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Watch! May/June 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.

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BACKYARD GETAWAY Pining for some sun, sand, and surf? Pier 1’s rattan furniture pieces bring a little sea breeze wherever you put them. Pour yourself a tropical cocktail, take a seat, and close your eyes—you’ll swear you can hear waves crashing. pier1.com TRULY OUTRAGEOUS Amp up your #OOTD with these PVC and leather slingbacks from Gianvito Rossi. The shimmering holographic finish will cast iridescent rainbows with every step you take. fwrd.com TIME WELL SPENT New York–based watch company Waldan’s new collection of well-made and affordably priced watches are inspired by their lineage of mechanical masterpieces made for companies like Tiffany & Co. and Tourneau. waldanwatches.com PERFECT POUT In the market for a lipstick that lasts from morning to night? With its lightweight feel, nondrying matte finish, precision applicator, and long-lasting coverage, L’Oréal Rouge Signature Matte Lip Stain…

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1 The opportunity to visit Michelle and Robert King’s offices and writers’ room was a treat for photographer Jason Schmidt, a self-professed “great fan” of The Good Fight (“The Royal We,” p. 100). “Seeing various plotlines and characters on notes and cards felt like a peek inside their amazing minds,” he says. “They were also very generous in sharing stories about how they take current events and create their own narratives.” Schmidt, who is based in New York, has had his work exhibited at the Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, and is a regular contributor to magazines including Architectural Digest, T Magazine, and Vogue. 2 Chris Nashawaty says that interviewing Michelle and Robert King, the power couple behind Evil, The Good Fight, and the upcoming Your Honor, was an inspiring…

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“The beauty of getting older is you don’t have to play games.”— PATRICIA HEATON, CAROL’S SECOND ACT INSPIRED BY ZEEKO ZAKI Super-fit FBI star Zeeko Zaki opens up about his 100-pound weight-loss transformation and what motivates him to work out. SPOTLIGHT ON From her acting inspiration to vacation goals, get to know Amelia Heinle of The Young and the Restless. SPOTLIGHT ON Get to know Tristin Mays and her character, Riley Davis, of MacGyver. LOOK BACK Aloha! We celebrate Hawaii Five-0’s dynamic duo, Alex O’Loughlin and Scott Caan, in this tribute from the Watch vault. INSPIRED BY WILMER VALDERRAMA NCIS star Wilmer Valderrama shares what the American flag means to him. Find us on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter @cbswatch CLOCKWISE FROM TOP LEFT: ANDREW ECCLES; CBS; EMILY SHUR; NINO MUÑOZ; KEVIN LYNCH/CBS; HOWARD WISE/JPI STUDIOS; MICHAEL PARMELEE/CBS…

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we’re all in this together

AS I WRITE THIS LETTER, THE WORLD HAS BEEN changing dramatically. The coronavirus pandemic has affected millions of people around the world who are living with curfews, travel restrictions, and, most of all, fear. During this time of uncertainty, CBS began a new on-air and social media campaign, “We’re All in This Together,” to let people know that despite COVID-19–driven social distancing, it’s important to stay and feel connected to one another. At Watch, we take this connection with our readers very seriously. We’re focused on bringing you the best, most entertaining, and thoughtful programming out there. This issue features some truly extraordinary talent: Stephen Colbert, Christine Baranski, Kirsten Dunst, Kaitlyn Dever, mega-producers Robert and Michelle King, as well as many of the people behind the scenes who make your favorite shows…

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hard acts to follow

NO ONE PUTS ON A SHOW QUITE LIKE BROADWAY’S best, so it’s hardly surprising that the theater world’s biggest night—the Tony Awards—has gifted us with countless outstanding performances from the most talented entertainers to grace the stage. With the show postponed due to the coronavirus this year, it’s the perfect time to look back at some of the most memorable opening acts over the ceremony’s illustrious 73-year history, and anticipate the fun to come with the 74th. “Willkommen” from Cabaret (1967): Joel Grey put the imp in impresario as he gracefully leaped across the stage while performing the opening song from John Kander and Fred Ebb’s famed musical. Life truly was beautiful that night for Grey, who won the Tony for Featured Actor in a Musical for his turn as the…

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the doctor is in

JUST TWO AND A HALF YEARS AGO, ITO AGHAYERE WAS making her Broadway debut in Pulitzer Prize–winning playwright Ayad Akhtar’s Junk, playing a financial shark killing it in a man’s world. Now, as Dr. Maya Jacobs, the no-nonsense chief resident on the hit sitcom Carol’s Second Act, the Canadian-born actress is barking orders at Patricia Heaton’s late-in-life doctor. “It’s been a joyride to play Dr. Jacobs, partly because it’s exciting to wield such power as a woman of color,” says Aghayere (pronounced Uh-GUY-uh-ray), who has a B.A. from Duke in political science and worked as an Obama White House intern while earning her M.F.A. in theater from Columbia University. “So often black actresses get sent scripts to play maids and slaves, so to have the opportunity to play a role that’s…