Live from Las Vegas (really, I’m in Las Vegas for business; proof on Twitter and Instagram), it’s Coming Up on the Nerdist Podcast Network! Okay, keeping in mind that what we have here is tentative — always subject to change — this is just some of what we’ll be featuring:
Martin Starr on The Mutant Season! Hey, if you don’t subscribe to the show, you should — Gil, our 12-year-old host, gets some great guests and has some great conversations with them. I mean, Bill Haverchuck himself! Martin’s busy with Silicon Valley and a million other things, so this is a pretty cool get for Gil.
On the Nerdist Podcast, we’ll have some of the guys from NBC’s Undateable — Ron Funches, Brent Morin, Rick Glassman, and David Fynn — as they came off their live stand-up tour, talking about touring, gambling, bonding, singing, Passover (explained by noted expert Chris Hardwick), Jeremy Clarkson, and hacky DJs and hacky jokes, and hackiness.
Writer and comedian Sarah Colonna (Chelsea Lately, her new book “Has Anyone Seen My Pants?”) will also be on the Nerdist Podcast to talk about Bar Rescue (she was on it, and Matt’s jealous), panel shows, research that involves porn, and pubic hair styling, because we cover everything important on this here network.
Aaaand we hope there’ll be a Hostful Nerdist Podcast. That’s the plan for now, anyway.
The Indoor Kids get a visit from chiptune master Professor Shyguy, Diane Ruggiero returns to talk more iZombie on Nerdist Writers Panel, and comics author and former G4 AOTS person Erika Lewis (The 49th Key, being serialized in Heavy Metal and to be a TV mini-series starring and executive-produced by John Barrowman), drops by Bizarre States.
So much more, too. We will have more. Yes, you should go to the Nerdist Podcast Network homepage to listen and subscribe, and join us at the Nerdist Podcast Network Facebook page because I just told you to do that and because it’ll ensure you know when new episodes are available and let you comment and interact and stuff. Now, if you’ll excuse me, I have more work to do, despite being in a place where you’re really not supposed to work. I do have a beer open, though. That’s how the Rat Pack rolled, right?