The meme-tastic show that we have laughed out loud to is coming to South Africa. Deadline reported that local versions of the popular game show, Family Feud will film in Ghana and South Africa later this year.
The show pits two families against each other in where they name the most popular responses to survey questions in order to win money and prizes. It was originally created in 1976 and has been running ever since. Steve Harvey took over as the host in 2010.
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About the big announcement, Harvey said, ‘Bringing Family Feud to Africa has long been a dream of mine…I believe Family Feud will become a household name for local South African and Ghanaian families.’
Channel24 reported that Harvey will be staying in South Africa for a few months and he hopes to give back to the African continent by helping to grow talent and creating opportunities for employment.
About the show, he said, ‘Same format, except it will be an hour long. The difference is, some of the questions will be catered to the African culture so it can more relatable. The beauty of it is, Africans deserve to see each other on TV.’
Production for the South African Family Feud will take place in Johannesburg later this year, and it will air in the first quarter of 2020.