It's been nearly four decades since Pat Sajak and Vanna White took their first spin!
In celebration of the show's 39th season, Rachel Smith caught up with Vanna White on how grateful she is for all the Wheel of Fortune success.
In her interview with Rachel, Vanna was masked up, following the guidelines of the Vegas casino she was in. The star still made sure to flash her famous white smile at the camera, showing us just how truly happy her work on Wheel of Fortune has made her, Pat, and fans of the show.
"We have started our 39th season of 'Wheel of Fortune' and it's thanks to all our wonderful and loyal viewers out there that have kept us going, so thanks to all of you who keep watching and enjoying our show, we wouldn't be here without you," White said.
Vanna also opened up on the incredible journey she's been on since day one.
"I count my blessings that we have been able to be on the air for this long and 'Wheel of Fortune' has been so successful for so long, and I just, I pinch myself because I still love what I do. I love my job, I love being associated with 'Wheel of Fortune', and it's my life and it brings me happiness, and I hope it brings a lot of other people happiness too,"
While speaking with Vanna, Rachel made sure to get the inside scoop about what it's been like working with Pat Sajak for nearly 40 years. Rachel asked Vanna if Pat has any secret talents and hidden abilities that she's gotten to know over the years.
"He is, he is funnier than you realize. He really is so funny and so quick, he should have his own comedic show, he's that funny," White said.
Don't miss out on all the laughs and love! The iconic duo can be caught in action for their 39th season, weeknights on ABC.
Based off of the hit novel series, Foundation is Apple TV+'s newest sci-fi show that's keeping viewers on the edge of their seats.
Foundation follows an elaborate saga of humans dispersed throughout the universe who are all united under the rule of the Galactic Empire. A group of exiles band together after realizing the only way to save the empire from complete devastation is to resist its rule.
Fans of Foundation already understand the complex and intricate storyline, however its plot may be too confusing for new viewers to understand.
Lee Pace, who plays the lead role of Brother Day in the series, explained the main concept of the show.
"Foundation is about a mathematician who predicts with mathematical certainty that my [Brother Day's] empire is going to crumble and proposes a 'Foundation' whereby mankind can survive the dark ages that follow," Pace said.
Alfred Enoch, who plays Raych Foss in the series, elaborated on just how expansive the magnitude of the show's plot gets as each episode progresses.
"It's an epic story on a huge scale, and I think we always have appetite for, for that kind of kind of scope of storytelling things which deal with issues of, of what we do as a race and how we engage with each other and the world we live on and by extension of the universe. You know, I think these are things which are always, that's never going to go out of fashion," Enoch said.
Leah Harvey, who stars as Salvor Hardin in the show, further elaborated on the complexity of its plot.
"There's loads of different parts of this show and, you know, I think that like, that's really, that's the unique thing about it, is that it's so vast. Ultimately it's about people and how they relate to each other," Harvey said.
Take part of the intricate sci-fi adventure, Foundation is streaming now on Apple TV+.