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Here's some of the season's most wanted that would be perfect for Alexander Skarsgård from the CBS All Access original series The Stand.

The Stand premieres Thursday, Dec. 17 exclusively on CBS All Access.

A pair of Bose audio sunglasses and a silver necklace against a yellow background.

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Bose Rondo 49.5mm audio sunglasses, $199. Le Gramme 34/10ths sterling silver necklace, $205.

A bottle of cologne and a tie-died jersey against a yellow background.

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Frederic Malle cologne Indélébile eau de parfum—orange bossom absolute & white musk 100ml, $255,. Nike tie-dyed loopback cotton-blend jersey hoodie, $75.

A black and white flannel sherpa jacket and a pair of suede slippers against a yellow background.

Photo Credit: Old Navy, Magnanni.

Old Navy wool sherpa jacket, $80. Magnanni Heston Musgo suede house slippers, $250.

The Stand premieres Thursday, Dec. 17 exclusively on CBS All Access.

Photography by Jeff Lipsky. Styled by Ashley Zohar.


As L.A. Superior Court Judge Lola Carmichael on All Rise, CBS' hit legal drama, Simone Missick is all about heart, humor, and just a touch of comic klutziness.

But there's more to Missick than somber black robes, and to celebrate the show's success, For the November-December 2019 issue, Watch summoned stylist Ashley Zohar to kick her honor's wardrobe into high-glam gear, then captured the evidence through the lens of photographer Jeff Lipsky. Scroll to witness all the gorgeous photos!

Watch all-new episodes of All Rise on Mondays at 9/8c on CBS and CBS All Access

Simone Missick is a study in contrasts

All Rise star Simone Missick wears a patterned paisley top with long beaded earings.

Top by Elie Mae. Earrings by APM Monaco.

Photography by Jeff Lipsky. Styled by Ashley Zohar.

If viewers catch a whiff of Ally McBeal in character Judge Lola Carmichael, the resemblance is deliberate. "I grew up loving these shows that had fast-paced characters who think fast and speak even faster," Simone Missick tells Watch in her November-December 2019 cover story. "This is a woman who's strong and capable, yet flawed and clumsy."

Star quality

All Rise star Simone Missick wears white dress with a black texture pattern.

Dress by Ronny Kobo. Earrings and Ring (left) by Melinda Maria. Ring (right), Missick's own.

Photography by Jeff Lipsky. Styled by Ashley Zohar.

Simone Missick, who grew up in Detroit, notes the level of self-confidence that was instilled "in a community where people embraced me for who I was." That confidence, she says, "is something that all the characters I keep coming into contact with have."

Interesting premise

All Rise star Simone Missick wears vintage sunglasses and jeweled hoop earings and a rough woven plaid coat.

Dress by Rebecca Vallance. Coat by Ellie Mae Studios. Earrings by Melinda Maria. Sunglasses by Dior.

Photography by Jeff Lipsky. Styled by Ashley Zohar.

Fun fact: Aside from the cases of the week, All Rise explores the foibles and personal lives of the judges and attorneys who inhabit the courthouse each day.

Destined for coolness

All Rise star Simone Missick wears a white and yellow floral dress with an oversized purple faux fur jacket.

Top by Elliatt. Jacket by RtA. Earrings by Melinda Maria. Ring by APM Monaco.

Photography by Jeff Lipsky. Styled by Ashley Zohar.

Simone Missick rose to acting prominence while starring on Marvel's Luke Cage as Misty Knight, a New York cop whose amputated arm is replaced with a superpower-fueled bionic one.

Multi-textured persona

All Rise star Simone Missick wears an embroidered jacket in a garishly reflective tiled corner.

Suit by Winonah. Top by Zara. Shoes by Aldo. Earrings by COS. Ring by APM Monaco.

Photography by Jeff Lipsky. Styled by Ashley Zohar.

Because All Rise is so nuanced, says Simone Missick, she often gets to portray a wide variety of emotions in one scene. "We have comedy and we have drama in the same moment. I think those are the things that make this show stand out."

Time of her life

All Rise star Simone Missick wears white dress with a black texture pattern.

