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Watch!

October 2019

Watch is the official magazine of CBS, a glossy, entertainment focused magazine that gives readers a window into the world of glamour and celebrity through their favorite stars. From revealing profiles of TV's biggest talents to behind the scenes features, Watch goes where no other magazine can. Every issue is jam packed with interviews, previews, fashion spreads, celebrity vacation features and trips down memory lane through the CBS library. With the access of TV Guide, the glamour of Vanity Fair and the know-how of Entertainment Weekly, Watch is your one source for the best in television and entertainment.

Country:
United States
Language:
English
Publisher:
CCG Ventures Inc.
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happy fall

EASY EXCURSION The Mercedez-Benz G-Class puts out enough torque to conquer mountains, but you’d never know it from the cabin. Its smooth suspension and acoustic glass keep your ride relaxing on the roughest of roads—or off them. mbusa.com FALL FOR COMFORT A pile of leaves might make the best seasonal seating, but for coziness that you don’t have to clean up with a rake, Wayfair’s autumnal cushions and throws fit the bill. wayfair.com SHADOW PLAY The Necessary Eyeshadow Palettes by ILIA Beauty come with six easy-to-blend colors in satin, matte, and metallic finishes, putting the perfect look right at your fingertips from workday to date night. iliabeauty.com IT’S A SNAP Walking under the foliage with your sweetie might be the best part of leaf-peeping, but the photos you’ll take are a close second. The iPhone XR’s depth-mapping…

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watch!

RACHEL CLARKE EDITOR-IN-CHIEF MICHAEL RIZZI PUBLISHER CHRISTOPHER ROSS DIRECTOR OF PHOTOGRAPHY LINDSAY BROWN EXECUTIVE EDITOR ED MANN CREATIVE DIRECTOR REBECCA ASCHER-WALSH FEATURES DIRECTOR BEVERLY BYRD PRODUCTION DIRECTOR DIRECTOR, DIGITAL AND LIFESTYLE EDITORIAL Mona Buehler INTEGRATED ADVERTISING MANAGER Natalia Rybka (natalia.rybka@cbs.com) DEPUTY EDITORS Victoria Kirby (Shine) Susan Pocharski (Play) Alice Ross (Photos) FASHION DIRECTOR Kate Betts STYLE DIRECTOR Sasha Charnin Morrison RESEARCH EDITOR Simon Diamond Cramer CONTRIBUTING WRITERS Brantley Bardin, Virginia Bell, Marc Berman, Stanley Bing, Lynn Darling, Ryan Devlin, Stuart Elliott, John Griffiths, Alyssa Hertzig, Emily Hirshey, David Hochman, Oliver Jones, Elizabeth Kaye, Guy Martin, Judith Newman, Tom Roston, Liana Schaffner, Fred Schruers, Marshall Sella, Craig Tomashoff, Bill Zehme CONTRIBUTING PHOTOGRAPHERS Kwaku Alston, Derek Blanks, Matthias Clamer, Andrew Eccles, Jason Kim, Timothy Kuratek, Jeff Lipsky, Cliff Lipson, Nino Muñoz, David Needleman, Marie H Rainville, Adrienne Raquel, Lisa Shin, Emily Shur, Peggy Sirota CONTRIBUTING ARTISTS James Bennett, Hildie…

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contributors

Capturing entertainment’s top talent with her camera for more than two decades, Mary Ellen Matthews (“Bright Lights, Big City,” p. 98) has been Saturday Night Live’s official photographer since 1999. Equally at home working with politicians from Al Gore to George Bush and sports legends like Derek Jeter and Tom Brady, the New York-based photographer was the perfect choice to capture the myriad CBS stars for our fall portfolio. “I was thrilled to collaborate with the Watch! team to create a New York rooftop and skyline for the backstage portraits,” she says. “And I got to meet the awesome talent!” Matthews’ work has appeared in Rolling Stone, Marie Claire, and the Spanish Harper’s Bazaar. Ramona Rosales (“Rise & Shine,” p. 64) brought her mastery of ethereal color and luminosity to the…

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web watch!

SHOOTING STARS Meet the cast members of CBS’s new primetime TV shows in this exclusive pictorial captured by celebrity photographer Mary Ellen Matthews. “If you’re going to spend time doing anything, you might as well take the positive route.”—CEDRIC THE ENTERTAINER, THE NEIGHBORHOOD SPOTLIGHT ON Get to know Casey Wilson and her character, Tiff Georgina, of Black Monday. EURO TRIP Y&R and Chicken Soup for the Soul’s Animal Tales star Eva LaRue shares a travel diary of her summer vacation abroad.…

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meet and greet

EVERY MAY, ADVERTISERS, STARS, AND executives gather at the Upfronts in New York City, a presentation of the networks’ new shows and schedules for the upcoming season. It’s a great couple of days filled with fresh and familiar faces, featured this issue in an exclusive photo portfolio by the legendary Mary Ellen Matthews. We’re so excited to introduce you to this year’s new class. First up: Evil’s trio of talent, Katja Herbers, Mike Colter, and Aasif Mandvi. (If your reaction to this scary and sophisticated show is anything like those of the Upfront audience, get ready to sleep with your lights on.) We’re also happy to highlight some of our favorite people in new roles: our beloved Patricia Heaton (Carol’s Second Act) and the incomparable Gayle King, Anthony Mason, and Tony…

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let the shows begin

Evil What It’s About: From award-winning producers Michelle and Robert King (The Good Wife, The Good Fight) comes a riveting supernatural procedural about a skeptical forensic psychologist (Katja Herbers) who partners with a priest in training (Mike Colter) to search for the spiritual truths behind reports of supernatural phenomena and demonic possession. Starring: Katja Herbers, Mike Colter, Aasif Mandvi, Michael Emerson, Brooklyn Shuck, Skylar Gray, Maddy Crocco, and Dalya Knapp Why We Love It: Wickedly smart and seriously creepy, Evil’s marriage of science and religion makes it the fall show of our dreams (or is that nightmares?). When It’s On: Premieres Thursday, Sept. 26, at 10 p.m. ET/PT on CBS and streams on CBS All Access. Batwoman What It’s About: After a dishonorable discharge from military school and years of survival training, wealthy heiress Kate Kane…

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