"Jeopardy!" will resume production again next week, with Ken Jennings stepping in as the first guest host following the death of longtime host Alex Trebek earlier this month.

“We will resume production on 11/30 with a series of interim guest hosts from the Jeopardy! family — starting with Ken Jennings,” the game show tweeted Monday. “Additional guest hosts to be announced.”

PHOTO: This image released by JEOPARDY! shows Ken Jennings, a 74-time champion the the set of the popular quiz show.
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This image released by JEOPARDY! shows Ken Jennings, a 74-time champion the the set of the popular quiz show.

Executive producer Mike Richards said in a statement, “Alex believed in the importance of 'Jeopardy!' and always said that he wanted the show to go on after him.”

“We will honor Alex’s legacy by continuing to produce the game he loved with smart contestants and challenging clues. By bringing in familiar guest hosts for the foreseeable future, our goal is to create a sense of community and continuity for our viewers.”

PHOTO: In this April 21, 2012, file photo, Alex Trebek speaks during a rehearsal before a taping of  Jeopardy! Power Players Week at DAR Constitution Hall in Washington, DC.
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In this April 21, 2012, file photo, Alex Trebek speaks during a rehearsal before a taping of Jeopardy! Power Players Week at DAR Constitution Hall in Washington, DC.

Jennings is certainly a familiar face to "Jeopardy!" fans. He holds the record for the longest winning streak on the show with 74 wins.

PHOTO: In this July 14, 2004, file photo, "Jeopardy" host Alex Trebek poses with contestant Ken Jennings after Jennings' record breaking streak on the game show surpassed 1 million dollars, in Culver City, Calif.
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In this July 14, 2004, file photo, "Jeopardy" host Alex Trebek poses with contestant Ken Jennings after Jennings' record breaking streak on the game show surpassed 1 million dollars, in Culver City, Calif.

Trebek, who hosted "Jeopardy"! for 35 years, died of pancreatic cancer on Nov. 8 at age 80. His final day in the studio was Oct. 29. The show will air 10 of Trebek's best episodes during the weeks of Dec. 21 and Dec. 28, and his final week of episodes will air starting Jan. 4.

The first guest-hosted shows will air the week of Jan. 11.