Published: Tue, November 19, 2019
Life&Culture | By Sue Mclaughlin

'Jeopardy!': James Holzhauer, Ken Jennings to Return in Primetime

'Jeopardy!': James Holzhauer, Ken Jennings to Return in Primetime

The Greatest of All Time will bring Ken Jennings, Brad Rutter, and Jamez Holzhauer together to face off in a true battle of Jeopardy champions. The Greatest of All Time will feature last season's phenom James Holzhauer going up against Ken Jennings and Brad Rutter for a $1 million prize.

In this tournament, the first player to win three matches will take home $1 million and be declared the show's all-time greatest player, per The Hollywood Reporter.

Rutter is the top all-time money victor with $4.7 million, followed by Jennings with $3.4 million and Holzhauer with $2.7 million. He won the show's 2019 "Tournament of Champions" earlier this month. The two non-winners will each receive $250,000.

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The three top winners in "Jeopardy!" history are set to compete against each other during a prime time event on ABC in January. "These three players have won close to $10 million in 'Jeopardy!' prize money, and over 100 games among them, so it was logical". Jennings won a record 74 games straight, Rutter hauled in the most money, and Holzhauer holds the title for top single-game winnings.

"Based on their previous performances, these three are already the 'greatest, ' but you can't help wondering: who is the best of the best?" He also holds the record of most money won in USA game show history with $4,888,436. Rutter has never lost to a human contestant, but both Jennings and Rutter lost to an IBM computer platform designed specifically for the game show in 2011. "It's been a long time in the making - we wanted to create a unique experience sure to wow not just our fans, but all audiences", said Mike Hopkins, Chairman, Sony Pictures Television.

7 at 8/7c, the Jeopardy! tournament will air for at least three consecutive weeknights through Thursday, Jan. 9.

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