David Nevins, President and CEO of Showtime Networks, Inc., has oversight of all aspects of Showtime Networks and its channels. Nevins manages the Company’s programming, distribution, business development, finance, marketing and communications teams, as well as SHOWTIME Sports. He also led Showtime Networks’ international expansion, and serves as the liaison to CBS Corporation's international and domestic distribution groups. Under his tenure, SHOWTIME launched its stand-alone streaming service, along with ten hit series, including the critically-acclaimed originals Homeland, The Affair, Ray Donovan, House of Lies, Shameless, Masters of Sex, The Circus and Penny Dreadful – the network's top-rated shows.
Prior to joining SHOWTIME, Nevins was an Emmy Award-winning producer, and before that a network programming executive at Fox and NBC. From July 2002 until June 2010, he served as president of Imagine Television, where he oversaw development, production and acted as executive producer on all Imagine Television shows. Over the course of his career, Nevins developed and produced the critically-acclaimed series Arrested Development, 24, Parenthood, Friday Night Lights, The West Wing, ER, Will & Grace, The Bernie Mac Show, Malcolm in the Middle, Homicide: Life on the Street and Law & Order: SVU.