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// We waste our time, so you don’t waste yours.
Brodie Fogg
Aug 02, 2023
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Published on August 02, 2023

Here at Reviews.org Australia, our team of writers, researchers and reviewers have some strong opinions on a lot of things. But none stronger than our opinions on television and what you should be watching. The Watchlist is our new weekly newsletter where those opinions will be unleashed, giving you something to stream, rather than everything. 

If you sign up to The Watchlist (using the form below,) we'll send you an email every Tuesday with some recommendations on what to watch. Sometimes it'll be something new, sometimes it'll be a certified classic, and other times it will be a rare hidden gem we think has gone underappreciated for far too long. 

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There’s too much good TV and not enough time. We take the guesswork out with our weekly picks for what to watch.
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What to expect from The Watchlist

The growing number of streaming video-on-demand services has unlocked a world of entertainment for everyday Australians. But what should be a dream come true has slowly turned into a living nightmare; an avalanche of content delivered direct to your screen with nobody sorting the rare gems from the rivers of cinematic sludge.

It's like that scene in Raiders of the Lost Ark where the Nazi opens the coveted ark. The thing we so desperately wanted in Australia, after decades of delayed movie and TV releases, has melted our face off and turned us into a puddle of quivering goop.

What The Watchlist offers is a return to simpler times. Like getting a recommendation from the cool Video Ezy clerk. We keep our recommendations simple and focused, typically in line with a common theme (actor, director, genre etc.,) or recent release. 

There are plenty of services and newsletters like The Watchlist around the world, but our recommendations are specific to an Australian audience. So if we recommend something, you can be sure we'll tell you where its streaming too. 

Brodie Fogg
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Brodie Fogg
Brodie Fogg is the Australian editorial lead at Reviews.org. He has covered consumer tech, telecommunications, video games, streaming and entertainment for over five years at websites like WhistleOut and Finder and can be found sharing streaming recommendations at 7NEWS every month.

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