Top Stories

James Holzhauer Breaking News, Photos, and Videos

Amy Schneider Is Now The #3 Longest Winning Champ, Taking Over James Holzhauer's Spot on 'Jeopardy!'

Amy Schneider has broken another record on Jeopardy!

The engineering manager has officially surpassed James Holzhauer as the third longest winning champ on the trivia game show with 33 games.

Amy now only trails Matt Amodio with 38 games, and current guest host Ken Jennings, who is at the top with 74.

Amy has been the champ since her start on November 17, 2021. There was a break between December 3 and the 20th for the College Professors Tournament, before the regular games picked back up.

Her current winnings are at $1,111,800.

Amy‘s run also brought the show to the highest-rated non-sports show this season. It’s averaging 9.7 million viewers per episode.

Find out what other records Amy has broken so far on the show here!

'Jeopardy' Winner James Holzhauer Reacts to Mike Richards' Firing: 'The Witch Is Dead'!

James Holzhauer is celebrating.

The 37-year-old Jeopardy! alum shared his candid thoughts about the firing of executive producer Mike Richards amid controversy on Tuesday (August 31).

“Do I think Mike Richards’s podcast comments were appropriate for polite society? No. But did he deserve the benefit of the doubt for the job he did running Jeopardy? Also no,” he wrote.

Then, he shared a GIF from The Wizard of Oz, which featured the Munchkins singing: “Ding! Dong! The witch is dead!”

In 2019, James Holzhauer won 32 consecutive games, earning over $2.4 million in winnings, making him one of the most successful contestants in the show’s history.

The executive producer of the show faced much backlash and controversy, after details surfaced regarding his past conduct and statements on an old podcast series. Find out what happened.

mike richards speaks out on pir controversy jep frontrunner 01
mike richards speaks out on pir controversy jep frontrunner 02
mike richards speaks out on pir controversy jep frontrunner 03
mike richards speaks out on pir controversy jep frontrunner 04
mike richards speaks out on pir controversy jep frontrunner 05

'The Chase' Was a Game Show Network Show for Years Ahead of Its ABC Primetime Debut

ABC is debuting the primetime version of the game show The Chase tonight (January 7) and what you might not know is that this show has been around for years!

The Chase, which is an adaptation of a British quiz show, premiered on Game Show Network back in 2013.

The original American version of the show was hosted by Brooke Burns and featured Mark Labbett, who was nicknamed The Beast, as the show’s “chaser.” The show has been nominated at the Daytime Emmy Awards three times.

The Chase is a heart-racing quiz show where three competitors must pit their wits and face off against the Chaser, a ruthless quiz genius determined to stop them from winning cash prizes. Each hour-long episode is a fast-paced battle of brain power, where contestants are challenged to think faster than they ever thought possible to answer up to 166 questions across all topics.

In the ABC primetime version of The Chase, Jeopardy‘s James Holzhauer, Ken Jennings, and Brad Rutter take turns serving as the Chaser while The View‘s Sara Haines is the host.

the chase tv show 01
the chase tv show 02
the chase tv show 03
the chase tv show 04
the chase tv show 05

Who Won 'Jeopardy! The Greatest of All Time'? Find Out The Winner Here!

The Jeopardy! The Greatest of All Time tournament just wrapped up and declared the winner!

The competition between James Holzhauer, Ken Jennings and Brad Rutter kicked off earlier in the week, with Alex Trebek hosting the game.

The winner of each match was be determined by the total score of both games, and the first to win three matches won the $1 million prize. The two runners up will receive $250,000 each.

At the start of today’s game, James had one match under his belt and Ken had two.

Jeopardy! The Greatest of All Time has topped viewership throughout the week, with over 17 million viewers last week.

So who won? Click inside to see who the Jeopardy! Greatest of All Time is!More Here! »

Constance Wu & The Bachelor's Peter Weber Hit Up ABC's Winter TCA Party

Constance Wu wears a cute zebra printed dress to ABC Television’s Winter Press Tour 2020 held at The Langham Huntington on Wednesday night (January 8) in Pasadena, Calif.

The Fresh Off The Boat actress hit the red carpet alongside The Bachelor‘s Peter Weber and host Chris Harrison.

