It started with an instant lottery ticket, available in several states. Earlier this year, Hasbro, the company that has literally created a monopoly on the toy & game markets, introduced their first syndicated series, Monopoly Millionaires Club. Best described as a cross between The Price is Right and the former Hub series, Family Game Night, which Hasbro's TV arm also produced.
Actor-comic Billy Gardell (Mike & Molly) is the series host, aided by game show veteran Todd Newton, who helmed Family Game Night during its run. Newton's role mostly is to do localized mini-games, one per show, in a separate studio. The series began as a hour-long show back in the spring, but after a summer hiatus, Millionaires Club returned, trimmed to a half-hour, likely because the ratings weren't there. Basically, the show's been given a second---and likely last---chance.
However, even though Wikipedia says the show returned in September, the local CW affiliate, which carries the show, didn't bring it back right away.
Here's a recent episode:
Equal parts game show and infomercial. That's what it feels like.