KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Have you ever been watching a game show from home, yelling out the answer and wondering why the contestants haven’t figured it out yet? Starting on Monday, Sept. 17, you can watch a show that allows its contestants to answer from the luxury of their own home.
"Let's Ask America" launches at 6:30 p.m. on Sept. 17 with host Kevin Pereira at the helm.
Four contestants will conduct a video chat on each episode, answering questions that Americans were also asked before the show.
Based on their prediction skills, and maybe a little bit of luck, contestants will earn money for answering correctly. The cash value of each question increases as more questions are answered.
Multiple elimination rounds will determine who will get the chance to wager or keep their earnings.
To see more about “Let’s Ask America” visit their site at LetsAskAmerica.TV .
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