'Jeopardy!' Is On Hiatus While Alex Trebek Recovers From Brain Surgery

'Jeopardy!' Is On Hiatus While Alex Trebek Recovers From Brain Surgery

'Jeopardy!' Is On Hiatus While Alex Trebek Recovers From Brain Surgery

Jeopardy! host Alex Trebek is taking a break from the hit NBC game show after undergoing surgery to remove blood clots from his brain. Trebek said, "I want to thank all of you for your concern".

On Thursday, the Jeopardy! host revealed that he's on medical leave from his hosting duties, as he's recovering from surgery relating to a subdural hematoma.

The 77-year-old host was born in Sudbury, Ont., and went on to host "Jeopardy" in 1984.

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He continued saying that two days after surgery, he was able to return home and his "prognosis is excellent".

According to a statement by Sony Pictures Entertainment obtained by NBC News, Trebek was admitted to the Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles on December 15 and had surgery the next day. Trebek is expected to make a full recovery.

According to Deadline, Trebek is expected to resume taping later this month and the show's broadcast schedule is not expected to be affected as episodes are taped months in advance. In 2011, he ruptured his Achilles tendon while chasing a burglar out of his hotel room.

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