The BBC has debuted the trailer for the Catherine Tate-led comedy series ‘Queen of Oz.’

Princess Georgiana (Georgie) is the spare to the British throne but her party-girl lifestyle and constant public scandals threaten the monarchy’s future.

To get her as far away from London as possible, and at the same time, hoping to prevent Australia from leaving the Commonwealth, Georgie’s parents send her off to Australia to become their Queen, along with her new staff – Director of Communications Zoe, Private Secretary Bernard, Head of Security Officer Marc, Personal Assistant Matthew, Lady In Waiting Anabel, Master of the Household Weiwei.

A welcome reception is Georgie’s first public appearance in Australia – where an offensive faux pas from the jetlagged new Queen makes the night go from bad to worse.

Tate stars in the leading role as well as executive produce the series, alongside producer Michele Bennett (Mr Inbetween) and executive producer for Lingo, Helen Bowden (The Secrets She Keeps, Lambs of God). Christiaan Van Vuuren (Dom And Adrian, A Sunburnt Christmas) directs.

Also in trailers – Dylan O’Brien stars in trailer for mockumentary comedy ‘Maximum Truth’

The series kicks off on Friday 16th June at 9.30pm on BBC One and BBC iPlayer.