‘Reading Rainbow’ legend LeVar Burton wants to host ‘Jeopardy!’

Take a look, he could get booked.

Amid mixed reception for the latest crop of “Jeopardy!” guest hosts, Twitter is campaigning for one beloved celeb to succeed Alex Trebek as full-time MC — former “Reading Rainbow” host LeVar Burton.

“Leaving this here in the event that the powers that be are listening,” Burton, 64, tweeted Monday alongside a petition started by a fan of the beloved “Star Trek” actor. The document boasted over 130,000 signatures as of Tuesday morning.

The petition comes amid a feverish push on Twitter for the wholesome television icon to host the gameshow.

“Why is @levarburton still not the @Jeopardy host?” tweeted one enamored superfan of the Grammy winner.

Another wrote, “If you don’t let LeVar Burton guest host, I will… Set myself on fire! But seriously. This shouldn’t even be a question.”

“Levar Burton for everything,” gushed one LeVar lover.

Becoming “Jeopardy!” host would no doubt prove a major feather in the cap for Burton, who is best-known for his 23-year stint hosting children’s program “Reading Rainbow.”

The Emmy-winning actor and director also memorably played Lt. Commander Geordi La Forge in “Star Trek: The Next Generation,” and Kunta Kinte in the groundbreaking ABC miniseries “Roots” (1977).

He’s one of a grab-bag of celebrities nominated to fill the shoes of Alex Trebek, after the long-time “Jeopardy!” host tragically passed away after a brave public battle against pancreatic cancer last year.

Notable guest MCs have included everyone from Greenbay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers to television journalist Katie Couric and of course, Ken Jennings, the show’s winningest contestant.