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The 71-year-old Mr. Trebek was admitted to Cedars-Sinai Medical Center on Saturday. He’s expected to fully recover and be back at work when “Jeopardy!” resumes production for a new season in July.
Mr. Trebek was hospitalized for a heart attack in 2007. He has been hosting the popular quiz show for 28 years.
The actor behind Artie Abrams has been tapped as the next mentor on Oxygen’s reality competition series and will oversee a new theme for the second-year show: “Adaptability.”
Mr. McHale will bring his three seasons worth of experience on “Glee” to the fifth episode of the season, scheduled for July 3. It will mark his second turn as a mentor following his appearance last year during the show’s “Generosity” hour that saw co-runner-up Lindsay Pearce earn one-on-one time with him.
Upcoming mentors include Jane Lynch making her “Glee Project” debut on July 10 for another new theme, “Fearlessness”; Amber Riley stepping in for “Tenacity,” which was mentored by Max Adler last year; Darren Criss making his third appearance on July 31 for another new theme “Romanticality”; and Chris Colfer debuting in the Aug. 14 hour for “Glee-ality.”
• Compiled from Web and wire reports.
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