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Watch!

March/April 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.
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6 Issues

in this issue

1 min.
your spring agenda

AGED TO PERFECTION A simple recipe lends Bulleit Bourbon that subtle, spicy complexity: just corn, barley malt, rye, and time. A lot of time. With roots in Louisville tavern keeper Augustus Bulleit’s 19th-century recipe, each bottle of Bulleit is a story over 150 years in the making. Who knew history could taste so good? bulleit.com INSTANT CLASSIC What’s sleek and sophisticated on the outside and precision-tuned on the inside? No, not a sports car, but a Singer Reimagined watch. Founded by an auto designer and a master watchmaker, Singer uses the aesthetic principles of classic cars to create elegant chronographs that never go out of style. singerreimagined.com SILVER LININGS In her memoir The Upside of Being Down, Jen Gotch, founder of the lifestyle brand Ban.do, tells how she found success and happiness despite (and sometimes…

2 min.
contributors

Renowned photographer James White, whose subjects have included Angelina Jolie, Reese Witherspoon, Taylor Swift, and George Clooney, enjoyed capturing the spirited cast of Katy Keene. “What really struck me was seeing the fondness the cast has for each other,” he says. “They would literally cheer each other on.” Named one of the top 100 influential talents by American Photo magazine, White lives in New York. She’s an Emmy-winning writer and bestselling author, but even New York–based writer Julie Klam admits to being dazzled by the cast of Katy Keene (“Four to Adore,” P. 84)—and that was before she sat down to interview them. “I got a little obsessed with the sequined chartreuse jacket that Jonny Beauchamp wore at the photo shoot,” she says, adding that the whole affair “felt like a…

1 min.
web watch

CBSWATCHMAGAZINE.COM Find us on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter @cbswatch. VIVE LA FRANCE C’est vrai! This photo collection of fabulous CBS stars frolicking in France is fantastique! “It’s super important right now to have intelligent debate and to listen to voices that don’t always get heard.”–JAY HERNANDEZ MAGNUM P.I. VACATION GOALS From beautiful beaches in Hawaii to infinity poolside perfection in Jamaica, these sexy TV stars have got the right idea for spring break. INSPIRED BY JANE PAULEY Veteran journalist and CBS Sunday Morning anchor Jane Pauley reminds us that success means having the courage to try. SPOTLIGHT ON Get to know Jennifer Gareis and her character, Donna Logan, of The Bold and the Beautiful. FOR PHOTO CREDITS, SEE PAGE 124…

1 min.
once upon a time

IN CBS’S THE UNICORN, WALTON GOGGINS stars as a single dad and widower who is starting to date again. He quickly learns that a guy like him—kind, funny, and thoughtful—is considered a rare breed among available single men. Some might even call him, you guessed it, a unicorn. This month, along with the lovely and sincere Mr. Goggins (“Magic Man,” p. 60), we are featuring two other unicorns on our covers, albeit of a different sort. As Wendy Rhoades on SHOWTIME’s Billions, Maggie Siff (“Flower Power,” p. 72) gives us a brilliant character unlike any we’ve seen before: She’s unapologetically smart, powerful, and not afraid to express those qualities both at work and, um, at home. Then there’s the dazzling cast of The CW’s new show Katy Keene (“Four to Adore,” p.…

4 min.
news of the future

CBSN streams on cbsnews.com and CBS All Access. WITH THE NEWS cycle now lightning fast, it’s not always easy to find an unbiased view of unfolding world events. So it’s not surprising that in the five years since the launch of CBSN, the streaming service has become a trusted resource for viewers, with audience tallies growing annually. “The key to CBSN’s success is journalism, plus the fact that we’re free and live 24/7,” says Christy Tanner, executive vice president and general manager, CBS News Digital. “But it really starts with reporting and credibility, the trust that CBS News brings to the streaming space.” Here’s why you should be tuning in. JUST THE FACTS: While many other outlets filter daily developments through a political lens, CBSN is committed to objectivity. “The most important thing…

4 min.
tommy dearest

HIS FRIENDS CALL HIM TOMMY, so when Thomas Sadoski was first asked if he was interested in joining a new show called Tommy starring Edie Falco, he remembers saying, “Edie Falco is playing me? That’s not a direction I would have thought to go … but I’m all about it!” Married to actress Amanda Seyfried, with whom he has a 3-year-old daughter, Sadoski has been blessed with a career as a Tony-nominated stage, film, and TV actor. Now, fresh off of CBS’s Life in Pieces, he has indeed joined the Tommy team, although he’s left the eponymous starring role to Falco, who plays a hotshot New York City detective turned L.A.’s first female chief of police, Abigail Thomas. Sadoski steps in to play Mayor Buddy Gray, an often antagonistic, ethically torn politician…