Try Out for the New Trivia Game Show: Let's Ask America!

Try Out for the New Trivia Game Show: Let's Ask America!

"Let's Ask America," a new game show where you can win cash by playing from your own home on Skype, is now holding casting calls! Interested in trying out? Keep reading to find out how you can get VIP passes to get you to the front of the casting line!

The show's host, Kevin Pereira, most recently served the host and creator of G4’s “Attack of the Show.” Unlike other game shows, “Let’s Ask America” contestants are not in the same studio; they instead are linked digitally from the comfort of their own homes to answer questions about pop culture and current events. In other words, “Let’s Ask America” gives contestants the chance to win cash and prizes from their couches. To be a contestant, viewers log on to the show’s website,, to apply online. Every day, four contestants will be chosen to play the game and win cash via web-chat from their home.

The game is simple; “Let’s Ask America” polls America about fun and irreverent topics to find out what people are thinking (e.g. Which of these shows did a group of bikers say they’d choose to watch for an entire year? a) “Dr. Phil,” b) “Days of Our Lives,” c) “The View”). Then, all the contestants have to do is correctly predict the answer. The prize money increases with each question, in each round. There are three rounds and at the end of each round, the contestant with the lowest cash total is eliminated from the game. In the final round, the last remaining contestant can wager all or part of their winnings on the big "question of the day."

“Let’s Ask America” is produced by Telepictures and paraMedia inc and distributed by Warner Bros. Domestic Television Distribution. The format will be distributed internationally by Warner Bros. International Television Production. The series will be made available outside of the Scripps markets through Warner Bros. Domestic Television Distribution for a fall 2013 national launch and prior thereto as appropriate time periods become available. The late Jim Paratore was an executive producer of the series. The show is helmed by executive producers Jeff Apploff, Jack Martin and Todd Stevens.

***Let's Ask America is offering VIP passes to the first five people who email us at or leave a comment below. The VIP PASS guarantees a straight to the front of the line ticket to a Skype interview!  There are tons of submissions and this will push you and your followers to the front of the line and straight to the casting teams eyes!***

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