Mayim Bialik is no longer in contact Jeopardy.
The The big bang theory graduate Published on his verified social media account on Friday Jeopardy Producers Sony Pictures Television said they would “no longer host the syndicated version”. Jeopardy.”
Bialik — and co-host Ken Jennings — were both nominated for Daytime Emmys, taking turns playing the lecture left vacant by the beloved Alex Trebek’s tenure. Sony tapped Bialik and Jennings to split hosting duties on the long-running syndicated game show last year, and the series has undergone a messy transition that now sees former showrunner Mike Richards tapped for the host role. A series of guest judges. He was released a week later after several outlets including The Hollywood ReporterHe reported on previous discrimination cases he had been involved in during his tenure as executive producer The price is right. Other reports include crude and offensive jokes he made during a short-lived podcast he hosted in 2013-14. Richards shot in one day – a week’s worth Jeopardy! Episodes – before stepping down as host. Sony fired him as showrunner shortly after.
Michael Davis took over as showrunner last year when it was announced that Sonny Jennings and Bialik would share hosting duties.
A Sony spokesperson shared a statement The Hollywood Reporter“Mayim Bialik has announced that she will no longer be presenting a syndicated version Jeopardy!. In order to maintain continuity for our viewers we have decided to have one anchor for the syndicated show next season and Ken Jennings will be the sole anchor for the syndicate. Jeopardy!. We are truly grateful to Mayim for all his contributions Jeopardy!We hope to continue working with him on primetime specials.
Bialik previously hosted primetime specials. Celebrity Jeopardy and college championships.