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December 2019

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.
getting to know the geico gecko

His constant good cheer, insatiable need to meet people, and natural tenacity all make him perfectly suited to help people find outstanding values on insurance. In fact, the GEICO Gecko explains it best himself. A talking gecko? Why? I’ll tell you why. Because people trust advertising icons. Some bloke tells you to go to geico.com and they’re like, “Really? Just might who you be?” But a gecko … he can be trusted. How do you go about spreading the word of GEICO? Here’s the deal. When you talk about geico.com, you want to communicate three things: easy to use, no middle man, could save you hundreds on car insurance. Do you ever think about what you’d be doing if you weren’t with GEICO? No way. I can’t see myself doing anything else. The thing is, everyone…

1 min.
your holiday agenda

MIAMI NICE Forget this season’s mistletoe and frozen toes and head to Miami’s gorgeous Acqualina Resort & Spa on the Beach. The ultra-luxe resort offers world-class dining, three seaside pools, and spectacular panoramic views of the Atlantic Ocean. acqualinaresort.com BEACH BLANKET…BINGO! Everyday towels are no match for the sand that seems to go everywhere you don’t want it to. Instead, lie down in luxury on one of Wayfair’s comfy, oversized beach blankets. Yet another reason to stay on the beach even longer! wayfair.com STRONG SIGNAL No matter where your travels take you, T-Mobile’s Extended Range 4G LTE has you covered, with twice the reach and four cameras to choose from. Added bonus: You can test-drive a Samsung Galaxy S10 for a month so you can see all the amazing options for yourself. t-mobile.com DRIVE TO SUCCEED Whether…

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cbswatchmagazine.com RACHEL CLARKE EDITOR-IN-CHIEF MICHAEL RIZZI PUBLISHER LINDSAY BROWN EXECUTIVE EDITO ED MANN CREATIVE DIRECTOR CHRISTOPHER ROSS DIRECTOR OF PHOTOGRAPHY REBECCA ASCHER-WALSH FEATURES DIRECTOR SASHA CHARNIN MORRISON STYLE DIRECTOR MONA BUEHLER DIRECTOR, DIGITAL AND LIFESTYLE EDITORIAL NATALIA RYBKA INTEGRATED ADVERTISING MANAGER DEPUTY EDITORS Victoria Kirby (Shine) Susan Pocharski (Play) Alice Ross (Photos) RESEARCH EDITOR Simon Diamond Cramer CONTRIBUTING WRITERS Brantley Bardin, Virginia Bell, Marc Berman, Stanley Bing, Lynn Darling, Ryan Devlin, Stuart Elliott, John Griffiths, Alyssa Hertzig, Emily Hirshey, David Hochman, Oliver Jones, Elizabeth Kaye, Guy Martin, Judith Newman, Tom Roston, Liana Schaffner, Fred Schruers, Marshall Sella, Craig Tomashoff, Bill Zehme CONTRIBUTING PHOTOGRAPHERS Kwaku Alston, Derek Blanks, Matthias Clamer, Andrew Eccles, Jason Kim, Timothy Kuratek, Jeff Lipsky, Cliff Lipson, Nino Muñoz, David Needleman, Marie H Rainville, Adrienne Raquel, Lisa Shin, Emily Shur, Peggy Sirota CONTRIBUTING ARTISTS James Bennett, Hildie Plumpepper PUBLICITY Barbara Abseck (beabseck@cbs.com) DIRECTOR OF FINANCE Lia Buchanan CHIEF COMMUNICATIONS OFFICER Dana McClintock EXECUTIVE VICE PRESIDENTS Chris Ender, Kelli Raftery SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT, PHOTOGRAPHY Gail Plautz VICE PRESIDENT/CONTENT Liz…

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Former editor-in-chief of Entertainment Weekly Henry Goldblatt has covered the television industry for nearly two decades and is proud to count himself as one of Simone Missick’s earliest fans from her days starring in Marvel’s Luke Cage. “She’s been bubbling up for some time, and I was thrilled to spend time with her on the eve of her breakout role in All Rise,” he says. A recent transplant to L.A., Goldblatt vows that even a pack of wild horses couldn’t drag him back to New York, adding, “Well, technically they could. But I wouldn’t go willingly.” F. Scott Schafer’s gift of marrying sophisticated concepts and technical mastery with a sense of humor is evident in his portfolio, which includes iconic portraits of Serena Williams, LeBron James, and Barack Obama. Working with…

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web watch!

SPOTLIGHT ON Joey Lawrence of Celebrity Big Brother shares his top travel spots, must-haves, and next stops. SANTA BABY The Young and the Restless stars, including Amelia Heinle, share their favorite holiday songs for rocking around the Christmas tree. “I feel like what’s going on in the world is so polarizing. This show feels like the perfect antidote to that. It’s this vision of a welcoming and loving future.”—ETHAN PECK, STAR TREK: DISCOVERY 12 DAYS OF ALEX O’LOUGHLIN ’Tis the season for caroling, so as a gift to all you Hawaii Five-0 fans, here’s a fun new twist on an old chestnut. CRAZY FOR COTE Ziva is back! We celebrate Cote de Pablo’s return to NCIS in this tribute from the Watch! vault. CBSWATCHMAGAZINE.COM Find us on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter @cbswatch. MONTY BRINTON/CBS/GETTY IMAGES; CBS…

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strength in numbers

THIS MONTH, WE’RE EXTREMELY PROUD to feature two powerful and talented women on our covers. From the moment Norah O’Donnell took over as anchor and managing editor of the CBS Evening News, her experience, gravitas, and self-assurance were evident. The acclaimed journalist is now reporting from Washington, D.C., and she continues to be one of the most trusted figures in television news. Fans may recognize Simone Missick from her buttkicking role as Misty Knight in both The Defenders and Marvel’s Luke Cage, but as Judge Lola Carmichael on the new drama All Rise, her prowess is more intellectual than physical. She’s definitely a force to be reckoned with, and Missick plays her with authority and grace. Also in this issue, the spectacular star of God Friended Me, Violett Beane; a sparkly seasonal gift…