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Chris Hardwicks Hard Times: The Silence From Those in His Orbit Is Deafening

When Chris Hardwick was accused of controlling behavior, emotional manipulation and sexual abuse by his ex-girlfriend Chloe Dykstra last week, the silence from those in his orbit was deafening. Dykstra described a man who could be controlling and manipulative as he gained more and more success as the host of AMC shows and Comic-Con panels, as well as his own multimedia empire, Nerdist. One former employee said her accusations rang true, and that Hardwick wasprone to loud confrontations with employees.   ...Read More...

Patty Hearst Defends Son-In-Law Chris Hardwick In Wake Of Assault Allegations

As the story of Chloe Dykstra s sexual assault allegations against Nerdist founder Chris Hardwick continues to unravel, his mother-in-law Patty Hearst the famed granddaughter of publishing giant William Hearst and kidnapping victim-turned-socialite has tweeted her support for her son-in-law in her own special, ambiguous way. Beware the person who stabs you and then tells the world they're the one who's bleeding, Hearst tweeted on Friday after Hardwick, who is   ...Read More...

Did Chloe Dykstra Just Accuse Ex-Boyfriend Chris Hardwick of Long-Term Abuse, Career Blacklisting?

Actress and TV personality Chloe Dykstra on Thursday unloaded a long and emotional essay accusing an unnamed ex-boyfriend of long-term abuse and career blacklisting. Although she does not name the subject of her essay on Medium , the timing and key details suggest that she is referring to ex-boyfriend Chris Hardwick, the host of AMCs Walking Dead after-shows and Comedy Centrals now-canceled @Midnight who built his love of geekdom into a veritable empire through his Nerdist Enterprises. In her essay, titled Rose-Colored Glasses: A Confession, the 29-year-old said that when she was in hear early 20s she dated a man almost 20 years my senior who displayed what she called controlling behavior including ordering her to remain in their hotel room while he attended parties at San Diego Comic Con.   ...Read More...

SideReel Power Ranking: Week of October 23, 2016

The time has finally come for The Walking Dead to take its rightful place at the top of SideReel's Power Ranking, a weekly look at the TV shows garnering the most attention on AMC's monster hit, which rose 13 spots on our list, returned after an epic cliffhanger with its second-highest-rated episode ever, prompting over-the-top mourning from fans and a plethora of think pieces from writers with a lot of very important opinions. Falling back to second is ABC's Grey's Anatomy , which is followed by E!'s can't-stop-won't-stop Keeping up with the Kardashians (up six spots), Westworld , and the week's sole but obvious newcomer, Talking Dead .     Top 10 Shows on SideReel: October 23 - 29   1 - The Walking Dead ▲▲   2 - Grey's Anatomy ▼   3 - Keeping up with the Kardashians ▲▲   4 - Westworld ▼   5 - Talking Dead ●   6 - The Vampire Diaries ▼   7 - The Flash ▼▼   8 - Game of Thrones ▼   9 - How to Get Away With Murder ▼▼   10 - American Horror Story: Roanoke ▼ p { text­align: justify; }

The Walking Dead: Watch the First Disgusting Footage From Season 7 -

Fans of The Walking Dead got a treat last night when AMC's Talking Dead aired a special preview of the upcoming seventh season. No, we didn't find out who Negan killed, but we did get a look at the first solid footage from Season 7. Well, "solid" is a relative term, I guess. The 50-second clip shows Negan henchman Dwight ( Austin Amelio ) riding his chopper down an abandoned highway through an obstacle course of crippled zombies. And that's about it. Read the full article at .

Chris Hardwick Engaged to Lydia Hearst

  Chris Hardwick celebrated his win at the Creative Arts Emmys on Saturday in elaborate fashion: by proposing to his girlfriend, publishing heiress Lydia Hearst . Hardwick, 43, hosts Talking Dead and Comedy Central's late-night show @midnight (for which he won the Creative Arts Emmy for Best Creative ...   Read More...   //

'Talking Dead' renewed for Season 3 on AMC; 'Comic Book Men,' 'Freakshow' also returning

"Talking Dead" is officially a go for Season 3 at AMC, as the network announced renewals today for the "Walking Dead" post-show talk show along with reality series "Comic Book Men" and "Freakshow.""Talking Dead" recently hit an all-time high of 5.2 million viewers (including 3.3. million adults 18-49) for its Season 2 finale following the Season 3 finale of ratings smash "The Walking Dead." That's more viewers than some network shows are averaging these days, and "Talking Dead" is just a weekly talk show in which host Chris Hardwick discusses the week's episode of "The Walking Dead" with guests including key cast and crew from "Walking" and celebrity fans.The format has proved so successful for AMC that the network will try to duplicate it for the final season of "Breaking Bad" with a new series called "Talking Bad.""Comic Book Men," executive produced by Kevin Smith, is also heading into Season 3, while the "Freakshow" renewal... //

AMC Renews "Comic Book Men" and "Talking Dead"

Season two of both series consists of 16 half-hour episodes. //