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Family Feud: Season 22 (and the show in general)
« on: September 15, 2020, 04:39:16 PM »
I felt like I had to start this topic instead of going off-topic elsewhere.   This is the week we're expecting to see the start of the 11th season of Family Feud "starting" Steve Harvey.  Maybe it started on September 14th, but not for me.


Here are a couple links discussing the restart


Typically the second Monday of September (if not the Monday before autumn) brings the return, or rather the start of a new season of first-run syndicated programs, including Jeopardy, Wheel of Fortune, and Family Feud.  I think Jeopardy & Wheel have started new seasons on the Tuesday after Labor Day in the past.

However, as mentioned elsewhere, Family Feud did not begin its 22nd season.  Unless it did in other parts of the country, maybe those episodes are being held back a week or two, if not indefinitely.  There could be a local argument that it didnít start on 09/14 due to football, but I checked my listings and I did not see mention of the new season.  In fact, Iím getting 2019 episodes.

I wonder whatís going on; maybe is it just me.  I checked everywhere for an explanation, only to come up empty handed.

Apparently per the articles, the Feud will follow the guidelines based on where theyíre taping, from LA to Atlanta.  No audience, maybe pumped in crowd noise/laughter, but I believe they have started taping but I wonder how itíll play out.  Maybe Steve will stay at the podium instead of pace at the controlling familiesí podium.  Fast Money will be even more interesting.

Of course I may be interested.  Definitely will be a change for sure.  Iíll be honest; the show is doing very well, but man, they havenít changed much in a long time, especially the structure.  It could use some changes before Feud becomes officially stale (or not)
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Re: Family Feud: Season 22 (and the show in general)
« Reply #1 on: September 16, 2020, 02:20:20 PM »
I think Family Feud is starting on 10/5.  I saw a commercial for it last night and I thought they said 10/5.

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Re: Family Feud: Season 22 (and the show in general)
« Reply #2 on: September 17, 2020, 11:46:39 AM »
I thought Feud was going to try the virtual audience? It's going to be interesting Steve works well with an audience.



Feud has been stale for years its the same old song and dance.

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Re: Family Feud: Season 22 (and the show in general)
« Reply #3 on: September 17, 2020, 12:09:17 PM »
October 5th will be the start of the new season and Steve's 10th year as host.

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Re: Family Feud: Season 22 (and the show in general)
« Reply #4 on: September 20, 2020, 02:31:59 PM »
Thanks everyone.  BTW, it's Harvey's 11th year coming up.


I heard September 28th, but for proof, I think it was just Wikipedia.  So that would lack validity, but I think that's more misleading.  GSN was promoting new Harvey episodes on 09/28/2020 with a start time pushed back an hour.  I really took it as them starting to air Season 21 on GSN, but not the upcoming season.  Besides, people are still seeing reruns on the week of 09/28.

So, 10/05/2020 it is!


I agree that Steve works well with an audience.  Given his career, without one he's just average, or can just be average.  Some of the folks might take that as disrespect, but he'll be put to the test to see how well he really can do hosting the show without an audience
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