Tom Shillue stopped by "The Five" Thursday to play "Quiz Show" with Jesse, Dana, Greg, Emily and Juan.
He joined FNC in 2002 as a production assistant in the newsroom. Watters also serves as a contributor on the Fox Nation streaming service, where subscribers can watch a library of the "Watters' World" man-on-the-street segments.
As the host of "Watters' World," Jesse provides viewers with a one-of-a-kind look at the latest headlines and conducts interviews with newsmakers.
The series launched in November 2015, building on Watters' popular "man on the street" segments from "The O'Reilly Factor."
Jesse graduated from Trinity College in 2001 with a Bachelor of Arts in history.
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Fox News hosts Jesse Watters and Pete Hegseth put their TV and movie knowledge to the test on two new episodes of "The Quiz Show."
Jesse Watters read from another collection of texts he received from his mother during the show.
Virginia native Dagen McDowell said Thursday on "The Five" that the turmoil involving the state's top three elected officials could have major "political implications" in the near future.
Fox News Insider ventured into Jesse Watters' world to learn more about the Fox News host.
Jesse Watters and the panel on "The Five" reacted to President Trump's pointed criticisms of socialism during Tuesday's State of the Union Address.
Greg Gutfeld and the panel on "The Five" discussed the apparent parallels between the scurrilous 2018 allegations against Justice Brett Kavanaugh and the situations swirling around Gov. Ralph Northam (D-Va.) and Virginia Lt. Gov. Justin Fairfax.
The panel on "The Five" reacted to a California cookbook author and chef who, in a now-deleted tweet, wrote that patrons at his restaurants who wore Trump campaign "MAGA" hats would not be served.
Jesse Watters said Wednesday on "The Five" that billionaire liberals Howard Schultz and Michael Bloomberg are trying to engage in "genuine political fellowship" with Democrats, but are being rebuffed.
The panel on "The Five" discussed former White House aide Cliff Sims, who released a new tell-all book about the Trump administration -- which also may have landed him in legal trouble with the president's campaign.
Jesse Watters said Monday on "The Five" that former longtime Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz is considering an "independent" presidential bid in 2020.
For his 'One More Thing' Friday on "The Five" Jesse Watters read more texts from his more politically liberal mother, Dr. Anne Watters.