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Akbar Gbajabiamila, Amanda Kloots, Sheryl Underwood, Jerry O’Connell, and Natalie Morales

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The Talk ’s FabFive Share theSecrets of Their Special Chemistry

FEATURES MAR APR 2022 The Talk ’s fab five: Akbar Gbajabiamila and Natalie Morales

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Chiwetel Ejiofor and Naomie Harris star in The Man Who Fell to Earth . 62 PARTY OF FIVE Meet the hosts whomake The Talk the toast of the town. 76 “THERE’S A SORT OF EVIL OUT THERE” A look back at top moments from the original Twin Peaks and The Return 84 THE ONE & ONLY There’s one thing we can all agree on: Betty White was simply the best. 92 PITCH PERFECT Kate Abdo is having a ball with CBS Sports soccer coverage.

Sheryl Underwood

Jerry O’Connell and Amanda Kloots

100 AGENT OF CHANGE Gary Cole joins the cast of NCIS .

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Twin Peaks turns 32.

Gary Cole of NCIS

CHIWETEL EJIOFOR and NAOMIE HARRIS photographed by Tayo Kuku

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Chiwetel Ejiofor and Naomie Harris

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Chiwetel Ejiofor and Naomie Harris Are Out of This

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THE TALK hosts photographed by Art Streiber in Los Angeles, December 2021

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111 PLAY Fast-forward to fun.

Akbar Gbajabiamila, Amanda Kloots, Sheryl Underwood, Jerry O’Connell, and Natalie Morales

DYNAMIC GROUP

The Talk ’s FabFive Share theSecrets of Their Special Chemistry

39 SHINE Style that slays.

GARY COLE photographed by Shayan Asgharnia in Los Angeles, December 2021

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Gary Cole

NCIS ’s Gary Cole Leads with

Grit and Gravitas COLE

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1 Ashley Zohar didn’t have to look far for inspiration when suiting up NCIS newcomer Gary Cole for our spring fashion cover story (“Agent of Change,” p. 100). As a born- and-raised Angeleno, Zohar took cues from her native Los Angeles, creating a “cool, California vibe” for the comically serious actor. Having styled editorial and red-carpet ensembles for clients for over a decade, Zohar was excited to bring her keen eye and classic taste to Cole’s menswear looks featured in Watch .

2 Specializing in portraiture, reportage, and entertainment photography, Art Streiber creates work that meets the moment. He credits the greats of the mid-20th century and his grandfather, who introduced him to photography, as early influences. For this issue, Streiber captures the palpable joy among The Talk hosts (“Party of Five,” p. 62). “Working with Akbar, Amanda, Jerry, Sheryl, and Natalie was delightful, easy, and hilarious,” says the Los Angeles–based freelance photographer. “Their collaborative energy made my job simple—just point and shoot!” Streiber’s imagery has appeared in American Photography and Communication Arts Photography annual competitions.

3 The Talk hosts exude style and personality on set and in our cover story (“Party of Five,” p. 62), thanks in no small part to costume designer Cara Giannini , who’s worked on the show for 12 years. “It was a pleasure styling the hosts for Watch ,” she says. “We highlighted them in a sophisticated black-and-white series, as well as a colorful campy series to show off their fun side!” Giannini crafts 1,100 looks per season and boasts an impressive portfolio, including a 2018 Daytime Emmy Award and six Daytime Emmy nominations.

4 TV star Gary Cole (“Agent of Change,” p. 100) provided Iranian photographer Shayan Asgharnia with the chance to do what he does best when shooting his subjects: connecting them emotionally with viewers. In addition to bringing his distinctive eye to Cole’s fashion spread, Asgharnia’s clients include The Wall Street Journal , Vanity Fair, Nike, and WWD . Asgharnia also collaborates with organizations such as the ACLU, Rescue from the Hart, and Pawsitive Change, and lives between L.A. and New York with his dog, Cher, and cat, Blueberry.

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The Talk hosts at the CBS Studio Center in L.A.; Gary Cole with Shayan Asgharnia

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exploration into the darkness we all have inside us, this little supernatural gem is one of the smartest, most relevant, and deliberately unsettling shows out there.

