Jeopardy! font

image of the official Jeopardy! font

Today we take a deep-dive look at the Jeopardy font! The name of the font that most closely resembles the lettering that was used in the official Jeopardy tv show logo is a typeface by the name of Gyparody. It was created by the prolific font author Ray Larabie and released in December 1998 via his Typodermic Fonts design agency.

As the name of this font suggests, this is a “parody” font relating to the one used in the original hit TV game show that was hosted by Alex Trebek. It comes with x2 different styles (gyparody-hv.ttf and gyparody-rg.ttf) allowing you to experiment with different looks in order to achieve an exact replica of the original Jeopardy logo.

Below you can download this Jeopardy font for free so that you can install it on your computer. Alternatively, you can use our free Jeopardy font generator tool that is presented further on down the bottom of this page.

About the Jeopardy typeface

This is surely one of the most popular tv game shows of all time. It first aired on American tv back in 1964 with host at that time being Art Fleming. Alex Trebek then went on to host the show for the next 36 years from 1984 until 2020. Since then it has been hosted by: Mike Richards, Mayim Bialik, and more recently Ken Jennings (since 2021). The Jeopardy typeface has changed little over the years, and with the shows loyal legion of fans it has become an extremely recognisable logo.


Jeopardy! font generator

Use our free Jeopardy! font generator tool below to create your own custom design logo or image. Enter your text, select a font, choose a font size, and pick your favorite colors. Hit the Generate button and your logo/image is created and ready to download.


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