Having shared "Jeopardy!" presenting duties with Ken Jennings for much of Season 38, Bialik has opened up about the feedback she has received from fans.
"We're going to need multiple hosts to represent the entire audience [...] in order to take this franchise forward," said executive producer Michael Davies.
Attorney Megan Wachspress returned to defend her title on Wednesday, one day after bringing six-time champ Eric Ahasic's run to an end.
A "Jeopardy!" contestant become the talk of Monday night's installment, after mistaking one British entertainment legend for the other.
Nassau County Legislator Siela Bynoe (D-Westbury) fired off a letter to the show's executive producer Michael Davies after an error in a recent clue.
Ken Jennings' revelation about his upcoming schedule has led to speculation he landed the coveted role over fellow host Mayim Bialik.
"Jeopardy!" is about to swap out hosts, with "The Big Bang Theory" actor Mayim Bialik taking over from the game show's greatest ever contestant, Ken Jennings.
On Monday's installment of "Jeopardy!" returning champ Jackie Kelly's final score was briefly flashed up on screen several minutes before the show concluded.
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.
Four-time "Jeopardy!" champ Christine Whelchel shared the inspiring message behind her decision on Monday's installment of the show.
With Ken Jennings and Mayim Bialik splitting "Jeopardy!" hosting duties for Season 38, fans are asking why announcer Johnny Gilbert introduces them differently.
Christine Whelchel revealed ahead of her tiebreaker win on "Jeopardy!" how she was diagnosed with breast cancer two weeks before applying for the show.
After her "Jeopardy!" debut during November 2021's Trans Awareness Week, Schneider won 40 games in a row, second only to all-time champ Ken Jennings.
Ken Jennings is currently sharing interim hosting duties with Mayim Bialik.
Chicago librarian Rhone Talsma brought Amy Schneider's historic "Jeopardy!" run to an end on Wednesday after 40 victories.
Engineering manager Amy Schneider now boasts the second-longest "Jeopardy!" win streak of all time, after clinching her 39th consecutive victory on Monday.
Amy Schneider now has the second-longest winning streak of all time on "Jeopardy!" but she's got a long way to go to become the greatest of all time.
National Center for Transgender Equality applauded Schneider's accomplishment and said she has "been opening up the hearts and minds of many."
With a recent influx of "Jeopardy!" super champs, one former player has called on the show to revert to its pre-2003 rules.
The engineering manager now stands just one win away from equalling Matt Amodio's 38 victories—joining him in second place on the all-time "Jeopardy!" ranking.
"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.
Former "Jeopardy!" champ Brad Rutter has addressed questions over the past year's relatively large number of big winners.
The "Jeopardy!" champ, an engineering manager based in Oakland, recently boosted her ever-increasing cash prize total to $1,057,800.
Current "Jeopardy!" champ Amy Schneider had previously revealed that she hoped to beat "confident" James Holzhauer's record of 32 consecutive wins.
Engineering manager Amy Schneider rounded out last week with $706,800 in winnings on "Jeopardy!"—breaking Larissa Kelly's previous record.
While "Jeopardy!" has welcomed some of its best contestants to date over the past 12 months, many of the quiz whizzes have also fallen at the last hurdle.