Jeopardy! Comes to Hulu for Its Streaming Debut

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About 23 million people on average tune in for Jeopardy! every week, and now you can finally sit down for a few rounds of TV’s most iconic quiz show whenever and wherever you want. That’s because for the first time in the show’s history, it’s available to stream exclusively on Hulu right now.

The streaming service currently has 60 Jeopardy! episodes ready to go, including themed events from over the years like “Tournament of Champions” and a “Battle of the Decades,” according to Variety. That last one ran in 2014 to celebrate Alex Trebek's 30th anniversary as host and involved some of the bigger names from its history, like Brad Rutter and Ken Jennings.

If a mere 60 episodes doesn't satisfy your quiz show craving, the streaming giant will also consistently add different ones to its lineup so you're not listening to the same questions about the Ottoman Empire over and over again. For now, though, the available episodes involve only those from 2012 to 2015—which means that if you’re looking for footage of Alex Trebek at his mustachioed peak, you may have to wait.

[h/t Vulture]