The Ally McBeal Cast Reunites, and More from Inside the TV Land Awards

The TV Land Awards took it old school on Saturday night, bringing a little bit of country, a little bit of rock ‘n roll, and a whole lot of nostalgia for their awards ceremony in Los Angeles. The event honored shows like Parenthood and Ally McBeal and folks like Donny and Marie Osmond (who joked to PEOPLE that the secret to her five decade success is “formaldehyde”).

Ally McBeal Singer Launches Kickstarter Campaign for New Album

Remember that infectious Ally McBeal theme song?

It’s been more than 10 years since the cult ’90s hit ended its five-season run, and now the creative force behind the catchy opening tune “Searchin’ My Soul” – Vonda Shepard – is ready to get back in the spotlight.

Shepard – who also appeared as the bar singer in the series – has continued to produce music and recently turned to Kickstarter to help fund her latest work.

Why Calista Flockhart wanted to get hit with a football

C12iwTiming is everything for Calista Flockhart. As Ally McBeal was ending, she adopted her son Liam, now 6, and became a full-time mom once the show was over.

WEEK IN REVIEW: Last Call for 'Ally'

FINAL CALL: “Ally McBeal” is planning to go out with a bang. The Los Angeles Times reported that the David E. Kelley program starring Calista Flockhart, 37, as the romantically challenged legal eagle, will bring back three departed members of the original cast for its May 20 finale – including one whose character is deceased.

Cast Reunion for 'Ally McBeal' Finale

“Ally McBeal” is planning to go out with a bang, promos for the Fox show indicated Monday night. Adding to the news, the Los Angeles Times reported the following morning that the David E. Kelley program starring Calista Flockhart, 37, as the romantically challenged legal eagle will bring back three departed members of the original cast for its May 20 finale – including one whose character is deceased.

Au Revoir, Ally: Kelley Kills 'McBeal'

An era ends: After five seasons on Fox, David E. Kelley’s Emmy-winning dramedy “Ally McBeal” is closing its casebook for good, Kelley and Fox executives announced Wednesday. According to The New York Times, Kelley delivered the news to the cast, including lead Calista Flockhart, Wednesday night on the set. The Hollywood Reporter said that the announcement came as a shock to the cast and crew, with some bursting into tears. Kelley now faces the writing of the May 20 series finale.