He explained his condition to the fans before promising them he'll be back to host the show as soon as possible.
Jeopardy! Pauses Production While Host Alex Trebek Recovers from Brain Surgery
No timetable for when he'll be back on the air. The "Jeopardy" host published a video with a statement about his recent surgery. Trebek said, "I want to thank all of you for your concern". Trebek reports, "The prognosis is excellent and I expect to be in the studio taping more Jeopardy! programs very, very soon".
Trebek has been hosting the popular game show since 1984.
Watch Bruce Arians tell his Cardinals players that he's retiring
The retirement of Palmer, though not unexpected, leaves the Cardinals without a quarterback on their roster. He first became a head coach in 1983 at Temple and led the Owls for six seasons, compiling a 27-39 record.
Because of "Jeopardy's" long lead time in taping, the only change to the show's on-air schedule will be the shift of its College Championship episodes from March to April. He suffered a mild heart attack in 2012 and underwent knee surgery in 2015.
Production on the daily show has been put on hiatus to allow the 77-year-old Canadian to recuperate.
Biggest supermoon of 2018 to shine over Taiwan tonight
Also, the 2nd full moon is extra special, as it is many times referred to as the "blue moon" being the 2nd in a month. Today, our lunar companion reaches an extreme perigee distance of 221,559 miles (356,565 kilometers).
Raiders to pursue Jon Gruden for coaching job
Chances are that, at some point over the weekend, Gruden spoke directly with Raiders owner Mark Davis. "I'm here to help people". In that sense, he'd be a good fit with Derek Carr , who has regressed in 2017.