The interviews take a personal and often unique framing with great humor and many times heart touching quality. One of my absolute favorite podcasts and I listen to many.
I didnât want the podcast to end. They had me feeling like I was listening to a comedy album.
Helps work go by so much faster!!! I started at the beginning and am still in 2011, but love it so so much. I hope I get caught up, but there are soooo many! (Confession: Matt is my favorite)
The chemistry between Chris and Russell was amazing
....after only finding the amazing "talking dead" around season 4, I had no idea about the other Chris Hardwicks other ventures. Ok ok so I'm here now! All I can say is I'm happy I finally subscribed. Chris! You have a true gift for not just interviewing but for total fan immersion - yours and ours! You are going to be an amazing director! (15 years of working in ULB/LB films so yea, I can call them!) super excited for you - enjoy the process!
Back to the old format I guess?
Chris Hardwick is amazing and it shows. Everyone he interviews has an ease in their voice and they share their life and thoughts, their way! Entertaining, fun, hilarious and totally nerdy!
Ive loved listening to your podcast for awhile. I tell everyone about you and now you're everywhere! I didn't know you lived in memphis as a kid until the David Schwimmer chess comment. Then I researched and was so surprised! But anyways, after hearing comments here and there-- I wish you liked memphis more!
Love Chris Hardwick and the hostfuls are my favorite. I also love the ongoing call for everyone to do creative things!
Love this show, I have a hard time waiting for the next show. Only thing bad is they use "LIKE" way too much. Please your not a 20 year old. Thank you for a great show, and keep up getting such nice, and open people on the show.
Chris Hardwickâs Nerdist podcasts are hilarious, insightful, educational and just plain entertaining! Iâve been listening for a year and have almost heard all of them from 2010 to now. I even go back and listen to my all time favorites a second and third time because they make me laugh so hard. Thanks Chris!
Radiorama episode, 'nough said
New favorite podcast. Intelligent humor and a fair of amount of geekdom makes me so happy! The Max Brooks episode hooked me and now I'm binging.
My brother (born 1959) as a child was tv addicted and grew up to be serious alcoholic. I think now he's maybe Facebook addicted but it seems relatively harmless.
This is what I never knew I needed in my life. Just listened to the FUTURAMA radio show! So flipping good!!!!
I just finished listening to the Paula Poundstone podcast. She is brilliant and still has what it takes to make me laugh. Chris interviewed her so well. and the whole show is just fun to listen too during my workouts.
This podcast is one of my favorites. It makes my day a little less boring
What else can I say?
Thank you for making it happen!!!!!!
Amazing. The second best way to experience Futurama. I felt like I was watching a new episode. The jokes were as fresh as ever, and the writing and voicing were fantastic. I'd love to hear more!!
I've been listening for several years. It does not matter who the guest is, it's a fabulous conversation.
I love how they're just hanging out talking makes me feel like im there too
Chris hardwick is tapped into the pulse of pop culture and all things fandom. Every podcast is like sitting in on a conversation between friendsâ¦friends who happen to famous and wicked awesome.
Thanks for the Jamie Alexander interview! It was so great. You guys rock!
Nerdist has been producing independant entertainment for many, many year. The network is a pioneer and one of the best at what they do. Love the interviews, love the selection of shows, each series is worth a listen and I'm happy to be amoung their many listeners.
Hardwick is absolutely awesome. The other guys are pretty decent also. Everything you want to know about pop-culture and some really awesome guests are in this podcast.
Chris Hardwick does such a great job. He allows his guests to get comfortable and have deeper conversations about their personal passions, that otherwise get drowned out by trying to sell us something in other interviews.
This podcast has been a literal life saver in multiple points of my life. An when things are up, Chris is still there and hilarious. I just miss Jonah and Matt
Chris is great and his conversations lead in amazing directions. Many times, there are solid life lessons to carry forward.
This guy is flat out annoying and tries so hard to be be important or cool but he's not. He is the one with those obnoxious rehearsed after shows for the worst shows ever made. I tried a couple interviews based on the guest and he ruins all of it and it appears he has his guests drink so everything gets goofy and awkward. The podcast culture is getting filled with too many guys like this and that's a bad thing. Not everyone should have a voice heard because the truth is most are not interesting or skilled at speaking.
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One of my favorite podcasts. Chris is an excellent interviewer.
Amazing gets it done
Not only is Chris Hardwick really milking this "awkward nerd" thing, he's extremely boring. Interviews are more or less the same. Garbage.
El nombre de la vida social
One of my favorites
Diverse guests. Always funny and entertaining love this
I had heard of Chris Hardwick's podcast for a while so finnally got around to downloading some episodes & found it to be sort of like uncensored talk radio. So far I loved the Grant Morrison, Clive Barker, & Guilermo del Toro interviews. The episodes don't even really come across as interviews but more like conversations yet the laughter at times just seems too forced. Like Kevin Smith, I can take Chris Hardwick in small doses. Its worth a listen if you want to listen to something at work or in the car.
I used to look forward to a new podacst, despite Jonah being in it. Now the podcast is mostly just Chris. It's not as good as it used to be. I dont want to listen to interviews that happened on a TV show, that seems a tad lazy. I think Chris is stretching himself a bit thin with doing so many other projects. And because of that, the podcast is suffering. I know nothing good can last, but I think they could still churn out some good interviews a wee bit more frequently.
So many reviews but I should my patriotic bit. If I don't Trump could become president.
Cool beans in hot sauce
This is what interviews *should* be â conversations, not Q&As. But what's happened to the frequency. Less than once a week now?
Excellent host in Chris Hardwick