“Jeopardy!” superstar and trans activist Amy Schneider made her anticipated return to the show in this year’s “Jeopardy! Tournament of Champions.” Schneider, a 43-year-old Dayton, Ohio native, racked up the second-longest winning streak in the game show’s history. She won 40 games, making her second only to current host Ken Jennings’ 74, and became the first woman to earn over $1 million, as well as the first trans woman to make it to the “Tournament of Champions.”