Entertainment Weekly Publishes First Monthly Issue, Featuring Its Biggest Redesign Ever

'We’re trying to use every platform in its best way,' said new editor JD Heyman

The first issue of the newly redesigned, now monthly Entertainment Weekly was released today, featuring DC superheroes from The CW on the cover. The new, bigger magazine also has new feature spreads with the biggest redesign in the magazine’s history, with a new font and design.

The inaugural monthly issue has five different cover images, each with a separate CW superhero: Arrow, Supergirl, The Flash, Batwoman and Sara Lance (from DC’s Legends of Tomorrow).

JD Heyman—who was named EW’s new editor in chief last month, just as the publication unveiled its switch from a weekly to a monthly publication—says the new magazine will have “richer” storytelling and more in-depth coverage, including stories about Hollywood true crime and more stories written by industry heavyweights.

“We’re trying to use every platform in its best way.



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