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Good luck. Since it started in 1965, you only have 59 seasons to catch up on.

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Am guessing this is what has been filming in Aus recently?

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“Mayim was left hosting the primetime versions. I brought in Ken [Jennings] to guest host because Mayim had her schedule, her Fox sitcom [Call Me Kat], so couldn’t host all the episodes,” he said.

“Over the past two and a half seasons, what we’ve heard a lot from our television stations and other interested parties is they were looking for more consistency. They wanted a single host,” he continued. “Mayim is a superb host on Jeopardy! We hope to continue working with her on primetime versions [and] other spinoffs of the show. Those conversations are ongoing, but Ken has really won the job.”

Davies also noted that when he started thinking about the show “long-term,” he believed that the syndicated version of the show “was always going to be better with a single host,” and the primetime specials could have other hosts.

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#Arrow alum Stephen Amell is set to star in NBC's #Suits spinoff #SuitsLA. Get the details here. pic.twitter.com/7ScCrF9CDG

— TVLine.com (@TVLine) February 13, 2024

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Moving forward, we will look to partner with established media companies to distribute our digital content, including news, on their global platforms, as we fully transition to a studio model. As part of this shift, we will no longer publish content on vice.com, instead putting more emphasis on our social channels as we accelerate our discussions with partners to take our content to where it will be viewed most broadly,”

Fox’s FAST streamer Tubi (also available in Canada, Mexico, parts of Central America and Australia) has a new look from DixonBaxi, building on their virally upsetting “rabbit holes” ad which aired during Super Bowl LVII on its parent network to differentiate itself from its competitors in the crowded FAST scene (although, at first sight, it might look suspiciously similar to Amazon Freevee).

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With the NRL Las Vegas double header being shown on FOX Sports 1 in the US, it looks like the US TV guides are showing it as “NRL Rugby”.

At least it’s live!

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