Break out your webcams and thinking caps for the new game show "Let's Ask America" on ABC15!
The game show, which gives viewers a chance to have fun and win money by participating from their own homes, is looking for Valley contestants!
Potential contestants had a chance to be part of this unique new show at a casting call at Sanderson Ford on Saturday, July 21.
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.
The half-hour show will air weekdays at 6:30 p.m. on ABC15 beginning September 17.
If you missed the local casting call and are interested in being a contestant on "Let’s Ask America"? Visit the website for more information on how to apply.
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