Celebrity & Gossip

Watch! August 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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in this issue

1 min.
your summer agenda

SURF, SKI … OR SPACE? Sleek, stylish, out of this world. Wear Joseph Haver’s futuristic Mod 7 shades to the beach and people might think you got here from the ski slopes. Or possibly Mars. joseph-haver.com THE WHEEL DEAL The perfect getaway demands the perfect getaway car. With its zippy, sharp handling and ample leg room that fits even the tallest of friends, the new MINI Cooper S 5-Door is nimble enough to turn any trip into a great escape. mini.com CLEAR ADVANTAGE Cleanse away the day with Neutrogena Makeup Remover Cleansing Towelettes, leaving your skin remarkably supple. Gentle enough to use on the eyes, but powerful enough to remove 99.3 percent of stubborn makeup. neutrogena.com MANE EVENT Summer adventures may nourish your soul, but they’re not so kind to your hair. Pamper it with L’Oréal Elvive…

2 min.

OLIVER JONES “Cress had a great deal of pride about him,” says writer Oliver Jones (“Shock and Awe,” p. 72). “He has, after all, pulled off his lifelong dream of playing a superhero—but he hid it beneath a layer of genuine humility. We bonded easily, and neither of us wanted the conversation to end.” Jones is a longtime magazine journalist who currently writes for New York Observer, Yahoo, and The Daily Beast and teaches journalism at Emerson College. CHRISTOPHER ROSS Watch!’s director of photography, Christopher Ross (“Superlative,” p. 86), learned about taking photos from his dad. “He always had a 35mm dangling around his neck—still does,” he says. “He captured everything, from when he got drafted at 18 to serve in Vietnam, to sneaking backstage at Rolling Stones concerts with my mother in…

1 min.

SIMPLY IRRESISTIBLE Enjoy stunning new photographs of Salvation star Jennifer Finnigan. HAWAIIAN MAGIC Aloha, summer! Hawaii Five-0 hunk Alex O’Loughlin heats up Honolulu in these exclusive photos from the cutting room floor. DYNAMIC TRIO Jodie Sweetin, Christine Lakin, and Beverley Mitchell of Hollywood Darlings take a walk down memory lane. “Why burden yourself with all these weird external goals and validation from others? Just do cool stuff in your life. It’ll find a home, but first it has to be something good.”—LL COOL J, NCIS: LOS ANGELES CLOCKWISE FROM TOP LEFT: DAVID NEEDLEMAN (2); NINO MUÑOZ; JEFF KATZ/CBS; NIGEL PARRY…

1 min.
hero worship

COMIC CON ISSUE IN CASE YOU HAVEN’T HEARD, Comic-Con has definitely become a thing. This month, over 100,000 devoted—and often costumed—fans will flood into San Diego’s Convention Center to see their favorite superheroes, comic book characters, and pop culture phenoms come to life. It is a celebration heard around the world—or, if some of the storylines are to be taken literally … many worlds. This issue, we’re highlighting the shows and stars that are cultural catnip to so many of us. Whether it’s our kick-ass cover subjects Cress Williams (Black Lightning) and Melissa Benoist (Supergirl), a special look at Star Trek: Discovery’s brilliant ephemera, or a primer to all things sci-fi and high-flying, we’ve got you ready for all of the fun. Add our guide to the seasons’s hottest fashion, beauty, and…

1 min.
play lists

Remember when reading lists felt onerous? Ah, for the joys of adulthood, when you need only please yourself when it comes to your cultural edification. We turned to our favorite zeitgeist influencers—from CBS News’ Jeff Glor and Norah O’Donnell to Star Trek: Discovery’s Wilson Cruz and The Amazing Race’s Phil Keoghan—for advice on what we should be reading, watching, and listening to this season (and where we should be doing it) to get into our summer grooves. PHOTOS; GONZALEZ: BETTINA STRAUSS/THE CW; O'DONNELL: CHRISTOPHER ROSS; KEOGHAN: JOHN P. FILO/CBS; TILL: BRIAN BOWEN SMITH/CBS; WAITHE: TODD MACMILLAN/SHOWTIME; TRUCKS: JOHN LAMPARSKI/GETTY IMAGE; REVORD: SMALLZ + RASKIND/WARNER BROS. ENTERTAINMENT INC.; CRUZ: GREG DOHERTY…

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star material

Toni Trucks (SEAL Team) WHAT’S YOUR DREAM SUMMER DESTINATION? My favorite place is northern Michigan. Days in my hometown are spent biking, beaching, and eating ice cream. But my dream vacation would be to stay in one of those overwater huts in Bora Bora. Nothing but blue as far as the eye can see. WHAT WOULD YOU BRING TO READ? Little Fires Everywhere by Celeste Ng is a hard book to put down. If you want something lighter, Am I There Yet?: The Loop-de-Loop, Zigzagging Journey to Adulthood by Mari Andrew is a beautiful book of art, love, and retrospection. WHAT’S YOUR SUMMER SOUNDTRACK? I had the good fortune of meeting and hearing the angelic sounds of Victory Boyd. Her new single “Open Your Eyes” and EP can be found on Spotify. She…