Jeopardy! and Wheel of Fortune producer Harry Friedman, has been recognized by Guinness World Records as the new title holder for Most game show episodes produced. 
One of television’s most prolific producers, Friedman claimed the record for having overseen 11,128 game show episodes at the time of adjudication. 
“I’m incredibly honored to have set a new world record certified by Guinness World Records,” said Friedman. 
“It’s a wonderful opportunity to take a moment to reflect on how fortunate I’ve been to have enjoyed such a rewarding career in television.”
Friedman joined Wheel of Fortune, the number one syndicated game show in the US, as a producer in 1995 and added producer duties for Jeopardy!, now in its 32nd season in syndication, in 1997. 
His record also encompasses his work on Jeopardy! spinoffs “Rock & Roll Jeopardy!”(VH1, 1998-2001), and “Jep!” (Game Show Network,1998-2000). 
His achievement also recognizes episodes he produced prior to joining Wheel of Fortune and Jeopardy!, for shows including “Hollywood Squares,” “The New Hollywood Squares,” “Personals,” and “Caesar’s Challenge.” 
This record marks the third time Friedman has set a record certified by Guinness World Records; he also holds the records for Most Emmy® Award nominations for a game show producer with 42 and Most Emmy® Award wins by a game show producer with 13.