EDITOR’S LETTER | SEPTEMBER / OCTOBER 2022
60 Minutes ’ Bill Whitaker in the studio with photographer Joe Pugliese
Keeps On Ticking A S WE GET OLDER, IT BECOMES MORE AND MORE common to go down the “remember when we didn’t have … ?” road. We tell our cellphone-obsessed chil- dren about answering machines, then show our parents
This fall we’ll also see the return of the smash hit Ghosts for its second season. We had a fantastic time shooting the cast and saw firsthand the magic that happens when they’re all together. Ghosts has millions of fans after just one year on air. If you’re not one already, you will be after reading our exclusive feature. Also in this issue, we give you the play-by-play of the exciting new NFL on CBS season, plus fun features on the legendary Bob Newhart and all the exciting talent on this fall’s new shows. Time will tell if any show ever matches the longevity and success of 60 Minutes . But I think great programs like Ghosts , football, CBS’s exciting new fall shows, and classic TV comedies are here to stay— and they’re also here for you to enjoy in our pages this month.
how to use Facebook, and then they tell us about having to walk to school with warm potatoes in their pockets to keep their hands toasty. (Did anyone really do that?) It’s a never-ending cycle, espe- cially as the world seems to keep changing more quickly than ever. So it’s a rare moment when something has been around long enough for multiple generations to respect, enjoy, and cherish. This year marks the 55th anniversary of 60 Minutes , and it seems unimaginable to remember Sunday nights without the award-win- ning (138 Emmys!) show featuring groundbreaking journalism, the best correspondents in the business, and that ticking stopwatch. In this issue we had the privilege to interview and photograph the incredible 60 Minutes team about how they see the past, present, and future of the show. I know you’ll enjoy hearing from them as much as I did.
Rachel Clarke /Editor-in-Chief
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SEPTEMBER / OCTOBER • 2022
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