Common categories for Jeopardy include sports, entertainment, history, geography, art and literature. More specific categories may include WWII, State Capitals, US Presidents, Europe, Film Directors, Musicians, Sports Teams, and 19th Century Authors.
Portrait SubjectsThe final Jeopardy category was Portrait Subjects on April 8, 2010.
The Jeopardy! production staff has six researchers and 10 writers whose jobs are to create and assemble categories and questions for the series.
Names of the Jeopardy Contestants are available at the Jeopardy archive. See related link and look for that date under the season for the episode
Yes, the names of subjects are nouns.
Celebrity Names is the Jeopardy Final Category for April 7 2010.
The Final Jeopardy category for August 30 2010 was Biblical Names
Around the World is a popular spelling game. Hangman and Jeopardy are also very popular; Jeopardy in particular can be used as a review tool for many subjects.
Are names of two subjects.
The final Category on October 6 2009 is Biography Subjects
The Jeopardy! audition process differs from that of many other game shows in that it involves passing a difficult test of knowledge on a diversity of subjects, approximating the material encountered by contestants on the show.
They are called subjects.