Celebrity & Gossip

Watch! February 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.

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in this issue

1 min.
your winter agenda

GET GLOWING Dry winter air leaving your skin looking more dull than dewy? Quench it with Neutrogena Hydro Boost hydrating makeup. Packed with skin-plumping and moisturizing hyaluronic acid, you’ll achieve a flawless face from lashes to lips in no time flat. neutrogena.com HALF GUSSIED UP Nothing accentuates a sexy strut like fishnets—but for a simple date, they can be a bit risqué. These flirty heart fishnet socks by Lirika Matoshi hint at more to come without quite spelling it out. lirikamatoshi.com CAT’S EYE Our secret recipe to looking mysteriously alluring has one ingredient: Saint Laurent Loulou sunglasses. With Saint Laurent’s signature heart frames and a daring leopard print, these babies add provocative mystique to your Valentine’s Day look. net-a-porter.com TO WARM THE HEART Warm up a frigid night with Crown Royal Vanilla, which carries a rich vanilla…

2 min.

“Probably the greatest thing about doing an oral history is hearing how happy the actors are when they reminisce about the most exciting time in their lives,” says writer Craig Tomashoff (“Tied Up in Knots,” p. 104). “While Knots may be long gone for them, the talent tells those stories with the same pride and joy they’d use telling me tales about their kids.” Tomashoff has worked behind the scenes at TV Guide, People, The Queen Latifah Show, and Behind the Music, and written for The Hollywood Reporter, Emmy Magazine, Vanity Fair, The New York Times, and the Los Angeles Times. He lives in Encino, California, and stopped telling his kids not to watch TV when they reminded him that’s what he does for a living. Legendary sports photographer Walter Iooss’…

1 min.
web watch!

EXCLUSIVE SPOTLIGHT ON Warm up with a cup of cocoa and check out these cozy, chic winterwear looks on your favorite CBS stars. From snuggly sweaters to cute coats, hats, and scarves, these stylish photos are guaranteed to chase away the chills. TRAVEL DIARY All American star Bre-Z shares her favorite travel spots, must-haves, and next stops. “I love to move my body to music, but I’m not good at dance steps, and knowing that the world will see it, that’s an intimidating task!”—ADAM RODRIGUEZ, CRIMINAL MINDS BIG BANG BEST We take a look back through some of our greatest moments with this ensemble of beloved nerds. CBSWATCHMAGAZINE.COM Find us on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter @cbswatch. CHRISTOPHER ROSS (2); SAMI DRASIN/THE CW; MARK MANN; JEROD HARRIS/GETTY IMAGES…

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winter’s tales

THE HOLIDAYS ARE OVER, YOUR NEW YEAR’S resolutions have been made—and maybe even broken already—and “Baby, It’s Cold Outside” has gone from being a charming song to an excuse for not shoveling your driveway. Inside, however, there are a lot of things to look forward to! No matter which team you root for, CBS’s Super Bowl broadcast February 3 will be a show to remember. The NFL Today team—James Brown, Bill “Coach” Cowher, Boomer Esiason, Phil Simms, and Nate Burleson—has been covering games all season. In this issue, we’re covering them: their favorite plays, players, and all of the fun that goes on behind the scenes of the broadcast. We were also lucky enough to spend some time with Frankie Shaw, the multihyphenate force behind the brilliant SMILF. Her singular voice of…

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starry nights

It’s a winter wonderland of entertainment thanks to five new shows—as well as the heralded return of Star Trek: Discovery—that step into the limelight midseason. There’s the comedy Black Monday, starring Don Cheadle as a Wall Street trader, the drama The Red Line starring Noah Wyle, and the gripping procedural The Code; laughter ensues thanks to Nina Dobrev in FAM and Anna Paquin as a London PR executive in Flack. Whatever you’re in the mood for, these exciting series guarantee there will be no post-holiday letdown.…

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new year, new shows

The Code Cast: Luke Mitchell, Anna Wood, Ato Essandoh, Dana Delany, Phillipa Soo, and Raffi Barsoumian What it’s about: Fans of courtroom and military dramas should tune into this new thriller of a series, which takes place at the Marine Corps Base Quantico. There, each Marine attorney is trained to take on multiple roles: prosecutor, defense lawyer, and investigator, as he or she strives to serve the country. What’s to love? “It’s a fresh and visceral take on the legal drama genre,” says show-runner Craig Sweeny, “exploring what we ask of the men and women in our military and what they deserve to ask of us.” Watch it if you like: NCIS (Premieres later this season on CBS and CBS All Access.) Black Monday Cast: Don Cheadle, Andrew Rannells, Regina Hall, and Paul Scheer What it’s about: On…