Fans of the Foxtel Prison Series Wentworth can mark September 5 on their calendars.
Queen Bea’s (Danielle McCormack) attempted sting against Joan Ferguson (Joan Rabe) proved deadly…and the queen was gone. How would Wentworth survive the loss of its “Queen Bea”?
For a prison drama, Wentworth has had its share of romances in four seasons.
How can a character who is a dangerous psychotic find such endearing fans? If you’re Joan “The Freak” Ferguson and you’re played by Pamela Rabe, the answer is simple: how could you not?
Last year I wrote an article asking the question’ What if Bea Smith Found Love in Prison?’ At the time, it seemed like one of those ‘what if I won the lottery’ questions, a long shot with the odds of it happening highly unlikely. Then came Wentworth Season 4.
Wentworth Season 4 introduced a new correctional officer, Jake Stewart. This article contains spoiler so if you haven’t seen Wentworth Season 4, please do not continue reading. Officer Jake Stewart (played by Bernard Curry) appeared to be just what Wentworth … Continue reading #Wentworth Profile: Jake Stewart via @stacyamiller85 @bernardcurry @Wentworth
As someone who usually prefers not watching prison dramas, watching Wentworth has been a pleasant surprise.
What rises Wentworth above just being another show about people in prison is the characters. They are not stereotypes of those incarcerated but could be real individuals who made mistakes and are now answering for them.
It’s here, Wentworth premieres tonight on SoHo!
Wentworth’s Franky Doyle found love behind bars not once, but twice. First with Governor Erica Davidson and then with prison psychologist Bridget Westfall.