Dress by Ronny Kobo. Earrings and Ring (left) by Melinda Maria. Ring (right), Missick's own.

Photography by Jeff Lipsky. Styled by Ashley Zohar.

"For me it's like Christmas every day when I come to work," Simone Missick says. Having studied theater in school, she explains, All Rise "is the show that's the closest that we're going to get to it in primetime television."

Role models

All Rise star Simone Missick wears a sheer purple and patterned dress.

Dress by Eckhaus Latta. Earrings by Melinda Maria. Ring, Missick's own.

Photography by Jeff Lipsky. Styled by Ashley Zohar.

After graduating from Howard University, Simone Missick attended a British American Drama Academy program in Oxford, England, where she studied under such luminaries as Alan Rickman and Ben Kingsley.

The bright side

All Rise star Simone Missick wears a white and yellow floral dress with an oversized purple faux fur jacket.

Top by Elliatt. Jacket by RtA. Earrings by Melinda Maria. Ring (left) by APM Monaco; Ring (right), Missick's own.

Photography by Jeff Lipsky. Styled by Ashley Zohar.

Simone Missick met her future husband, actor Dorian Missick, at an audition in 2009, and the two married in 2012. "I didn't get the job but I got the man, so I'm good," she laughs in her November-December 2019 Watch cover story.

Cloaked in character

All Rise star Simone Missick wears vintage sunglasses and a rough woven plaid coat.

Coat by Ellie Mae Studios. Earrings by Melinda Maria. Sunglasses by Dior.

Photography by Jeff Lipsky. Styled by Ashley Zohar.

Simone Missick was so committed to the success of All Rise, that she created a biographical "bible" of sorts for her character Lola, that contained a career and family backstory. Not all of her family ideas were in synch with the show's writers, she shares in a recent Watch! cover story, but it was a testament to her dedication nonetheless.

Shades of the past

All Rise star Simone Missick wears a white and yellow floral dress with an oversized purple faux fur jacket.

Top and skirt by Elliatt. Jacket by RtA. Shoes by Tamara Mellon. Earrings by Melinda Maria. Ring by APM Monaco.

Photography by Jeff Lipsky. Styled by Ashley Zohar.

When Luke Cage ended, Simone Missick taped an audition from her basement and landed on Netflix once again, this time as seasoned bounty hunter Trepp on the sci-fi series Altered Carbon, set 400 years in the future.

Simone Missick gets reflective

All Rise star Simone Missick wears a blue paisley top and black sequined skirt.

Top by Elie Mae. Skirt by Roseanna. Shoes by Aldo. Earrings by APM Monaco. Ring, Missick's own.

Photography by Jeff Lipsky. Styled by Ashley Zohar.

"Thank God for Shonda Rhimes and Kerry Washington and Viola Davis. Had it not been for Kerry, and Viola with her Oscar showing you what was what, we would not have these opportunities," says Simone Missick of her chance, as an African American woman, to lead a primetime network TV series.

So many mentors

All Rise star Simone Missick wears a sheer purple and patterned dress.

Dress by Eckhaus Latta. Earrings by Melinda Maria.

Photography by Jeff Lipsky. Styled by Ashley Zohar.

To prepare for her role as Lola Carmichael, Simone Missick tells Watch!, she studied up on Ruth Bader Ginsberg, as well as the fiery and recently retired Wayne County, Michigan circuit court judge Vonda Evans.

Breaking down barriers

All Rise star Simone Missick wears an embroidered jacket and pants in a garishly reflective tiled corner.

Suit by Winonah. Top by Zara. Shoes by Aldo. Earrings by COS. Ring by APM Monaco.

Photography by Jeff Lipsky. Styled by Ashley Zohar.

Thanks to the 2019 midterms, which saw 19 African American women elected to Houston-area judiciary posts, All Rise is feeling especially current, says Simone Missick. "We have never seen a black woman on TV like this, and I relish being able to do it."

READ MORE: Get A Tour Of Simone Missick's Hometown Of Detroit

Watch all-new episodes of All Rise on Mondays at 9/8c on CBS and CBS All Access

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Photography by Marc Baptiste. Styled by Rhonda Spies.


