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AMC said today that it has ordered a late-night talk show to be hosted by filmmaker/fanboy Kevin Smith and Heroes alum and Star Wars: The Force Awakens actor Greg Grunberg. The 30-minute "Geeking Out" will take a timely look at pop culture through a fanboy lens and feature talk, clips, celebrity interviews and out-of-the-studio segments.

Geeking Out is a series that is currently running and has 1 seasons (9 episodes). The series first aired on July 24, 2016.

Geeking Out is available for streaming on the website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Geeking Out on demand atApple TV+, Amazon Prime, , AMC, The Roku Channel Free, Tubi TV online.

1 Season, 9 Episodes
July 24, 2016
Talk & Interview
Cast: Tiffany Smith
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Geeking Out Full Episode Guide

  • In the first-season finale, Kevin and Greg interview the creative minds behind "The Walking Dead". Later, Tiffany and Greg Talk with Kim Dickens about "Fear the Walking Dead".

  • Kevin and Greg interview Mike Colter and Simone Missick from "Luke Cage". Later, Kevin tours Lucasfilm; and Tiffany is on set of Valiant's new project.

  • Greg visits Bryan Cranston. Later, Tffany and Greg talk to the "Stranger Things" kids; and Tiffany gets a tour of McFarlane Toys.

  • Kevin tours DC Direct toys. Later, Kevin and Greg interview Antoine Fuqua; and Tiffany explores the world of video games at Blizzard Entertainment.

  • Greg crafts a prop replica with Adam Savage. Later, Kevin directs "The Flash"; and Tiffany, Greg and Kevin talk about the 50th anniversary of "Star Trek."

  • Kevin and Greg converse with the writers of "Deadpool." Later, Kevin interviews DC co-publisher Jim Lee about "Suicide Squad" and "DC Rebirth."

  • Kevin and Greg converse with Jeph Loeb about overseeing Marvel's TV properties. Later, Kevin talks with Charlie Cox about "Daredevil."

  • Kevin and Greg converse with Nathan Fillion and Alan Tudyk about their current and past projects. Later, they have a discussion with J.J. Abrams at Universal Studios.

  • In the series premiere, Kevin Smith and Greg Grunberg discuss pop culture through a fanboy perspective.