The network has pulled the show, which was among the lowest-rated shows on any of the Big Four networks this fall, from its Tuesday night schedule. A recap of the previous night's "Dancing with the Stars" will take its place in the 8 p.m. ET slot, starting next week.
The Ashton Kutcher-produced series, in which a crew depends on suburbia to mount a game show in a family's yard and asks questions based on their lives, has produced nine episodes thus far, three of which have aired. ABC says it plans to bring the show back at some point but hasn't scheduled anything yet.
"Opportunity Knocks" averaged a shade under 6 million viewers in its three airings, putting it in the lower echelon of new shows this fall. Its adults 18-49 rating was only 1.7, which trailed even the likes of " 90210" and " America's Next Top Model" on The CW.