After 36 years of hosting Jeopardy, and a nearly two-year battle with cancer the world learned that one of our most beloved television personalities had passed away.
US President Donald Trump has been listed by bookmarkers as a long-shot candidate to replace popular and recently deceased Alex Trebek as the host of the long-running game show "Jeopardy".
Alex Trebek, beloved host of "Jeopardy!" since 1984, has died after a battle with pancreatic cancer.
Canada's own Alex Trebek announced the Ottawa Senator's third overall pick in the 2020 NHL draft, in the only way Alex Trebek knows how—in the form of a clue.
Alex Trebek says he will likely stop pursuing medical treatment if the treatment he is currently undergoing for his Stage 4 pancreatic cancer isn't successful.
Wheel of Fortune and Jeopardy will be filmed without a live audience to prevent any possible further spreading of COVID-19.
Alex Trebek spoke to fans about his health with a video posted to Twitter, giving a one-year update on his pancreatic cancer treatment.
During the “Final Jeopardy” round, contestant Dhruv Gaur wrote, “We love you Alex!” using a heart instead of the word “love”. It triggered an emotional reaction from Trebek.
The 79-year-old was diagnosed in early March with Stage 4 pancreatic cancer, a particularly deadly disease with a slim nine-percent survival rate.
Jeopardy! host Alex Trebek donated another $2.1 million on Saturday to the University of Ottawa.
Join our mailing list to receive a daily email with all of our top stories