Mayim Bialik Talks Openly About Hosting On Jeopardy: In an interview with The Wall Street Journal, “Jeopardy!” co-host Mayim Bialik discussed the demands of hosting the popular game show, revealing how she attends therapy twice a week via Zoom and makes an effort to nap and meditate every day.
The Wall Street Journal quoted Bialik as saying, “We do five episodes in a day and I’m given the clues to prepare the day of filming,” Therefore, I must reread all of those hints, work on my pronouncing, look up unfamiliar terms, and try to get as much rest as I can the night before because the days are long and I’m on my feet and speaking the entire time.
According to Bialik, having therapy sessions via Zoom helps “regulate” her week. She makes it a priority to take regular naps despite the stress of her high-profile profession; she previously said that even a 7-minute snooze had rejuvenated her. In July 2022, Bialik and “Jeopardy!” legend Ken Jennings was selected to serve as the show’s official hosts.
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The “Jeopardy!” co-hosts have since gotten to know one another a little better; they even co-starred in the Season 3 premiere of actress Mayim Bialik’s sitcom “Call Me Kat,” according to the Deseret News. “Getting to know him has been lovely,” Bialik told The Wall Street Journal. “He is a symbol of culture.
He is really intelligent. He is extremely knowledgeable, comparable to “Jeopardy!” champions. Pick any topic, and he probably knows about it. According to Bialik, who has a doctorate in neuroscience, she would probably do well on “Jeopardy!” in the areas of Hebrew and Jewish studies and neuroscience.
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The “The Big Bang Theory” actress also discussed the aspect of hosting “Jeopardy!” that has surprised her the most: the show’s constant attention on social media. The transition from Alex (Trebek) passing to me, then me and Ken, then the clothes I wear, she added, “there’s a tremendous amount of attention to everything.”
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We are still people, after all. I can’t guarantee that when you hear constructive criticism, you don’t begin to worry a little bit too much about it, Bialik admitted on an earlier this year episode of the podcast “Inside Jeopardy!”, according to Deseret News. “But I don’t know, I kind of take everyone’s perspective with a grain of salt while yet believing that everybody has a right to their opinion,” the speaker said.
According to the “Jeopardy!” website, the actress presented “Celebrity Jeopardy!” in the fall. The game show will return in early January and end on February 2.
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The Deseret News stated that Bialik will start hosting “Jeopardy!” in January. Since the start of the season in September, Jennings has served as host. He will continue to do so through December.
“Jeopardy!” executive producer Michael Davies previously stated in a statement: “The fact is, we have so much ‘Jeopardy!’ to make, and so many plans for the future, that we always knew we would need multiple hosts for the franchise. We are just so grateful that Mayim and Ken stepped in and stepped up to put the show in a position to succeed.”