America’s Funniest House Movies is gearing up for its thirty third season at ABC and is celebrating the most recent chapter by welcoming again a dwell studio viewers for the primary time in two years, and doubling its weekly prize cash.
Set to return Sunday, October 2, AFV will see Alfonso Ribeiro reprise his position as host of the fan-favorite collection spotlighting movies captured by on a regular basis folks. First-place winners can sit up for the brand new weekly prize of $20,000. In the meantime, the second and third-place prizes have additionally been doubled, totaling $6,000 and $4,000.
First-place prize winners will then transfer on to the season’s subsequent competitors spherical the place they’ll vie for the $100,000. All $100,000 winners will then compete for a grand prize trip package deal. Over time AFV has given away greater than $17 million in prize cash and featured over two million video clips.
“We’re thrilled to welcome a dwell viewers again to the studio after two years,” stated Vin Di Bona, Govt Producer and Director of America’s Funniest House Movies. Including, “We’re beginning with a restricted viewers dimension of fifty folks, and hope to be again to full viewers capability of 200, quickly.”
“The studio viewers has at all times been a necessary a part of our set, and an integral a part of the present, offering an effusive power felt by our viewers, host, and crew,” Di Bona continued. “Now, greater than ever, folks want the laughter AFV gives, and with the doubling of the weekly prize cash, we’re set for our greatest season but.”
In the event you’d wish to enter for an opportunity to win these doubled prizes, followers are inspired to submit their movies at www.afv.com. Don’t miss the laughs to return when America’s Funniest House Movies returns this fall.
America’s Funniest House Movies, Season 33 Premiere, Sunday, October 2, ABC
Mary Ellers is Wahu Times’s senior journalist covering federal politics. She has previously wrote for NPR and is a regular contributor to Medium. Mary graduated from Georgetown University’s journalism school with distinction in 2014.