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Watch! April 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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1 min.
checklist

THAMES FOR TWO Teatime! The Town House at The Kensington’s London Landmarks Afternoon Tea celebrates spring in London with offerings arranged in the shape of familiar London sights. Sample a rhubarb mousse in the shape of a telephone box and a Big Ben-inspired lemon curd tart—all from a tea stand in the shape of the London Eye. townhousekensington.com SPOT CHECK Attention, spring breakers: Make a splash at your first poolside appearance of the year in this leopard-print swimsuit from Fisch. And if you don’t want to ruin that fresh blowout, don a superchic waterproof hair turban from Shhhowercap to keep your tresses dry. net-a-porter.com ON THE BALL Spring baseball tryouts are on the way—what’s a newbie after-school coach to do? Former L.A. Dodgers catcher Dan Gray comes to the rescue with The Youth Baseball Bible.…

2 min.
contributors

Roger Director (“The Honor Was All His,” p. 104) has a long list of accomplishments, among them: two Emmy and Writers Guild Award nominations, two books, and stories published in The New Yorker, The New York Times, The Los Angeles Times, and Vanity Fair, among others. Still, he places one experience above the rest: “Working with the late, great actor Charles Durning on the NCIS episode ‘Call of Silence’ is a high point in my career. It’s deeply gratifying that after so many years, the episode remains close to the heart of so many of the show’s fans.” Director lives in Santa Monica with his wife, writer Jan Cherubin. Melody Thomas Scott is “a total pro in front of the camera,” says photographer Andrew Eccles (“Drama Queen,” p. 92), a protégé…

1 min.
web watch!

CBSWATCHMAGAZINE.COM Find us on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter @cbswatch. SPOTLIGHT ON In honor of Women’s History Month, Watch! pays tribute to the brilliant women photographers we’ve worked with over the years in this elegant collection of celebrity portraits. “You can tell me no but if I want to get it done, I’m going to get it done. Even in my saddest moments when I’ve felt down, [there’s] just been something deeper than me that pushes me.”—EVE, THE TALK MORROW, TOO From basketball to SoulCycle, find out how The Young and the Restless star Joshua Morrow stays fit and focused. BRIGHT LIGHTS Paging spring! April showers are no match for these sunny and stylish CBS stars. FOR PHOTO CREDITS, SEE PAGE 128…

1 min.
staying power

WHAT IS IT THAT PEOPLE like to say about love? “When you know, you know.” While that may or may not resonate for many affairs of the heart, it does seem to ring true for the relationships we form with our favorite actors and shows. When we see incredible talent, spellbinding storylines, and shows we can’t stop talking about … well, we know it. And we’re committed! Take a look at our three cover stars this month: From the moment FAM’s Nina Dobrev burst onto the scene 10 years ago in The Vampire Diaries, she became a huge fan favorite. Melody Thomas Scott has been beloved for 40 years—yes, you read that right—as Nikki on The Young and the Restless. While Star Trek: Discovery’s Ethan Peck is a fresh and exciting new…

6 min.
role models

SOMETIMES, THE MISSION INVOLVES many: CBS stars like Instinct’s Bojana Novakovic (pictured here) are remarkable for their volunteer efforts, championing causes that reflect their personal and professional experiences. Sometimes, they also team up: The cast of The Young and the Restless participates in the Walk to End Alzheimer’s every year, and a CBS This Morning team has delivered food to those in need through Citymeals on Wheels. Regardless of the mission, when these stars throw their weight behind a passion project, they’ve got our attention! Violett Beane On Camera: Journalist Cara Bloom in the drama God Friended Me. Offscreen: Two years ago, Beane—who grew up surrounded by cats, dogs, and chickens—became a vegan. “How can I love these animals beside me and eat them on my plate?” she says. “Also, I decided to…

2 min.
why moonlight mattered

MOONLIGHT Stream all 16 episodes on cwseed.com BEFORE HE BECAME LT. Cmdr. Steve McGarrett on Hawaii Five-0, star Alex O’Loughlin played brooding bloodsucker Mick St. John in CBS’s Moonlight (2007–2008). The vampire detective drama won the People’s Choice Award—over the more zeitgeisty Gossip Girl—for Favorite New TV Drama. So it was somewhat surprising that after 16 episodes, it was canceled—driving a stake through the hearts of its 7.5 million viewers. But over the last decade, Moonlight has developed quite the cult following and was recently made available by The CW on its streaming service, CW Seed. We pay respects to the dearly beloved oneseason wonder. Vamps Redefined The first 90 seconds of the pilot perfectly set up its premise—and in turn debunked some old wives’ tales about vampires. During a dream sequence with an…