Jennings will not be among the line-up when "The Chase" returns to screens in May—and the reason why is yet to be revealed.
Mayim Bialik, who has shared "Jeopardy!" hosting duties with Ken Jennings throughout Season 38, has expressed hopes to be presenting the show beyond May.
"Jeopardy!" host Mayim Bialik incurred the wrath of the show's most dedicated fans, after using the term "Single Jeopardy!" in reference to the opening round.
With Ken Jennings and Mayim Bialik splitting "Jeopardy!" hosting duties for Season 38, fans are asking why announcer Johnny Gilbert introduces them differently.
Ken Jennings is currently sharing interim hosting duties with Mayim Bialik.
National Center for Transgender Equality applauded Schneider's accomplishment and said she has "been opening up the hearts and minds of many."
"Jeopardy!" started 2022 as the highest-rated non-sports program, as current champ Amy Schneider continues her record-breaking run.
Engineering manager Schneider is currently enjoying a record-breaking run on "Jeopardy!"—and she's open to later wowing viewers with her presenting prowess.
CNN legal analyst Laura Coates said in a new interview that "Jeopardy!" producers didn't allow her to try out for the coveted presenter role.
The "Jeopardy!" champ, an engineering manager based in Oakland, recently boosted her ever-increasing cash prize total to $1,057,800.
Smith received surgery at the hospital to have his colon removed, but was hospitalized again about three weeks afterward and died of blood clots in his lungs.
"Jeopardy!" has experienced a year unlike any other, with events behind the scenes proving to be almost as compelling as the action on screen.
Former "Jeopardy!" executive producer Mike Richards stepped down as host under a cloud, which champ Amy Schneider says "tarnished" the show.
"Jeopardy!" champ Amy Schneider recently told Newsweek that her large—and personal—tattoo has to remain under wraps whenever she appears on the show.
LeVar Burton, Anderson Cooper, Aaron Rogers, Robin Roberts, Katie Couric and George Stephanopoulos had also auditioned for the full-time gig.
Amy Schneider—the first transgender woman to qualify for the "Tournament of Champions"—opened up about her pre-"Jeopardy!" life on Twitter.
Amy Schneider's seventh "Jeopardy!" victory aired on Thanksgiving, hours after she admitted not enjoying one particular aspect of her win streak.
A host of celebrities have tried out to replace beloved late "Jeopardy!" host Alex Trebek—and new champ Amy Schneider has revealed who she was rooting for.
Amy Schneider defeated five-time winner Andrew He on Wednesday's "Jeopardy!"—and later pointed out that she is not the first trans woman to compete in the quiz.
Burton, who was among the stars to try out for the "Jeopardy!" hosting role earlier this year, is now moving on with a brand new project of his own.
Former "Jeopardy!" champ Matt Amodio has criticized the show's former guest host Aaron Rodgers, after the revelation that he has not taken the COVID-19 vaccine.
A "Jeopardy!" contestant explained why he chose to honor the beloved host Alex Trebek, who died last November.
Actor Jonathan Fisher, whose 11-win run on "Jeopardy!" ended on Tuesday's episode, was seen defeating Matt Amodio earlier this month after a 38-game win streak.
Yale Ph.D. candidate Matt Amodio won 38 consecutive games during his time on "Jeopardy!"—and he will be back on screens for the "Tournament of Champions."
Arthur Chu, who hit an 11-game win streak on "Jeopardy!" in 2014, has told "Newsweek" where he thinks producers went wrong in choosing Alex Trebek's successor.
Having previously expressed his desire to become the next "Jeopardy!" host, LeVar Burton has announced that he's moved on.
Matt Amodio's sensational run on "Jeopardy!" came to an end during Monday night's episode, thanks to the sterling efforts of new contestant Jonathan Fisher.
There are now five eligible players in the next "Tournament of Champions" with Amodio taking a significant lead over his opponents.
Amodio lost on Monday's episode of "Jeopardy!," leaving him in second place for most consecutive wins.
Stella Cocchi, who turns 2 next month, has warmed hearts online with her enthusiastic reaction to hit quiz show "Jeopardy!"