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From “The Nerdist”: Jenna-Louise Coleman Visits the Podcast

From last night’s “The Nerdist” on BBC America, here’s a clip wherein you get to see video of Doctor Who‘s Jenna-Louise Coleman on the Nerdist Podcast. This was obviously before the news from Saturday. But Clara won’t be regenerating, just the Doctor, so there’s that. What? Oh, just enjoy the clip, which includes opening credits (hey, where’s Jonah?) and music and stuff and adorability, which Jenna provides in large quantities (oh, Chris and Matt are adorable, too).

That’s it for this season. Thanks to you for watching and BBC America for expanding the Nerdist empire, and our friends at BBCAmerica.com for another season of teamwork. What were your favorite moments from The Nerdist this year? Post ’em below.

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Comments

  1. Kristoffer says:

    more behind the scenes stuff of the podcast would be cool.

  2. JetpackBlues says:

    Yea, that was a really cool segment.

  3. Eric K. says:

    What Patrick said. Please.

  4. Patrick says:

    We need more Nerdist behind the scenes stuff!!!!

  5. Aaron says:

    Okay, so now I have a better idea of what the room looks like where you guys record. I imagined you guys sitting at the same table, much closer to each other, however.

    Still wondering where this mysterious window is that Joel constantly flips you guys off from.

  6. -Di. says:

    My favorite part of Nerdist TV was Jonah Alone. The whole series is fantastic!! The best episode was the one with Mike Phirman. If there is a 3d season, there needs to be way more Mike Phirman.