Family Feud (Philippine Game Show)
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Family Feud Philippine Game Show

Family Feud
Family feud 2016-titlecard.jpg
GenreGame show
Directed by
  • Ding Bolanos (ABC)
  • Uro dela Cruz (GMA Network)
  • Arnel Natividad (ABS-CBN)
Presented by
Narrated by
  • Jefferson Utanes (ABC, 2001-2002)
  • Michael Knight (ABC, 2002)
  • Al Torres (GMA Network)
  • Peter Musngi (ABS-CBN)
Country of originPhilippines
Original Tagalog
No. of episodes
  • 172 (ABC)
  • 324 (GMA Network)
  • 109 (ABS-CBN)
  • 605 (total)
Production location(s)Philippines
Camera setupMultiple-camera setup
Running time45 minutes
Original network
  • ABC (2001-2002)
  • GMA Network (2008-2011)
  • ABS-CBN (2016-2017)
Picture format
Original release
  • ABC
  • November 19, 2001 - December 28, 2002
  • GMA Network
  • October 13, 2008 - July 1, 2011
  • April 9, 2016
 - May 7, 2017 (2017-05-07)

Family Feud is a Philippine television game show broadcast by GMA Network. Hosted by Ogie Alcasid, its first run on ABC premiered on November 19, 2001. The show concluded on December 28, 2002 with a total of 172 episodes.

The second version, hosted by Richard Gomez (later Dingdong Dantes and Edu Manzano) on GMA Network, premiered on October 13, 2008. The show concluded on July 1, 2011 with a total of 324 episodes.

The third version is hosted by Luis Manzano on ABS-CBN from April 9, 2016 to May 7, 2017.

Gameplay differences from the United States version

(United States version)

The two "families", which consist of four to five members each, represents a current or previously aired ABS-CBN show or a real life family.

The primary rule changes for this version as compared to most versions worldwide relates to scoring and winning the game. The first two rounds are single value rounds, but the final two rounds are double value rounds (there is no triple value round).

On the ABC and ABS-CBN versions, the family with more points after the fourth round won the game. On the ABS-CBN run, the winning family will receive P50,000 plus the total points gathered for four rounds. (Example: if winning family gathered total of 400 points for 4 rounds x 100 pesos/point = P40,000. therefore, the winning family will receive P90,000)

On the GMA version, only the third question was worth double points with each succeeding round scoring triple points until one family reached at least 300 points, thereby winning P50,000. The fifth round, if needed, only featured the top answer worth triple points. In 2011, naming all the answers won P10,000 and any one top answer on each episode would be worth P5,000.

Fast Money

Fast Money is played with the standard format, with two representative members of the winning family playing. The first answer is the final answer. The primary difference is the first player got 25 (15 on ABC and 20 on GMA) seconds to answer questions while the second player is given 30 (20 on ABC and 25 on GMA) seconds to answer the same questions.

On the ABC run, 200 points won a prize package. Scores of less than 200 points were multiplied by P100. On the GMA version, 200 points added P100,000 to the P50,000 they won earlier. At one point early in 2009, each top answer won P10,000. On the ABS-CBN run, the jackpot for scoring 200 points was P200,000.


According to AGB Nielsen Philippines' Mega Manila household television ratings, the pilot episode of Family Feud on GMA Network earned a 21.2% rating.[1]


  1. ^ "Mega Manila Ratings : October 13, 2008". October 14, 2008. Retrieved 2018.

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