I kind of have to agree, and this pertains to his involvement in Dead or X-Files interviews, or any of the "Nerd" stuff he does. He's actually functionally okay as a host of a talk show (watch the horrendous "Bates Motel" talk show to see how an awful host and reluctant cast make for 30 minutes of awkward!), but his "nerd" schtick gets old. He is seen every night immediately after one of the most popular shows on TV. I've met nerds. Chris Hardwick is not a nerd. The problem with something like "Talking Dead" is that it's kind of a fruitless show. The actors and staff on the show can NEVER reveal anything that's going to happen, and "The Walking Dead", while entertaining (usually), is not substantive enough to form the basis for intense, in-depth analysis, especially from the panel members that are usually actors from the show or various standup comedians and/or TV actors. Though the episode with Marilyn Manson was so awful and awkward that it kind of turned into intense performance art. Back to "X-Files", I think the general idea is that if they did a "Limited Series" (perhaps a new trendy label for these things?), it would start out as a one-shot multi-part thing (whether 2 or 3 or 5 or 10 episodes). They would then have the option to either stop it there (or do a movie), or do another run after that. In other words, when/if such a show airs and they put it out on Blu-ray, it probably won't be called "The Tenth Season." They'll probably give in some title like the 24 thing. "The X Files: Live Another Day"!