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Season 35 (2018-2019)Edit

Season changes:

  • Alex Trebek had a full beard, only for a few weeks before he shaved it off on the September 20, 2018 episode.
  • The opening credits have changed to a blue diamond floor zooming out, which is a room full of 3D animations, such as the thinker, molecules, telescope, drama masks, and archive footage, including Alex Trebek's podium from 2006 to 2009, his trademark mustache from 1984 to 2001, and the day where Trebek shaved it off on the September 21, 2001 episode, and the Jeopardy! categories falling into place. The diamond zooms out to reveal a six-pointed star-shaped floor with a hexagonal border taking its place, again having various objects, this time a violin, a wagon wheel, a light bulb, and the categories, as well as Alex Trebek's current podium, and the Watson supercomputer from the IBM challenge. Then, another diamond shaped floor zooms out, this time with the Jeopardy! logo, and diamond outlines appear. Finally, the Jeopardy! logo then zooms forward, in which the "A" reveals the 2013-present set. To mark the show's 35th anniversary, the text "35th Anniversary" can be seen underneath the show's logo.
  • The contestant introductions and Final Jeopardy! winners changed again in this season.
  • The Final Jeopardy! commercial bumpers changed this season.
  • The Daily Double, Double Jeopardy!, and Final Jeopardy! graphics changed again in this season.
  • This season, whenever the middle player gets dismissed before Final Jeopardy!, after finishing in the negative or with $0, after the left player writes down his or her response, instead of a fade from the left player straight to the right player, there is an extra fade of both contestants, before the fade to the right player.

This season:

  • On the September 20, 2018 episode, Alex Trebek reverted back to its clean-shaven look.
  • On the January 15, 2019 episode, one of the short-lived music cues used the first month of Season 25 plays at the conclusion of the game.
  • The Jeopardy! All-Star tournament kicks off on February 20, 2019, and wraps up on March 5, 2019, where six big-time Jeopardy! champions came back, and the team captains are: Buzzy Cohen, Ken Jennings, Brad Rutter, Julia Collins, Colby Burnett, and Austin Rogers.
    • On the second episode of game one of the three matches before the finals, the dollar figures pop in on the Double Jeopardy! board coming out of the first commercial break and contestant interviews.
    • Team Brad wins the tournament with $1 million, splitting the prize between Brad Rutter, Larissa Kelly, and David Madden.
  • From April 4, 2019 to June 3, 2019, James Holzhauer, a sports gambler from Las Vegas, Nevada, surpasses David Madden as the show's second-highest regular game money winner behind Ken Jennings, having won $2,464,216 in 33 games.
    • On the April 9, 2019 episode, James sets a new one day record of $110,914 breaking the previous record of $77,000 set by Roger Craig on September 14, 2010.
    • On the April 17, 2019 episode, he breaks his own record, winning $131,127.
    • He currently holds the top sixteen slots for one-day winning records.
    • On May 2, 2019, he surpasses Julia Collins for the second-longest winning streak.
    • He is defeated by Emma Boettcher on June 3, 2019.
  • For the second time, there are two Teen Tournaments held in the same season. The first one aired November 7-20, 2018; and the second one aired June 17-28, 2019.
  • Season 35 of Jeopardy! kicks off on September 10, 2018.
  • Season 35 of Jeopardy! wraps up on July 26, 2019.
  • Summer reruns air from July 29, 2019 until the Friday before the next season premieres. Reruns will later air on weekends in the 2019-2020 season, starting in the fall of 2019.
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