Vanna White’s “Wheel of Fortune” Renewed through the 2022-23 Season

Vanna White will be spinning for several more years…

Less than a week after renewing her contract, the 61-year-old half-Puerto Rican television personality’s syndicated game show Wheel of Fortune has been renewed through the 2022-23 season.

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Host Pat Sajak and letter-turner White will keep their roles on the popular game show.

The three-year renewal will take Wheel of Fortune through its 40th season. It will continue to air on numerous ABC stations, including those in the top four markets of New York, Los Angeles, Chicago and Philadelphia.

Wheel of Fortunereaches 25 million-plus weekly viewers, more than any other program on television.

In May 2013, Whitewas honored by Guinness World Records for being the most frequent clapper on television. As of January 31, 2013, it was estimated that she had clapped at least 3,480,864 times across the show’s 30 seasons. Having appeared in all but 10 of Wheel of Fortune‘s 5,754 episodes to that point, during the show’s modern syndicated run, which began on September 19, 1983. That averaged of to about 606 claps per show.

The show is executive produced by Harry Friedman for Sony Pictures Television and is distributed domestically by CBS Television Distribution and internationally by CBS Studios International.

Vanna White to Celebrate the 35th anniversary of “Wheel of Fortune” at the Paley Center

Vanna White is celebrating her Fortune

New York’s Paley Center for Media will mark the 35th anniversary of Wheel of Fortune with a special exhibition and a live event featuring the 60-year-old half-Puerto Rican television personality.

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Wheel of Fortune: 35 Years as America’s Game” will include the participation of executive producer Harry Friedman and on-air personalities White and Pat Sajak looking back at the show’s history.

The exhibit will run from November 15 to December 3, with free admission to the public. The ticketed PaleyLive event is scheduled to begin at 6:30 pm ET on November 15.

The exhibit features interactive games, fan-favorite memorabilia like the ceramic Dalmatian named Sheldon, White’s gowns and videos about the show’s history.

During the live event, Sajak, White and Friedman will talk about the show’s daily production, relive memorable moments and take questions from the audience. WABC-TV reporter Sandy Kenyon will moderate the conversation, which will feature video clips from the show’s run.

“No other game show has entertained America like Wheel of Fortune,” said Maureen J. Reidy, the Paley Center’s President & CEO. “We’re thrilled to welcome generations of fans to experience the exciting world of their favorite game show, and to continue the Paley Center’s commitment to presenting unique and immersive exhibit experiences.”

The CBS Television Distribution show, which is produced by Sony, is commemorating its anniversary season with special bonus-round options and enhanced sweepstakes prizes. It continues to be a solid ratings performer, jockeying with Jeopardy! and Family Feud for the top spot among syndicated TV game shows.