Play it again, Ken.
Jeopardy! Masters has been renewed for a second season, it was announced on Saturday during ABC’s appearance at the Television Critics Association winter press tour in Pasadena.
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Hosted by franchise GOAT Ken Jennings, Jeopardy! Masters with each hourlong episode showcases some of the highest-ranked current Jeopardy! contestants, in two action-packed and high-stakes games.
The quizzer’s second tournament-style season will air later this spring, with the field of contestants competing for the coveted title of Jeopardy! Masters Champion to be announced at a later date.
Season 1 of Jeopardy! Masters, which aired last May, averaged 6.7 million total viewers (with Live+7 playback), making it the second-most watched entertainment program on ABC (trailing only American Idol and besting The Rookie and The Good Doctor) as well as the third-most watched new series of the 2022-23 TV season (behind CBS’ Fire Country and East New York).
ABC also announced at TCA that Celebrity Family Feud will return for a 10th season, to again be hosted by Emmy winner Steve Harvey and with Myeshia Mizuno (Judge Steve Harvey) stepping in as as showrunner.
Additionally, two Family Feud specials will air later this year in celebration of the franchise: Family Feud: Decades of Laughs, and Family Feud: The Best of Steve Harvey.
Unscripted programs at ABC still awaiting word on their fate include The Chase, Holey Moley, The Parent Test and The Prank Panel.
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