ABC's Sunday Fun & Games Returns Sunday 8e|7c on ABC!

By Jim Donnelly | Jun 4th, 2018

ABC's "Sunday Fun & Games" returns Sunday, June 10 beginning at 8|7c. Celebrity Family Feud, The $100,000 Pyramid and To Tell the Truth are back with new celebrities and fun for the whole family this summer. Steve Harvey, Michael Strahan and Anthony Anderson are back as hosts for each of their respective shows. So let the games begin! Yes, three of America's favorite game shows are back when ABC's "Fun & Games" returns SUNDAY, JUNE 10 (8:00–11:00 p.m. EDT), on The ABC Television Network, streaming and on demand.

Celebrity Family Feud (8:00 – 9:00 p.m. EDT): Hosted by television personality and best-selling author Steve Harvey, Celebrity Family Feud returns for its fourth season on ABC. A celebrity version of Family Feud, the 10-episode series will feature celebrity families and their immediate family members or their extended TV families, competing against each other to have fun and win money for charity.

Celebrity family teams that will be playing for charity this season include the following: Team Kardashian vs. Team West, Steph Curry vs. Chris Paul, Ice T & Coco vs. Vivica A. Fox, Tori Spelling & Dean McDermott vs. Amber Riley, Team Grey's Anatomy vs. Team Station 19, Team NBA on TNT vs. Team MLB All-Stars, and Laurie Hernandez vs. Shawn Johnson, amongst others.

The $100,000 Pyramid (9:00 – 10:00 p.m. EDT): Hosted by Good Morning America co-anchor Michael Strahan, The $100,000 Pyramid is the timeless word association game in which two celebrities and their partners face off in a race against the clock to make it to the winners' circle and take home $100,000.

To Tell the Truth (10:00 – 11:00 p.m. EDT): Hosted by the star of ABC's hit comedy black-ish, Anthony Anderson, To Tell the Truth is a funny re-imagination of the beloved game show that first aired in 1956. This version takes the excitement to another level, featuring fun characters from pop culture. Anderson's mother, Mama Doris, is also part of the fun as a commentator.

In each round, the panel is presented with three people who all claim to be the same person with the same incredible talent, job or achievement. One is sworn to tell the truth while the other two use every trick they can to deceive the panel. The panel of celebrities has a chance to grill each participant before taking turns deciding who they think is telling the truth.