– Jeopardy! shares inspiring Thanksgiving message from Alex Trebek, taped before his death: “Keep the Faith”


Alex Trebek spreads kindness and positivity to everyone – even after his death.

– Jeopardy! on Thursday, he released a Thanksgiving message from the host of the late game show, which was filmed just a few weeks before his death.

In the 20-second clip, the beloved television icon reminds Americans to cling to their faith in a period never seen before the coronavirus epidemic.

Trebek says, “Happy Thanksgiving, ladies and gentlemen. You know, despite what America and the rest of the world are experiencing right now, there are many reasons for gratitude. More and more people are giving a helping hand for a good.” to their neighbors, and that’s a good thing. “

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“Keep the faith, we will all experience it, and that will make us a better society,” concludes Trebek’s posthumous message.

– Jeopardy! posted the touching video on his official Twitter account and wrote, “We are first on the list of things we can be thankful for: Alex ‘s Thanksgiving message from today’ s show. We hope you have a safe and happy Thanksgiving!”

Trebek died on November 8 after a battle against stage 4 pancreatic cancer. Hollywood stars and fans continue to pay tribute to him.

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Trebek is hosted by “Jeopardy!” He has been leading more than 8,000 episodes since 1984. He regularly talked about how much he liked to host the popular game show and even credited the fans for helping him with cancer treatment.

Alex Trebek died at the age of 80 after a battle against stage 4 pancreatic cancer.
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When production stopped due to the global epidemic, he was one of the loudest voices calling for a safe return to the show.

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– Jeopardy! will resume production on Nov. 30, and viewers will see the late host duties as temporary guests on the podium with one of the great players of all time, Ken Jennings.