Hardwick returned to host “Talking Dead” on Sunday night after being reinstated by AMC following sexual abuse allegations. He thanked the “Walking Dead” community for its support.
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Chris Hardwick makes return to TV as a guest judge on America's Got Talent, and fan reactions on Twitter are pretty evenly split.
Chris Hardwick was sidelined from his many gigs after an investigation into allegations of emotional abuse and sexual assault made by ex-girlfriend Chloe Dykstra.
The comedian was blunt in her response to the announcement that Hardwick will once again be on AMC.
Chris Hardwick will return as host of AMC’s “Talking Dead” series following an investigation into allegations that he was abusive to former girlfriend Chloe Dykstra. Hardwick will return as host of “The Walking Dead” and “Fear the Walking Dead” aftershow as of Aug. 12 for the “Fear the Walking Dead” midseason premiere. He was suspended […]
Yvette Nicole Brown, who is replacing Chris Hardwick as the moderator for two AMC panels at the upcoming San Diego Comic-Con, said that she is not angling for the host’s job and tweeted that she is just “filling in for a friend, which I have done before.”
The "Blindpot" star wants him back on AMC, saying that "with the personal knowledge I have regarding this situation I am choosing to follow my heart, my instincts, and support my friend."
Chris Hardwick has another defender. “The accuser’s story bears no resemblance to the one I shared with him all those years ago, but what is of supreme importance here is that every woman and every man deserves a voice,” Barrett continued. Barrett and Hardwick dated in the 1990s, when he was the host of MTV’s “Singled Out” and she was a member of the “Real World” cast.
Chloe Dykstra spoke out on Wednesday to thank her supporters after seeming to accuse her ex-boyfriend Chris Hardwick of abuse. “It is my hope, and it always was, that women and men on both sides of abuse will make changes to either protect themselves, or to stop the cycle of pain their own behavior can cause,” Dykstra wrote.
Geek culture avatar Chris Hardwick has seen swift blowback after actress and former Nerdist host Chloe Dykstra posted a damning online essay late Thursday accusing her ex-boyfriend of “sexual assault,” “controlling behavior” and career sabotage. Nerdist Industries, the podcast-based digital media empire launched by Hardwick and sold to Legendary Entertainment in 2012, was quick to distance itself from its creator.
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