Jeopardy Host Makes Shocking Revelation
The host of the popular game show “Jeopardy” took to her social media page to share some heartbreaking news with fans of the show.
Actress and TV host Mayim Bialik, 48, announced on X that she would no longer be a part of the show after producers of the popular game show, Sony Pictures Television, informed her that they would be going with just one host.
“As the holiday break begins in Hollywood, I have some Jeopardy! news,” Bialik wrote in a statement. “Sony has informed me that I will no longer be hosting the syndicated version of Jeopardy. I am incredibly honored to have been nominated for a prime time Emmy for hosting this year and I am deeply grateful for the opportunity to have been a part of the Jeopardy! Family. For all of you who have supported me through this incredible journey and to the fans, contestants, writers, staff and crew of America’s Favorite Quiz Show. Thank you.
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— Mayim Bialik (@missmayim) December 16, 2023
Bialik, who played Dr. Amy Farrah Fowler in the popular TV series The Big Bang Theory, has co-hosted Jeopardy with the game show’s top winner Ken Jennings since Alex Trebek’s death.
Jeopardy producers thanked Bialik for her contribution and revealed that Jennings will be the sole host for the show moving forward.
“We are truly grateful for all of Mayim’s contributions to ‘Jeopardy!,’ and we hope to continue to work with her on primetime specials,” the statement added.
The Big Bang Theory star has been very critical of women’s organizations who have been silent on the atrocities that Hamas inflicted on Women and young girls during the Oct. 7 attack.
“There has been an abhorrent and conspicuous absence of women’s organizations around the world unequivocally condemning the systematic assaults and torture of women on October 7 by Hamas,” Bialik wrote on X. “Where are the ‘BELIEVE THEM’ voices? Brutal assaults, torture, and murder of fetuses happened- period. These crimes against women were in many cases documented by the terrorists themselves and broadcast for the world to see. Those of us who have fought for women’s rights and have sought to shout from the rooftops when women’s bodies are being used in war for the sadistic pleasure of perpetrators are astounded at how the world has been silent surrounding this.”