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.
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website and podcasts, but it was an unexpected look back at his early '90s days that was truly the highlight.
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.
If you’re between the ages of 20 and 40 you may remember this show, as MTV aired the living shit out of it from 95-98.
I was having the weirdest flashbacks during this because THIS WAS EXACTLY WHAT THE SHOW WAS LIKE.
In each game, the featured contestant, or "Picker", would eliminate undesired dates using six categories ranging from the innocuous (height, weight) to the blatantly sexual ("Bedroom Behavior", "Package").
Once eight or fewer remained, the Picker would start asking them -style questions, having them perform certain tasks, or both.
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.
Some topics he says may be possible themes include special effects, '80s comedies and sci-fi.
is like "a Snuggie for your brain," Hardwick said of his intentions.
"Day one of the first show we're taping," Hardwick began, everyone is "rushing around" and nervous.