A life without Alex Trebek hosting our favorite trivia game show? It looks like it could happen and may be sooner than later. 

Jeopardy debuted in March of 1964, a daytime quiz show hosted by Art Fleming. But the version we all know and love debuted in September of 1984 with the  one and only Alex Trebek.

That’s right, that means that there are plenty of us that only remember Trebek as the host of many evenings guessing the wrong answers to oh, so many trivia questions (answers?)

We so very much remember decades with that famous ‘stache. (Though, it just took me way too long to find a picture of him with it…)

So, it’s a little sad to think that by as early as 2020 we could have Jeopardy without his mug. Seriously. He sat down with Harvey Levin at TMZ and said who he thought the next host of the show should be. Hear what he had to say below:

'Jeopardy Host' Alex Trebek May Retire and Wants L.A. Kings Announcer to Replace Him

Alex Trebek can't host "Jeopardy!" forever -- in fact, he says there's a good chance he'll retire from the show soon -- and he's already got a replacement in mind ... with a very fitting name.