Wentworth’s Franky Doyle found love behind bars not once, but twice. First with Governor Erica Davidson and then with prison psychologist Bridget Westfall.
The prisoners at Wentworth Correctional are serving sentences for various crimes and are awaiting parole. All except Bea Smith who was sentenced to life without parole. If they are granted the coveted freedom, can they handle life again on the outside or is it easier for them to remain locked up?
It takes a tough person to survive prison. From other prisoners to guards, you need to use your wits or end up hurt…or worse.
Wentworth’s Baby Joshua, the son of Doreen and Nash has already had an interesting life since his birth. He has experienced things that most babies don’t beginning with his birth in a prison. If Joshua could speak, what would he say? This writer gives you an idea with what was going through Baby Joshua’s mind as events were unfolding around him. Continue reading “#Wentworth – If Baby Joshua Could Speak via @stacyamiller85 @Wentworth”
At the end of Wentworth Season 3, a paroled Franky Doyle exits Wentworth Correctional and into the arms of waiting gal pal Bridget Westfall.
Franky Doyle has been paroled. Now what?
Wentworth’s Franky Doyle is an interesting one. Inside the tough exterior lies a little girl suffering from abandonment issues.
How hard is it to be the “gal pal” of Franky Doyle? Just ask Wentworth’s Kim Chang.
In a recent Wentworth Favorite Character poll, Franky Doyle was leading. What is it about Franky that viewers love so much? And would viewers like Franky if she were different, say a guard instead of a prisoner?
Every fan of Wentworth has a favorite character on the show.