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Jeopardy gets pop culture spinoff at Prime Video

Set up like the "Jeopardy!" gameplay, the show's "answer-and-question" format will focus on music, film, TV, stage, sports and more. Episodes will premiere on Prime Video across the globe.

"Pop Culture Jeopardy is its own cultural moment, marking the first time the iconic franchise will premiere exclusively on a streaming service," said Lauren Anderson, head of AVOD originals unscripted and targeted programming, Amazon MGM Studios. "With a team-based approach and pop-culture focus, our global Prime Video customers will exclusively experience this innovative spin on Jeopardy! while testing their knowledge on topics that both define and transcend generations."

There's no host yet for "Pop Culture Jeopardy!," but the show will also be executive produced by "Jeopardy!" EP Michael Davies. Info on the contestant application process will also be available soon.

Besides "Sports Jeopardy!," past "Jeopardy!" offshoots include "Rock & Roll Jeopardy!," which ran on VH1 from 1998 to 2001; and "Jep!," a children's version that appeared on Game Show Network from 1998 to 2000. The original daytime "Jeopardy!" launched in 1964, and the modern syndicated version premiered in 1984. In recent years, the series has also spawn several primetime iterations: "Jeopardy! The Greatest of All Time," "Jeopardy! National College Championship," "Celebrity Jeopardy!" and "Jeopardy! Masters."

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by Anonymousreply 1May 15, 2024 5:53 PM

If you use the term "retard" as an insult, you're probably not smart enough for Jeopardy

by Anonymousreply 1May 15, 2024 5:53 PM
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