Hosted by Steve Harvey, two families battle it out by answering survey questions for a chance to win $20,000 and, after 5 wins, a new car.
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Steve Harvey ...  Self - Host 741 episodes, 2010-2021
Rubin Ervin Rubin Ervin ...  Self - Announcer 342 episodes, 2015-2019


An updated version of the classic game show. Steve Harvey referees two families of five members competing against each other by guessing the popular answers to survey questions like "name something found in a glove compartment". The family that reaches 300 points gets a chance to win $20,000. Written by Cyborg89

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For Season 11, the producers wanted a new intro and way to introduce the families. They removed the family name displays to have an intro similar to the 1992 - 1994 Bullseye era of Combs Feud. The family introductions were now (with a couple episodes doing them the normal way) a video clip of the families introducing themselves and doing silly antics outside of the studio. See more »


Host: Something a burglar wouldn't want to see when he breaks into a house.
Windham, Rod: [Rod buzzes in first]
Host: Rod.
Windham, Rod: Naked grandma.
Host: Naked huh?
[completely stunned]
Juan: I don't wanna see that either.
Host: I know you're right. Nobody wants to see a naked grandma. What are the chances, breaking into a house and your grandma be naked.
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Techno Party Theme Song
by John Lewis Parker
With a portion of original theme courtesy of Robert Israel
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This isn't off the air yet???
28 July 2001 | by stargazer24See all my reviews

I'm sitting and patiently waiting for someone to realize this show sucks and pull it off the air. It's an insult to the late Mark Goodson and Bill Todman (who created the original), Richard Dawson (the greatest Feud host of all time), Gene Wood (a great announcer), and the late Ray Combs (an good replacement), and everything they did to make this show a classic among game shows.

Family Feud used to be a good time for the whole family, but I'm not sure that I'd let my kids (if I had any) watch this. The questions are ridiculous and the answers have more sexual overtones than an episode of The Newlywed Game.

Louie looks like he'd rather be doing anything but hosting this game, which is another reason this version doesn't work. This show relies on a strong, personable host and Louie is neither. A few times I've seen him resort to name dropping Richard's name in an effort to make himself look better. It's not working Louie.

Thank God GSN shows the good Richard Dawson and Ray Combs versions of this show, because if it weren't for them...well, survey would way!!!

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20 September 1999 (USA) See more »

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