Steve Harvey will return as host of “Celebrity Family Feud” while Ken Jennings is back for more “Jeopardy! Masters” as both game shows have been renewed for new seasons set to air later this year on ABC, the network announced today. Additionally, Myeshia Mizuno, who also serves as showrunner on the unscripted courtroom comedy series “Judge Steve Harvey” has been named the new showrunner for “Celebrity Family Feud.”
In announcing the show’s 10th season on the network, ABC also revealed that two specials will also air later this year in celebration of the iconic show, such as “Family Feud: Decades of Laughs” and “Family Feud: The Best of Steve Harvey,” which highlights some of the best moments from both the syndicated and primetime shows throughout the years.
Viewers can expect the game show and specials to air this summer on ABC and stream the next day on Hulu. Produced by Fremantle, Mizuno is the showrunner and executive producer of “Celebrity Family Feud.”
As for “Jeopardy! Masters,” Jennings (aka “G.O.A.T.”) returns for another tournament-style season to air later this spring. As before, each hourlong episode will showcase some of the highest-ranked current “Jeopardy!” contestants, with two action-packed and high-stakes games.
The full field of contestants competing for the coveted title of “Jeopardy! Masters” Champion will be announced at a later date. The high-stakes competition will air on ABC and stream on Hulu the next day.
Produced by Sony Pictures Television, the latest iteration in the “Jeopardy!” wheelhouse finished among the top three new series last season in both Total Viewers and Adults 18-49, averaging 7.27 million Total Viewers after 35 days of delayed viewing on linear and streaming platforms. “Jeopardy! Masters” is executive produced by Michael Davies.