“Jeopardy!” has been a game show for the ages — all ages. Some of us were raised on it, others have spent a good deal of their later years following along and flexing their own trivia muscles alongside contestants.
Season 37 started in September, and as with many perennial ventures that started this fall, things looked a little different than they used to.
“I feel good, and I feel excited because once again Jeopardy! has demonstrated that it’s at the forefront of television programming,” Alex Trebek said in a news release in early September, according to People. “I believe we are the first quiz show to come back on the air in the COVID-19 era.”
“On a personal level, I’m excited because it gets me out of the house. It gives me something to do on a regular basis, and I was missing that.”
The changes were addressed during the