Neal Justin

Columnist/Reporter | Media
Phone: 612-673-7431
Neal Justin is the TV and radio critic for the Star Tribune. He previously covered music and nightlife for the paper.

Recent content from Neal Justin

Who should survive? 6 shows to save – and 4 to scrap

As networks get ready to announce their 2015-16 schedules — and thereby ring the death knell for a number of shows on the bubble — it’s time to make one last plea for our favorites.

Updated: April 25, 2015, - 05:39 PM

Tatiana Maslany talks about a new season of 'Orphan Black'

Tatiana Maslany gives multiple personalities a new meaning in “Orphan Black.”

Updated: April 17, 2015, - 06:06 PM

Superheroes who soared above the rest on TV

This isn’t the first era in which superheroes have come to the rescue of television.“The Adventures of Superman” (1952-58): Viewers...

Updated: April 11, 2015, - 02:00 PM

Up, up and away: Superheroes score big on the small screen

“Daredevil” is the latest to join TV’s hottest club: comic-book superheroes.

Updated: April 10, 2015, - 03:26 PM

Louis C.K. lightens up after a controversial season of 'Louie'

TV’s most provocative comedian said his series “Louie,” which starts its fifth season Thursday, will play for more laughs this year — a vow he keeps in early episodes.

Updated: April 08, 2015, - 08:45 PM

'Why not?' Billy Crystal talks about his new FX series 'The Comedians'

The 67-year-old entertainer returns to fine form in FX’s “The Comedians,” a sitcom in which he plays an exaggerated version of himself.

Updated: April 08, 2015, - 03:48 PM

Jon Hamm and cast look back on seven seasons of 'Mad Men'

Get ready to tip your fedora to Don Draper and “Mad Men,” which is heading out the door. The first of the final seven episodes airs Sunday.

Updated: April 03, 2015, - 05:59 PM

Mark Rylance, Damian Lewis talk about PBS' big 'Wolf Hall'

Mark Rylance and Damian Lewis team up to tell the story of one of England's most fascinating figures.

Updated: April 03, 2015, - 01:50 PM

No cable, no problem: 10 shows to watch on new HBO Now

Cord cutters, get ready to binge. HBO Now, available starting Wednesday, allows subscribers to get unlimited access to the network’s series, movies and comedy specials for $14.99 a month. Here's what's worth watching.

Updated: April 01, 2015, - 10:10 AM

Bill O'Reilly's 'Killing Jesus' comes to National Geographic Channel

Bill O’Reilly may be in hot water for allegedly exaggerating his exploits as a war correspondent, but that should do little to dampen interest in “Killing Jesus,” the latest TV movie based on one of his bestselling books.

Updated: March 28, 2015, - 02:28 PM

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