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Hardwick interviews celebrity fans of The Walking Dead as well as members of its cast and crew, interacts with the studio audience, re-airs clips of the episode, plays games with and polls the viewers via the Internet, and offers exclusive clips of the next episode. In August 2013, Hardwick began hosting Talking Bad, a live half-hour (later expanded to one hour on the final episode) talk show companion series to the final eight episodes of the AMC series Breaking Bad.

in which the main contestant selects from a pool of 50 people based on their attributes without seeing them.

From October through December 2007, Hardwick hosted the weekly series Wired Science on PBS, while writing for Wired magazine.

On June 7, 2009, he became the host of G4's Web Soup, a spinoff of E! Hardwick had previously guest hosted The Soup In May 2011, Hardwick signed a deal with BBC America to host a pilot of a panel talk show for the network based on the podcast.

He currently hosts Talking Dead, an hourly aftershow on AMC, affiliated with the network's zombie drama series The Walking Dead and Fear the Walking Dead as well as Talking with Chris Hardwick, a show in which Hardwick interviews prominent pop culture figures; and The Wall, a plinko-inspired gameshow on NBC.

He was also the host of @midnight with Chris Hardwick, a nightly comedy-game show series on Comedy Central until it ended its run on August 4th 2017.

Hardwick published a self-help book, The Nerdist Way: How to Reach the Next Level (In Real Life), with Penguin Publishing, in late 2011.

In February 2012, Geek Chic Daily fully merged with Nerdist Industries and became Nerdist News, with Hardwick operating as Chief Creative Officer.

Hard 'n Phirm completed several songs for the 2009 Rob Zombie animated movie The Haunted World of El Superbeasto.

Hardwick announced plans to do a live stand-up album from his 2009 tour.

Hardwick originated the role of Stacee Jaxx in Rock of Ages during its premiere run in Los Angeles (2005–2006).

In 2011, he began hosting Ministry of Laughs, a BBC America Britcom block, and Talking Dead, a live hour talk show on AMC following episodes of The Walking Dead and Fear the Walking Dead.

The deal also included Hardwick doing intros and outros for BBC America's new Saturday-night Ministry of Laughs comedy block of Britcoms.