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Foxtel Magazine January 2020

Game of Thrones, Wentworth, A Place to Call Home, Selling Houses Australia and more! Foxtel magazine goes behind the scenes of some of the biggest shows in the world, to bring you unprecedented access to your favourite programs. With a sport section that includes chats with big name sports stars including Daniel Ricciardo and Tim Cahill, to TV and movie talk with Chris Hemsworth, Foxtel magazine is also the only place to find the entire month of program listings.

Country:
Australia
Language:
English
Publisher:
Foxtel Management Pty Limted
Frequency:
Monthly
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12 Issues

in this issue

1 min.
welcome

To kick off the New Year, we reveal some of the upcoming shows you won’t want to miss in our bumper 2020 preview special. From award-winning returning series like Gogglebox Australia and Wentworth to the poignant new Frances O’Connor-led drama The End, Hugh Laurie’s sci-fi comedy offering Avenue 5 and shocking two-part Aussie crime documentary Wrongly Released: Free to Kill, it’s time to add these and many more to your must-watch TV list. Our summer of sport continues to thrill with the legendary Shane Warne and FOX CRICKET ambassador Pat Cummins talking all things cricket, as well as life away from the commentary box and representing Australia. Foxtel Movies channels are pulling out the big guns with the James Bond films, plus all the cinematic wizardry of the Harry Potter and Fantastic…

1 min.
ripple effect

He may practically be part of the family these days, after ingratiating himself with the Frasers. But a bombshell revelation looks set to change everything for Lord John Grey’s relationships when Outlander debuts its fifth outing. As the above first-look image shows, Lord John – played by Aussie actor David Berry (A Place to Call Home) – and Sam Heughan’s steely-eyed hero Jamie Fraser (both pictured, from left) share a tense moment when the family comes together in their new home of North Carolina to celebrate the wedding of Brianna (Sophie Skelton) and Roger (Richard Rankin). “On the face of it, Lord John is there for the Frasers,” Berry teases to Foxtel magazine. “He’s part of their lives now and he will always be at any important function, for Brianna, for Jamie,…

1 min.
hollywood insider

In November, we welcomed a familiar face back to our screens: former MTV VJ Jason Dundas. As the host of FOX ONE’s weekly entertainment show The Watchlist – alongside fellow Aussie Sussan Mourad – Dundas has had a blast reporting on all the hottest happenings from La La Land. “I’ve been living and working in the US for the past 10 years and I’ve interviewed some of the biggest stars,” says Dundas. “It’s the best being back on Foxtel.” While he didn’t initially pitch himself as host, the former model – who now runs his own company Dundas Media, which produces The Watchlist – couldn’t be happier with the outcome. “I won a contest to host a TV show… with no experience in anything to do with media and my life changed completely…

1 min.
summer lovin’

While there’s nothing better than long, hot summer days spent soaking up the sunshine at our glorious, world-class beaches, there’s nothing worse than coming home to find you’ve forgotten to record your favourite Foxtel show. Fear not. With the Foxtel GO¥ app, you can access your subscription anytime, anywhere, on a smartphone, tablet or laptop, streaming programs from your pack while on-the-go. Don’t miss a second of the live sport action, catch latest episodes of must-see dramas and be inspired to renovate with Shaynna Blaze (pictured) and the Selling Houses Australia team. With the Foxtel Kids app closing on January 31, now is also the perfect time to switch over to the Foxtel GO app to keep the little ones entertained with a huge array of kids’ programming. For more information, visit foxtel.com.au/GO DID…

1 min.
the sweat factor

Playing through summer in the A-League was tough. During really hot months, when it was 30 or 40 degrees, you could lose 4-5kg a match. Regardless of how much you train for it, that kind of heat always hurts. When it’s like that, the standard of football is never going to be as good as if you’re playing in conditions that are easier. It can be hard to deliver top quality when it’s that hot. It’s hard for the European boys who come here – our preseason is in winter but as the season progresses, heat becomes a big factor. That said, playing in Europe [in Belgium from 2001-2005] was the opposite, with frozen grounds and wearing three layers, with thermals and jackets. But it’s easier to run around and try…

2 min.
kate jenkinson

My current TV obsession is… The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story. I’m about three quarters of the way through and oh my god! I’m really, really, legitimately obsessed by it. Darren Criss is unbelievable; he’s so good. Everyone says I need to watch The Leftovers, so I think that will be my next one. I loved The Wire and Big Little Lies – I mean, Meryl [Streep]! Come on. When I watch TV I must have… a cup of tea and some kind of salty snack – preferably with that terrible fake cheese flavouring on it. My dream evening of television would include… a comfortable couch, lots of snacks and Foxtel On Demand. My dream TV-watching companion is… This is going to sound so lame, but my boyfriend Nathan [Harding]. We…