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These are the many styles of the Jeopardy logos we've seen over the years.
There are two different logo styles, coming down to the font, for the Art Fleming and Alex Trebek versions. Now let's get down to the nitty-gritty.

Standard Logo Styles

Test Logos


The show's logo in Different Colors

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Holiday Logos

Custom Designed Logos

Opening Logos

Fleming Era

Trebek Era

Tournament Logos

Seasons 2-7

Season 8

Season 9

Season 10

Seasons 11-12

Season 13

Season 14

Season 15

Season 16

Season 17

Season 18

Season 19

Season 20

Season 21

Season 22

Season 23

Season 24

Season 25

Season 26

Season 27

Season 28

Season 29

Season 30

Season 31

Season 32

Season 33

Season 34

Season 35

Season 36

Season 37

Season 38

A few Tournament Logos are missing from previous seasons. If you have one, please add it to its corresponding season.

Promo Logo (1986)

Special Logos

Rare Logos

$100,000 Tournament of Champions promo (1986)

Promo Pics

Bumper Cards

The Jeopardy bumper card had many looks over the years, until the debut of the Sushi Bar set in November 1996.


This is what is usually seen on the game board until the third season.

These are the actual screenshots of the images shown above.

Blue on Blue

Blue with Silver Letters

Dark Blue with Silver Letters

Blue with Diamonds

Blue Diamond

Gray Grid

Green on Orange Diagonal

Pink with Orange Line

Burgundy with White Line

Red & Pink

Grey Checkers

Blue to Aqua

Blue to Green

Blue with Burgundy Bottom

Blue on Gray

Blue with White Star

Purple to Blue

NOTE: Somewhat resembles the title card for the future Season 24.

Tan with White Line

Red with Purple Bottom

NOTE: Resembles the title card for the future Season 28.

Little Rainbow

Red, White & Blue

Gray & Pink Checkers

Pink on Gray

Red on Light

Shrunken Letters

Starting in 1986, the Jeopardy! letters were shrunken & altered; they have continued to appear as that to this day.


Little Grid Lines

Big Grid Lines

Blue Grid with Blue Diagonal Line

Purple Wall Background

Silver Vortex

Blue Bumps

Purple Bumps

Diagonal Lines

Blue Lines

Yellow Circle

Blue Circle on Yellow Background

The globe logo used 1994-1996 on a sky background.

Curved Letters

Used for a short period but continued to be used for tournaments until the end of season 8.


In the final year of the 1985-1991 set, Jeopardy! would appear on a box on a circle. The logo can be compared to a vintage Nissan logo.

Triangle Title Cards

From the Grid Set

In the intro starting in the 2nd year of the grid set, while the globe could be seen on the board on camera, it switched to the bumper card as the contestants made their entrance. As Alex made his entrance, the bumper card would "morph" into individual cards into the monitors.

In the 1st year, a portrait of Alex was on the board and would morph into the monitors as he made his entrance, then fade into the logo (either the globe or the tournament logo). For Double Jeopardy!, the card would morph into the monitors as the dollar amounts popped into the screens.

Glass Panes
Dark Blue Grid
Marble (A)
Marble (B)
Rough Wall
1992 Tournament of Champions
1993 College Championship
1993 Seniors Tournament
Celebrity Jeopardy!, with White Text
Celebrity Jeopardy!, with Red Text

Copyright Cards

From 1984 to 1996, the bumper cards would have a copyright stamp at the bottom of the screen underneath Jeopardy!

Season 1

Seasons 1-5

Seasons 5-7

Super Jeopardy!

From the Grid Set

Copyright Texts

Logos from 1996 & Beyond

From this season on, the main logo would be used for the season, which would appear on the game board and additional screens. A more stylized version would be used only in the opening and would sometimes vary greatly from the main graphic.

Season 13

NOTE: For a brief period, the first Sushi Bar set logo had bumpers of its own. The logo was shown either on the bottom left or bottom right of the screen. That practice stopped the next season.

Season 14

Season 15

Season 16

Season 17

Season 18

Season 19

NOTE: Starting in Season 19, before the sushi bar set was replaced with the metallic set, the bumper card no longer morphed into individual cards into the monitors on-camera as Alex made his entrance.

Season 20

NOTE: This season brought us the champions return until they lose or "sky's the limit" rule. The logo itself features miniature Jeopardy! logos traveling in the background, including one aboard the main logo.

Season 21

Season 22

NOTE: This season marked the introduction of Kelly Miyahara and Jon Cannon of the Clue Crew.

2005 College Championship