Foxtel’s inside look into everything happening on screen and in Hollywood.

Hosted by Australia’s Jason Dundas in LA

The Watchlist is a brand new prime-time entertainment show that brings viewers up-to-the minute news on the biggest TV shows, movies and events in Hollywood and the US, screening Saturdays on FOX ONE, Foxtel’s home to the world’s most addictive and entertaining dramas.
Hosted straight from the streets of Hollywood by Australia’s Jason Dundas and entertainment reporter Sussan Mourad, The Watchlist team brings audiences a first look at Foxtel’s newest series, big drama premieres, the latest blockbusters, award shows and behind the scenes extras you didn’t know about your favourite Foxtel movies and TV shows.
With unprecedented red carpet and on-set access, every half-hour episode is a must watch for TV and movie fans. In episode one, now available to stream On Demand, Sussan Mourad chats with Australians’ making it big in Hollywood at the AiF Awards, including actress Ruby Rose about her iconic lead role as Batwoman screening on FOX8 and breakout Succession star Sarah Snook, following her success on the hit HBO drama. Jason Dundas also previews some of the hottest new series out of the US– All Rise a CBS courtroom drama and Prodigal Son a crime drama from FOX, both premiering this week on FOX ONE.

Originally from Sydney, host Jason Dundas started his television career on Foxtel when he won a contest to become the host of MTV Australia. Since then Jason has hosted prime-time TV shows in both Australia and America and in 2016 launched Dundas Media, a full service content creation company based in LA. On each episode of The Watchlist Jason will be joined by TV host, media personality Sussan Mourad to bring viewers the best and biggest TV shows, movies and events from Hollywood.

The Watchlist is produced by Dundas Media in conjunction with Foxtel and screens as a half-hour format Saturdays at 9:30pm, with highlight segments every night on FOX ONE, Foxtel’s home to the world’s most addictive and entertaining dramas. Episodes will also be available to stream On Demand.