'Jeopardy!' host Alex Trebek to moderate political debate
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"Let's look at the $1,000 clue just for the fun of it," host Alex Trebek joked during the category.
The popular game show host said he'd had brain surgery after hitting his head in a fall in October.
The long-time host said in a message he is doing well and will return soon.
Alex Trebek, who has hosted the popular game show "Jeopardy!" since 1984, recently underwent brain surgery, but expects to return to taping new episodes soon. The venerable host and Canadian icon underwent brain surgery in December, but he posted a video message on Thursday saying he expects to
One syllable is all it takes to lose $3,200 on "Jeopardy." Contestant Nick Spicher lost that amount in the game show 's first episode of 2018 during “Double Jeopardy,” a segment of the game show in which correct answers earn double the money, when the judges ruled that he mispronounced Coolio ’s
The rapper also gives his advice to contestants on the game show in an interview with ABC News' Michael Strahan.
Jeopardy champion Austin Rogers is going viral for his brain power and hilarious style. Austin Rogers, a New York City bartender, has won more than $278,000 on the game show 7 days in a row so far. The 38-year-old appeared on ABC's "Good Morning America" today, revealing that he watched "hundreds
Austin Rogers has earned more than $278,000 on the show and is the subject of his own hashtag as "Jeopardy" viewers obsess over his quirky dance moves and deadpan humor.
And Lara, you have "Pop news." I do, indeed. Good morning, Michael and good morning to you all. We're going to begin with royal news. Buckingham palace has announced prince Philip's final public engagement before his official retirement. His career as an official royal will come to an end next week