Chris Ross, Director of Photography: My 11-year-old lives and breathes all things soccer—he’s one-half British, so it’s in his blood. We love that P+ is the go-to network for all the games and highlights (if we missed anything). I only wish we supported the same team! Susan Pocharski, Deputy Editor: When it comes to finding a TV show that makes me and my 13-year-old son LOL, there’s no better series than Ghosts . We binge-watched it in a matter of days and became huge fans of ghosts Alberta, the flamboyant Prohibition-era jazz singer, and Revolutionary war non -hero Captain Isaac Higgintoot. Bring on Season 2! Sasha Charnin-Morrison, Style Director: CBS Sunday Morning with Jane Pauley. I miss them often ... so thankfully, P+ exists. I confess that I missed the legendary Liza Minnelli/Michael Feinstein episode, but I got to see the full segment. Why I love this show so much is I can reconnect with brilliance, facts, and smart people. I always learn something new and it allows me to block out the mediocrity that plagues all my feeds. I also take a moment ... or two ... to watch the nature spot. I do absolutely nothing but turn up the volume. It’s quiet, it’s peaceful, and beautiful.

I T’S HARD TO BELIEVE IT WAS JUST OVER A YEAR AGO THAT we created a special Paramount+ issue featuring all the diverse content available on our new streaming service—as well as a luminous Sonequa Martin-Green on the cover. Talk about perfect timing! After the year we’ve had, I’ve never been so grateful for so much great television. Watching, bingeing, and talking about shows has become a unifying comfort during what has felt like a very isolating time. This issue of Watch is a perfect example of the variety of programming on Paramount+. From the amazing cast of The Talk and handsome NCIS hero Gary Cole to The Man Who Fell to Earth’ s Naomie Harris and Chiwetel Ejiofor and soccer commentator Kate Abdo, there’s something for everyone. (And don’t forget to remem- ber the late, great Betty White by checking out some episodes of The Mary Tyler Moore Show !) I asked our Watch team to share some of their favorite things to stream on P+. Ed Mann, Creative Director: Star Trek: Discovery and Star Trek: Lower Decks. Calling all sci-fi lovers! Paramount+ is the perfect place to get your Trekkie fix. While other shows simply enter- tain their audience, shows like Discovery and Lower Decks weave together all the elements in a long-followed fable with a dedicated and educated fan base. And they succeed! Alice Ross, Photo Editor: Popcorn, pillow fort, and streaming Rumble with my 7-year-old, Hugo! We love it! Michelle Darrisaw, Assistant Editor: With Evil , I get to watch all my favorite genres (and subgenres) in one sitting—from exor- cisms and paranormal elements to drama and, oddly enough, comedy. Although the show could easily rely on its mythmaking and backlog of creepy cases to investigate, the series has taken a welcome turn into more character-driven stories. Coupled with its social commentary on what truly constitutes evil and the

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STRIKE! Get to know comedian Pete Holmes and find out what to expect when the brand new comedy How We Roll comes to CBS on March 31 at 9:30 p.m.

BELLY LAUGHS We’re jumping on the spring fever bandwagon with comedies like Key & Peele that’ll have you LOLing all night long.

WHERE EVERYBODY KNOWS YOUR NAME Cheers to all of your favorites at the beloved Boston bar.

SELFIE MASTER As host of The Late Show , Stephen Colbert has gotten some awesome star-studded shots with his guests.

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YOUNG SHELDON

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Queens of Country The fan-voted CMTMusic Awards switches over to CBS for the first time on April 11 at 8 p.m. ET. In honor of Women’s History Month, we’re singing the praises of these fierce—and fiercely talented— females of country music. BY NATE MILLADO

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LINDA GETS HER DUE Rising star Mickey Guyton paid tribute to Linda Martell —the first Black woman to perform solo at the Grand Ole Opry—by presenting the trailblazer with the CMT Equal Play Award in 2021. “I would not be standing here today without you, and none of us would be here without you, so thank you!”

MAREN GETS INTIMATE Sometimes the quietest moments make the loudest noise. When the 2020 pandemic forced the CMT Awards to pivot to pretaped performances, Maren Morris wowed with a beautifully understated acoustic rendition of “To Hell and Back.”

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CARRIE TAKES THEWHEEL

By winning her 23rd trophy in 2021—Video of the Year for her hit John Legend collab “Hallelujah”— Carrie Underwood raced away with the record for most decorated artist in CMT Music Awards history. “You’re the reason we’re all here doing what we do, doing what we love, (and) making music videos,” she thanked her die-hard fans.

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NEWDAWN FOR TANYA OG rebel Tanya Tucker took to the stage in 2019 and brought the house down with her iconic song “Delta Dawn,” with a little help from some friends: Lauren Alaina , Brandi Carlile , Deana Carter , Martina McBride , Carly Pearce , RaeLynn , and Trisha Yearwood .

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TAYLOR SEES RED

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Crossover queen Taylor Swift delivered an epic performance of “Red” in 2013 that was a little bit country, a little bit rock ’n’ roll.

