The game is over. The Let’s Ask America game show, which was developed for Scripps by Telepictures, has been cancelled after three seasons on the air.
Currently hosted by Bill Bellamy, Let’s Ask America is a daily half-hour game show that polls citizens about fun and irreverent topics to find out what they’re thinking. Contestants can compete from their own homes.
A Scripps spokesperson told Broadcasting & Cable “In reviewing the data after three seasons of the game show, we see that the audience affinity settled at a level that is below where we want it to be.”
The List, The Now, and RightThisMinute — Scripps’ three other original first-run shows — will remain on the air and in production.
What do you think? Do you like this game show? Are you sorry that it’s been cancelled?