Years in Cable: 4
Education: BA, Amherst College

Using a hands-on approach to development, acquisition and oversight all of Showtime’s programming, Nevins has spearheaded the launch of eight new series over the past two years. Many are huge network hits—think “Shameless,” “Homeland” and “Ray Donovan.” Beyond the series’ critical acclaim, numbers are up. For instance, “Homeland” was the net’s first series to land 7 million viewers a week, a milestone for the premium channel. Expect to see more A-list talent very soon on the network, with the likes of Josh Hartnett starring in new series “Penny Dreadful.” We also hope that the promising planned series “Happyish” will go on in some form despite the tragic death of star Phillip Seymour Hoffman.

TV show I’d most like to have a cameo in? “Episodes”

Frank Underwood or Nick Brody? Brody, may he rest in peace.

Twitter or Instagram? Twitter

Desert island album? Brian Eno & John Cale

Favorite TV show as a kid? “Happy Days” and “Brady Bunch” reruns

Dish I can make and that would impress a celebrity chef: Any cocktail

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