Alex Trebek‘s followers have provide you with a suggestion for cementing his legacy.
An internet petition has been created lobbying for the “Jeopardy!” stage to be devoted to the late icon, who had hosted the long-lasting sport present since 1984. Trebek died in November at 80 after battling most cancers.
The petition particularly names Sony, CBS and “Jeopardy!” in its call-to-action.
“On November 8, 2020, George Alexander Trebek handed away on the age of 80 after an 18 month battle with Pancreatic Most cancers. He impressed hundreds of thousands of his followers ever since he began internet hosting the syndicated model of ‘Jeopardy!’ in 1984 and hosted over 8,300 episodes in 37 seasons on this system,” reads the Change.org petition. “His Canadian character made the present distinctive and along with his capacity to fluently communicate 17 completely different languages he was identified internationally for his abilities on tv.”
Trebek’s closing episode aired final week, as he pre-taped a number of earlier than his death.
The sport’s authentic host, Artwork Fleming, emceed “Jeopardy!” from 1964-1975 and once more from 1978-1979. Fleming died in 1995 at age 70.
Till a everlasting host is known as, a string of visitor hosts will take the reins.
“To have Alex remembered eternally I hereby write this petition to Sony Footage Studios, Jeopardy Productions Inc., CBS Media Ventures and Sony Footage Tv Studios to dedicate Stage 10 at Sony Footage Studios in Culver Metropolis, California in loving reminiscence of Alex Trebek, for instance, The Alex Trebek Memorial Stage at Sony Footage Studios,” continued the petition.
The writer of the shape stated Trebek was watched by “hundreds of thousands of followers over 37 years and his legacy will dwell on eternally.”
“Godspeed, Alex Trebek. We love you, then, now and eternally,” concluded the assertion. “Having Stage 10 devoted to him could be the final word posthumous honor. Thanks, Alex”
As of publication, the petition had obtained 960 signatures, with a objective set at 1,000.
Reps for Sony, CBS and “Jeopardy!” didn’t instantly reply to Fox Information’ request for remark.