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Back in January, longtime “Jeopardy!” executive producer Harry Friedman did something he never had in two decades of running the show: He called a contestant on the phone. Normally, that’s strictly against the rules – but Friedman had a good reason to break protocol.
Alex Trebek says he’s responding exceptionally well to treatment for pancreatic cancer and expects to mark his two-year survival next February.
“Jeopardy” host Alex Trebek says he’s already rehearsed what he’s going to say to the audience on his final show whenever that might be.
The end of “Jeopardy!” got unexpectedly emotional on Monday night.
“Jeopardy!” host Alex Trebek says he’s had a setback in his battle with pancreatic cancer and is undergoing chemotherapy again.
Alex Trebek is done with pancreatic cancer treatment and back at work on the “Jeopardy!” set, he announced Thursday in a video on social media. “I’ve gone through a lot of chemotherapy, and thankfully that is now over,” he said. “I’m on the mend, and that’s all I can hope for right now.”
James Holzhauer, the professional gambler who became a part of the mainstream media zeitgeist last spring when he became the fourth-highest earning “Jeopardy!” contestant, is set to return to the long-running game show.
“Jeopardy!” host Alex Trebek says he has been diagnosed with advanced pancreatic cancer
Her two-day total came to just over $30,000.
Huffman is hosting a viewing party at the Sinto Senior Activity Center.
We’ll take “surprising side gigs” for $1,000! “Jeopardy” host Alex Trebek will moderate a debate among Republican hopefuls vying for the Pennsylvania gubernatorial nomination.
The Shop baker and barista, who is also involved with the South Perry Farmers Market and sells healthy gourmet granola and handmade snacks through her own Sister Bees Kitchen, grew up watching “Jeopardy!” with her mother.
Alex Trebek’s no-nonsense tone is something of his trademark. The “Jeopardy!” host has employed it in more than 6,800 episodes of the game show, doling out kind rebukes and droll affirmations to players. Trebek used that same tone Thursday to announce on YouTube that he’s on a leave of absence from the show after undergoing brain surgery for blood clots – medically known as subdural hematoma – that were “caused by a fall I endured two months ago.”
“Jeopardy!” contestant Cindy Stowell completed her remarkable run during Wednesday night’s episode, winning six games and $103,801 in prize money.
Jeopardy!” host Alex Trebek, a famous Canadian, apparently won’t be seeing many of his countrymen on the popular game show for the foreseeable future.