Your Uncle Nutsy has noticed that the United States has many many many "awards" TV specials, awarding the year's supposedly-notable events in music, television, movies, and the like.
These shows typically have two related features:
1. They go on far too long; and
2. They're dull as dirt.
most shows have a few moments that might actually qualify as interesting- sentimental returns of retired old favorites, Canada-bashing musical numbers, popstresses wearing bandaids as dresses, incoherent drunken celebrities falling down, anything with Roberto Benigni, and the like. In addition, once in a blue moon, someone might say something cool.
So, at the end of the year, some academy (the Golden Raspberry Foundation?) should decide on the best awards shows in various categories (i.e., "Best ability to stay remotely on time," "Most gratuitously revealing wardrobe," "Best appearance by Roberto Benigni"). Then announce those results, separated by clips of the least boring things from that year's awards shows.
That way, you could get a year's worth of awards shows in 90 minutes.