Family Feud: Family Feud, Family Fortunes, Al Roker, Celebrity Family Feud, Louie Anderson, Richard Dawson, Ray Combs, John O'hurley
Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 26. Chapters: Family Fortunes, Al Roker, Steve Harvey, Louie Anderson, John O'Hurley, Richard Dawson, Ray Combs, Celebrity Family Feud, Family Feud around the world, Qu dice la gente?, Richard Karn, Gene Wood, La Guerre des clans, 100 mexicanos dijeron, Lucky 52, Bert's Family Feud, Sto k odnomu. Excerpt: Family Feud is an American television game show created by Mark Goodson and Bill Todman. Two families compete against each other in a contest to name the most popular responses to a survey question posed to 100 people. The format, which originated in the United States, airs in numerous local formats worldwide. The original version premiered on ABC and was hosted by Richard Dawson from 1976 until it was cancelled in 1985, by which point it had been popular on both the network and in syndication. The series was revived by CBS in 1988 with Ray Combs hosting it until its cancellation in 1993 and its accompanying syndicated series until 1994, when he was replaced by Dawson for one season. The series was activated again in 1999 and continues to air with the twelfth season, which began on September 13, 2010. During that time, it has been hosted by Louie Anderson, Richard Karn, John O'Hurley and Steve Harvey, who became the host at the start of the 2010-2011 season. Representatives of the family of contestants are posed questions that have already been answered by a survey of 100 people although, sometimes, the surveyed audience would be further narrowed down (e.g. "100 women"). An answer is considered correct if it is one of the concealed answers on the game board, or judged to be equivalent. More points are given for answers that have been given by more people in the survey, with one point per person. Dollars were used before 1992 (see below for more information). Answers must have been given by at least two of the 100 people to be ...
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