Aaron Rogers, Katie Couric, Mayim Bialik To Guest Host `Jeopardy!’

Brunilde Fioravanti
Января 14, 2021

Sony Pictures Television has unveiled its guest host plans for "Jeopardy!" while the search continues for a successor to Alex Trebek.

Mayim Bialik and 60 Minutes' Bill Whitaker are the latest celebrities to be announced as guest hosts for Jeopardy! in the coming weeks.

Following the death of the show's iconic host, Alex Trebek, last year, the show announced they would have a rotation of guest hosts, instead of naming another permanent host right away.

Trebek, the face of the show for 36 years, died from pancreatic cancer November 8, and the final shows he recorded aired last week.

Additional guest hosts will be announced later in the season. Visit Jeopardy.com to view your local listing.

Ken Jennings, the all-time "Jeopardy!" champion, is the guest host this week.

Katie Couric is Replacing Alex Trebek as Jeopardy Host After His Death
Katie Couric is Replacing Alex Trebek as Jaeopardy Host After his Death

Ken Jennings, who joined the show as a consultant previous year, was the first guest host.

According to the trivia-based show, Couric, 64, will be the first female "Jeopardy!" host.

Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers has established himself as one of the NFL's leading quarterbacks.

Mayim Bialik costarred on "The Big Bang Theory" and now stars in the Fox sitcom "Call Me Kat". He has been a correspondent for "60 Minutes" since March of 2014 and he has covered major news stories domestically and across the globe for CBS News. He appears in as many as 20 pieces a season on the newsmagazine, which is among the most-watched programs on TV.

Mayim Bialik took to her Twitter page to confirm the news, recalling the time her stints on Big Bang and her earlier role in NBC's Blossom were referenced in one of the show's questions. She now stars in "Call Me Kat", a sitcom on Fox. She is also has a doctorate in neuroscience.

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