The family of the late "Jeopardy!" host Alex Trebek has donated a significant portion of his wardrobe to charity as a way to honor his legacy.
Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers said Tuesday that he will be among the parade of guest hosts on "Jeopardy!" after Alex Trebek's death.
As "Jeopardy!" airs its last episodes with Alex Trebek, some recent winners look back on their time with one of TV's most beloved hosts.
The message was recorded earlier this year as part of the Thanksgiving Day episode. "Jeopardy!" tweeted the clip Thursday morning, ahead of the planned broadcast.
“Jeopardy!” record-holder Ken Jennings will be the first in a series of interim hosts replacing Alex Trebek when the show resumes production next Monday.
"Jeopardy!" producers have not set a timeline for selection of a new host after Alex Trebek's death. One petition is urging actor LeVar Burton.
"Jeopardy!" host Alex Trebek's widow Jean is grateful for support after his death, posting their wedding photo on Instagram and a message to her followers.
“Jeopardy!” host Alex Trebek died Sunday, nearly two years after a pancreatic cancer diagnosis. He was 80.
If there is one dude you know is pitching a get-rich-quick plan to Saint Peter at the Pearly Gates, it's Rich Wolfe.
"I'm doing well," Trebek said in a video posted to the show's official Twitter account.
The one-year survival rate for Alex Trebek's pancreatic cancer diagnosis is just 18%. "I'm very happy to report I have just reached that marker," he said.
"Jeopardy" host Alex Trebek doesn't need more than half a minute to end his tenure on the TV series. "I've kind of, in my mind, rehearsed it already."
Avi Gupta, 18, won the teen "Jeopardy!" tournament, and he's donating some of his winnings to cancer research in honor of host Alex Trebek.
"Jeopardy!" host Alex Trebek says he has begun to get sores inside his mouth from chemotherapy, which makes it difficult to enunciate.
"Jeopardy!" host Alex Trebek said he "was doing so well" but has restarted chemotherapy on his doctor's orders.
The game show's 32-time champion lost for the first time in an episode that aired on Monday, falling short of records for total winnings and longest reign, but still making an argument that he's the best to ever play television's most popular game.
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