LOS ANGELES -- Comedian Steve Harvey is spending part of his summer "on the bench," starring in the reality series "Judge Steve Harvey." However, his second summertime gig starts this weekend with the new season of "Celebrity Family Feud."
We will see a changing slate of teams each week with the return of ABC's Sunday night fun and games. On "Celebrity Family Feud," two constants remain: It's all for charity, and Steve Harvey is host.
Over the course of the summer, we'll see celebrities from "Dancing with the Stars," the big screen's "Haunted Mansion" and casts from "The Rookie" versus "Rookie Feds."
The first episode of the season features the 1990s and the present-day "Yellowjackets" cast members facing off. They're playing for the LGBTQ+ advocacy group GLAAD.
Harvey said he has learned there is one key to playing "Feud:" It is not about how smart you are!
"We're gonna ask you about something that has nothing to do with your exposure to world travels, your money, your star power, your last film, your last TV show. And it's humbling," said Harvey. "I think what the regular guy at home gets from watching 'Celebrity Feud' is it's just kinda cool to watch them stumble and bumble and flub it. Just like you would. They also really enjoy the fact that they're human. They blow it too. It's a refreshing night of TV. You can go to bed and realize I'm probably a little smarter than that guy. I still have a shot!"