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The Collection: Jurassic Pork, a Buncha Movies, and Cumberbatch

Another week starts with another dip into The Collection, with a bunch o’ stuff I didn’t have time for last week while I frantically scrambled to get ready for another… more

Another Preview of “The Nerdist”: Let’s Form a Band

The folks at BBC America and the Nerdist Channel are giving us another preview of next week’s episode of The Nerdist, which will feature guests Jon Hamm and Betsy Brandt,… more

Nerdist Podcast: William Shatner

The legendary William Shatner chats with Chris and Jonah about his upcoming show Shatner’s World in movie theaters around the country, his love of making people laugh, and his… more

The Condom Slingshot, An Idea Whose Time Has… No, Actually, It Hasn’t

We have seen Joerg Sprave’s creations for the Slingshot Channel here before, like the Zombiehammer. This one’s especially cringeworthy: Responding to the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation’s $100,000 challenge… more

Your Handy Schedule Of Guests For “The Nerdist”

Hey, you wanna know who’s gonna be on The Nerdist, Saturday nights at 10/9c on BBC America (and Sundays 7/6c/4p on Space in Canada) this season? You’ve… more

From “The Nerdist”: z’Ombeal

In case you missed Saturday night’s edition of The Nerdist on BBC America, and you’d better have a VERY GOOD REASON for doing that, like you were not in the… more

Previewing Next Week’s “The Nerdist”: Jon Hamm and Betsy Brandt

Did you enjoy Saturday night’s episode of The Nerdist on BBC America? (Assuming you saw it on the East Coast first airing. If not, watch it on one of the… more

Rehearsing with Armada on “The Kids in the Hall”

Before they were Rod Torfulson’s Armada Featuring Herman Menderchuk, they were simply Armada, and in this week’s classic clip from The Kids in the Hall on the Nerdist Channel, they’re… more

“The Nerdist” Preview: Robert Kirkman on Lost Hands and Do-Overs

Saturday night, The Nerdist on BBC America will feature Robert Kirkman and Michael Rooker, so you know it’s going to be The Walking Dead-centric. (Kyle Kinane’s also on this episode,… more

Sportsmanship the Black Dynamite Way

An unseemly display of pique on the golf course by Chris “The Masterpiece” Masters brings everybody’s favorite action hero Black Dynamite to the links on the newest archival excavation of… more

Team Coco Meets “The Walking Dead”

While Conan O’Brien and Team Coco have been in Atlanta this week, you HAD to figure that The Walking Dead would somehow be involved, and, indeed, The Walking Dead’s Michael… more

A Few Highlights From #EVOKE13 at SXSW

Here’s a short video with some highlights of the Cirque du Soleil/Nerdist #EVOKE13 event at SXSE in Austin this year, including our own Chris Hardwick hosting and moderating and… more

Roger Ebert, 1942-2013

Roger Ebert died today at 70 after a long, arduous battle with cancer; He will be remembered and revered as perhaps the most influential film critic ever. His influence came… more

Calling Sifl and Olly

In this week’s edition of Sifl and Olly Video Game Reviews on the Nerdist Channel, they take calls from gamers and tackle a troublesome theme song. You’re on the air!… more

“Arrested Development” Returns May 26th

Hey, we now have a date for the return of Arrested Development: Sunday, May 26th. That’s the date that 15 new episodes of the show will be released simultaneously via… more

The Collection: Psycho Huey Lewis and Hermione With an Axe

Got some more stuff piling up for The Collection, our odds-and-ends feature, so here ya go: “Do you like Huey Lewis and the News?” Huey Lewis and Weird Al Yankovic… more

In The Dealers Room At Gallifrey One, “Just Cos”

Just Cos is back for more cosplay on the Nerdist Channel, and this week, Chloe Dykstra returns for another visit to Gallifrey One, the annual Doctor Who convention. In this… more

Cat Science

ASAP Science did this three minute video on “The Science of Cats,” and as the loving owner/caretaker/parent of Ella the World’s Most Famous Cat, it’s stuff I find… more

Jane Henson, 1934-2013

Jane Henson passed away Tuesday at 78, and we at Nerdist send our condolences to the Henson family and all of our friends at The Jim Henson Company. Jane, wife… more

“Finding Nemo” Sequel: “Finding Dory,” Coming in 2015

So now we know that the sequel to Pixar’s beloved Finding Nemo will be called not Finding Nemo 2 or Losing Nemo Again Only To Find Him or Okay, Where… more

“Blood and Guts” at Spectral Motion

This week on the Nerdist Channel’s Fangoria’s Blood and Guts with Scott Ian, Scott visits Spectral Motion, one of the leading makeup and creature effects studios in the business and… more

Fallon And Leno Sing About “Tonight Show” Rumors

Last night, Jimmy Fallon and Jay Leno did a bit addressing the controversy over the rumors that Fallon will replace Leno on NBC’s The Tonight Show: a musical number that… more

The Collection: April Fool’s, April Fools, and April Fulz

Today’s Collection of random stuff from the Internet is April Fool’s Day-centric, because it’s April 1st and because… okay, I’m not much for April Fool’s gags unless they’re funny and… more

A Preview Of “Axe Cop,” TV Version

Hey, you wanna see the trailer Fox’s Animation Domination High Def debuted at Wondercon for Axe Cop? Oh, yes, you do, Dr. Doo Doo! As you undoubtedly know by now,… more