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Watch! February 2020

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.
Frequency:
Bimonthly
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6 Issues

in this issue

1 min.
your new year’s agenda

MIAMI NICE Gorgeous Italian architecture and terraces? Panoramic views of the Atlantic? Private tours of Miami’s art world? No matter what’s on your wishlist, a stay at Acqualina Resort guarantees you’ll have the time of your life. acqualinaresort.com FUR-FREE FASHION From faux-fur clutches to vegan “leather” handbags, this eco-friendly arm candy from Stacy Kessler Accessories lets you preen like a peacock, with the knowledge that no actual peacocks were harmed in the process. shop.stacykessler.com TRUE BLUE What do your sweetheart, your BFF, and that babe in the mirror all have in common? All three will fall in love with the Vera Wang LOVE Collection available at Zales. From wedding bands to accessories to custom pieces, every piece bears a blue sapphire to represent your devotion to that special someone—even if that special someone is yourself.…

2 min.
contributors

“It was a blast shooting with Matt LeBlanc,” says photographer Peter Yang (“Matt LeBlanc Is a Happy Man,” p. 62). “He was both cool and playful, showing us a bit of short-order chef-inspired attitude from behind the grill.” Yang lives in Los Angeles, hails from the great state of Texas, and photographs subjects all over the world. He is a regular contributor to Rolling Stone, GQ, and Variety, and has shot campaigns for Levi’s, Comedy Central, and Def Jam, among others. His work has been recognized by American Photography and Communication Arts, but he would never tell you that because he is too modest. Also, he once bowled a 225. Johanna Schneller has profiled the most prominent actors of our time—Julia Roberts, Johnny Depp, Diane Keaton, and Brad Pitt, to name…

1 min.
web watch!

CBSWATCHMAGAZINE.COM Find us on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter @cbswatch. TV CRUSHES As Valentine’s Day approaches, we’ve got a little treat guaranteed to make you smile, regardless of your relationship status. WORK OF ART Pauley Perrette (Broke) re-creates masterpiece paintings and vintage photos in this pictorial from the Watch! vault. “I’ll miss being an FBI badass. I’d love to take the FBI jacket, but it’s absolutely illegal to walk around wearing it.”—AISHA TYLER, CRIMINAL MINDS LOVE NOTES Looking for unique ways to woo your sweetheart this Valentine’s Day? Take a cue from NCIS star Sean Murray. SPOTLIGHT ON Get to know Jason Thompson and his character, Billy Abbott, of The Young and the Restless. FOR PHOTO CREDITS, SEE PAGE 124…

1 min.
bundle up

WELCOME TO JANUARY, WHEN IT SEEMS as though every website, talk show, pop-up ad, and yes, magazine is telling you that it’s time to start the new year off the couch and on a diet of self-control. Not this magazine. While we’re not suggesting finishing all those stale Christmas cookies at once—although we’re not judging!—we do believe in indulging yourself, especially when it comes to television. Because what could be better on a cold winter’s day than hunkering down with your favorite stars and shows? Think of it as a little post-holiday hygge. This issue we’re featuring some incredible talent from series that you can binge-watch to your heart’s content. First up, the indomitable Sir Patrick Stewart, who is returning to the Star Trek universe in CBS All Access’s Picard. The galaxy just…

4 min.
making it so

LET THE COUNTDOWN BEGIN: AFTER 17 years, Jean-Luc Picard (Sir Patrick Stewart) returns with Star Trek: Picard, ready to lead a new generation into Federation space. Here, a behind-the-scenes look at all you need to know before this ship takes off. (For more Patrick Stewart, see page 74.) STAR TREK: PICARD IS NEITHER A SEQUEL NOR A REBOOT. Patrick Stewart made his debut as the captain of the U.S.S. Enterprise with the 1987 premiere of Star Trek: The Next Generation, a role he would play on the small screen for seven seasons and in four spinoff movies, the last of which, Star Trek: Nemesis, was released in 2002. When the actor agreed to return to the character, both Stewart and showrunner Michael Chabon decided to pick up the story after Picard’s last…

1 min.
boldly going on…

Star Trek: Discovery: The first scripted Trek series to premiere on the streaming service in 2017 follows the crew of the U.S.S. Discovery as they encounter new worlds. Its second season concluded with a massive cliffhanger that saw the ship’s heroes—played by a cast that includes Sonequa Martin-Green, Anthony Rapp, Ethan Peck, Mary Wiseman, and Michelle Yeoh—disappearing through a wormhole. In season 3 in 2020, the setting will be almost 1,000 years in the future. Star Trek: Short Treks: This anthology series of shorts started as a spinoff of Discovery but has grown to include both live-action and animated. The new season even features an appearance by some troublesome Tribbles. Streams on CBS All Access. Star Trek: Lower Decks: Debuting later this year, the 10-episode animated series is developed by Rick and…