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Continuing his bid for complete global domination, Chris Hardwick will host and executive produce a show about science and technology for NBC.
On Tuesday, the network announced it has ordered six episodes of “The Awesome Show,” which will “showcase the groundbreaking scientific and technological advances that are shaping the future.”“The opportunity to develop a primetime show that celebrates science and technology was too good to pass up," said Hardwick in a press statement.
He also has a franchise at AMC that includes “The Walking Dead” fan show “Talking Dead” and the upcoming “Talking With Chris Hardwick.”A premiere date for “The Awesome Show” has not been announced, but Hardwick should have plenty to keep him busy until then.
, hosted the game show along with the likes of vivacious co-hosts Jenny Mc Carthy and Carmen Electra, giving randy college students a platform to possibly get laid.
Near the end of the Television Critics Association's winter press tour session Saturday afternoon, Hardwick -- also host of AMC's with a revealing anecdote.After about 15 minutes this shock of blonde hair [appears]." She had clogged her toilet on the first day and spent that time figuring out how to fix it before asking if someone had a plunger. PHOTOS: Midseason 2013: TV's Newest Series (Later in the afternoon, Mc Carthy countered Hardwick's story by offering her own: According to the new VH1 late-night host, she shared that the evening before an early taping, she burned her hotel down -- literally.) But on to the series, which will be in the form of a comedy/variety talk show.For Hardwick, the landscape has shifted dramatically for "nerdy" content making its way into the pop culture conversation. Other than that, we had a very brothery-sistery relationship and I adored working with her. They had wanted to do a “Singled Out” sketch for a while and I was way on board. She pointed out to me, “See, the curtains don’t match the rug.” I complimented her decor nonetheless.
His Nerdist podcast, where he interviews royalty like fantasy author Neil Gaiman, actor Patrick Stewart and Bill Nye (“the Science Guy”) has grown into an empire, producing podcast series by chef Alton Brown and comedian Pete Holmes among others.