REBA IS A VISIONARY

Here’s one “Fancy” artist who’s never let us down! The inaugural Johnny Cash Visionary Award went to Reba McEntire in 2004, recognizing “extraordinary musical vision, innovative and groundbreaking music videos and pioneering initiatives in entertainment.” The recipient in 2005: legendary Loretta Lynn .

LeAnn Rimes (2014)

Elle King (2016)

Kellie Pickler (2013)

Karen Fairchild (2018)

Miranda Lambert (2010)

DRESSED TO IMPRESS Some of the CMT Awards’ most head-turning moments happened off stage. Here are some of our favorite red carpet looks over the years.

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Professor Proton

click | CONNECTIONS

S4 Episode: “The Wild and Woolly World of Nonlinear Dynamics”

During an argument, Missy rips Sheldon’s autographed Arthur Jeffries poster in half. Bob Newhart’s alter ego, the host of a kids’ science show, is Sheldon’s childhood idol—and will make several appearances in TBBT.

Easter Eggs Half the fun of watching Young Sheldon is spotting nods to the mothership, The Big Bang Theory . Eagle-eyed fans: Howmany of these references do you remember?

Chalk-Worthy S3 Episode: “A Secret Letter and a Lowly Disc of Processed Meat” Sheldon’s presentation on why he should go to college looks an awful lot like his future “Fun with Flags” video series.

Wait, Was That …? S3 Episode: “Teenager Soup and a Little Ball of Fib” Some TBBT cameos are more heard than seen. When Sheldon dreads taking a swim test in gym, he’s taunted by a bacteria-infested pool during a nightmare—voiced by Kaley Cuoco.

The First Relationship Agreement S1 Episode: “Vanilla Ice Cream, Gentleman Callers, and a Dinette Set” Long before Sheldon drafted a 31-page contract after he and Amy became a thing, 10-year-old Sheldon drew up the Cooper-Sturgis-Tucker

Behavior Agreement, which set ground rules for Meemaw’s relationship with his mentor, Dr. John Sturgis.

YOUNG SHELDON

airs Thursdays at 8p.m. ET/PT on CBS and streams onParamount +

The Brainiac’s a Trainiac S1 Episode: “Pilot” Close-up on young Sheldon’s model locomotive set. “I’ve always loved trains,” says adult Sheldon, voiced by TBBT star Jim Parsons. “In fact, if my career in theoretical physics hadn’t worked out, my backup plan was to become a professional ticket taker. Or a hobo.”

“Soft Kitty” S1 Episode: “A Sneeze, Detention, and Sissy Spacek” The germaphobe’s go-to “get well”

A Catchphrase Is Born

S2 Episode: “A Stunted Childhood and a Can of Fancy Mixed Nuts” The boy genius visits a novelty shop and learns about a line of prank products. The tagline? “If it’s funny, it’s a Bazinga!”

lullaby was first sung by his mother, Mary, after Sheldon contracted a cold.

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Blast fromthePast Nostalgic for the ’90s? You’re not alone. (There’s even the first-ever ’90s CON going on in March.) Here’s the 411: Paramount+ has all your faves from the beloved era. How rad is that? So bust out the baggy jeans, crank up the Spice Girls, and stream these 18 series that defined a decade. BY NATE MILLADO

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Moesha Moe to the, E to the … R&B superstar Brandy blazed trails for Black sitcoms, tackling topical issues like teen pregnancy and race relations through the lens of an independent (sometimes headstrong) teenager. And Moesha’s signature style—bold prints, monochrome, athleisure— still influences fashion choices 25 years later.

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Melrose Place Sure, you’ll get whiplash trying to track who’s bedding and blackmailing whom. (Exhibit A: Michael cheats on Jane with Kimberly— then has an affair with Sydney, who is Jane’s sister.) But this was peak primetime soap, folks: poolside catfights, shady one-liners, over- the-top storylines, dramatic door slams—and even more dramatic electric guitar riffs. Beavis and Butt-Head (Heh-heh-heh. We said “butt.”) The juvenile couch dwellers loved metal music videos and moronic jokes but somehow became the voice of a generation. Diametrically opposite from the dimwitted duo was the spinoff series Daria , about a smart, sardonic high school outsider who

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Beverly Hills, 90210 The zip code that launched a thousand teen dramas—and divided fans into Team Kelly or Team Brenda. So many “very spe- cial episodes” peppered

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throughout its 10-year run: Eat- ing disor- ders, drugs, homophobia, and more.

