Family Feud (2016 Philippine game show)

Family Feud
Genre Game show
Directed by Arnel Natividad
Presented by Luis Manzano
Country of origin Philippines
Original language(s) Filipino, English
No. of episodes 56 (as of October 16, 2016) (list of episodes)
Running time 45 minutes
Saturday at 17:15 (PST)
Sunday at 17:00 (PST)
Production company(s) ABS-CBN Entertainment
FremantleMedia Asia
Original network ABS-CBN
Picture format 480i (SDTV)
1080i (HDTV)
Audio format mono sound
Original release April 9, 2016 (2016-04-09) – present

Family Feud is a Filipino television game show on ABS-CBN network hosted by Luis Manzano where two families compete to name the most popular responses to survey questions in order to win cash and prizes. It is set to be premiere on ABS-CBN and worldwide on The Filipino Channel on April 9, 2016, replacing Celebrity Playtime. Due to its episodes producing in a random order, the SDTV and HDTV formats are randomly selected.

Gameplay Differences from the United States version

Further information: Family Feud

(United States version)

The two "families", which consist of four to five members each, represents a current or previously aired ABS-CBN show or a real life family.

The primary rule changes for this version as compared to most versions worldwide relates to scoring and winning the game. The first two rounds are single value rounds, but the final two rounds are double value rounds (there is no triple value round).

The 300 points to win rule is not used; instead, as was the case in the 1999-2003 United States version, the family with more points after the fourth round wins the game. The winning family will receive P50,000 plus the total points gathered for four rounds. (Example: if winning family gathered total of 400 points for 4 rounds x 100 pesos/point = P40,000. therefore, the winning family will receive P90,000)

Fast Money

Fast Money is played with the standard format, with two representative members of the winning family playing. The first answer is the final answer. The primary difference is the first player is 25 (instead of 20) seconds to answer questions while the second player is given 30 (instead of 25) seconds to answer the same questions.

The jackpot prize for reaching 200 points is P200,000.

Other versions

The original short-lived version of Family Feud aired on ABC (now TV5) hosted by Ogie Alcasid from 2001 until 2002. Six years later, another revival of Feud aired on the GMA Network originally hosted by Richard Gomez followed by Dingdong Dantes (who was later replaced back by Gomez in 2010) from 2008 until 2010. In addition, a short-lived spinoff called Family Feud: The Showdown Edition again airing on the same network as before, hosted by Luis' father, Edu Manzano in 2011.

See also

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