Former professional dancer and The Talk host Carrie Ann Inaba brings her grace and good humor to Daytime television—and this ultra glam fashion photo shoot.

Watch teamed up with photographer Marc Baptiste and stylist Rhonda Spies to capture her at her most magnificent at the equally elegant The Theatre at Ace Hotel in downtown Los Angeles for the July-August 2019 issue of Watch. The gorgeous results are right on pointe.

Scroll through to see these breathtaking portraits of the captivating star!

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Carrie Ann Inaba has the gift of the gab

Carrie Ann Inaba looks over her shoulder at the camera

Dress by Tom Ford. Shoes by Giuseppe Zanotti. Clutch by Masaki Matsuka. Vintage earrings by Versace from Entre Nous Showroom. Rings by State Property and Nancy Newberg.

Photography by Marc Baptiste. Styled by Rhonda Spies.

The Talk host Carrie Ann Inaba loves deep conversations. "I have the shortest attention span if I'm not talking about something real," she dishes to Watch for the July-August 2019 issue.

She stands out from the crowd

Carrie Ann Inaba on a staircase with ballerinas

Gown by Talbot Runhof. Rings by Norman Silverman. Earrings by Vianna.

Photography by Marc Baptiste. Styled by Rhonda Spies.

Carrie Ann Inaba's impressive dance resume includes a featured role on The Girlie Show World Tour (1993) for Madonna.

All eyes on Carrie Ann Inaba

Carrie Ann Inaba looks over her shoulder on a red carpet

Dress by Tom Ford. Vintage earrings by Versace from Entre Nous Showroom.

Photography by Marc Baptiste. Styled by Rhonda Spies.

We can't help but stare at this red carpet stunner.

Carrie Ann Inaba is a Fly Girl

Carrie Ann Inaba in a flowing pink dress

Dress by RC Caylan Atelier. Shoes by Casadei. Rings by Norman Silverman, Mindi Mond, and APM Monaco. Bracelet and earrings by Lafonn Jewelry.

Photography by Marc Baptiste. Styled by Rhonda Spies.

She danced with Jennifer Lopez as one of the original Fly Girls on the hit 90s show In Living Color.

Stage presence

Carrie Ann Inaba sits in a chair on stage among ballerinas

Dress by JC Obando from Albright Fashion Library LA. Shoes by Gianvito Rossi. Rings by Bridget King Jewelry and Vianna. Earrings by Bridget King Jewelry.

Photography by Marc Baptiste. Styled by Rhonda Spies.

For Carrie Ann Inaba, dance has always held a deeper meaning—growing up in Hawaii, she also danced hula, which is a cultural form of dance that's all about telling stories.

She has perfect poise

Carrie Ann Inaba in an evening gown

Dress by Retrofête. Earrings, ring, and bracelet by Eriness Jewelry.

Photography by Marc Baptiste. Styled by Rhonda Spies.

Carrie Ann Inaba didn't let disappointment stand in her way. Though she was bummed that she didn't get the host spot back when Aisha Tyler left the show—it went to Eve—she went to the producers and told them "If you ever need somebody to fill in, please call me" and meant it.

That professional communication proved a good experience and career move, because she got asked to guest host, and when the timing was right, to join The Talk.

Something to talk about

A diptych showing Carrie Ann Inaba in a sleeveless dress

Gown by Steven Khalil. Rings by Norman Silverman. Earrings by Cirari.

Photography by Marc Baptiste. Styled by Rhonda Spies.

Carrie Ann Inaba has a strong bond with The Talk co-hosts Eve, Sheryl Underwood, and Sharon Osbourne.

Share a snack and a chat with Carrie Ann Inaba

Carrie Ann Inaba eating popcorn in a theater seat

Dress by Maria Lucia Hohan. Shoes by Aldo. Rings by Nancy Newberg. Earrings by Anna Sheffield.

Photography by Marc Baptiste. Styled by Rhonda Spies.

Carrie Ann Inaba doesn't shy away from sharing personal stories, telling Watch "That's the whole point of shows like The Talk. We're not supposed to be doing life alone."

Lady in red

Carrie Ann  Inaba in a red evening gown

Dress by Retrofête. Shoes by Aldo. Earrings, ring, and bracelet by Eriness Jewelry.

