EDITOR'S LETTER | MARCH/APRIL 2021
A Plus So…where to begin? The Star Trek franchise? All Rise ? The Real World Homecoming: New York reunion? The new SpongeBob movie and Kamp Koral: Spongebob's Under Years series? The God- father trilogy? 60 Minutes+ ? The NFL on CBS ? These are just a few of the amaz- ing choices available right now. We think you’ll be as excited as we are to see everything Paramount+ has
From left: Dora the Explorer, SpongeBob, Trevor Noah, Gayle King, Alexander Skarsgård, Sonequa Martin-Green, Snooki, Stephen Colbert, Patrick Star, Gabrielle Union, and Chase.
I F YOU HAD TOLD ME AS A KID THAT ONE DAY I COULD point a remote at the television and watch The Brady Bunch whenever I wanted, I would have thought that you were lying as much as Bobby did when he told everyone he knew Joe Namath. (I might have also asked, “what’s a remote?”) Flash forward many years to March 4 and the introduction of Paramount+. The new streaming service features incred- ible ViacomCBS content and is a perfect place to find every- thing you love to watch—dramas, comedies, news, sports, reality shows, movies, and classic shows —all in one spot. We consider this special issue of Watch to be a primer of sorts, a guide to all of the great programming streaming on Paramount+ right now, as well as a sneak preview of some of the shows coming soon.
to offer and we’d love to hear what you’re watching. Please let us know on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter! As for me, I’ll be spending some quality time with a man named Brady, his lovely lady, and six of my oldest and dearest childhood friends. Enjoy!
Rachel Clarke /Editor-in-Chief
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