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Hardwatch: Week of February 29th, 2016

Hardwatch: Week of February 29th, 2016

Things are getting into the full swing of spring, and with it, The Walking Dead is back on the air and we’re happy campers who get a little bit more of Chris Hardwick on our television sets. Here are all the places where you can find our fearless leader this coming week.

Monday night will start off with a bang with my personal favorite @midnight contestant behind a podium. Ron Funches will be joined by Jordan Klepper and Mike Yard. Tuesday night, Hayes Macarthur, Andrée Vermeulen, and David Koechner will be going toe to toe. Wednesday sees our pal Wil Wheaton, Ross Marquand, and Marcella Arguello facing off. And the week will wrap up with some more favorites with Doug Benson, Nikki Glaser, and Kyle Kinane.

If the Nerdist Podcast is more your thing than television, you can get super excited because Angela Bassett is sitting down with the guys this week to talk about her journey from a tough beginning through years at Yale and finally to glorious acting success. You’ll get some stories about London Has Fallen and American Horror Story, and don’t worry – word has it she will address those pesky Star Trek rumors.

If you’re looking more for something to do tonight that has nothing to do with the 88th Academy Awards, make sure you tune into Talking Dead at 10pm. The gorgeous Lauren Cohan will be taking to the couch with musician and former Comedy Bang Bang sidekick Kid Cudi, and a very special surprise guest from the cast. That almost never bodes well for the surprise cast member’s character, but let’s stay hopeful, okay?

Make sure you’re following Chris on Twitter, Tumblr, Instagram and Snapchat for his up to the moment comings and goings, and I’ll be back next week to tell you where to look out for him.

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