Photography by Marc Baptiste. Styled by Rhonda Spies.

Even a venue as stunning as The Theatre at Ace Hotel is no match for Carrie Ann Inaba's glamour.

Carrie Ann Inaba shines bright

Carrie Ann Inaba curtsies on a stage in an evening gown

Gown by Steven Khalil. Rings by Norman Silverman. Earrings by Cirari.

Photography by Marc Baptiste. Styled by Rhonda Spies.

She steals the show in this stunning gown by Steven Khalil.

Disco dreams

Carrie Ann Inaba reclines on a theater seat

Shoes by Aldo. Rings by Nancy Newberg. Earrings by Anna Sheffield.

Photography by Marc Baptiste. Styled by Rhonda Spies.

Carrie Ann Inaba is a shimmering goddess in this gold lamé dress by Maria Lucia Hohan.

Ready for her close-up

Carrie Ann Inaba applies lipstick in a mirror

Dress by Retrofete. Earrings by Eriness. Ring by Vianna.

Photography by Marc Baptiste. Styled by Rhonda Spies.

This gorgeously glam photo shoot with Carrie Ann Inaba certainly gives us something to talk about.

Star quality

Carrie Ann Inaba poses on one leg against a backdrop

Dress by Alessandra Rich from Armarium. Shoes by Neil J. Rodgers. Rings by VTse, APM Monaco, and Norman Silverman. Earrings by APM Monaco.

Photography by Marc Baptiste. Styled by Rhonda Spies.

Carrie Ann Inaba's talent was apparent early on—at her mother's urging, she started taking dance classes in elementary school.

Originally published in Watch Magazine, July-August 2019.

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Photography by Tom Corbett. Styled by Nadia Rath.


Despite the ice queen accoutrements in this dreamy winter wonderland photo shoot, Missy Peregrym radiates warmth. At once vulnerable and erudite, the FBI star reflects on the hard-won lessons that brought her from beachy Los Angeles to gritty New York City.

Swipe through these striking portraits captured by Tom Corbett for the November-December 2018 issue of Watch—including web-exclusive bonus images—to study up on the fascinating woman who brings Special Agent Maggie Bell to life.

Stream FBI now on CBS All Access.

Missy Peregrym is hard to get

Actress Missy Peregrym of the show FBI drives a snowy sleigh while wearing a white dress and faux fur stole.

Faux fur jacket by Theia. Dress by John Paul Ataker. Shoes by Christian Louboutin. Necklace by Erickson Beamon.

Photography by Tom Corbett. Styled by Nadia Rath.

The star of FBI turned down the show's legendary creator, Dick Wolf, not once, but twice, before accepting the role of Maggie Bell. "I didn't want to do it, mostly because I just loved playing Andy McNally [on Rookie Blue], and how do you play another cop again without it just being her?" the actress told Watch!. Fortunately for us, she came around after reading the "amazing" pilot script.

Missy Peregrym knows how to rebuild

Actress Missy Peregrym of the show FBI wears an impressively flowing and brocade dress.

Coat and maxi skirt by Theia.

Photography by Tom Corbett. Styled by Nadia Rath.

In 2015, after the end of Rookie Blue and the dissolution of a marriage, the FBI star decided to take the space she deserved. "I really worked on grounding myself, noticing all the smaller things around me that are beautiful and wonderful," she says.

With time—and through meditation and long walks on the beach with her boyfriend and golden doodle—she began opening herself up to new opportunities.

Missy Peregrym is forever grateful

Actress Missy Peregrym of the show FBI wears an impressively detailed silver dress in a snowy forested setting.

Gown by Theia. Shoes by Jimmy Choo. Earrings by H&M.

Photography by Tom Corbett. Styled by Nadia Rath.

"Every time I've gotten a job, there's always been somebody—and I have no idea who they are—fighting for me," she says of the oft-mysterious casting process. The daughter of a preacher, Peregrym chooses to have faith, even when faced with things beyond her control.

Missy Peregrym channels her insecurities into strengths

Actress Missy Peregrym of the show FBI wears a heavily detailed white dress in a snowy forest.

