Emily Berl for The Washington Post via Getty“I am thrilled. I am literally over the moon—well, not literally, but virtually,” exclaimed LeVar Burton, about his latest achievement, post-Jeopardy!: The Rose Parade in Pasadena last week named Burton its 2022 grand marshal. And he spoke about it on a day two of his fellow Star Trek stars also reached new heights, one quite literally: “The Shat went to space and came back safe. It’s a good day!”Burton told The Daily Beast he was moved by actor Willia
The legendary actor told Trevor Noah that guest-hosting the show made him realize it wasn't what he wanted after all.
Mike Richards's abrupt resignation as host has left the show in search of a replacement for Alex Trebek yet again.
Ryan Reynolds took to Twitter to weigh in on LeVar Burton as a potential host of 'Jeopardy.'
"Jeopardy!'s" big hosting announcement on Wednesday didn't lead to a purely celebratory reaction.
He may always say “what’s” and never says “who” when referring to people’s names, but the current Jeopardy! Champ has been winning in dominating fashion.
He says the gig was "one of the most unnerving things I've done in my life."
The record for lowest score on Jeopardy! was negative $6,800 and stood for over six years before being overtaken by $600 on Monday.
The "Reading Rainbow" star says it would be "significant" for a Black man to replace Alex Trebek.
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.
Blair Imani's Geordi LaForge cosplay included a hijab, prompting praise as well as complaints that it conflicts with "Star Trek" canon.
Premiering next month, the anthology series also includes Steven Yeun, Gillian Jacobs, Awkwafina, Laverne Cox, Rosario Dawson, and Michael Cera.
Geordi La Forge, Kunta Kinte, and the host of Reading Rainbow are all celebrating their 60th birthday today, because guess what, they’re the same guy: LeVar Burton!
The new 'Roots' excels in the naturalism of its performances to make the horror of slavery vividly painful — and the resistance to it uplifting — in a way that deepens the tale.