ABC's "Lost" and CBS's "King of Queens" took top family-friendly honors Wednesday at the seventh annual Family Television Awards.

"Lost" was named best drama and "King of Queens" won for best comedy.

CBS's "Amazing Race" won for best reality program and UPN's "Everybody Hates Chris" won for best new series.

Best movie honors went to the TNT film, "The Wool Cap." The WB's long-running family series "7th Heaven" took home a lifetime achievement award.

Two leading players on ABC also were recognized. Ty Pennington was named best reality host for his work on "Extreme Makeover: Home Edition," and Jim Belushi, star of "According to Jim," won best actor.

Reba McEntire, star of the "Reba" series on the WB, was named best actress. McEntire also hosted the hourlong awards program at the Beverly Hilton Hotel, which is scheduled to air Dec. 11 on the WB.

Presenters included Felicity Huffman ("Desperate Housewives"), Jane Seymour ("Modern Men"), Freddie Prinze, Jr. ("Freddie") and Frankie Muniz ("Malcolm in the Middle").

Winners of Family Television Awards are chosen by members of the Association of National Advertisers — major corporate marketers — to honor outstanding programming for family viewing.

The Family Friendly Programming Forum, which includes advertisers representing 45 companies, created the awards to promote the development and airing of family-oriented programs during television's prime viewing hours, from 8 p.m. to 10 p.m.

Kaki Hinton, co-chairwoman of the Family Friendly Programming Forum, said such programs "have cross-generational appeal, depict real-life situations and handle those issues very responsibly."