Teams of celebrities and their families face off to name the top responses to questions posed to 100 people.
That’s the premise of Celebrity Family Feud, hosted by Steve Harvey. The show features teams of celebrities playing as a family for charity purposes, rather than the usual format of real families playing for cash and prizes.
Most episodes feature two self-contained games, each concluding with Fast Money. Teams earn $25,000 for their chosen charity by winning Fast Money, or $10,000 if they fail to reach 200 points. Teams who lose the main game receive $5,000 for their charity.
This week Celebrity Family Feud presents WBC vs. UFC, the stars of the World Boxing Council taking on the famous fighters of mixed martial arts.
The WBC team, which will compete for the “Andy Vargas Foundation,” is comprised of lightweight Silver champion Ryan Garcia, former champions Evander Holyfield, Shawn “Showtime” Porter and Riddick “Big Daddy” Bowe; plus WBC President Mauricio Sulaimán.
On behalf of the UFC team, which will play for the “V Foundation,” are Forrest Griffin, Henry Cejudo, Michelle Waterson, Holly Holm and Stephen Thompson.
The broadcast of this episode will be this Thursday, October 29 (8: 00-9: 00 p.m. EDT), on ABC. The episodes can also be viewed the next day on demand and on the Hulu platform.