Playing For Keeps is returning to television screens in 2019.
The siren may have sounded on round one, but the salacious controversies and delicious drama surrounding Australia’s favourite posse of WAGs is just kicking off and will continue to lift the curtain on the seductive world of football’s elite, proving that when the cream of the crop fly high, they sometimes feel the heat.
Network 10, Head of Drama, Rick Maier said: “We’re thrilled that Playing for Keeps has really found its place in the market. It’s become a bit of a sleeper hit in its first season, regularly delivering in key target demos, and 28 day catch up numbers are at a record high. Expect more shocks, more frocks and more brilliance from this very excellent cast.”
Upon the announcement Screentime Executive Chairman Bob Campbell said: “Screentime welcomes Network TEN’s announcement of a second season of Playing for Keeps.
“The terrific ensemble cast enjoyed critical acclaim and a loyal following among the in demand younger demographic in the show’s first season. There will be plenty of fun, fashion and intrigue as we wind up the stakes in the high profile lives and loves that swirl around the Southern Jets Football Club,” he continued.
Playing For Keeps features a superb ensemble cast including Madeleine West, Cece Peters, Annie Maynard, Olympia Valance, Isabella Giovinazzo and Jeremy Lindsay Taylor.
Playing For Keeps is a Screentime (a Banijay Group company) production for Network 10. Principal production investment from Screen Australia, with the assistance of Film Victoria.