Wilson, the show will take place on Sat., Feb. 26. For decades, Hollywood has gathered at ceremonies such as the Oscars and the Golden Globes to promote the film industry and congratulate each other in what many consider to be a spectacularly self-centered and tedious fashion. Now another awards ceremony is set to join them on the television schedule, but this time its one with a somewhat different agenda: the Razzies.

Yes, according to Access Hollywood, the Razzie Awards, which have been puncturing the egos of Hollywood elite for 30 years, will celebrate its fourth decade of recognizing incompetence in film by bringing its show to the small screen with next February's 31st annual ceremony.

According to Razzie founder John Wilson, the show will take place on Sat., Feb. 26.

"This year, especially with Sandra Bullock, it got me thinking, this is something the world has to see," producer Eric Ortner said, referring to last year's much-ballyhooed appearance by the eventual Best Actress winner, who also took home the Worst Actress Razzie for her role in 'All About Steve.' Wilson agreed that Bullock's widely praised, tongue-in-cheek acceptance speech will help open doors within the industry.

"You're not going to have as hard a time getting contenders to show up," Wilson said, adding "I don't consider us a slap in the face, I consider us a banana peel on the floor. We're having fun, we're not here to take you hostage."

For a sneak peek at what's in store, check out this footage of Bullock receiving her Razzie last month: