Sony Pictures Entertainment showcased its content in a big way at International CES in Las Vegas- with a special taping of "Jeopardy" that doubled as the debut of the show’s new set.
"Jeopardy," which celebrates its 25th anniversary this year, brought its new set to a special studio adjacent to Sony’s CES booth, and filmed several episodes, including a special celebrity edition and semi-finals of the show’s Tournament of Champions.
The new set includes various state-of-the-art Sony technology, including clues that are displayed on 25 separate 42" LCD screens and brand new computers. Other changes to the set include a different background and a slightly altered version of the "Final Jeopardy" theme song.
The celebrity edition featured reality show host Tom Bergeron, actress/comedian Aisha Tyler and actress Elizabeth Perkins (of the show "Weeds.")
Sony Pictures Television requested that we not reveal results of the show or any of the questions, but we can report that the Tournament of Champions episodes will air, in syndication, the week of March 18.
After CES, the set was to be moved to the show’s regular studio in Culver City, Calif.