The delicious second season of Aftertaste is guaranteed to whet your appetite when it premieres this July on ABC TV.
Following a much-loved first season, Erik Thomson returns as celebrity chef Easton West, and rising star Natalie Abbott as his niece and pastry chef extraordinaire Diana.
After throwing away his last chance at fame, Easton (Erik Thomson) has settled into obscurity rather well.
However, Easton’s new life out of the public eye is shattered by Diana’s (Natalie Abbott) return to Uraidla, as she flaunts her successful new London career and love life. Still furious with her family’s secrets and lies, Diana is desperate to prove how much better off she is without them.
Emotions – and pre-heated ovens – run high between Easton and Diana, but both must put their troubles aside when a secret from the past throws the West family into chaos.
Season 2 features an exceptional ensemble cast including Rachel Griffiths (Total Control, Finding The Archibald), Wayne Blair (The Sapphires, Irreverent), Susan Prior (Glitch, Frayed), Remy Hii (Harrow, Spider-Man: Far From Home), Kavitha Anandasivam (The Tourist, The Hunting) and Justin Amankwah (Fat Pizza vs Housos), while Lynette Curran (Cleverman, A Few Less Men), Julian Maroun (The Secrets She Keeps) and Syd Brisbane (Stateless) join the cast this season.
Aftertaste is written by Julie De Fina, Matthew Bate and Matt Vesely, produced by Closer Productions (The Hunting, F*! #cking Adelaide, Animals) and directed by Renée Webster (How To Please A Woman).
Production Credits: Aftertaste is a Closer production for the ABC, 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 Producers: Rebecca Anderson and Todd Abbott.
International distribution by ABC Commercial.
AFTERTASTE season two premieres Wednesday, 20 July at 9.10pm on ABC TV, with all episodes available on ABC iview after the premiere of episode one.
Season one of Aftertaste is available on ABC iview.