After writing several articles regarding the right woman for Franky and whether she still loved Erica, it made me wonder about that other Wentworth favorite, Bea Smith.
The character of Will Jackson on Wentworth is one of the correctional officers who tries to keep order among the female prisoners in a fair and compassionate manner.
After watching Jess Warner’s demise on Wentworth, I often wonder if she had been given the chance, what would she have said to Doreen?
At the end of Wentworth Season 3, a paroled Franky Doyle exits Wentworth Correctional and into the arms of waiting gal pal Bridget Westfall.
Wentworth’s Vera Bennett always seemed like a fish in a water of sharks as an officer at a correctional facility.
Freak No More. It appears that Governor Joan Ferguson’s reign of terror at Wentworth Correctional has come to an end.
Little is known about the marriage of Wentworth Governor Meg Jackson and her husband, correctional officer, Will.
Jodie Spiteri has emotion problems and low self esteem, which Governor Joan Ferguson uses to her advantage as part of her revenge against Franky Doyle and Bea Smith.
Wentworth’s Franky Doyle is an interesting one. Inside the tough exterior lies a little girl suffering from abandonment issues.
Will Jackson was happily living his life as a correctional officer at Wentworth Prison where he worked alongside his wife, Meg who was the facility’s governor.