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Wings First-class comedy courtesy of then-unknowns Tim Daly and Steven Weber as estranged bros who reunite to run a commuter airline in Nantucket. The kooky cast at Sandpiper Air included pre-fame Tony Shalhoub and Thomas Haden Church.

just can’t even with

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Doug Wildly imaginative Doug Funnie navigates adolescence (and a new hometown) with the help of his green bestie, Skeeter; his crush, Patti Mayonnaise; and his loyal pup, Porkchop.

Twin Peaks Who killed Laura

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Palmer? In this genre- bending mystery, FBI agent Dale Cooper investigates the murder of a high school homecoming queen. If you’re into quirky characters and surreal dream sequences, Twin Peaks is your kind of town.

The Real World It’s hard to believe there ever was a real world before The Real World , given the omnipresence of reality TV. This true story of seven strangers living in a loft in New York City is a compelling time capsule of the early ’90s.

Sabrina the Teenage Witch

Somehow Melissa Joan Hart conjured up another iconic role in the ’90s, as a bewitching teen with a wisecracking cat and spellbinding aunts.

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Clarissa Explains It All

The seminal Saturday night sitcom had it all: an infectious theme song (“na-na, na-na- na-na”), loud fashion, a pet alligator, and an immensely likable lead in Melissa Joan Hart, who often broke the fourth wall to explain boys, bullying, and Pearl Jam.

All That SNL for a Nick audience: The sketch comedy introduced us to Good Burger and Superdude, and notable alumni like Nick Cannon, Amanda Bynes, and Kenan Thompson.

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Legends of the Hidden Temple

Every ’90s kid dreamt of competing in this Indiana Jones –inspired game show, where six colorfully named teams tested their brains and brawn for a shot at the Temple Run to retrieve an artifact.

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Hey Dude A motley crew (Brad! Melody! Ted!) spends their summer work- ing at the Bar None for ranch owner Mr. Ernst. Thankfully, we have yet to run into any man- eating jackrabbits or killer cacti.

Rugrats The world according to tots! Adventure-minded babies Tommy, Chuckie, Phil, and Lil get into some serious shenanigans— all while terrorized by one of the era’s greatest villains: 3-year-old Angelica.

Sister, Sister Double the fun with real-life twins Tia and Tamera Mowry, who play separated-at- birth adoptees who just happen to run into each other one day.

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Frasier The Cheers spinoff—which followed the neurotic psychiatrist turned radio host Frasier Crane from Boston to Seattle—became one of the most beloved sitcoms of all time, thanks to Frasier’s sibling rivalry with his persnickety brother, Niles, and an epic will-they-or- won’t-they romance between Niles and Daphne.

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Are You Afraid of the Dark?

Submitted for the approval of the Midnight Society … some truly terrifying tales told ’round the campfire.

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Family Tree Hard to believe when JAG premiered in 1995, the Top Gun -meets- A Few Good Men legal drama would spawn decades’ worth of hit CBS shows. In fact, a lot of your faves today have deep roots in past hits. Check out how they’re all related.

Catch them all on CBS or stream them on Paramount+

JAG (1995)

NCIS (2003)

NCIS: Hawai’i (2021)

NCIS: Los Angeles (2009)

NCIS: New Orleans (2014)

CSI (2000)

FBI (2018)

CSI: Miami (2002)

CSI: Cyber (2015)

CSI: Vegas (2021)

FBI: Most Wanted (2020)

FBI: International (2021)

The Good Wife (2009)

The Good Fight (2017)

The Big Bang Theory (2007)

Young Sheldon (2017)

CSI: NY (2004)

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After the Island Survivor will crown another winner when Season 42 premieres March 9. But if you’ve ever wondered what happened to some fan favorites, you’ll be happy to know they’ve been thriving and surviving post-show. BY NATE MILLADO

Ethan Zohn

Tony Vlachos

Rob Mariano Then: Host Jeff Probst calls him “one of the most entertaining and best players of all time.” Boston Rob’s résumé speaks for itself:

Parvati Shallow

Yul kwon

Sandra Diaz- Twine

Then: The ex–pro soccer player won Survivor: Africa , invested some of his million- dollar prize into founding Grassroot Soccer, and appeared in All-Stars and Winners at War . Now: Zohn beat cancer twice and married interior designer Lisa Heywood.

Then: The second

Then: The four- time Survivor competitor won Micronesia thanks to her “Black Widow Brigade” all-girls alliance. Now: The life coach and mom opened a wellness center in Santa Monica. She also co-wrote a children’s book called Om the Otter .

