Two Valley men are trying their luck this week on ABC15's hot new game show, "Let's Ask America".
Chandler teacher Sasha Hunter and Tyler Schloss, of Scottsdale, are some of the first contestants to face off from the comfort of their own homes on "Let's Ask America".
Schloss makes his television debut on Wednesday's episode, airing at 6:30pm on ABC15. Hunter competes on Thursday's show.
The show is simple; it polls America about fun and irreverent topics to find out what people are thinking.
As example, 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"
All the contestants have to do is correctly predict the answer.
The prize money increases with each question. 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."
The best part? The contestants are all competing for thousands of dollars via webcam from their own homes!
Interested in being part of the show? Get more information about "Let's Ask America" and apply to be a contestant online at http://www.letsaskamerica.tv .
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