Mayim Bialik and Ken Jennings will split the Jeopardy host job

Jeopardy! hosts Ken Jennings and Mayim Bialik will turn into the show's true hosts in the wake of filling the jobs briefly following the 2020 passing of previous long-term host Alex Trebek.

"In Mayim and Ken, we have two exceptional hosts toward the start of their Jeopardy! hosting vocations who associate with their own remarkable fanbases, new fans, and the customary Jeopardy! watcher," the show's chief maker, Michael Davies reported Wednesday.

Davies said somewhat recently, viewership has been up, with in excess of 27 million individuals observing every week.

Jennings will host from September until December, a run that incorporates the debut Second Chance contest and the Tournament of Champions.

Bialik will take over in January by hosting Celebrity Jeopardy! furthermore, the Jeopardy! Public College Championship. Her hosting obligations will be offset with her acting obligations on the FOX show Call Me Kat, Davies said.

"Mayim and Ken are both phenomenally gifted and just beautiful people. They support the staff and one another," Davies said. "They love and regard this organization of a TV program. Consequently, the staff and I are respected to work close by them."

After Trebek's passing, the show started off a long time of visitor hosts, which included Bialik and Jennings, as well as other easily recognized names like LeVar Burton, Katie Couric and Anderson Cooper.

Jeopardy! declared last August that previous chief maker Mike Richards would impart hosting obligations to Bialik. Yet, he ventured down as host days after The Ringer investigated past hostile remarks Richards made on a web recording. He was then terminated as chief maker. Davies is his replacement.

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