Ten’s new Australian drama Party Tricks will air in just two weeks time.
Party Tricks sees Victorian State Premier Kate Ballard (Asher Keddie) pitted against shock new opponent and popular media personality David McLeod (Rodger Corser) in an election campaign that has Australians on the edge of their seats. Complicating matters is the pair’s secret history, which threatens to be exposed as the ultimate political trump card. A fierce battle of wits, dirty tricks and a secret scandal could eclipse the entire campaign.
Network Ten Head Of Drama, Rick Maier, said: “Party Tricks is a compelling star vehicle for two of our very best actors, written and developed by the best production team in the business. If you like smart, funny, romantic drama, this is the show for you.”
An Endemol Australia production created by Michael Lucas and produced by Imogen Banks and John Edwards, Party Tricks is told in six parts, set against the backdrop of some of Melbourne’s landmarks.
Party Tricks.Premieres Monday October 6, 8.30pm, on Ten