Did King of the Nerds get Cancelled?
The series premiered on January 17, 2013, on TBS. The show features nerds and geeks with diverse backgrounds and interests competing in various challenges for a cash prize of US$100,000 and the title of “King of the Nerds”. Following a three-season run, the series was cancelled by TBS.
Who played Gilbert in the nerds?
Anthony EdwardsRevenge of the Nerds
Mike GreenwoodRevenge of the Nerds III: The Next Generation
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Who won King of the Nerds Season 2?
Gamer Xander Jeanneret, historian Brian Davidson and bioengineer Jack Hou all made it to the final but it was rocket scientist Kayla LaFrance that won season 2 after defeating runner-up Jack in the final “Nerd-Off” challenge.
Where is Curtis Armstrong now?
Curtis Armstrong After Armstrong made his transition into the world of television, he has appeared on shows from Moonlighting to New Girl and is the voice of Snot on American Dad! Armstrong later went on to be the executive producer and host of TBS’ King of the Nerds alongside Robert Carradine.
Is there a season 2 of King of the Nerds?
King of the Nerds (season 2) The second season of King of the Nerds aired on TBS from January 23, 2014 to March 13, 2014.
Who are the hosts of King of the Nerds?
King of the Nerds is an American reality competition series co-produced by Electus and 5×5 Media. It is inspired by the Revenge of the Nerds films. The show is hosted by actors and executive producers Robert Carradine and Curtis Armstrong, known for their roles as Lewis Skolnick and Dudley “Booger” Dawson, respectively,…
How many viewers does King of the Nerds have?
The first season of King of the Nerds premiered to 2 million total viewers on January 17, 2013, with 1.2 million adults 18-49 and 586,000 adults 18-34. Through its first three episodes, the show averaged 2.1 million viewers, with 1.3 million adults 18-49 and 670,000 adults 18-34 in Live+7.
Is King of the Nerds on Slice?
Electus International, the global distribution arm of Electus, distributes King of the Nerds internationally. On January 14, 2013, Canadian network Slice announced that it had acquired the series from Electus International.