Chris Hardwick
The statement emphasizes Nerdist's "ongoing support of women and victims."
"Talking Dead" returned on Sunday with Hardwick as host, but without several staffers who had quit in protest.
He was reinstated following an investigation into claims of abuse.
"The Wall" heads back into production for Season 3 with Hardwick once again behind the mic.
In a statement reacting to AMC reinstating Hardwick, Dykstra said she will continue to work with support groups for survivors of sexual abuse.
Harvey Weinstein's career is beyond resuscitating, but other accused men have Hollywood staying power.
Hardwick, who had been suspended following sexual assault allegations, will be back hosting "Talking Dead" when it returns on August 12.
She's been a regular guest on the show since 2012 and will be its new interim host.
Maher sat down for a candid interview with Entertainment Weekly ahead of his new HBO stand-up special "Live From Oklahoma."
Hardwick is believed to be the alleged sexual abuser in Chloe Dysktra's essay detailing an abusive relationship with an ex-boyfriend.
The comedian spoke out about the Nerdist co-founder after an essay by Hardwick's ex-girlfriend Chloe Dykstra detailed an abusive relationship.
He has also been relieved of his moderating duties on Comic-Con panels.
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