It was created by Dan Schneider, who'd use a similar idea for his later shows "What I Like About You" and "i Carly," while "ER" star Linda Cardellini had a recurring role.
You can see a much younger Hardwick talking about the show here.
Also read: How Comedy Central’s ‘@midnight’ Cracked the TV Twitter Trend Chris Hardwick’s television career started with what was probably any young 20-something’s dream job: a gig hosting a talk show about sex and dating on one of the most popular networks among the demographic.
“Singled Out” ran on MTV for just three years, from 1995 to 1998, and introduced the world to two of the ’90s favorite ditzes – Jenny Mc Carthy and Carmen Electra.
Controversy was generated for a time over the belief that Mc Carthy was completely against children being vaccinated, potentially linking immunization shots to the development of autism.
She has refuted these claims and asked for more critical thinking.
In April 2014, she announced her engagement to Wahlberg on , showing the audience her yellow sapphire engagement ring. Mc Carthy is also the cousin of comedian and Academy Award-nominee Melissa Mc Carthy.
The comedian and veteran TV host chats zombies on AMC’s “Talking Dead” on Sundays and brings home the laughs weeknights on Comedy Central’s hit late night game show, “@midnight.” He tweets all day to his 2.2 million followers @nerdist and hosts everyone from astrophysicist Neil de Grasse Tyson to actor Aaron Eckhart on his daily Nerdist Podcast.
More recently, Mc Carthy has been dating singer and actor Donnie Wahlberg.
She wrote an essay published on April 12, 2014 for the where she spoke about her platform, which involves questioning whether physicians should give multiple vaccinations to infants simultaneously instead of spacing them out.
Mc Carthy dated actor and comedian Jim Carrey from 2005 to 2010.
5) He was college roommates with Wil Wheaton You'd be hard-pressed to find two guys with more nerd credentials than Hardwick and Wil Wheaton, and as it turns out, they go way back.
They were roommates for a time, which they discuss in one of Hardwick's Nerdist podcasts where Wheaton was the guest.