NBC's Alex Trebek-hosted Jeopardy! has been in syndication for 35 years, but remarkably it's remained off streaming services. That is, of course, until today, with Deadline reporting that the classic game show has made its way to Hulu today with 60 episodes in tow. 

Hulu has curated a collection of some of the most memorable episodes of Jeopardy!, including a number of special event episodes. That means among the 60 episodes, there'll be a Tournament of Champions, a College Championship, Kids Week, and Battle of the Decades. 

To celebrate the announcement, Jeopardy! and Hulu have shared a short promo featuring Alex Trebek. With how long Jeopardy! has been on the air for, it's surprising that it's only just made its way to streaming services for the first time today. Sony Pictures Television and Hulu came to an agreement on a deal for the show, which still brings in a weekly audience of 23 million viewers.

The Trebek-hosted iteration of Jeopardy! has been on the air since 1984, and he's since presented over 7,000 episodes of the show. Before the Trebek revival of the show in '84, Art Fleming hosted the show from 1964 until 1975, before returning for a brief stint from '78 to '79.

Check out all the episodes of Jeopardy! available on Hulu here.