"There weren't many letters up there and I said, 'I'd rather be here than up there, quite frankly' — which was the puzzle," Pat Sajak explained after the gaffe
Thursday's "Wheel of Fortune" champion Scott Kolbrenner may just be the most generous contestant in the show's history.
Just twelve days after announcing he was “stepping aside” from "The Bachelor" over racially insensitive remarks, Chris Harrison appeared on Thursday’s "Celebrity Wheel of Fortune."
The popular game show hostess reminisced about the viral faux pas that she will "never forget."
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Hilarious wrong answers and awkward moments are favorites amongst game show viewers, so we revisited some of the best moments from this past year.
"Saturday Night Live" alum Leslie Jones took a break from hosting "Supermarket Sweep" to spin the wheel.
Diana Hawkins was extremely excited to compete on Tuesday’s “Wheel of Fortune,” and viewers found her enthusiasm to be infectious.
The beloved host has built a reputation for his sharp wit and dry sense of humor over the past 38 years, but lately some fans are wondering if his contestant teasing has perhaps gotten a bit mean spirited.
During Wednesday’s "Wheel of Fortune," Pat Sajak chastised a contestant and thrilled fans with a single look.
Host Pat Sajak got riled up on "Wheel of Fortune" Wednesday night, after a contestant questioned one of the puzzle answers.
On Daily Pop, longtime Wheel of Fortune hostess Vanna White shared behind-the-scenes secrets about the popular game show.
"There will never be another Alex Trebek and he will truly be missed," Vanna White said
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As Wheel of Fortune heads back to the studio, longtime host Pat Sajak and the show's contestants prepare to follow social distancing guidelines.
EXCLUSIVE: Two of America’s longest-running game shows, Wheel of Fortune and Jeopardy! are heading back to the studio. Both shows were hit by the COVID-19 production shutdown, but Deadline understands that both syndicated shows, which come from Sony Pictures Television and CBS Television Distribution, are set to start filming this week and next. There will, […]
The contestant's moaning and groaning was so excessive that host Pat Sajak thought she was giving birth, "I believe it's twins."
Even though contestants are allowed to compete only one time on the show, Tony Harrison got a second chance due to a “production issue” and completely dominated by solving almost every puzzle.
"We just have to grin and bear it," says Brooks, who used to dine nightly with his fellow comedy legend, of social distancing during the coronavirus pandemic.
An avid outdoorsman from Brentwood, California impressed everyone on "Wheel of Fortune" by solving a puzzle with only one letter on the board.
"Wheel of Fortune" fans rally around a positive contestant who enthusiastically dominates the game show amidst coronavirus concerns.