‘Knock Knock Live’ Canceled: Network Blames Dismal Ratings

Fox’s Knock Knock Live was canceled after just two episodes. Although the reality series was heavily advertised, the network confirmed initial ratings and viewership were terribly disappointing.

As discussed on the program’s website, Knock Knock Live was advertised as “the next generation live reality TV show.” As the show was live and unscripted, Fox reminded viewers that “anything can and will happen.”

During each episode, host Ryan Seacrest, along with a celebrity guest, appeared at an unsuspecting nominee’s home and knocked on their front door. The nominees were then invited to participate in challenges and games for “huge prizes.”

In the first episode, Seacrest was joined by David Beckham, rap icon Common, Home Free host Mike Holmes, and Kellie Pickler. Together, the celebrities gifted the nominees with cash, college tuition, home renovations, and vacations.