After six seasons and 200 episodes, Discovery Network has cancelled 'Cash Cab.'

Vulture reported that the Emmy-winning game show hosted by comedian Ben Bailey has taken its last ride down New York City streets.

But never fear. Discovery will air re-runs until September and keep it in syndication afterwards.

Discovery is also said to be shopping around the series to other networks. The format would be easy and inexpensive to reproduce. 'Cash Cab' was based on a British show and has had spinoffs in Chicago and Vancouver.

The show won Emmy awards for Best Game Show in 2008, 2009, and 2010.

Bailey would pick up passengers in his yellow NYC taxicab and drive them to their destination, all the while quizzing them on trivia. For every correct answer they were rewarded cash, and for every wrong answer they received a strike. Passengers had options to double their money at the end of the trip with at the 'Video Bonus Question.'

'Cash Cab' premiered in 2005. At its peak it was beating out 'Jeopardy!' and 'The Price Is Right' in game-show ratings.