Jeopardy! Fans don't have to hear this, but lapsed fans might. LeVar Burton will begin his week-long tenure as host of the beloved game program starting Monday, July 26.The star of Star Trek: The Next Generation and Reading Rainbow joins a long list of public figures, including Sanjay Gupta from CNN and Aaron Rodgers from professional football who are all vying to replace Alex Trebek. However, Burton's path to the opportunity was quite different.It took a Burton-authored appeal via social media, possibly assisted by a fan petition, for Burton to be given a chance despite his obvious popularity as a celebrity and advocate for education for all ages. It's happening now, and it's not too soon. It was not easy to find a replacement for Trebek.Maybe you can't keep up with Jeopardy. anymore. We get it. Although the show has been a staple in American TV viewing for many generations, not everyone watches it faithfully throughout their lives. Since my teenage years, I have not been a regular watcher of the show. I used to watch the early broadcasts and use the information to convince my sister and mother that I could psychically discern the answers. This was a ruse that only lasted for one week, but it is still one of my favorite capers.Some of us may be rooting for Burton's success but we might not know where to go to catch the next week's episodes. Well, don't worry. We are here to assist.Jeopardy! Even on?Let's begin with the basics: Every Monday, new episodes of Jeopardy are released! The new episodes of Jeopardy air on ABC Monday through Friday at 7:00 PM local time in most areas. Burton will host the next week's episodes, as he did last week. He'll be available from July 26 to July 30.You should be aware that timing may not always work out as planned during Burton's Jeopardy. Due to the ongoing Tokyo Olympics, and at the end the week, 2021 NBA Draft, this week will be a little chaotic. The official website has a breakdown of the changes to the schedule that affect different airings.You can also enter your ZIP code at this link to double-check your local airtime.Jeopardy: Where can I watch it! Where can you watch Jeopardy?Jeopardy! It airs on ABC. You can tune in to ABC if you have cable, or if you use rabbit ear antennas.Subscribers to other cable-style services such as Hulu with Live TV and YouTube TV should also be able to access ABC. Subscribers to such services should have access to ABC in all locations. Many services such as these include a built-in DVR, which allows you to set Jeopardy! You can save the show to your favorites and continue watching it even after it has aired.There's still hope for those who have cut the cable or who just haven't bothered. Jeopardy is available to you! You don't have to do anything illegal. You will only need an internet connection to be able to create an account at Locast.Locast.org is basically a streaming service for "rabbit-ear" TV. These are the channels that you would get if your antenna worked. Unfortunately, it only works if the supported market is within your reach. However, this accounts for about three-quarters to the country. Technically, it's a free service so you should at least check.This "free" service comes with a caveat. Locast will charge $5 per month if you don't donate any money. The interruptions will be a price for choosing the completely free route.What can you expect from Burton's hosting weekJeopardy! It wasn't recorded live so Burton's run for host was technically already done. Some of his press coverage has been done ahead of his episodes airing, and it sets the stage for what to expect from his time on the podium."I had one day of rehearsal, and the next day I shot five episodes on Jeopardy! In an interview with The Associated Press, he stated that he had only one day of rehearsal and then shot five episodes of Jeopardy. "I was backstage after taped the first episode, and I said to Stephanie, 'Well how did you do?' "I came backstage after taping the first episode and I said to Stephanie, 'Well, how did you do?' She replied, 'ehhh. This is a woman who loves me enough for me to tell the truth. It wasn't me, she said."Burton was open to constructive criticism and used it as a guide for his four subsequent episodes.He said, "I made it my business to be me for the next four opportunities at bat, to forget the procedure, forget about the process. Stop trying to focus on the wrong things, stop trying. You wont be as smooth as Alex. Let go. What you can bring is yourself. That was my focus. It was then that I began to have fun.This is all you need to know. Tune in to see Burton hosting Jeopardy! All week, beginning Monday, July 26.