Here's the full schedule of Jeopardy guest hosts
The show must go on, and so it has: Months after the late Alex Trebek's final episode of Jeopardy aired, the long-running quiz show has seen former champion Ken Jennings and executive producer Mike Richards step up to temporarily host in Trebek's place. The two kicked off a new era for Jeopardy, which will now see a rotating roster of guest hosts stepping in for two-week stints before a new permanent host is announced.
"We're gonna look at... people that are credible giving the clues, people that can actually give the clues accurately, that are going to be able to rule right or wrong on the responses, and that Jeopardy fans will enjoy in that role, but that will not try to make themselves the star, and will work to make the contestants and the game the star," Richards previously told EW. "There'll be a wide range of, I think, big names that you'll go, 'Oh yeah, of course,' and then my hope is that there's a couple of, 'Oh, I hadn't thought of that person, and I'd like to see what that looks like hosting Jeopardy.'"
As a part of each guest host's appearance, Jeopardy will make a donation to a charity of their choice, equal to the contestants' cumulative winnings during the weeks they serve as host.
Check your local listings for tune-in information for Jeopardy, or you can watch it live every night at 7 p.m. local time on ABC.com or the ABC app with a cable login. Alternatively, if you've cut the cord, you can catch the show live on platforms like fuboTV, Hulu with live TV, or YouTube TV. And read on to see who will be hosting the show, and when. (This post will be updated as more information is announced.)
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