Danger! Legend Amy Schneider brings big news about a new project outside of the game show

DANGER! Champ Amy Schneider has announced an upcoming book about her experience on the popular game show.

Amy, the highest earning woman ever on Jeopardy! performed updated fans with updates on their latest side project.

Danger! Champ Amy Schneider has made waves with her recent book announcement


Danger! Champ Amy Schneider has made waves with her recent book announcementCredit: Tyler Golden/Sony Pictures Television/Courtesy of Jeopardy Productions, Inc. via AP
Amy announced that her new book, In the Form of a Question, will be out this October


Amy announced that her new book, In the Form of a Question, will be out this OctoberPhoto credit: ABC

Amy took to Twitter to make her big announcement.

She wrote, “So excited to announce my new book #InTheFormOfAQuestion coming out in October!”

The danger! The contestant included a picture of the cover of her book, which includes a photo of her.

She included a link in the tweet to pre-order her book.

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According to publisher Simon & Schuster, the memoir is about “the joys and rewards of an inquisitive life”.

The official description reads: “An inspirational and courageous memoir from the most successful woman to ever walk Jeopardy! started – and an exploration of what it means to ask questions of the world and of yourself.”

Amy is an Engineering Manager from Oakland, California.

She became the fourth person to surpass $1 million in the 28th round of Jeopardy after a 10-day streak in November 2021.

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Meanwhile, actress and TV presenter Mayim Bialik has been praised for “normalizing anxiety” in a new video.

The danger! The hostess has also been dubbed the “highest-profile celebrity” of all time for the effort she took to leave a voicemail.

On Saturday night, Mayim shared a video of herself at home without makeup and in comfortable clothes.

“Checking my own voicemail to make sure I sound OK,” she captioned the video.

The danger! The co-host held her phone case to her ear while filming on her phone and pretended to leave a voicemail.

“Hey, this is Mayim,” she said. “Yeah. I just wanted to let you know that I won’t be able to make it to the, um, thing we’re going to do.”

“But let’s do it next week? Is that cool? Just like super, crazy busy. Yes.”

The next clip showed her checking her voicemail to hear what she was actually saying.

“Hey, it’s me. I’ve had a hell of a week,” her voice said.

Mayim made a face as she continued to listen.

“Perimenopause is real. It’s like a 10 year process and it feels like every 10 years just hit me.”

The 47-year-old bit her nail as she realized what she had actually said.

“My house looks like a freaking tornado hit it, so. Nothing happens tonight except I lay in my bed and cry, so have a great night,” Mayim finished.

She looked like she was about to cry before grimacing and laying it on the table, probably dying of embarrassment.

“Did I say that?” She captioned the post.


Though Mayim felt completely embarrassed, her followers thought she was super relatable and funny.

“‘Nothing’s happening tonight except laying in my bed and crying’…damn understandable,” one wrote.

Many said, “I felt that in my soul.”

“Yup. That sounds about right to me!” commented a third.

Another added: “You are so relatable on SO MANY levels…luv ya!!!”

“So relatable, love this!! I keep referring to your video of you recovering from social interactions. Grateful for you and your truth!!” wrote one follower.

“Girls… same,” many said.

“Soooo accurate,” commented one fan.


Last month, Mayim was relatable when she revealed she cried at Disneyland.

She posted a video on her Instagram about her feelings and seeing her favorite character.

“I’m kind of an emotional person. Everyone needs to know that,” she began the video.

“You know that character from Inside Out, the sad one, she’s my favorite,” Mayim chuckled.

“I was at Disneyland, and she was there as a character, and I wanted to hug her, and they told me she needed to take a break,” said Jeopardy! Host said with a chuckle.

“And I couldn’t hug her and I started crying because I love her character so much.”

The 47-year-old continued, “And she collapsed and I cried at Disneyland because I couldn’t hug her.”

Then she put her face in her hands and laughed.

Mayim went on to say that her boyfriend said she might have explosive diarrhea and need to go.

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The hostess added that she didn’t care because she just wanted to hug her.

“The true story of how I cried at Disneyland the other day,” she captioned the post.


Fans can read all about Amy's time on the game show


Fans can read all about Amy’s time on the game showPhoto credit: ABC
Amy is the most successful woman ever on Jeopardy!


Amy is the most successful woman ever on Jeopardy!Photo credit: ABC

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CELINE CASTRONUOVO is a Dailynationtoday U.S. News Reporter based in London. His focus is on U.S. politics and the environment. He has covered climate change extensively, as well as healthcare and crime. CELINE CASTRONUOVO joined Dailynationtoday in 2023 from the Daily Express and previously worked for Chemist and Druggist and the Jewish Chronicle. He is a graduate of Cambridge University. Languages: English. You can get in touch with me by emailing: celine@dailynationtoday.com.

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