Ken Jennings bid “Jeopardy!” followers farewell in a tweet.The quiz present’s champion shared his goodbye late Friday evening after his last episode as visitor host aired.’JEOPARDY!’ GUEST HOST KEN JENNINGS PAYS TRIBUTE TO ALEX TREBEK, TWITTER REACTS”That’s a wrap on my six weeks of @Jeopardy visitor internet hosting,” Jennings wrote alongside an image of himself smiling on stage. “Thanks for watching, thanks on your endurance with a troublesome studying curve…and, as all the time, thanks Alex.”Jennings took over as visitor host of the NBC gameshow after longtime host Alex Trebek died on Nov. 8.Trebek, 80, appeared in pre-taped episodes posthumously eight weeks after his dying. His final episode aired on Jan. 8, which additionally featured a particular tribute that commemorated his 37 years of internet hosting.KEN JENNINGS SAYS HOSTING ‘JEOPARDY!’ IS ‘NERVE-RACKING,’ WISHES ALEX TREBEK WERE STILL HERE”Jeopardy!” producers shortly chosen Jennings to function this system’s visitor host as they proceed to determine who would be the everlasting substitute.Last month, the present’s official Twitter account introduced it might start rotating visitor hosts for the rest of season 37.Future visitor hosts embrace “Jeopardy!” Executive Producer Mike Richards, journalist and writer Katie Couric, Green Bay Packers Quarterback Aaron Rodgers, “60 Minutes” Correspondent Bill Whitaker and actress and neuroscientist Mayim Bialik.ALEX TREBEK’S DAUGHTER HONORS THE LATE ‘JEOPARDY!’ HOST THREE MONTHS AFTER HIS DEATHAlthough Jennings is not going to be serving as visitor host within the foreseeable future, the 46-year-old former contestant will proceed to work behind the scenes as a consulting producer, based on an up to date visitor host schedule he shared after he bid his adieu.CLICK HERE TO SIGN UP FOR OUR ENTERTAINMENT NEWSLETTER”Stay tuned for a carousel of shock visitor hosts, every extra shocking than the final,” Jennings adopted up in a tweet, which linked to an expanded lists of company, together with Dr. Oz, NBC News anchor Savannah Guthrie, CNN anchor Anderson Cooper and CNN Chief Medical Correspondent Dr. Sanjay Gupta.In an announcement issued to future “Jeopardy!” contestants, Jennings stated, “I hope they really feel that I’ve a way of solidarity with them, you already know, that I’m rooting for them.”CLICK HERE TO GET THE FOX NEWS APPJennings first competed in “Jeopardy!” in 2004, the place he set the file for longest successful streak within the gameshow’s historical past with 74 consecutive wins that earned him $2.52 million. He went on to compete in a number of “Jeopardy!” championships and even gained the “Jeopardy! The Greatest of All Time” match in 2020 earlier than he was supplied a internet hosting gig.