“Family Feud” is coming to the Great White North.

On Wednesday, the CBC presented their 2019/2020 slate of new programming, including “Family Feud Canada”, hosted by comedian Gerry Dee.

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The iconic game show first debuted in the U.S. in 1976 and has since been exported to 71 markets worldwide.

Also on the way is the supernatural family drama “The Trickster”, based on the Son of a Trickster book series by Eden Robinson.

The producers of “Heartland” are also bringing a new series to the network called “Fortunate Son”, a spy drama about an American activist smuggling Vietnam War draft-dodgers into Canada in 1968.

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The CBC will also air called “Enslaved”, about the history of slavery, produced by Samuel L. Jackson.

Other series coming to the CBC in the next year include the comedy “TallBoyz”, the drama “The Sounds”, and the reality series “Back in Time for Winter”, “Battle of the Blades”, “Fridge Wars”, “High Arctic Haulers” and “You Can’t Ask That”.