Ken Jennings and Mayim Bialik are here to stay — at least for the rest of the season.

On Wednesday, “Jeopardy!” announced that the two will continue hosting the long-running game show throughout its 38th season, which will continue into 2022.

“We are delighted to let you know our excellent and experienced team in front of and behind the camera will continue into 2022: @missmayim and @kenjennings will share hosting duties through the end of Jeopardy! Season 38, and Michael Davies will remain as executive producer,” the “Jeopardy!” account tweeted out.

Season 39 is scheduled to air in July next year, according to Deadline. Who the permanent host for the show will be is still unclear. For now, we can continue enjoying the company of the former “Jeopardy!” champion and “The Big Bang Theory” star.

Both Jennings and Bialik were announced as hosts in September after Mike Richards was fired from his role as host and executive producer when controversial comments he made resurfaced.

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Bialik is also set to host a spinoff of the show, “Jeopardy! National College Championship,” which is set to premiere in February, per the Deseret News. The show will also be executive produced by Davies. The show will feature 15 students from colleges and universities competing for $100,000.

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