James Holzhauer Returning To ‘Jeopardy!’ For ‘2019 Tournament Of Champions’

James Holzhauer’s amazing “Jeopardy!” winning streak may be over, but his time on the show sure isn’t.

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In a video announcement on Wednesday, the game show revealed Holzhauer will return to compete in the 2019 Tournament of Champions.

Holzhauer made international headlines with his 32-game streak in which he racked up an incredible $2.4 million in winnings.

The Chicago native will face-off against 14 other “Jeopardy!” champs:

  • Josh Hill (North Little Rock, Ark.), whose 7-game winnings totaled $163,721
  • Ryan Fenster (Seatac, Wash.), whose 7-game winnings totaled $156,497
  • Kyle Jones (Aurora, Colo.), whose 7-game winnings totaled $145,403
  • Rob Worman (Edina, Minn.), whose 6-game winnings totaled $133,900
  • Alan Dunn (Johns Creek, Ga.), whose 5-game winnings totaled $120,802
  • Steven Grade (Atlanta, Ga.), whose 5-game winnings totaled $115,501
  • Eric R. Backes (Round Rock, Texas), whose 4-game winnings totaled $105,602
  • Anneke Garcia (Salt Lake City, Utah), whose 4-game winnings totaled $104,497
  • Lindsey Shultz (Pittsburgh, Penn.), whose 4-game winnings totaled $101,002
  • Emma Boettcher (Chicago, Ill.), whose 3-game winnings totaled $97,002
  • Gilbert Collins (Princeton, N.J.), whose 5-game winnings totaled $84,201
  • Rachel Lindgren (Bend, Ore.), whose 5-game winnings totaled $75,999
  • Dhruv Gaur (Gainesville, Ga.), the Season 34 College Champion
  • Francis Barcomb (New Paltz, N.Y.), the Season 35 Teachers Champion

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The “Jeopardy!” Tournament of Champions will air from Nov. 4 to 15.

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