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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.

Where do I stream Geeking Out online? Geeking Out is available for streaming on AMC, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Geeking Out on demand at Amazon Prime, , AMC, The Roku Channel Free, Tubi TV online.

AMC
1 Season, 9 Episodes
July 24, 2016
Talk & Interview
7.3/10
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.