Hosted by legendary talk show host, Chris Hardwick, this 30 minute segment provides information about the Internet while being scrutinized by amazing comedians. This show consists of clips,... See full summary »
What did the world look like as it was transforming into the horrifying apocalypse depicted in The Walking Dead (2010)? This spin-off set in Los Angeles, following new characters as they face the beginning of the end of the world, will answer that question.
The Nerdist himself, Chris Hardwick, celebrates all things nerdy in his first Comedy Central special. Mandroid features candid comedy tales that cover virginity, shark vaginas, awkward ... See full summary »
The Nerdist is a panel / talk show based on Chris Hardwick's immensely popular podcast of the same with a loyal cult following. Join Chris and all his awesomeness With his panelists (... See full summary »
Follows "The Walking Dead" star and motorcycle enthusiast Norman Reedus as he hits the open road to explore local biker culture and celebrate the best and brightest collectors, mechanics and craftsmen around the country.
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Jonah Ray and Kumail Nanjiani host a weekly live comedy show in Los Angeles featuring some of the biggest names in the alt-comedy scene. The pair discuss certain topics, broken up with interstitial sets from their guests.
Emily V. Gordon
When you have one of your favorite shows that after each episode you need to discuss or get behind the scenes info on what happened in the storyline this is the show for you. The show is hosted by Chris Hardwick and then usually has 2 guests whether if it's cast members, crew or one of the producers in addition to having some of the guests being a celebrity who's just a big fan of the show. I wish that shows like Sons of Anarchy would follow suit with a similar idea. It's especially a good thing when it's an episode when one of the cast members from The Walking Dead let them say good bye to the fans. Granted it has to be on a network like AMC or a similar cable channel that has more air time to kill, not that it would ever happen on network TV but they don't have the time slot freedom that basic cable channels have.
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