‘Jeopardy! Masters’ Renewed for Season 2; ‘Celebrity Family Feud’ Renewed for Season 10

ABC has renewed “Jeopardy! Masters” for Season 2 and “Celebrity Family Feud” for Season 10.

“Jeopardy! Masters” debuted in May of 2023 with Ken Jennings as host. (Jennings is also now the solo host of the flagship “Jeopardy!” series after Mayim Bialik was fired as co-host in December, though it is unclear whether she will return for other primetime versions of the show, such as “Celebrity Jeopardy!” in the future.) Each episode showcases some of the highest-ranked current “Jeopardy!” contestants as they play two games to compete for the ultimate title. Contestants for Season 2 will be announced at a later date. “Jeopardy! Masters” is executive produced by Michael Davies, and Sony Pictures Television is the studio.

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Featuring longtime “Family Feud” host Steve Harvey, “Celebrity Family Feud” features big names alongside with their immediate family members or their extended TV families as they attempt to name the most popular responses to survey questions for a chance to win money for a charity of their choice.

Myeshia Mizuno, who serves as showrunner on ABC’s unscripted courtroom comedy “Judge Steve Harvey,” has been set as the new showrunner of “Celebrity Family Feud.” Later this year, ABC will air two specials in celebration of the franchise: “Family Feud: Decades of Laughs” and “Family Feud: The Best of Steve Harvey,” featuring highlights from the syndicated and primetime versions of the show throughout the years. Fremantle produces “Celebrity Family Feud.”

The news was announced during ABC’s presentation at the Television Critics Association’s winter 2024 press tour.

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