Color-coded maps show major differences in the times the show airs in various markets across the U.S.
Season 40 of the beloved trivia show appears to be going ahead, despite disruption caused by the WGA strike.
Game show host Ken Jennings will replace Mayim Bialik as the host for Celebrity Jeopardy! and has been called out by viewers due to the ongoing strikes.
The "Jeopardy!" star walked away from hosting duties in solidarity with striking writers and actors in Hollywood.
Fans of game shows and reality TV are in luck amid the ongoing writers' and actors' strike.
There are some nasty comments about Bialik's hosting style on social media, but what's with all the hate? An exclusive poll for Newsweek shows she has support.
The 'Arrested Development' actor seemed very confused by the question, but 'Jeopardy!' fans loved the awkward moment.
Jennings returned to the syndicated version of the show sooner than expected after it was reported Bialik walked off set in solidarity with striking writers.
"Jeopardy!" host and "The Big Bang Theory" star Mayim Bialik has two children with former husband Michael Cohen.
The "Jeopardy!" host revealed two well-known Yiddish words actually have a rude meaning.
"We're essentially teaching them that they are the most important thing in the universe," said the "Jeopardy!" host as she discussed parenting.
The pair first met at a kid's party but later reconnected and started a podcast together about mental health.
No matter where they live in the U.S, contestants must pay their own way to get to the studios in California.
Jennings has returned to the show, after fellow host Bialik reportedly walked off the Los Angeles set amid the writers' strike.
But some fans pointed out Bialik's co-host, Ken Jennings, also knocked back answers with "illegible" spelling.
"Pat's a legend," said "Jeopardy!" host Jennings during an appearance on "The View," as he discussed Sajak's legacy.
Within hours of Sajak announcing he is bowing out as host after more than four decades, fans have shared their picks.
A tweet celebrating a former three-day champion was published on the weekend but had fans scratching their heads.
It comes just a day after another fan joked that "Celebrity Jeopardy!" had questions that were far too easy for the famous contestants.
Fans were angry that in the same episode a reigning champ was sent home over a spelling mistake.
Bialik has temporarily replaced Ken Jennings as host of the prime-time quiz show.
Jennings has faced criticism amid reports he will host this season's remaining episodes after Mayim Bialik walked off the set in solidarity with the writers.
Jennings has reportedly stepped in to replace Bialik after she walked off the "Jeopardy!" set in solidarity with striking writers.
Kevin Belle, a trail planner from Silver Spring, Maryland, was seen vying for his fourth consecutive win.
The former star of "The Big Bang Theory" has returned to the quiz show's lectern as Ken Jennings takes a break to present an upcoming tournament.
The syndicated quiz show is set to be pulled from its regular slot in a number of markets this week.
Contestants' apparent aversion to a particular category on a recent episode left fans scratching their heads.
Ken Jennings will host the syndicated show this week before hosting "Jeopardy! Masters" in May.
The show insider said on the Inside Jeopardy! podcast that he co-hosts: "I don't know how that rumor got started... drives me crazy."