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Watch! June 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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THE HIGH ROAD With superior maneuverability, two separate 4x4 systems, and traction management that adapts to five types of terrain, the 2019 Jeep Renegade is the perfect companion on the road to outdoor adventure—actual roads strictly optional. jeep.com ANIMAL INSTINCT Forget tennis balls and treats: What are your dogs and cats really thinking about? The Secret Life of Pets 2, a family comedy opening June 7, lets you into the minds of your favorite fur balls. universalpictures.com SHEER ENVY Sheer is the world’s first three-layer dress that combines the power of shapewear and compression garments in one revolutionary dress. Say goodbye to shapewear and hello to your best body! sheeronline.com SET THE SCENE No backyard barbecue or garden party is complete without the perfect entertaining space. The Capri Dining Collection from Pier 1 Imports offers cheery, airy…

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cbswatchmagazine.com RACHEL CLARKE EDITOR-IN-CHIEF MICHAEL RIZZI PUBLISHER LINDSAY BROWN EXECUTIVE EDITOR ED MANN CREATIVE DIRECTOR CHRISTOPHER ROSS DIRECTOR OF PHOTOGRAPHY REBECCA ASCHER-WALSH FEATURES DIRECTOR BEVERLY BYRD PRODUCTION DIRECTOR DIRECTOR, DIGITAL AND LIFESTYLE EDITORIAL Mona Buehler INTEGRATED ADVERTISING MANAGER Natalia Rybka (natalia.rybka@cbs.com) DEPUTY EDITORS Victoria Kirby (Shine) Susan Pocharski (Play) Alice Ross (Photos) FASHION DIRECTOR Kate Betts STYLE DIRECTOR Sasha Charnin Morrison 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…

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When Chip Brown sat down to chat with Bridget Moynahan (p. 70), it wasn’t the first time the two had met. “Months before interviewing Bridget,” he says, “I met her walking her sheepadoodle, Piper, on a Tribeca sidewalk, an encounter facilitated entirely by my Norfolk terrier, Morty.” Brown is the author of two nonfiction books and has written for more than 40 magazines, including The New York Times Magazine, National Geographic, The New Yorker, Vanity Fair, and Vogue. He lives in New York with his wife, acclaimed fashion writer and editor (and Watch! contributor!) Kate Betts, and his two children, Oliver and India. Victoria Kirby (deputy editor, Shine) is a New York-based journalist, editor, consultant, and on-air personality specializing in beauty and wellness. Kirby has worked as the beauty director at…

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wed watch!

ALOHA, SUMMER! The hottest beach hunks of CBS make a splash in this exclusive photo pictorial. FAMILY MATTERS From Olivia and John Walton (The Waltons, right) to Joan and John Short (Life in Pieces, above), Watch! toasts some of our favorite fictional TV moms and dads. “Success is a great thing, but it’s temporary. It’s not something to hang your hat on or get comfortable with.”—CANDICE PATTON, THE FLASH SPOTLIGHT ON Get to know Laura Chinn and her character, Shelby, of Florida Girls (Pop TV). CBSWATCHMAGAZINE.COM Find us on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter @cbswatch. FOR PHOTO CREDITS, SEE PAGE 126…

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all in the family

SITTING DOWN TO dinner with your family can range from good (sharing jokes and daily anecdotes) to bad (differing political views and sibling slap-downs) and even ugly (for me, any time my mother served liver). But no matter the vibe at the table, a family dinner can be something wonderful: nourishment and love with the people we care about the most. For the past nine years, fans have finished their own meals and then sat down to watch their beloved Blue Bloods characters enjoy theirs. No matter what professional or personal turmoil may be going on in their lives, members of the show’s Reagan family spend their Sunday night dinners together. And we love every minute of it—from the main course to dessert. This issue, we not only celebrate some of your…

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an incredible journey

PHIL KEOGHAN HAS BEEN TO 90 countries—and racked up 981,000 frequent flyer miles—hosting The Amazing Race (TAR). And as the beloved and multiple Emmy-winning reality competition series enters its 31st season, neither its host—nor the show itself—shows any signs of slowing down. We look back at 30 seasons of milestones, million-dollar mistakes, and heart-pounding finishes to the Pit Stop. THE AMAZING RACE airs Wednesdays at 9 p.m. ET/PT on CBS and streams on CBS All Access. Million-Dollar Decisions WHAT WOULD YOU DO TO WIN (OR LOSE)? • In TAR 14, Jen Hoffman stopped to use a port-a-potty—allowing the last-place team to beat her and her sister to the mat. Talk about an unfortunate pit stop!• In TAR 17, Kat Chang, a vegetarian for 22 years, ate a dead sheep head in Norway. She and partner…