David Nevins


“Filled with giants, dwarves, monsters and ghosts, Twin Peaks most resembles a modern fairytale written on LSD then heavily redacted by the CIA.” That’s Mark Lawson’s take in The Guardian on Sunday night’s reboot of Twin Peaks. The Showtime series is seen in Canada on CraveTV. Their publicity department send  over a large crumpled box

PASADENA, Calif. — I used to tell young journalists attending their first Television Critics Association press tours to make sure not to skip CBS  Day. “You’re not on the TV beat,” I would say, “until you’re in a scrum with Leslie Moonves.” This was way back before I started quoting myself on blog posts. In any

BEVERLY HILLS, Calif.–The big buzz on press tour Tuesday was not inside the hotel, but overhead. As critics picked through a Dexter-themed lunch outdoors at the Beverly Hilton’s Oasis Courtyard, a small aircraft circled in the sky, pulling a banner which read, “D NEVINS SHO FANS YOU CARE SAVE THE BORGIAS.COM.”The plea was aimed at