Nerdist was started by Chris Hardwick and has grown to be a many headed beast.

 

Nerdist News: JURASSIC WORLD Updates, FLASH GORDON Reboot, and Google Time-Travel!

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GRAVITY Contest Winner Announced!

Well, folks, it’s all over bar the shouting. A winner has been chosen in our Gravity contest, which asked contestants to show us what “gravity” meant to them, either in… more

Fall 128,000 Feet in Felix Baumgartner’s Red Bull Stratos Jump POV Video

After riding the Man of Steel attraction at Six Flags recently, I thought that I had ascended to heretofore unforeseen heights, freefalling for seconds that seemed like minutes. That is… 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
 

Fashion! Pizza! Action Figures! What’s New in the World of 3D Printing

While 3D printers have already made a splash in the medical community and even the auto industry with their laser-precise ability to create parts that fit just about anywhere, here… more

Review: GRAVITY Is Graceful Tension for 90 Minutes

People (read: critics and movie snobs) throw around the term “pure cinema” to mean an experience that could not exist in any other medium, using all the tools at its… more

Nerdist Podcast: Mike Massimino

Astronaut Mike Massimino comes on the show to talk some real talk about space! Matt nerds out on him about everything NASA, he talks about the first time he saw… more
 

The Best Entries of the #ZeroGravityContest So Far

Gravity may be a constant, but time to enter our epically awesome #ZeroGravityContest is running out at 9.8 m/s/s! You may be saying, “What Gravity contest are… more

Watch IN THE NAME OF SCIENCE with Jonah Ray on NatGeo Friday the 13th

TV WATCHING AND DVR ALERT! Friday — the 13th, of course — National Geographic Channel will be airing the pilot episode of In the Name of Science, hosted by our… more

Enter Our Totally Spaced Out GRAVITY Contest!

  Update: Curious as to what entries should look like? We’ve added in some of our favorites below! By now you’ve probably stopped hyperventilating from the alternately claustrophia and agoraphobia-inducing… more
 

For Weather Nerds: A Decade Of Weather in 3 Minutes

Are you a weather nerd? I know you’re out there. This has been out for a few weeks, but I just saw it (thanks to Laughing Squid) — a time-lapse… more

Say Goodbye to FUTURAMA in Person!

Update: Holy smokes, you guys! That was fast! We already hit our maximum amount of RSVPs, so for now, we are no longer accepting new names on the list. That… more

DOCTOR WHO: A Companion’s Companion – Season 7

When the Second Doctor spun away into oblivion in June of 1969, the faithful viewer was likely left totally in shock. This kind of thing had only ever happened once… more
 

Boldly Go Further with TREK NATION

If you’re familiar with Star Trek, then you’re familiar with the name Gene Roddenberry. He’s only the man who dreamed up the whole thing, from Starfleet to phasers to Klingons… more

The Mutant Season #94: Cara Santa Maria

Scientist and TV host Cara Santa Maria hangs out with Gil to talk about what neurobiology is, how tornadoes work, and digging for dinosaurs in her backyard! Follow @CaraSantaMaria on… more

Get Your Brain Drunk with “Shots of Awe”

Serial thinker Jason Silva spends a lot of time exploring the excitement of the universe around us and speculating on where we might go next. He’s been giving talks and… more
 

TARDIS in Orbit Project: Update #1

Alex and Robert Doyle launched a Kickstarter project back in May to put a TARDIS into orbit, taken into outer space via the payload dock of a commercial rocket used… more

It’s Brainiac Tuesday at YouTube Geek Week!

Today is Brainiac Tuesday at YouTube Geek Week, and Derek Muller from Veritasium introduces the day in the above video. And then, he’s back to show off “Slow-Mo Non-Newtonian Fluid… more

Genre of ’68 – “2001: A Space Odyssey”

It’s some kind of understatement to merely say that 1968 was one of the most significant years for social and political change in the 20th Century, or at the… more
 

Join the Singularity with “The Final Moments of Karl Brant”

We teased it on Thursday and now the complete short film The Final Moments of Karl Brant is up on the Nerdist Channel and ready to overtake your memory. Written… more

Travel Into Deep Space with “Europa Report”

It might seem strange in the cinematic world today in which sci-fi movies are huge money makers, not to mention enormous money spenders, but truly there’s not a lot of “… more

The Collection: Bullets, Masks, and a Geek Girl Anthem

Got a few videos in The Collection today while I keep trying to recover from Comic-Con. (Several hours in Hall H on the last day followed by a two-and-a-half hour… more
 

Matt Bennett Shows Us Some Nerdy Jobs

It was teased at Wondercon and now the Nerdist Channel’s newest show, Nerdy Jobs, is here. In it, host Matt Bennett takes viewers on a tour of some of the… more

Meet The Man Who is Launching a TARDIS Into Orbit

With the fiftieth anniversary of the BBC’s venerable time traveling megahit Doctor Who fast approaching, many fans are looking for special ways to celebrate the show’s golden anniversary. Some will… more

Nerdist Podcast: Buzz Aldrin

BUZZ ALDRIN IS ON THE NERDIST! He sits down with Chris, Matt and Jonah to talk about the current state of space exploration, his ideas for inhabiting Mars, and walking… more