Kevin Pereira, the fast-talking former host of G4's "Attack Of The Show," has landed a new hosting gig. Pereira has been named the host of "Let's Ask America," an interactive game show produced by the late Jim Paratore, Deadline.com reports.
The premise of "Let's Ask America" uses technology to pit contestants against each other, from the comfort of their own homes, in pop culture and trivia challenges. The show will be syndicated by E.W. Scripps Television and is helmed by executive producers Jeff Apploff, Jack Martin and Todd Stevens.
"Let's Ask America" was the last project developed by Jim Paratore, the former president of the Telepictures Productions of Warner Brothers TV who is credited with helping to develop "TMZ," "The Ellen Degeneres Show" and "Jenny Jones," and several other programs. Paratore died of a heart attack in May while bicycling across France.