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Watch! November/December 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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RECIPE FOR PERFECTION Start with the fastest smartphone chip ever built. Add the broadest 5G coverage in the world, advanced image processing, and clear night photography. Combine in a light, slender, durable case. The result? The new iPhone 12. Enjoy. apple.com MODERN MASTERPIECE Waldan’s new Heritage watches are assembled individually by hand and rigorously tested in the United States. With a clean, elegant design inspired by 40 years of history and affordable pricing, the Heritage line is a new classic. waldanwatches.com BEST FOOT FORWARD Doing good has never been so comfy. With all profits going to the cycling nonprofit Pelotonia’s support of cancer research, the Magnanni X Pelotonia shoe collection offers a sneaky way to pitch in. magnanni.com STEADY GOING The wind may howl and the rain may pound, but behind the wheel of the most-awarded SUV…

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1 It’s no easy feat shooting a cover in the age of COVID-19, but legendary photographer Kwaku Alston was up for the challenge, as was The Neighborhood star Tichina Arnold (“Living Her Life Like It’s Golden,” page 74). “Tichina [who, by the way, was recovering from recent foot surgery] gave us amazing energy throughout her photo shoot,” says Alston. “We had her up on stairs, balancing on rocks, yet she always nailed the pose and delivered the shot!” Alston has photographed some of the most famous faces in the world—from Hollywood luminaries and Grammy winners to President Barack Obama and the First Family. 2 Marshall Sella (“Through Their Eyes,” page 88) says he left a promising career as a wall-washer and stage actor to earn a master’s degree in journalism from…

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this month on the web

Find us on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter @cbswatch “I didn’t set out to play sophisticated characters, but … not being defined by beauty means there isn’t a shelf life. I can play the parts I do until I’m in my 80s.”— Christine Baranski, THE GOOD FIGHT YULETIDE SPIRIT Give (and get!) loads of holiday cheer this season with show-inspired gifts. Baublebar earrings, $48, baublebar.com PHOTOS WE’RE THANKFUL FOR Pass the potatoes and eat up these gorgeous images of your favorite CBS stars. Happy Thanksgiving! INTO THE WOODS Missy Peregrym of FBI wows in this winter-fashion photo shoot. SILVER BELLS You’ve decked the halls. Now it’s time to don your holiday apparel. These festive looks from celebratory CBS stars will keep your days merry and bright. BAUBLEBAR; DAVID ROEMER; TOM CORBETT; IAN DERRY; PEGGY SIROTA…

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good tidings

AS THE YEAR DRAWS TO A CLOSE, THERE’S REALLY nothing left to be said about 2020. Let’s just say it was bad. As in don’t-let-the-door-hit-you-on-the-way-out bad. This issue, however, we’re focusing on the good: the people, places, and things that were able to elevate our mood and allow us to remember to smile. From the first time we saw her on screen, Drew Barrymore has always been a bright light. Her new talk show is a perfect fit for the warm and wonderful actress. Who wouldn’t want to sit down for a chat with Drew? We were also lucky enough to get the incredible Tichina Arnold on one of our covers. The gifted actress and comedian thrills her millions—truly, millions—of fans every week on The Neighborhood, and it was equally thrilling for…

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stand and deliver

BENJAMIN CAVELL was just 11 years old when he first read The Stand, Stephen King’s magnum opus of good versus evil in a post-apocalyptic world. “It was so immersive and transporting; I remember just being kind of sad when it was all over,” says the veteran writer and producer (Justified, SEAL Team) upon reaching the end of the weighty tome. Luckily, this is just the beginning of the end. Executive producers Cavell and Taylor Elmore reimagined The Stand as a nine-episode limited series for CBS All Access—with an entirely new coda, written by King himself. “He wanted a more satisfying climax for Frannie [Odessa Young],” Cavell explains. “I think it’s quite beautiful.” In King’s 1978 book, a virus wipes out all but a fraction of the world’s population. Sound familiar? The…

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c’mon get happy

"WHO KNEW THAT IN 2020 WE WERE SO gonna need something called B Positive?” asks Annaleigh Ashford, who stars in the new Chuck Lorre–produced sitcom bearing that moniker. “At first, I thought, ‘That’s an OK title,’” the Denver-born, Tony Award–winning actress exclaims with a laugh, “but now I’m, like, ‘That’s deep!’” B Positive is the tale of a newly divorced therapist (Thomas Middleditch) who is in need of a kidney donor with the titular blood type. Ashford plays Gina, a high school acquaintance who turns out to be a weed-smoking, pratfall-prone, madcap kook of a match. “They’re an odd couple pairing but a match in life, too,” says Ashford. “He needs a kidney and a friend, and she needs accountability and a friend. See, she likes to partake in the…