The first trailer has dropped for Small Town Hackers.
The new comedy series from Perth-based production company Mad Kids (DAFUQ?, The Legend of Gavin Tanner, The Shapes, Set Yourself Free) will premiere next week on Above Average, an online video streaming site founded by legendary comedy producer Lorne Michaels’ Broadway Video (Saturday Night Live, The Tonight Show starring Jimmy Fallon, Portlandia).
Created by Henry Inglis and Matt Lovkis, and produced by Lauren Elliott of Mad Kids, Small Town Hackers is the first Australian series to be commissioned by Above Average.
Small Town Hackers is Mad Kids’ first narrative series and features their trademark comedic tone with a dash of action and mystery. It tells the story of Alex Gout who, when he returns to his backwater hometown of Durran, is shocked to discover the police lied about the death of his high school sweetheart Lucy Boddington. Alex must enlist the help of his idiot younger brother Devon and his ragtag gang of wannabe hackers to get to the bottom of the mystery.
Small Town Hackers stars Sam Campbell, Tim Watts, Cinema Australia favourite Adriane Daff and Trystan Go, star of The Family Law on SBS.
Small Town Hackers will premiere on Monday, 30 October on Above Average. You can watch it here.