Celebrity & Gossip

Watch! June 2018

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 // your summer agenda

BEACH READ New York Times best-selling author Mary Alice Monroe returns with the latest installment to her Beach House series with another heartwarming story surrounding the Rutledge family, who constantly prove that no matter what life may throw at you, love will always lead you back home. simonandschuster.com LOVELY LASHES When you want to soak in the sun but take a dip too, try Diorshow Pump’N’Volume Mascara Waterproof. The waterproof version of this fave makes eyes pop, sans smudge. dior.com OFF THE TRAIL From surfing to camping to road trips, the new eco-friendly Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV crossover hybrid has your summer adventures covered with its advanced all-wheel drive and 1,500-pound towing capacity. mitsubishicars.com BRIGHT YOUNG THING With light-catching mirrored accents, this GoJane Flashing Lights Oversized Woven Tote Bag packs up all of your summer essentials while giving…

2 min.

KWAKU ALSTON “What you don’t see in these images was the extreme wind and cold she had to endure,” says Kwaku Alston of Eve (“Desert Fox,” p. 80). “It’s a testament to her professionalism to end the day thanking everyone with a Champagne toast.” He has photographed Hollywood luminaries, Grammy winners, and politicians for clients ranging from The New York Times Magazine, ESPN, and Time to Crate & Barrel and Coca-Cola. ELIZABETH KAYE “Damian Lewis is one of the finest actors working today,” says Elizabeth Kaye (“Billions Dollar Baby,” p. 104). “He’s evinced this week after week, year after year, on Homeland and his searing portrayal of Bobby Axelrod in Billions.” Kaye is the author of six books including the New York Times and Amazon #1 best-selling e-book Lifeboat No. 8: An Untold…

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CBSWATCHMAGAZINE.COM ON LOCATION The cast of S.W.A.T. reveals behind-the-scenes secrets from the set. SUMMER BREAK Get vacation inspiration from some of CBS’s hottest stars, like The Big Bang Theory’s Mayim Bialik, pictured here in Tel Aviv. “The most interesting [villains] are the ones who let you understand why they’re villains. They have a backstory that has nothing to do with what you’re seeing now.”—YAEL GROBGLAS, JANE THE VIRGIN SPOTLIGHT ON Superior Donuts’ Jermaine Fowler celebrates his first Father’s Day and reflects on his momentous year. Find us on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter @cbswatch. CLOCKWISE FROM TOP LEFT: DAVID NEEDLEMAN/CBS; GILLES-MARIE ZIMMERMANN/CBS; DAVID NEEDLEMAN/CBS; JSQUARED/THE CW; MONTY BRINTON/CBS…

1 min.
you’re getting warmer

BY THE TIME YOU’RE HOLDING THIS ISSUE in your hands, the seemingly endless winter will be over and Memorial Day weekend will be just around the corner. In fact, you may even be reading Watch! poolside or en route to a relaxing long weekend. After all the snow, sleet, and salt trucks—bye-bye, bombo-genesis!—you deserve this time off! Our two fantastic cover subjects have also certainly earned their places in the sun. When Chris O’Donnell needs to take a break from his long-standing role as G. Callen on NCIS: Los Angeles, he heads for the links with his favorite clubs (and cool golf clothes from his brother’s company, Johnnie-O). As for the multitalented Eve, the rapper, actress, and The Talk co-host brought even more heat to the desert during our red-hot fashion…

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summer loving

SALVATION STARRING Santiago Cabrera, Jennifer Finnigan, Charlie Rowe, Ian Anthony Dale IN CASE YOU’VE MISSED IT Last season focused on an MIT graduate student (Rowe), a tech superstar (Cabrera), and a Pentagon official (Finnigan) who are in on one nasty secret: An asteroid is just six months away from completely obliterating our planet. WHY YOU NEED TO TUNE IN “We love to sit around the writers’ room thinking about ways to blow our fans’ collective mind,” agree executive producers and showrunners Liz Kruger and Craig Shapiro. “Peak fun is watching the Twitter feed as fans react in real time to the show’s secrets being revealed.” AND NOW, FOR A SNEAK PREVIEW “The whole world finds out about the approaching asteroid,” say Kruger and Shapiro. “This knowledge leads to calm, sober deliberations—just kidding! People do…

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crime time

ANOTHER TELEVISION SHOW WOULD BE taking a victory lap—or several—to celebrate its continued success for more than a quarter of a century. But 48 Hours, the Emmy- and Peabody-winning news-documentary program, is marking its 30th birthday by doing what it does best: putting out another season of weekly, riveting, well-reported episodes that, says 21-year senior executive producer Susan Zirinsky, “take audiences on the journey of a law and justice story. It’s a genre in journalism in which we can not only tell a very interesting story of human drama, but also have an impact by shining a light on stories that have gone cold.” Indeed, with more than 1,000 episodes under its belt, 48 Hours has not only entertained audiences but has become part of the culture. “I am so struck…