Then: Praised for his smart and strategic gameplay, Kwon became the franchise’s first Asian American winner for taking home the title in Cook Islands . Now: The former lawyer went on to work on the Obama campaign, then at the Federal Communications Commission, before landing a gig hosting a PBS miniseries called America Revealed . He recently returned

Then: Claiming the title of Sole Survivor in Pearl Islands and Heroes vs. Villains made her the first two-time winner. Now: You’d think after five appearances on U.S. Survivor , Diaz-Twine would be happy to retire her crown. But you can’t keep a queen down— she recently competed in Australian Survivor: Blood vs. Water alongside her daughter!

person to win Survivor twice ( Cagayan and Winners at War ) also won the most cash ($3 million). Now: The Jersey boy returned to his job as a police officer, raising two kids with his wife, Marissa—also a cop.

He competed in Marquesas ,

All-Stars , Heroes vs. Villains , and Winners at War ; mentored on Island of the Idols ; and won Redemption Island . Now: Mariano has four daughters with wife—and fellow Sole Survivor— Amber Brkich.

to tech, first at Facebook and then Google.

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Best of Spring Fashion

Balmain

Good Sam ’s SOPHIA BUSH in Stella McCartney

Stella McCartney

From highlighter bright yellow to mini-skirted suits, here’s the ultimate guide to this season’s freshest looks.

Altuzarra

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Petit Kouraj bag, $320, farfetch.com

Think: carwash, modern, movement.

Chloé

Riverdale ’s LILI ReInHART in Oscar de la Renta

GODDESS DRAPING

Alaïa

Think: drape, texture, hiding flaws and that extra latte macchiatto.

Rick Owens

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LIQUID METALLICS Think: high-impact shine, shimmer, thermometer mercury.

Norma Kamali robe, $295, net-a-porter.com

Guilty Party ’s KATe BeCKInSALe in Valentina Shaw, L’Afshar

bag, Olgana Paris shoes

Paul & Joe

Riverdale ’s MADeLAIne PeTSCH in Michelle Mason

MIDRIFF

Think: Britney Spears, abs and boobs, Crunch membership.

Tom Ford

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Rodarte

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Giambattisa Valli

Jil Sander

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SHIne | TRENDING

Pretty Little Thing, $42, prettylittlething.us

Chloé

STRIPES Think: zebras, candy canes, barbershop poles.

Tory Burch

Brandon Maxwell

Prada

Love Island ’s ARIeLLe

VAnDenBeRG in a Balmain dress and Schutz shoes

B Positive ’s AnnALeIGH

ASHFORD in Topshop

David Koma

Jil Sander

Chloé

HIGHLIGHTER YELLOW

Richard Quinn

Think: neon, limes, and CliffsNotes.

Christian Dior

Michael Kors

Valentino

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Dynasty ’s eLIZABeTH GILLIeS in Moschino

Michael Kors

Venus boucle skirt set, $69, venus.com

Chanel

Bottega Veneta

Christian Dior

TWISTED TRENCH

Think: Belle de Jour , Inspector Clouseau, London Fog.

MINISKIRT SUIT Think: OG Fallon Carrington, legs, pretending you’re European.

Wolf & Badger Figura trench coat, $485, wolfandbadger.com

The Good Fight ’s CHRISTIne BARAnSKI in Alexandre Vauthier

Burberry

Loewe

Peter Do

Black Monday ’s ReGInA HALL in a Kate Spade Icon trench and Stuart Weitzman boots

Carolina Herrera

WHITES

Think: purity, flawlessness, and Nancy Pelosi.

House of CB, $89, houseofcb.com

Alexander McQueen

Erdem

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shine | THE LOOK

DOUBLEWINGS If you can draw a feline flick on your lash line, you can master double wings, says Sesnek. Bonus: It looks extra chic peeking out from behind cat-eye glasses. Draw liner along your upper lid, then make a small flick outward. To create a second wing, line the outer third of your bottom lash line and extend it into another flick that’s parallel to the first. TRY IT: L’Oréal Paris Lineur Intense Brush Tip Liquid Eyeliner, $8 , target.com

Eye Candy

Bold neon eyes. Gilded eyelids. Double-winged liner. Mask or no mask, this season’s strongest looks put the emphasis on eyes. Makeup artist Robert Sesnek tells us how to master the looks. BY MEIRAV DEVASH

METALLICWASH “This look is simple but very effective,” says Sesnek, “and really easy to do.” Using a brush or your clean finger, apply a creammetallic eyeshadow at the lash line and blend outward. For a concentrated liquid-metal effect, layer a metallic powder shadow on top. TRY IT: Tom Ford Cream and Powder Eyeshadow Duo in Naked Bronze, $65, tomford.com

ETCHED LINER The secret to exaggerated anime- esque eyes is confidence and a felt-tip eyeliner.

