Sensational News about 'Jeopardy!' by Ken Jennings

 Longtime 'Jeopardy!' host Alex Trebek, 80, passed away after a long battle with cancer on November 8, 2020, fans were confused that who would fill his post.

Since then the show is having multiple hosts and guest hosts, but there have been no permanent host.

The current season which is scheduled to end on 29th July is having rotation policy for hosts between Ken Jennings and Mayim Bialik.

Bialik has faced her own minor controversies, including fans’ frustration at her use of the term “Single Jeopardy” to describe the first round of the show — “Double Jeopardy” has long been the name of the second round — and requests from producers to “tone it down” when dealing with contestants.

Last month, the show’s executive producer, Michael Davies, said an official hosting announcement would come “very, very soon,”

The current host’s future on Jeopardy is unknown at this time, however, as Ken Jennings’s recent exit from The Chase has many viewers convinced that he will be taking over full-time hosting duties next season.

In between all these confusion about host, Ken Jennings has confirmed on the Social Media that live audiences will return for the first time since the COVID-19 pandemic

So now all eyes are to the show producer regarding the host announcements.

But audience now have one amazing news to cherish as live audience is coming back to the show.


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