‘Jeopardy!’ Announces Temporary Hosts Mayim Bialik and Ken Jennings

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An hapless though not surprising set of resources left a diversion uncover ‘Jeopardy!” though a full-time host. As a result, a game’s producers announced singer Mayim Bialik and former competitor Ken Jennings would share hosting responsibilities by a finish of a year, on Thursday, Sept. 17, 2021.

This latest turn in a hunt to find a deputy for Alex Trebek, a diversion show’s renouned horde of 37 years, after his genocide in Nov 2020. “Jeopardy!” paraded a period of guest hosts until announcing a show’s Executive Producer Mike Richards on Aug. 11, 2021. He and Bialik were set to “tag-team” a purpose — a latter was slated to horde a franchise’s primetime specials and spinoffs.

However, a publisher unclosed “a array of descent and sexist comments” Richards done when recording a podcast in 2013 and 2014, when he was a executive writer on “The Price is Right.” On Aug 25, citing a uncover did not need a distraction, he stepped down.

Sony, a diversion show’s producer, primarily reported Richards would sojourn on house as executive producer. However, he quiescent though not before taping a week’s value of “Jeopardy!” episodes in one day, that are now airing.

In his wake, producers enlisted Bialik to horde weeknight programs of “Jeopardy!” The proclamation on Thursday combined Jennings to a hosting roster. The span will reason a purpose by a finish of 2021.

Bialik will horde episodes commencement on Monday, Sep 20, that will atmosphere by Nov 5. Beyond then, she and Jennings will separate a purpose as their schedules allow.

A Sony orator pronounced a network had no refurbish on a calendar for anticipating a new host.

Written by Cathy Milne-Ware


The New York Times: Mayim Bialik and Ken Jennings to Host ‘Jeopardy!’ Through End of Year; by Sarah Bahr

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