Columnist/Reporter | Media

Neal Justin covers the entertainment world, primarily TV and radio. He also reviews stand-up comedy. Justin is the founder of JCamp, a non-profit program for high-school journalists, and works on many fronts to further diversity in newsrooms.

Justin is currently president of UNITY, co-chair of the Star Tribune News Guild and teaches at Minnesota State University. He is a former governing board member of the Asian American Journalists Association and Minnesota chapter president for AAJA.


TV to watch: Billy Joel offers concert for those of us who aren't big shots

What TV critic Neal Justin is watching this week.


Justin: 10 TV shows about the Founding Fathers that are more fun than Apple's 'Franklin'

Michael Douglas can't save this limited series about Benjamin Franklin's time in Paris.


TV review: Robert Downey Jr. spoils 'The Sympathizer'

The Oscar winner plays a number of different roles in the HBO limited series.


Justin: 'Curb Your Enthusiasm' ends by re-making 'Seinfeld' finale

Larry David's long-running HBO show goes out on a defiant note.


Former 'KQRS Morning Show' prankster Lee Siegfried, aka Crazy Cabbie, dies at 55

He was behind a fake Brett Favre story that made national news.


TV to watch: 'Ripley' revisits one of literature's greatest villains

What TV critic Neal Justin is checking out this week.


Neal Justin: 'Curb Your Enthusiasm' made it OK to feel lousy

Larry David's legendary series ends on Sunday.


TV review: 'Star Trek: Discovery' ends its disappointing voyage

The series was one of the worst in the franchise's history.


'Dallas' star Patrick Duffy and 'Happy Days' fave Linda Purl make beautiful music together

Purl performs at Fridley's Crooners Supper Club on Saturday.


TV to watch: Steve Martin documentary presents a mild-and-savvy guy

What TV critic Neal Justin is watching this week.