CBS News Sunday Morning: Jude Law, Sopranos Cast, Doug Emhoff (CBS, June 23, 2024)

CBS Sunday Morning

“CBS Sunday Morning” presents its latest installment, airing on CBS on June 23, 2024, from 9:00 to 10:30 a.m. ET. Anchored by Jane Pauley, this episode offers a diverse range of segments, from interviews with notable figures to insightful reports and heartfelt stories.

Anthony Mason catches up with the cast and creator of the iconic series “The Sopranos,” marking the 25th anniversary of its premiere. They reflect on the show’s enduring impact and its place in television history. Rita Braver engages in conversation with Second Gentleman Doug Emhoff, looking into his life in Washington, D.C., and more. Braver also chats with Emhoff’s wife, Vice President Kamala Harris, and First Lady Jill Biden.

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Lee Cowan sits down with acclaimed actor Jude Law to discuss his illustrious career and his latest film, “Firebrand.” Martha Teichner meets Jeffrey and Kevin Pang, a father-son duo who discovered a shared passion for cuisine and created a popular YouTube series. Mo Rocca interviews actor June Squibb, who garnered an Oscar nomination for her performance in the 2013 film “Nebraska.”

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Seth Doane reports on an unusual initiative bringing Israelis and Palestinians together face-to-face in pursuit of peace. John Dickerson offers a preview of the highly anticipated presidential debate. David Pogue chats with the creator of The Wayback Machine, an innovative archive of internet history.

Steve Hartman shares the story of a young couple who embraced a life of seclusion by relocating to one of Maine’s most remote islands.

“CBS News Sunday Morning,” airing on CBS on Sunday June 23, 2024, from 9:00 to 10:30 a.m. ET.

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