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EntertainmentAlex Trebek Returns for Jeopardy! Season 36 Premiere After Cancer Treatment: 'I'm Still Here'

12:00  10 september  2019
12:00  10 september  2019 Source:   people.com

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Season 36 Premiere After Cancer Treatment : ' I ' m Still Here '. Alex Trebek was back in action on Monday night for Jeopardy !‘s season 36 premiere after months of treatment for stage 4 pancreatic cancer .

Season 36 Premiere After Cancer Treatment : ' I ' m Still Here '. The 36 th season of Jeopardy ! premiered on Monday night on ABC. Alex Trebek was back in action on Monday night for Jeopardy !‘s season 36 premiere after months of treatment for stage 4 pancreatic cancer .

Alex Trebek was back in action on Monday night for Jeopardy!‘s season 36 premiere after months of treatment for stage 4 pancreatic cancer.

“Thank you, ladies and gentlemen, and welcome to our show,” he said on the episode.

“I truly hope you folks have enjoyed revisiting some of our special tournaments throughout this past summer. But today, Jeopardy! begins its 36th season on the air and I’m happy to report, I’m still here,” he continued.

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Alex Trebek is done with chemotherapy and back at work on 'Jeopardy!' Alex Trebek is back at work taping the new season of "Jeopardy!," five months after being diagnosed with stage 4 pancreatic cancer. © Ben Hider/Getty Images YORKTOWN HEIGHTS, NY - JANUARY 13: Host of "Jeopardy!" Alex Trebek attends a press conference to discuss the upcoming Man V. Machine "Jeopardy!" competition at the IBM T.J. Watson Research Center on January 13, 2011 in Yorktown Heights, New York. (Photo by Ben Hider/Getty Images) In a new video for "Jeopardy!" viewers, Trebek said his chemotherapy treatments are "over" and he's "on the mend.

Jeopardy ! host Alex Trebek gave a health update on his pancreatic cancer diagnosis. He has finished chemotherapy, is "on the mend," and will Alex Trebek Has Finished Chemotherapy and Will Host the Next Season of ‘ Jeopardy !’ Trebek was diagnosed with stage 4 pancreatic cancer in March, but he

Alex Trebek isn't slowing down. The iconic " Jeopardy !" host is back at work following intense chemotherapy and announced the happy news in a Trebek shared hope for Season 36 of the long-running game show, along with gratitude to be able to continue doing what he loves, and proved his

Returning champion Jason Zuffranieri extended his six-game streak during the premiere. The math teacher from Albuquerque, New Mexico, who had earned $137,300 before Monday’s episode, won his 7th consecutive game. He won the game with a score of $29,200, bringing his total winnings to $166,500.

Alex Trebek Returns for Jeopardy! Season 36 Premiere After Cancer Treatment: 'I'm Still Here'© Provided by Meredith Corporation Alex Trebek Returns for Jeopardy! Season 36 Premiere After Cancer Treatment: 'I'm Still Here' Trebek revealed in a video on Aug. 29 that he had finished his treatment and was back at work and doing better, seven months after he announced to the world that he has cancer.

“I’ve gone through a lot of chemotherapy, and thankfully that is now over,” he said. “I’m on the mend and that’s all I can hope for right now.”

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Alex Trebek launched the new season of " Jeopardy !" on Monday, telling fans, " I ' m happy to report I ' m still here ." (Photo: Getty). It's been a momentous year for " Jeopardy !" host Alex Trebek , who oversaw some of the show's highest-rated episodes while fighting pancreatic cancer .

Jeopardy ! host Alex Trebek is back to work just months after his stage 4 pancreatic cancer diagnosis. Alex is back in action! Join him on September 9 for the premiere of Season 36 At the time, he said that although the cancer has a “low survival rate,” he vowed “to fight this, and I ’ m going

“It’s another day at the office for me, and an exciting day because so many great things have been happening,” he said. “We had Jeopardy James last season, and got tremendous publicity for himself and for the show. We have a new champion, in Jason, this year. Typical energizer bunny kind of type.”

In the video, Trebek looked like an energizer bunny himself. The cameras captured him chatting with the audience (joking that Betty White should play him in an autobiographical film), enjoying his 79th birthday and doing push-ups before going on stage.

“We have some exciting things coming up and I can’t wait to share them with you,” he said. “Let me tell you, it’s going to be a good year.”

Despite a grim diagnosis, Trebek had said from the outset that he expects to survive his cancer.

“Now, normally, the prognosis for this is not very encouraging,” he said in March. “But I’m going to keep working, and with the love and support of my family and friends — and with the help of your prayers, also — I plan to beat the low-survival-rate statistics for this disease.”

Alex Trebek on Continuing to Host 'Jeopardy!': 'Walking Out Is More of an Effort Than It Used to Be'

Alex Trebek on Continuing to Host 'Jeopardy!': 'Walking Out Is More of an Effort Than It Used to Be' The beloved TV host discusses the challenges of returning to hosting while undergoing more chemotherapy.

Trebek , who’s hosted the show since it first aired in 1984, was diagnosed with Stage 4 pancreatic cancer in March. Three months later, he announced I do,” a loyal Jeopardy ! viewer insisted, “but I ’ m so glad Alex and the new season will be back on September 9. [Heart emoji] continuing to pray for a

Alex Trebek is back at work on the upcoming season of “ Jeopardy ” following treatment for Stage 4 pancreatic cancer . “I’ve gone through a lot of You can watch the video above. “ I ’ m on the mend and that’s all I can hope for right now.” Trebek was diagnosed with stage 4 pancreatic cancer , which has

Alex Trebek Returns for Jeopardy! Season 36 Premiere After Cancer Treatment: 'I'm Still Here'© Jeopardy/Instagram Alex Trebek | Jeopardy/Instagram

And in May, Trebek exclusively told PEOPLE that he was in “near remission.”

“It’s kind of mind-boggling,” he said. “The doctors said they hadn’t seen this kind of positive result in their memory … some of the tumors have already shrunk by more than 50 percent.”

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