How to Watch Alex Trebek’s Last Episode of ‘Jeopardy’

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After a week of emotional final episodes, we’re finally seeing the very last Jeopardy show featuring host Alex Trebek. The beloved gameshow fixture, who was diagnosed with stage 4 pancreatic cancer in 2019 and kept filming up until the very end, taped his very last episode on Oct. 29, just ten days before his death in early November.

Trebek’s last week of episodes began on Monday with a touching message from the late host to his audience. “Open up your hands, open up your hearts to those who are still suffering because of COVID-19, people who are suffering through no fault of their own,” he urged, adding, “We’re trying to build a gentler, kinder society, and if we all pitch in just a little bit, we’re gonna get there.”

His message had fans tearing up at the start of the week, and seeing his final day on set is sure to be just as emotional for longtime Jeopardy loyalists and new viewers alike as they say one final goodbye to the iconic host. Here’s what you need to know to watch Trebek’s final episode of Jeopardy.

WHEN IS ALEX TREBEK’S LAST EPISODE OF JEOPARDY?

Alex Trebek’s final Jeopardy episode premieres tonight, Jan. 8

WHAT TIME IS ALEX TREBEK’S LAST EPISODE OF JEOPARDY?

You can catch the final Jeopardy show with Trebek in the usual time slot, at 7/6c this evening.

HOW TO WATCH ALEX TREBEK’S LAST EPISODE OF JEOPARDY:

To watch Trebek’s final episode, your first choice is to tune into ABC, the network that broadcasts Jeopardy. To access ABC, you can stream the show through the ABC Live website with a valid cable log-in, or you can stream the network using YouTube TV, Hulu + Live TV, or fuboTV.

WHO WILL BE THE NEXT JEOPARDY HOST?

Jeopardy has not named an official new host to take over Trebek’s duties, but viewers will be seeing a familiar face when the show returns with new episodes starting Monday, Jan. 11. Former competitor Ken Jennings will be stepping in as host, marking the first in a group of interim guest hosts from within the Jeopardy family.

“Alex believed in the importance of ‘Jeopardy!’ and always said that he wanted the show to go on after him,” Jeopardy executive producer Mike Richards said in a statement. “We will honor Alex’s legacy by continuing to produce the game he loved with smart contestants and challenging clues. By bringing in familiar guest hosts for the foreseeable future, our goal is to create a sense of community and continuity for our viewers.”

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