Curtis “50 Cent” Jackson, Gary Cole, Kim Raver, Stumptown‘s Camryn Manheim and Michael Ealy, The Baker and the Beauty‘s Victor Rasuk and Nathalie Kelley, Jeopardy! The Greatest of All Time‘s Ken Jennings, James Holzhauer and Brad Rutter, Bless This Mess‘s Lake Bell, Allison Tolman, and Station 19 stars Grey Damon, Jay Hayden, Jason George, Barrett Doss, Danielle Savre, Okieriete Onaodowan, Boris Kodjoe, and Jaina Lee Ortiz were also at the party.

Others spotted inside the bash were the American Housewife cast Meg Donnelly, Daniel DiMaggio, Carly Hughes, Diedrich Bader and Katy Mixon.

The Connor’sEmma Kenney, Michael Fishman, and Lecy Goranson, Modern Family‘s Nolan Gould, Aubrey Anderson-Emmons, Jeremy Maguire, and Reid Ewing, and The GoldbergsSean Giambrone, Schooled‘s AJ Michalka, Brett Dier, Haneefah Wood, black-ish stars Marsai Martin and Miles Brown, and mixed-ish‘s Mark Paul Gosselaar, Ethan William Childress and Mykal-Michelle Harris were also seen at the event along with Hudson Yang, and Single ParentsTyler Wladis, Marlow Barkley, Ella Allan and Mia Allan.

FYI: Kim is wearing Ted Baker London.

Check out 55+ pics inside of Constance Wu, Peter Weberand more at ABC’s Winter TCA party…

constance wu peter weber more abc stars tca party 01
constance wu peter weber more abc stars tca party 02
constance wu peter weber more abc stars tca party 03
constance wu peter weber more abc stars tca party 04
constance wu peter weber more abc stars tca party 05

'Jeopardy! The Greatest of All Time' Tournament Kicks Off Tonight - Here's How To Watch!

The Jeopardy! The Greatest of All Time tournament begins TONIGHT and JustJared.com has all the details on the three champs and how you can watch.

James Holzhauer, Ken Jennings and Brad Rutter will go head to head to determine just which of them is the greatest Jeopardy! champ of all time, with longtime host Alex Trebek running the game.

The three champs will compete in two half-hour games, with two games airing back to back.

The winner of each match will be determined by the total score of both games, and the first to win three matches will win the $1 million prize. The two runners up will receive $250,000 each.

Ken holds records for most consecutive games won and highest winnings during regular season play at 74 and $2.5 million respectively.

James has the highest single-game winnings at $131,127. He also holds 16 records on the program, and is the third all-time leading money winner.

Brad is the all-time leading money winner, and that includes competing in multiple “Jeopardy!” tournaments. His record which stands at $4.6 million.

The Jeopardy! The Greatest of All Time kicks off TONIGHT, Tuesday, January 7th @ 8pm ET/PT on ABC.

If you don’t have cable, you can watch a live stream of the show on your computer, phone, Roku, Fire TV, Apple TV or via YouTube, Hulu or At&T TV Now.

jeopardy goat details how watch etc 01
jeopardy goat details how watch etc 02
jeopardy goat details how watch etc 03
jeopardy goat details how watch etc 04
jeopardy goat details how watch etc 05

Who Are the Top Three 'Jeopardy' Contestants of All Time?

ABC has announced that Jeopardy will host a special “Greatest of All Time” tournament next year, featuring the three contestants who have earned the most money ever on the game show.

Ken Jennings, Brad Rutter, and recent sensation James Holzhauer (pictured from left to right) will compete in a multi-night tournament, kicking off in the primetime hours on Tuesday, January 7 at 8pm ET.

Jennings holds the record for most consecutive games played and the biggest earnings in regular gameplay with $2,520,700.

Rutter is the record holder for the top earnings when you factor in tournaments. He has earned $4,688,436 while competing on Jeopardy. Jennings has earned $3,370,700 including tournaments while Holzhauer has earned $2,462,216.

An impressive record that Holzhauer holds is the top 15 spots in the single-game winnings.

READ MORE: Ellen DeGeneres Meets Contestant Who Made Alex Trebek Emotional on ‘Jeopardy!’ – Watch!