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. He is heavily involved in the Strib’s college internship program and is the co-founder of JCamp, a non-profit organization designed to inspire the country’s most passionate high school journalists. Neal grew up in Mason City, Iowa, and graduated from Northwestern University. From 1991-93, he covered crime and regional news for the Rockford Register Star. Some of Neal’s favorite interviews over the years include Bruce Springsteen, David Letterman, Miley Cyrus, Paul McCartney, Mindy Kaling and Jimmy Kimmel.

Recent content from Neal Justin

"Big Brother” sinks to a new low with disgusting cast

A CBS reality series sinks to a new low with its cast of housemates from hell.

Updated: July 09, 2013, - 03:07 PM

The fixer: Liev Schreiber impresses in 'Ray Donovan'

Worried that your favorite cable shows are winding down? Showtime’s “Ray Donovan” may be the perfect “fix.”

Updated: June 28, 2013, - 03:14 PM

Stephen King's 'Dome' gets unusual summer run

During the warm months, TV used to be all about reruns and reality. But Stephen King’s epic tale, beginning Monday on CBS, may change the way we view network programming.

Updated: June 21, 2013, - 03:20 PM

Twin Cities actress takes on 'Devious Maids'

Apple Valley’s Brianna Brown had to brew a lot of coffee before her career finally became piping hot.

Updated: June 19, 2013, - 03:24 PM

'Hot in Cleveland' prepares for its live season premiere

Television is at its most vital when it goes live. At least that’s what “Hot in Cleveland” is hoping.

Updated: June 15, 2013, - 02:07 PM

Jim Gaffigan is fat -- and hilarious

Jim Gaffigan was once best known for his love of Hot Pockets. Then he started having kids. Lots of them.

Updated: June 08, 2013, - 02:29 PM

End nears for 'Dexter,' 'Breaking Bad' and 'Futurama'

Parting will be such sweet sorrow for TV fans as some of cable’s most beloved shows enter their final seasons.

Updated: June 04, 2013, - 03:16 PM

'Behind the Candelabra' brings out the best in Michael Douglas

If “Behind the Candelabra” is really Steven Soderbergh’s final film, he’s going out on a high note. His first stroke of genius: Casting Michael Douglas as Liberace.

Updated: May 24, 2013, - 02:45 PM

Steven Soderbergh goes 'Behind the Candelabra'

With his star-studded Liberace film airing on HBO, director Steven Soderbergh steps away from movieland.

Updated: May 24, 2013, - 02:44 PM

'Arrested Development' returns via Netflix

The Bluth family may be a slow bunch, but their return may be among the brainiest moves of the year.

Updated: May 24, 2013, - 02:41 PM

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