Is your family a little odd? Are you wild, maybe a bit crazy, and know way too much random information?

Well you might just have what it takes to be on the Feud.

One of the few nice things about COVID, is everything happens online now, whether it is through zoom or some other video service.

Well Family Feud is no different.

You can apply for your family of 5 (5 members by blood, marriage, or adoption) by filling out the application online.

But here's the thing, you need to include a video. It's not mandatory but it always helps.

 

Tell them something unique you do as a family, maybe you are the next partridge family, maybe you all break dance, something that will make you stand out. Be weird, be zany, have fun with it because that's what they want.

When it comes to game shows like Family Feud, the best thing you can do is be enthusiastic, act like you love the show, act like you like your family.

But you also need to be aware of the rules, it is recommended participants be over the age of 15, you can't be running for political office of any kind, must be a U.S. citizen, and obviously cannot be related to someone who works FremantleMedia, Debmar-Mercury, Wanderlust Productions, any affiliate that carries Family Feud, or any Steve Harvey productions including The Steve and Marjorie Harvey Foundation, they are ineligible.

But this is your shot, get your family together, watch youtube clips on what mistakes not to make, and get ready to join Steve Harvey on Family Feud.

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