Dress by John Paul Ataker.

Photography by Tom Corbett. Styled by Nadia Rath.

"I'm intense and I'm sensitive, and I used to hate hearing that," she tells Watch!. "But at the end of the day, they're actually right. I don't have this energy that's super soft and laid-back."

Missy Peregrym and Maggie Bell have a lot in common

Actress Missy Peregrym of the show FBI wears an impressively detailed silver dress in a snowy forested setting.

Cape by Ines Di Santo. Dress by Anne Barge. Earrings by H&M.

Photography by Tom Corbett. Styled by Nadia Rath.

Much like the hardcore character she portrays, Peregrym is "on fire for justice. I need to see it carried out." Her hope is that show will inspire her not to "put [her] head in the sand anymore... Now it's time to face things head-on."

Missy Peregrym is well on her way to being a New Yorker

Missy Peregrym with two white dogs in a winter wonderland set

Dress by John Paul Ataker. Pearl body chain and earrings, stylist's own.

Photography by Tom Corbett. Styled by Nadia Rath.

"I thought that it was gonna be harder to settle here—and I immediately felt grounded and I can't really explain it," Peregrym says of moving to the city that never sleeps. "People talk about New Yorkers as rude. But they look at you and they actually make eye contact with you when they ask you questions. They want to have an answer."

Missy Peregrym is one-of-a-kind

Actress Missy Peregrym of the show FBI wears a heavily detailed white dress in a snowy forest.

Dress by John Paul Ataker. Veil, custom by stylist.

Photography by Tom Corbett. Styled by Nadia Rath.

"In my opinion, in the universe of actors, there's only one who could be Olivia Benson [on Law and Order: SVU]. And now there's only one who could be Maggie Bell," FBI-creator Dick Wolf says of his new leading lady.

Missy Peregrym respects the badge

Actress Missy Peregrym of the show FBI wears a heavily detailed  and revealing white dress in a snowy forest.

Cape and gown by Theia.

Photography by Tom Corbett. Styled by Nadia Rath.

"These are people who are sacrificing so much of their time and their life to protect the greater good," she says of the FBI rank and file. "They're not disconnected from all the heartache and suffering and the tragedy that's happening. They go into the center of it to deal."

Missy Peregrym goes all in

Actress Missy Peregrym of the show FBI wears a heavily detailed white dress in a snowy forest.

Dress by John Paul Ataker. Pearl body chain and earrings, stylist's own.

Photography by Tom Corbett. Styled by Nadia Rath.

"I'm not a trained actor, and I just don't separate," she says of the physical and emotional toll of dramatic scenes, like the explosion in the FBI pilot. "I was like, 'God, this is horrible.' [I was] going home and blowing out black snot. And that's nothing compared to what these real heroes have faced in the field."

Missy Peregrym is getting that happily ever after

Missy Peregrym in a wedding dress leaning against a tree

Gown by Anne Barge. Jewelry, vintage.

Photography by Tom Corbett. Styled by Nadia Rath.

She plans to marry her Australian boyfriend, Tom, in 2019. Earlier this year, the duo road tripped cross-country from Los Angeles—bunking in motels and making pitstops at kitschy "World's Largest" attractions—before moving into their new Brooklyn townhouse.

Missy Peregrym is Canadian to the core

Actress Missy Peregrym of the show FBI wears a heavily detailed silvery dress in a snowy forest.

Gown by Theia. Shoes by Jimmy Choo. Earrings by H&M.

Photography by Tom Corbett. Styled by Nadia Rath.

No matter where she is living or who she is playing, the Montreal-native still insists on adding maple syrup to her coffee.

Missy Peregrym is fearless

Actress Missy Peregrym of the show FBI wears a sheer and flowing dress while reclining on the ground.

Jumpsuit by Ines Di Santo. Shoes by Jimmy Choo. Jewelry, vintage.

Photography by Tom Corbett. Styled by Nadia Rath.

"Really at the end of the day, there's only one thing to do," she advises. "Take the job that scares the sh*t out of you and get married and get into another relationship that scares the sh*t out of you." Words to live by.

Originally published in Watch! Magazine, November-December 2018.

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