In April, the host of Jeopardys, Jeopardier, revealed that he and his wife, who is hosting the show, were dating.
That same month, they were married and had their second child.
Now, a new book, Who Is Whom?, explores the lives of four of the host’s guests and asks, “What does it mean to be a host and how did they meet?”
Hosted by comedian and author Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Who Are Whom?
looks at how host and guest come to be, what their relationships are like, and the relationships that led them to be together.
“I feel like this book is about the people and the places they’ve been, and why they were there, and who they’ve met,” Louis-dreyfuses said.
“What are they telling themselves?
What are they going to tell their children?
What is their connection to what they are doing?
Who are they as a person?
Who do they think they are?”
“Jeopardy: The Power of Two” opens on March 22, 2019 at 9 p.m.
ET on PBS.
For the full Who Are Who?
series, visit the PBS website and read “Who Is Wham?
Who Who is Whom?”
For more information about the book, go to www.whoiswhom.com.
Who Is What?
will be available on PBS stations nationwide on March 24, 2019.