Applications now open for Family Feud

Applications are now open! Do you think your family has what it takes? Apply now-

Posted by Family Feud New Zealand on Wednesday, November 25, 2015

Is your family ready to get its feud on? Iconic gameshow Family Feud is heading to New Zealand screens – and we’re looking for fun, lively families to take part!

When 100 people were surveyed and asked the question: “Name something you pull up?”, the top
answer was, “pants”.

If you think you can guess the most popular answer to questions like this, beloved gameshow Family Feud could be for you.

So grab your favourite family members – you need a team of four who are all over 16 and related in some way – and fill in the form or submit a video application at Production staff will contact you about auditions happening in your area.

If you’re successful, you could appear on Family Feud with host Dai Henwood and go home with loads of cash and prizes.

“Remember, you’re competing for cash, so you don’t want to pick family members who will throw you under the bus,” says Dai. “Get your favourites together and see you on the show!”

About Family Feud:

Family Feud, which has screened in 57 countries worldwide, is widely regarded as one of the most perfectly constructed game shows ever devised. The concept is simple: two families face off answering simple questions that have been put to 100 people to determine the most popular responses.

The two families score points by guessing the most popular answers the people surveyed have provided. The more popular the response, the more points each answer receives.

Family Feud is a FremantleMedia format.

— Mediaworks

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If they're on, I'm usually watching Game of Thrones, The Walking Dead, 24, Battlestar Galactica, The X Factor, Survivor, House of Cards, Mad Men and the NRL.
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  • toby_toby

    I quite like the US version…. well, the youtube highlights I’ve seen anyway. This could be good if Dai can interact with the contestants like Steve Harvey can.

  • Dave Ian Batten

    Dai is funny, he’d be a good host. I’m surprised Family Feud isn’t on TVNZ because the Aussie version was on TV2, but I’m sure TV3 will do a good job of it.