’60s LIDS “I love the mod ’60s look for lids,” says Sesnek. To get the look, concentrate green shadow at the center of the lid and blend up toward the browbone. Use liquid or gel eyeliner to line the lids from the inner corner to the outer corner, then draw a wing at a 45-degree angle. To smooth and perfect the line, go over it again—from the outer corner to the tip of the wing— with eyeliner. TRY IT: L’Oréal Paris Infallible 24HR Eye Shadow in Golden Emerald, $10, cvs.com

Draw a frame around the eye roughly mirroring the eye’s shape. Sketch lower lashes on the bottom edge and apply false lashes to the top lids. Afraid of messing up? Sesnek’s advice: Lightly sketch the shape you want with an eye pencil, then trace over it with liquid liner. (Hot tip: Pointed cotton swabs are your shortcut to crisp lines.) TRY IT: Haus Laboratories Liquid Eye-Lie-Ner, $20, hauslabs.com

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PASTEL SHADOW “Whether it’s a wash of color or a graphic look, pastels are modern, soft, and very on-trend right now,” Sesnek says. For this ethereal winged look, use a brush and gel liner or a creamy pencil liner to draw color from the inner corner all the way across the lash line. Then flick it out slightly, stopping no higher than the crease. Clean up any smudges with a pointed cotton swab dipped in micellar water. TRY IT: NYX Professional Makeup Jumbo Eye Pencil in Macaroon, $5, nyxcosmetics.com

MOONLIT SMOKE “A cut crease gives luminous smokey eyes more shape and drama,” says Sesnek, brand ambassador for Catrice Cosmetics. Apply a light, shimmery shade to the inner corners and along the lash line, create a crease with a transition color, and blend a darker shade from the crease up toward the brow bone. Bring the look together by smudging a bit of color under the eyes, too.

NEON STREAKS For the most intense color payoff, Sesnek suggests using a long-wearing pencil or cream shadow to lay down the shade. (A liner and smudge brush are the most effective way, he says.) Top with a matching shadow to turn the drama up to 11. TRY IT: M•A•C Chromaline in Hi-Def Cyan, $22 , and Eye Shadow in Triennial Wave, $19, maccosmetics.com

TRY IT: Catrice Cosmetics Pro Neon Earth Slim

Eyeshadow Palette, $13, catricecosmetics.com

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Bianco boots, Isabel Marant earrings. 11. Dior dress, Paula Cademartori shoes, Neil Lane jewelry. 12. Dior jumpsuit. 13. Thai Nguyen halter top and trousers. 14. Elisabetta Franchi dress, Sam Edelman shoes, Lee Savage clutch, Jennifer Fisher

earrings. 15. Simona Corsellini suit. 16. Atelier Guarin top, Nonie pants, Biko earrings. 17. Rachel Comey jumpsuit. 18. Hudson’s Bay top, Paige jeans, L’Intervalle shoes. 19. Adam Selman dress and neckpiece, Beladora ring. 20. Narces jumpsuit, Stuart Weitzman shoes. 21. Tomé Design Salon dress. 22. Faith Connexion Collection dress, Jimmy Choo C/O Off White pumps. 23. Vintage bustier, Dylan Lex earrings. 24. St. John dress, YSL shoes, braids by nik nak does hair Nela Beauty Salon. 25. Georges Chakra Couture

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SHINE | YOU’VE GOT MALE

Dopp Stars Throw away your toothpaste-covered toiletry bag. It’s time to travel in style. BY SASHA CHARNIN MORRISON

LOUIS VUITTON dopp kit toilet pouch, $940, us.louisvuitton.com

HERSCHEL Chapter travel

kit in night camo, $35, herschel.com

SAINT LAURENT croc effect zip wash bag, $595, farfetch.com

BRUNELLO CUCINELLI

leather-trimmed suede wash bag, $1,075, brunello.com

TOM FORD pebble-grain leather wash bag, $1,690, mrporter.com

TOOLETRIES KOBY army green bag, $40, tooletries.com

CHRISTIAN LOUBOUTIN

studded full-grain leather wash bag, $790, mrporter.com

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EDITORS’ FAVORITES | SHINE

Shine of the Times The future is looking bright with a new spectrum of mega frosts and shimmer for eyes, lips, nails, hair bling, skin, and to dust your décolletage. These are lightweight colors that stick around and last. The look is glossy, not greasy. Here’s a roundup of spring’s most covetable.

