“Jeopardy!” could also be altering up its sport!
Executive producer Michael Davies has revealed that the longtime sport present might presumably be revising its rule e-book.
Davies just lately appeared on the “Inside Jeopardy!” podcast that he’s pondering gifting contestants money for answering all of the clues in a single class appropriately.
He elaborated on the concept to his co-producer Sarah Whitcomb Foss and “Jeopardy!” winner Buzzy Cohen that the modifications could happen this season.
“It’s a second within the studio; it’s an awesome factor,” Davies mentioned.
He added that the money bonus shall be a very separate and further reward and wouldn’t have an effect on who received the sport.
He continued: “It may additionally give incentive to people who find themselves trailing to attempt to go right into a class and get one thing from the sport past their second or third place prize.”
Many Twitter customers had been confused over the admission and questioned how precisely the sport would work.
“If the contestant will get some tangible prize to take the house, however not one which impacts the SCORE of the sport, I’d be down,” somebody explained.
They added: “I additionally suppose it shouldn’t be value way more than the entire of the clues. For occasion, a $35k automobile for $6k value of right responses looks like overkill to me.”
“No no no no no. No sponsor prizes no BS. Do not flip this sport into #WheelofFortune,” one exclaimed.
Another queried: “Why? I imply, why? … There is nothing unsuitable with #Jeopardy! If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it.”
Davies introduced in July that Ken Jennings and Mayim Bialik can be taking over as hosts for “Jeopardy!” in the meanwhile.
Fans had been additionally unhappy with this transformation and took to social media to specify their disappointment.
“Will not be watching @Jeopardy till @KenJennings turns into the first and solely host. This switching stuff sucks! #boycottjeopardy as a result of they idiots working it. What a multitude,” one commenter said.
“And I’m completely not watching,” one other particular person said.