Restaurant dramas continue tonight on AFTERTASTE


As Easton and Diana set about clearing Jim’s hoard to make way for the restaurant, Jim’s not making it easy for them.

Easton (Erik Thomson) sends Diana (Natalie Abbott) off in search of inspiration for her contribution to the menu, while he wrestles with the truth about a family trauma – and also wrestles Jim (Peter Carroll) to get to the bottom of it. Literally.

With Diana’s relationship with her mother falling apart, she turns to her crush, sous chef Kwame (Justin Amankwah), to help her find her mojo – which he does in more ways than one.

When Jim finally reveals to Easton the truth about his mother June, Easton takes his anger out on Diana, brutally rejecting her lost virginity inspired dessert.

Production credits: A Closer production for the ABC, with major production investment from Screen Australia in association with the South Australian Film Corporation and financed with support from the ABC. Producers: Rebecca Summerton and Erik Thomson. Co-producer Matthew Bate. Executive Producers: Julie De Fina and Rachel Griffiths. ABC Executive Producer: Rebecca Anderson. International Distributor ABC Commercial.

Aftertaste episode 3 airs Wednesday 17 February at 9.00pm on ABC and iview

Kevin Perry
Co-Creator and Editor of the TV Blackbox website, Kevin Perry is an experienced media commentator focused on TV Production, Consumer Tech, SVOD & Sports Broadcasting. Media enquiries please Call or Text 0428-275-111



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