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tomford.com . 6. BYREDO Amber in Furs shimmering nude lipstick, $42, nordstrom.com . 7. EMI JAY Big Effing

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SHINE | STYLE FILE

INSTANT UPGRADE

DREW’S NECKLACE I saw this on Drew Barrymore and felt that the Squash Blossom neckpiece might have to be had. I have decided these pieces will be my go-tos all season to instantly dress an outfit up or down. I love statement pieces, as well as modern, silver danglers. Here is one of the best: Chanour Jewelry necklace in a very modern silver version. $65, chanour.com

Casa de Sasha

SECRET STAPLE

IT’S A CINCH

This season I am reintroducing myself to various parts of

my body, starting with my waist. I am on a mission to skip Coolspa Sculpting and whittle my waist for spring. Besides stretching and crunches, I am also buying belts. Old, new, and wide to keep it all together. I spotted so many on the street this fall, I think it’s time. Favorite: Free People’s wide super cincher in midnight, $58, freepeople.com

Our style director’s guide to all things fashion BY SASHA CHARNIN MORRISON

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WHAT’S A SCHIAPARELLI? Legendary designer Elsa Schiaparelli’s name is on almost everyone’s lips. Say it with me: SKAP-e-REL-ee.

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BOOTIE-LISH For a smooth, seasonless transition, try: the flattest cowboy boot, the stacked high heel, and a lug sole boot. 1. Isabel Marant Denvee boots, $875, netaporter.com . 2. Magnanni Lola

OTT style. She designed between two world wars and was heavily influenced by the surrealist movement in art and by artists/collaborators Salvador Dalí and

boots, $495, magnanni.com . 3. Simon Miller boots, $670, revolve.com

Jean Cocteau. “For me, dress designing is not a profession but an art,” she said. Daniel Roseberry, the new creative director of Schiaparelli, has dressed everyone from Adele on her CBS special to Lady Gaga. We love his return to elegance, grandness, and humor, which has been missing on a milk carton in fashion.

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Chiwetel Ejiofor and Naomie Harris explore alien territory in SHOWTIME’s The Man Who Fell to Earth . By Oliver Jones

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THEMANWHO FELL TO EARTH airs Sundays at 10p.m. ET/PT on SHOWTIME

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“It may have echoes of and certain similarities to what came before, but it is also something all its own.” —CHIWETEL EJIOFOR

HAT IF THERE WERE LIFE ON ANOTHER PLANET and they were just as desperate for connection and concerned about their future as we are? That idea, first explored in a 1963 novel by Walter Tevis, and then in 1976 in the popular head trip of a sci-fi movie starring the late, great David Bowie, gets an update for our age of technology and isolation in SHOW- TIME’s new drama The Man Who Fell to Earth . Starring Oscar nominee Chiwetel Ejiofor ( 12 Years a Slave ) as the titular character who arrives on Earth frantic to save his own planet while carry- ing dire warnings about the state of his new one, the show is a fable about hope at a pivotal moment in human history. To complete his mission, the alienmust teamup with Justin, played by Oscar nominee Naomie Harris ( Moonlight ), a struggling single momwhose background as a fusion energy scientist may be the key to survival for the two planets.

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Ejiofor and Harris. We sat down with the two stars to talk about their very different approaches to their job, their hopes and con- cerns about their home planet, and how David Bowie, the original starman, served as a guiding force over the whole project. You are both hugely in-demand actors. What was it that made you want to tell this particular story at this point in your lives? What were you trying to get off your chest? CE: I was quite intrigued by the idea of reapproaching this mate- rial. The 1976 David Bowie film directed by Nicolas Roeg is a truly great film! It’s very strange and surreal—a real trip down the rabbit hole. Then they sent me the script and found I just couldn’t put it down. Really, it was simple as that. They had managed to take the original concept from the film and expand it into this universe and into this place and into these themes that felt really immediate, relevant, and very human.

“There is a huge pull of loneliness in this show,” says Jenny Lumet, who developed the series with Alex Kurtzman. (The pair also worked as creators and executive producers of Star Trek: Strange New Worlds. ) “I know I often feel alone in my own country, and many of us feel alone on our own planet. This is a story about the two loneliest people in the universe forging a connection.” Part comedy, as the visitor learns how to navigate the social norms of his new home, and part environmental wake-up call, The Man Who Fell to Earth is like nothing else currently on television, which was exactly the idea. “It’s rare to watch a show or a movie that makes you go, ‘I just don’t know where this is going,’” says Kurtzman, who also serves as a creator and an executive producer of Star Trek: Discovery and Star Trek: Picard . “That’s a wonderful gift to give an audience, and it was our goal to achieve that experience here. It all adds up in the end, but the way we get there is through so many very strange tributar- ies that you would never expect and won’t be able to predict. That was a really fun journey.” It was just this sense of unpredictability that attracted A-listers

