Right off the heels of GSN's Minute to Win It Labor Day Marathon, a source from the network is telling GameShowNetworkNews that the Game Show Network has no plans to renew Apolo Ohno-hosted Minute to Win It, which is currently cycling through it's first season.
Seventeen (including May 23rd preview) episodes of forty have already aired.
Since June 25th, new runs of Minute to Win It have averaged 420,000 viewers, with a peak of 596,000 viewers on August 6th. The 18-49 demographic, a key demo in which GSN was trying to get with their new version of Minute to Win It has not been too strong in recent weeks.
Minute to Win It reruns have not held up too strongly ever since The Chase came around either. Most reruns have been seen viewership well below 300,000 viewers/households. Minute to Win It (Ohno) has had three of the lowest rated episodes yet on Tuesday, August 13th, 20th and 27th with 329,000 viewers, 356,000 viewers and 335,000 viewers.
Remember, people. Failure of originals=More Family Feud.