Puppets for $1000: Broadway's Avenue Q, The Lion King, Wicked Featured on Nov. 1 "Jeopardy!"

News   Puppets for $1000: Broadway's Avenue Q, The Lion King, Wicked Featured on Nov. 1 "Jeopardy!" The Broadway productions Avenue Q, The Lion King and Wicked will be featured Nov. 1 on the quiz show "Jeopardy!"

The musicals — which all utilize puppetry — will make an appearance as a clues in the "Puppetry on Broadway" category on the Nov. 1 telecast.

The popular game show airs in the New York area on ABC at 7 PM (ET). Check your local listings.

"Jeopardy!" has used many Broadway and theatre-related subjects as categories in recent months. In the past, the "Clue Crew" from the hit TV show visited Broadway productions to tape a series of clues and answers concerning various musicals. The Vegas cast of Avenue Q just appeared on the show in September.

Created by Merv Griffin and hosted by Alex Trebek, "Jeopardy!" won 24 Emmy Awards since its debut in 1984. The series is produced by Sony Pictures Television. For more information, visit www.jeopardy.com.