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Celebrity Family Feud 

Celebrity families face-off to win money. Al Roker originally hosted the show in 2008, but Steve Harvey replaced him after the show was revived in 2015.
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Celebrity contestants include Chrissy Teigen, John Legend, the cast of "Vanderpump Rules," Terry and Rebecca Crews, and Karamo Brown.


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Cast

Series cast summary:
Steve Harvey ...  Himself - Host 36 episodes, 2015-2019
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Storyline

Celebrity families face-off to win money. Al Roker originally hosted the show in 2008, but Steve Harvey replaced him after the show was revived in 2015.

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Comedy | Game-Show

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TV-PG
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Official Sites:

ABC Celebrity Family Feud

Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

24 June 2008 (USA) See more »

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For these specials, the set received a makeover. The border around the board was made silver and the back color of the big board was blue throughout the main game and red for the Sudden Death round. The answer spots are light blue and have blue circles with white numbers that load onto the board once the host says how many answers are on the board. This helps in editing just in case a question gets thrown out. The Face-Off podium is painted silver around the top, sides, and bottom. New Family podiums are used and they blue have black around the top, sides, and bottom. The regular family name displays were replaced with a slim and wide video screen with a blue background with yellow letters. The floor was extended by adding a white runway that changed colors when lighten up. The lower background on the sides of the board is changed to solid black with stars. For Fast Money, the answer spots and total section had a yellow boarder placed around it and featured a white flash of light to show an answer and how many people said it. See more »

Quotes

Steve Harvey: Fill in the blank: pie in the what?
Snoop Dogg: Horse.
[the audience laughs]
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Connections

Spun-off from Family Feud (1999) See more »

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Dumb And Dumbed Down
29 June 2017 | by atlasmbSee all my reviews

Now, in 2017, Steve Harvey is the host.

The format is the same, the rules are the same, and the winning team gets $25,000 for its favorite charity.

But in this latest version:

*The questions are insipid and aimed at an older audience.

*The way they phrase the answers on the board are attempts by the writers to be creative and suggestive, but sometimes vague or irrelevant.

*When the winning team plays for the money, the questions are ridiculously easy. It is almost impossible not to win the $25,000. No doubt this is because they want to reward the celebrities for appearing on the show.


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