Ken Jennings made his debut as guest host on "Jeopardy!," Monday, and opened with a touching tribute to former host Alex Trebek.
Ken Jennings stepped up to the podium as the first interim host of "Jeopardy!" after the death of Alex Trebek. How did the former champ do as host?
Ken Jennings will return to Jeopardy! soon as the show's first guest host since Alex Trebek's death, and following some controversy. Meanwhile, the search for his official successor is ongoing.
Nicky Trebek, whose father Alex Trebek died in November, celebrated his last episode.
Alex Trebek took his role as "Jeopardy!" host seriously, but it doesn’t mean he didn’t have laughs.
The former 'Today' co-anchor will be among a series of fill-ins after the final Alex Trebek episodes air.
The beloved "Jeopardy!" host, who died Nov. 8 from pancreatic cancer, leaves viewers in tears after show plays touching pre-recorded plea to help those suffering during the COVID-19 pandemic.
"We didn't know it was going to be his final episodes and neither did he," says Mike Richards. "He was in enormous pain."
2020 was Alex Trebek’s final year on "Jeopardy!," as the beloved host died from pancreatic cancer on November 8th.
His comments come two weeks before viewers first see him as interim host of the game show.
Hilarious wrong answers and awkward moments are favorites amongst game show viewers, so we revisited some of the best moments from this past year.
In a new edition of PEOPLE, the Jeopardy! announcer, now 96, shares his memories of the beloved host
Several fans took to Twitter to voice their support and appreciation for a “Jeopardy!” contestant who proudly wore a bisexual pride flag pin during the game.
Late Jeopardy! host Alex Trebek lives on in a new clip from the show's Thanksgiving episode, in which Trebek shares a holiday message with viewers. Jeopardy! tweeted the video on Thursday morning ahead of the episode's broadcast, writing, "High on our list of things to be thankful for this year: Alex's Thanksgiving message from today's show." […]
The Jeopardy! host, who died from the disease on Nov. 8, taped a special message for World Pancreatic Cancer Day, which aired during Thursday’s show.
Burton, known for his role in "Star Trek" and hosing "Reading Rainbow," is a fan-favorite to replace Trebek. Here's why that makes sense.
It seems like everybody has a nice Alex Trebek story — from "Jeopardy!" contestants to other celebrities who knew him. Here are a few which hopefully lessen the sting of his loss.
At the top of Monday’s "Jeopardy!," executive producer Mike Richards paid tribute to Alex Trebek.
The death of Alex Trebek from pancreatic cancer Sunday leaves many questions about the future of "Jeopardy!," the game show he hosted for 36 years.