"Jeopardy!" is about to welcome a new guest host, as Green Bay Packers QB Aaron Rodgers takes over from the departing Ken Jennings.
"The JEOPARDY! family is heartbroken by the tragic loss of Brayden Smith," the official Jeopardy! Twitter account tweeted after the death of the 24-year-old champion was announced.
NFL quarterback Aaron Rodgers and newsman Bill Whitaker will also take turns.
A memorial video to the late host caps the last episode he taped before passing.
The executive producer of the long-running game show shares "unbelievable" memories of the late host.
Fans will have one last week to enjoy unseen shows from the late—and legendary—host.
Ken Jennings has become embroiled in the infamous "Bean Dad" Twitter drama, leading to LeVar Burton being touted as the next "Jeopardy!" host.
John Roderick's Twitter thread about his nine-year-old daughter trying to open a tin of beans went viral on Sunday.
In a moving pre-recorded message, the late host urged viewers to "keep the faith" and "be thankful."
"Jeopardy!" will be hosted by a series of interim guest hosts following the death of long-time host Alex Trebek, the first of which has been announced.
The show's dedicated audience may not have the same idea.
Jennings is the current favorite among bookmakers. As the highest-earning game show contestant of all time, Sports Betting predicts Jennings will be next to stand behind the famous podium.
More than 50,000 people want to see the renowned "Roots" actor and "Rainbow Room" host take over as the next host of the beloved quiz show in place of the late Alex Trebek.
A petition calling for LeVar to be the next host of the beloved quiz show jumped by more than 40,000 signatures in one day.
Currivan and Trebek met in 1988. Despite their 24-year age gap, they hit it off and got married two years later.
We'll take LeVar Burton for $100...
Burt Thakur also recently shared his condolences to Trebek's family, following the TV host's death on Sunday.
Trebek's last appearance on the iconic game show will air in late 2020.
The beloved "Jeopardy!" game show host died on Sunday. He was 80 years old.
"I will die without having come up with the answers to many things in life," the late game show host once said.
He's taking on an entirely new role.
The "Jeopardy" host's wife recently penned an essay detailing what it was like to learn about her husband's cancer diagnosis and what their life has been like since.
"Jeopardy!" is soon going to start filming new episodes this week for the first time since March—but the Alex Trebek-hosted show is going to look different when it returns to ABC.
"For the first time ever, we are going to open the 'Jeopardy!' vaults and take another look at some of our favorite episodes, including the very first 'Jeopardy!' show I ever hosted, mustache and all."