Jeopardy! FAQs:


Q: Is a Jeopardy! an American television game show created by Merv Griffin?

A: Yes.

Q: Is a Jeopardy! broken with a tie-breaker clue?

A: Yes, and resulting in only a single champion being named, keeping their winnings, and returning to compete in the next show.

Q: Was a Jeopardy! added to the Sony Pictures Studios tour on September 20?

A: Yes, and 2011.

Q: Is a Jeopardy! "Think!"?

A: Yes, and originally composed by Griffin under the title "A Time for Tony", as a lullaby for his son.

Q: Is a Jeopardy! featured in a subplot of the 1992 film White Men Can't Jump?

A: Yes, and in which Gloria Clemente attempts to pass the show's auditions.

Q: Is a Jeopardy! produced by Sony Pictures Television?

A: Yes, The copyright holder is Jeopardy Productions, which, like SPT, operates as a subsidiary of Sony Pictures Entertainment.

Q: Was a Jeopardy! taped in Studio 3 at NBC's Burbank Studios at 3000 West Alameda Avenue in Burbank?

A: Yes, and California.

Q: Was a Jeopardy! not the first game show to give contestants the answers and require the questions?

A: Yes.

Q: Is a Jeopardy! also broadcast throughout the world?

A: Yes, and with international distribution rights handled by CBS Studios International.