Movies such as "Legally Blonde," "Wild," and "Election" were answers to some of the most important questions "Jeopardy" has ever asked.
'Jeopardy' puzzled some viewers and Beatles fans Tuesday night with a Final Jeopardy round that may have misinterpreted the band’s 1964 hit “Eight Days a Week.”
It’s pretty exciting to be famous enough to be an answer on “Jeopardy,” and Eric Trump couldn’t resist sharing the moment with his Twitter followers.
Jeopardy! history was made when two contestants competed during the final tournament of Thursday’s episode.
On Thursday's 'Jeopardy!,' all three contestants begrudgingly tackled and then hilariously failed to offer the correct response to any of the answers in the "Talkin' Football" category.
“Jeopardy!” contestants Ryan, Sara and Justin are pretty smart — except when it comes to football. That gap in knowledge drove Alex Trebek nuts during a recent taping.
In “This week in games shows," watch as Steve Harvey loses his cool and one "Jeopardy" contestant confuse a rocker with a rapper.
Production on Jeopardy! has been put on a brief hiatus while longtime host Alex Trebek is recuperating from surgery. Trebek was admitted to Cedars-Sinai Medical Center on December 15 after experiencing complications from hitting his head in a fall in October. He was diagnosed with a subdural hematoma and underwent surgery to remove it December 16. The surgery was successful, and he was released from the hospital two days later. Trebek is expected to make a full and…
You might know the correct response to a clue on “Jeopardy!”, but pronounce it wrong, and it could cost you. Just ask poor Nick Spicher, who was on the famed quiz show last night. On a $1,600 clue in Double Jeopardy, Alex Trebek asked the contestants to name a song from rapper Coolio’s “Dangerous Minds” soundtrack album that also shared a word with John Milton’s famous 1667 novel.
On Thursday, "Jeopardy!" borrowed a buzzy term from social media to use as a category. Judging from the reactions on Twitter, fans couldn't have been happier.
Austin Rogers is back for the Tournament of Champions and ready to bring some laughs to a normally tense competition.
A 'Family Feud' contestant may have upset Steve Harvey in an answer to a prompt asking for "something unwanted that men have on their bodies.”
On Tuesday's "Jeopardy!," contestant Manny Abell found himself in third place heading into "Final Jeopardy!" But he shocked everyone with a very unlikely victory.
The loss ended one of the most quirky and original contestant appearances in game-show history, but his 'Tonight Show' appearance was equally engaging.
"Jeopardy!" fan favorite Austin Rogers is still killing it on the show, and we're not just talking about his now 12-day winning streak and prize money.
"Jeopardy!" has an emerging star on its hands with returning champion Austin Rodgers. The contestant entered the seventh day of competition with a very impressive $257,700 in winnings over 6 days.
On Family Feud, neither the 100 people surveyed nor the contestants had high expectations for the future of Kim Kardashian and Kanye West. Playing Fast Money, Steve Harvey asked the contestants how many people out of 100 think their marriage will last forever. The first contestant said 50. The second said zero, and she was much, much closer.
"I am the only person in my town to own a picture of Adolph Hitler's bathtub," she said. "I also own a picture of his toilet."
On Family Feud, one family just couldn’t give Steve Harvey an answer he didn’t think was ridiculous for one of the clues. The clue read, “We asked 100 single men to name something you’d be pleasantly surprised to find out your blind date has.” Harvey got 3 answers he thought were absolutely terrible, but one of them actually was on the board.