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Airdate: Family Feud with Grant Denyer on Ten

ProgrammingKevin Perry
  Grant Denyer is ready for a 'Family Feud'  image - supplied

Grant Denyer is ready for a 'Family Feud'
image - supplied

TEN’s latest attempt to boost its primetime schedule Family Feud, is set to launch on Australian television screens on Monday, July 14, at 6.00pm.

Hosted by Grant Denyer, the hopefully re-energised version of the classic game show is promising to deliver great entertainment.

Grant Denyer said: “Family Feud is a fantastic show that the entire family can truly sit down all together and enjoy. I think viewers will love how fun, fast and funny this new series is.
Hilarious and unexpected answers are the brilliance of this show; you can never anticipate what falls out of someone’s mouth under pressure and neither can they. It’s really fun to watch, it’s incredibly enjoyable to play along with at home and I think that it’s a perfect family alternative for 6pm.”

Two families of four are brought together and go head-to-head answering questions that have been put to 100 people, to determine the most popular responses.

Network Ten Chief Programming Officer, Beverley McGarvey, said: “Grant is a great presenter and Family Feud is a much-loved and well-tested format. Together they make a great combination and will give Australians a fun, exciting and entertaining show.”

Ten has promised that the new Family Feud will be "faster and funnier than ever before" – and will extend beyond the television screen. A series of too-cheeky-for-TV clips will be exclusively available on and You Tube, plus Beamly (formerly Zeebox) will offer a play-along game that lets viewers play along with the action as it happens on screen.