Jesse Ventura's America was a news talk show hosted by Jesse Ventura on MSNBC from October to December 2003. The show was broadcast once a week, on Saturdays, unlike many MSNBC shows which are on five nights a week. At the time of its airing, Jesse Ventura's America was the only national television show filmed in Minnesota. Among his guests were Charles Barkley, Gray Davis, Arianna Huffington, Rob Kampia, and Kathy McKee. However, the show was short-lived and ended on December 26, 2003, only a couple of months after the show began. Ventura later claimed that the show was cancelled because of his opposition to the Iraq War.