NH: For me, there were so many themes in the show, but the one that I connected most with was the urgent need to take heed of the

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himself! Those are all performances that have given us a sense of what this feels like, of what this texture feels like. How can someone approach this again and find something unique? I became really interested in trying to find out what was specific to this expe- rience. What is specific about this alien and how does it relate to some of the things that perhaps you yourself have felt, the things that are unique to you, that belong to you alone? In combining those two ele- ments you come up with something that inevitably feels different. It may have echoes of and certain simi- larities to what came before, but it is also something all its own. Naomie, you play a character who is a great mom and a terrific caretaker for her father, but she has turned her back on her own genius as a fusion energy scien- tist. What was your entry point on that? NH: To me, my character, Justin, represents the high-

“This is a story about the two

fact that our planet is perilously close to no longer being our planet. If we continue to abuse it in the way that we have, it will no longer be ours. This is a story of someone who has come to save his own planet and in doing so gives a warning to humanity that they have little time left to really turn things around and not have the same disaster that he had. I really connected with that. CE: That’s one of the great things about science fic- tion. It can allow us the distance to really take a look at things as they are and also things that scare us. I play a character who is coming from a planet that

loneliest people in the universe forging a connection.” —JENNY LUMET

has experienced devastation and is arriving on Earth to say, “Listen, I can’t tell you exactly what’s going to happen, but I’m letting you know this is what happened to us. So beware.” What’s the key to playing an alien, Chiwetel? CE: When you read the script and start the process, you become intimidated, because people have already done this incredibly well. There’s Jeff Bridges in Starman and Joe Morton in The Brother from Another Planet and, of course, David Bowie. Let’s not forget E.T.

est ideal of what it is to be human. She represents the power of cre- ativity as well as that tremendous sacrificial love—the ability to put others first. I feel like she is the emotional anchor of the piece. She is the way in. She is the one everyone can relate to—not everyone can relate to an alien! Justin is the doorway in for the audience. As our proxy, she carries the weight of the whole narrative on the show. Was that daunting? NH: When you put it like that, it sounds absolutely terrifying! I just tried to keep the focus on her individual journey.

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“It’s rare to watch a show or a movie that makes you go, ‘I just don’t know where this is going.’” —ALEX KURTZMAN

Do you guys have a similar approach to acting? NH: Not at all! Chiwetel and I work in very differ- ent ways. He likes rehearsal and wants to have a lot of conversations about the material. I am totally different in that I don’t like any of that. For me, it’s all about the emotions. I just want to go inward and find the truth for myself. So we came at it in completely different ways. I hope it doesn’t show! I hope that, ultimately, we get to the same place. We are always aiming for that point of truth and con- nection. That is all that matters and not what your process is to get there. CE: Yes, it was two different approaches, but it also represents two very different characters. Mine reflected my character’s nature: He is scientific, analytical. Her nature is as more of a maverick, like her character. Naomie bringing all of her intelligence, all of her liveliness, into a moment is electrifying. It’s great responding to that in the moment and just playing with her. We never tried to sit in each other’s rhythms. Instead, we were discovering where we sat together.

get back to my heart. I am always just looking for that emotional truth. That’s what is most important to me and that is who I am as a person. Chiwetel as a person is very cerebral. The way we are as people completely works for our characters on this show. Clearly, they cast this very well! This show is inspired by a David Bowie film, and each episode is named after one of his songs. Why was honoring him such an integral part of telling this story? CE: Bowie is an extraordinary figure who is beloved and deeply missed. Part of the attraction of doing this was to celebrate him and what he stood for. Even people

Ejiofor behind the scenes with co-showrunner Alex Kurtzman

NH: That is so true! My character is all pure emotion while his is pure intellect. That describes my process, too: I always want to

who have never seen the film know that David Bowie is the man who fell to Earth! He carried an otherworldly dignity and grace

and, of course, a musical skill and acumen that was unmatched and irreplaceable. So, before you do anything else, you want to pay tribute to him, the legacy of who he was, what he stood for, and what he stood against. He was a unique fig- ure on the cultural landscape, and it was important and necessary to not just acknowledge that but also feature it. NH: It was really wonderful to see so many people who worked on the show who are such huge fans of his and really dedicated themselves to making sure that he was a guiding light over the whole project. They made sure that you could feel his influence in all aspects of this. CE: Hopefully Bowie aficionados will be moved by it, but we also wanted to be meaningful to those who only know bits and pieces of his legacy.

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