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'Jeopardy!': Ryan Long's Financial Struggles Revealed

Reigning Jeopardy! champion Ryan Long has already won over $100,000 on the show. Before competing on Jeopardy!, the 39-year-old Long was an Uber and Lyft driver in Philadelphia and lived paycheck-to-paycheck. He needed financial help just to afford the plane tickets to Burbank, California, where Jeopardy! is filmed. Long was...
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‘Jeopardy!’ Fans Are Fired Up for Uber Driver’s 7-Day Win Streak and Huge Earnings

After saying goodbye to Mattea Roach, the newest Jeopardy! superchamp who racked up an impressive 23 victories and will appear in the Tournament of Champions later this year, Jeopardy! fans were left feeling a bit lost. They didn’t have long to wait until their hearts were captured once more, however, as Ryan Long, an Uber driver from Philadelphia, soon stepped onto the stage.
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Here's What We Know So Far About Celebrity Jeopardy!, Including the Likely Host

When ABC announced its fall 2022-2023 lineup of shows on May 17, one of the most exciting new shows for the alphabet network is a new primetime Celebrity Jeopardy! The annual weeklong Celebrity Jeopardy tournaments of the ’90s—and hilarious fodder for Saturday Night Live spoofs—that have become more sporadic in recents are coming back as an all-new, high-stakes Celebrity Jeopardy! on ABC’s Sunday night lineup. The game show will debut along with the return of Celebrity Wheel of Fortune.
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'Jeopardy!': New Winning Streak Has Started

Jeopardy! has a new dominant champion on its hands. The latest reigning champion is Ryan Long, an Uber driver from Philadelphia. Long has gone on the longest Jeopardy! winning streak since Mattea Roach, a Canadian tutor whose own streak came to an end in early May when she lost by just $1.
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Seth Green's Bored Ape NFT Animated Series in Jeopardy After Scammer Steals and Sells His NFT

Seth Green's Bored Ape NFT is gone and that means his new show is on hold because of the rights situation. The Robot Chicken creator's art got acquired through a phishing scam according to BuzzFeed News. Basically, someone got a hold of the receipt for the NFT and now, Green and his team do not own the rights to the character. The show was supposed to be called White Horse Tavern. His prized possession was supposed to be the protagonist but that's all up in smoke right now. Fred Simian now sits in limbo as people debate what will happen next. (Note: More information about the negative ecologic impact of cryptocurrencies and NFTs is included at the bottom of this article.)
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