The Family Feud Challenge

CBS (ended 1993)


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The Family Feud Challenge was a revamped version of the popular game show Family Feud. Hosted by Ray Combs, the show differed from its predecessor in numerous ways.

First, the show was expanded to an hour. In the first thirty minutes, two new families would compete against each other for the chance to face the returning champion family from the previous episode. After the teams were introduced, the show progressed into an all-new "Bullseye" round. In the Bullseye round, the aim was to get the #1 answer (the "Bullseye answer") to a survey question. Starting with the team captain, each member of the family went to the faceoff podium to answer their question. 5 questions were asked; one at a time. Whoever gave the #1 answer first won the dollar value of the question, which was then placed into their family's "bank" (seen on the family podiums). In the first half, each family would be started off with $2,500 in their banks, and the dollar values were $500/$1,000/$1,500/$2,000/$2,500, making the maximum amount $10,000. In the second half, the families were started off with $5,000 and the dollar values were $1,000/$2,000/$3,000/$4,000/$5,000, making the maximum amount $20,000.

After the Bullseye round, the game played as usual, with people trying to name all of the answers to a survey question. The first question had single-value points, the second had double-value points, and any others had triple-value points. Whoever got 300 points won the game and played Fast Money for their Bullseye bank.

The show premiered on CBS Daytime on June 19, 1992 and ran for one season until mid-1993.moreless