|Funny You Should Ask|
|Presented by||Jon Kelley|
|Opening theme||"Happy" by Pharrell Williams (seasons 1-2)|
|Country of origin||United States|
|Running time||22 minutes|
|Production company||Entertainment Studios|
|Picture format||1080i (HDTV)|
|Original release||September 4, 2017 -|
|Related shows||Funny You Should Ask (1968 game show)|
Regular panelists on the show include Jon Lovitz, Sherri Shepherd, Louie Anderson, Bill Bellamy, Sheryl Underwood, Tim Meadows, Jackée Harry, Howie Mandel, Cedric the Entertainer, Caroline Rhea, Natasha Leggero, Bill Engvall, Cheryl Hines, Gabriel Iglesias, Anthony Anderson, Whitney Cummings and Raven-Symone, as well as Byron Allen - who is also the creator and executive producer of the show. The program uses "Happy" by Pharrell Williams as its theme song from its first season as well as a production-equivalent from the second season onwards.
Six comic celebrities are each asked for their answers to a trivia question (the comedians first give an obvious "joke" answer, and then a legitimate response). The two contestants are asked to determine if the answer is true or false. If the answer is correct, the contestant wins $100 in the first round, $200 in second and $300 in third. Six questions are asked in each of the first two rounds while the third round allowed as many questions until the bell sounds, signifying that time is up. Whoever is behind or, in case of a tie, went last, would play first in subsequent rounds. Whoever has the most money on their scoreboard is the champion and has a chance to win an additional $5,000 in the Big Money bonus round. A numerical question is asked to both contestants before the game starts which is used to determine the champion in the event of a tie; whoever is closest wins it.
In the bonus round, three multiple choice questions are asked to which the celebrities give answers, only one of which is true. The questions get progressively harder and more answers are given for each successive question: three for the first, four for the second, and six for the third and final question (with the last answer always being an obvious "joke" answer). The champion, if successful, will win $5,000. However, any miss along the way ends it.