ABC 10 replaces ‘Wheel of Fortune’ and ‘Jeopardy’ with ‘Who Wants to be a Millionaire?’ and ‘ET’

ABC 10 replaces ‘Wheel of Fortune’ and ‘Jeopardy’ with ‘Who Wants to be a Millionaire?’ and ‘ET’

ISHPEMING — Starting September 12th, 2016, ABC 10 will no longer be carrying Jeopardy or Wheel of Fortune at 7 and 7:30 p.m. weekdays. Instead, we are picking up ‘Who Wants to be a Millionaire‘, and ‘Entertainment Tonight‘.

Jeopardy and Wheel of Fortune fans will still be able to catch the programming on a different channel, at a different time. Check your local listings.

About ‘Who Wants to Be a Millionaire’

Chris Harrison is the host of the iconic, nationally syndicated game show “Who Wants To Be A Millionaire.”

Best known for his 13 years as the popular host of ABC’s hit romance/reality series “The Bachelor” and “The Bachelorette,” Harrison also hosts the spin-off series “Bachelor in Paradise.”

Harrison has co-hosted ABC’s live coverage of the “Miss America Competition” for the past five years, and will return for the 2016 pageant. He first hosted the iconic broadcast on ABC in 2004. Additional hosting credits include “Emmys Red Carpet Live” at the 2012 Primetime Emmys; ABC’s 2011 “American Music Awards Red Carpet”; ABC’s live coverage of the final championship rounds of the 2010 “Scripps National Spelling Bee”; ABC’s 2008 “American Music Awards Red Carpet Live!,” and “Road to the 60th Primetime Emmy® Awards,”’s daily coverage leading up to the 2008 Primetime Emmy Awards.

In a departure from his many broadcast endeavors, Harrison recently turned to the written page, penning his first book – an emotional, passionate and suspenseful novel entitled The Perfect Letter. The romantic novel, published by Harper Collins, debuted in May of 2015.

The versatile Harrison has done his fair share of acting as well, with roles in the popular television series “Alias,” “The Practice,” “Six Feet Under” and “Sabrina the Teenage Witch.” His feature film appearances include “Bounce,” “Showtime” and portraying himself in the comedy “Date Movie.”

Harrison began his television career by covering local sports in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. The Dallas, Texas native went to Oklahoma City University on a soccer scholarship, and then made the natural transition to sportscasting with a local station.