Wentworth Prison
Wentworth Prison

Wentworth Prison

Contemporary reworking of Australian drama Prisoner: Cell Block H, following the lives of the inmates and warders of a women's jail. Bea Smith arrives at Wentworth on remand after being charged with the attempted murder of her abusive husband and is quickly persuaded to carry a package of drugs by charismatic inmate Franky Doyle, but she is caught with the stash by prison governor Meg Jackson. Starring Danielle Cormack, Catherine McClements and Nicole da Silva
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Episode Guide

  • Wentworth Prison - Fear Her (Season 2 Episode 12)
    Season 2 Episode 12:

    Fear Her

    Bea closes in on Brayden Holt as she seeks to avenge Debbie's death, and Will is sent off in search of the escapee and told not to come back without her. Meanwhile, Franky feels the effects of losing her top-dog status and is forced to consider a deal with her arch-enemy, and Fletch makes an error when he threatens Ferguson after inmate Kelly Bryant gives him information about the governor's activities at Blackmoor. Australian drama, starring Pamela Rabe, Nicole da Silva and Danielle Cormack

  • Wentworth Prison - Into the Night (Season 2 Episode 11)
    Season 2 Episode 11:

    Into the Night

    On his final day at Wentworth, Fletch is still trying to find some ammunition against Ferguson, and the arrival of new inmate Kelly Bryant from Blackmoor gives him hope. Bea prepares for the inevitable showdown with Franky after Boomer is released from isolation, but she also plans to use the opportunity to set into motion her elaborate ploy for freedom. Australian drama, starring Danielle Cormack and Nicole da Silva

  • Wentworth Prison - Jail Birds (Season 2 Episode 10)
    Season 2 Episode 10:

    Jail Birds

    Having got himself elected to the prison board of governors, Derek Channing returns and starts looking for ways to get Ferguson dismissed. She responds by using CCTV to keep track of his activities and soon finds more than enough ammunition to thwart him. Meanwhile, Liz struggles to adjust to life on the outside and her friends try to prevent Boomer arranging to have her beaten up for informing

  • Wentworth Prison - The Fixer (Season 2 Episode 9)
    Season 2 Episode 9:

    The Fixer

    Ferguson discovers Doreen is the pregnant prisoner and threatens to have Nash's parole revoked unless she makes a false claim about the identity of the baby's father. Meanwhile, Will reports an incident with Harry Smith, who has accused him of an inappropriate relationship with Bea, and he and Rose are later run off the road by a white van remarkably similar to Harry's. Updated version of the 1980s drama, starring Pamela Rabe, Robbie Magasiva and Shareena Clanton

  • Wentworth Prison - Sins of the Mother (Season 2 Episode 8)
    Season 2 Episode 8:

    Sins of the Mother

    Franky resorts to extreme measures to uncover the informer following Ferguson's revelation. Paranoid and feeling isolated from her former friends, she is determined to find out who has broken the number one rule of the prison. Drug tests are issued throughout Wentworth after the discovery of Doreen's discarded pregnancy test and the ensuing ruckus provides a suspicious Franky with the perfect opportunity to extract confessions from Jess and Bea. In the heat of the moment Liz makes a shocking admission

  • Wentworth Prison - Metamorphosis (Season 2 Episode 7)
    Season 2 Episode 7:

    Metamorphosis

    Ferguson's decision to bulldoze the garden project puts more pressure on Vera, who faces the added stress of nursing her dying mother, while Fletch is suspected of smuggling drugs into the prison. Franky discovers the truth about Simmo's death, Maxine makes a desperate attempt to see her boyfriend Gary, and Doreen takes a pregnancy test. Australian drama, starring Kate Atkinson and Nicole da Silva

  • Wentworth Prison - The Pink Dragon (Season 2 Episode 6)
    Season 2 Episode 6:

    The Pink Dragon

    Simmo's husband visits and asks her to end Bea's reign in a bid to protect his and their daughter's lives, leaving her in turmoil at the prospect of killing her only friend on the inside. Sky suffers the effects of a bad batch of Franky's drugs, while a tragedy occurs when a particularly potent supply falls into the hands of Governor Ferguson, having learnt the location of the stash from Liz. Drama, starring Danielle Cormack and Nicole da Silva

  • Wentworth Prison - Twist the Knife (Season 2 Episode 5)
    Season 2 Episode 5:

    Twist the Knife

    Bea discovers that Simmo's daughter Carly is travelling to Thailand at the Holts' expense and persuades Linda to lie about seeing the girl with Brayden in the car park. Meanwhile, Franky tries to recruit Maxine to be her bodyguard, promising to help with her case after she is let down by her lawyer, but the new arrival remains adamant that she is not joining anyone's crew. Australian drama, starring Danielle Cormack and Nicole da Silva

  • Wentworth Prison - The Danger Within (Season 2 Episode 4)
    Season 2 Episode 4:

    The Danger Within

    Simmo tells Bea that Brayden has put out a contract on her, and when three new prisoners arrive in Wentworth, she becomes convinced one of them will try to kill her. She is particularly suspicious of transgender inmate Maxine and does her best to avoid her, but when an attack takes place in the showers, the would-be assassin is someone totally unexpected. Drama, starring Danielle Cormack, Socratis Otto and Georgia Chara

  • Wentworth Prison - Boys in the Yard (Season 2 Episode 3)
    Season 2 Episode 3:

    Boys in the Yard

    Simone is back inside Wentworth and sets her sights on weakening Franky's position as top dog by searching for a way to smuggle drugs into the prison following Ferguson's crackdown on narcotics. Doreen begins to grow closer to a fellow inmate who shares her interest in gardening, while Bea is determined to murder Brayden Holt. Drama, starring Alexandra Fowler and Nicole da Silva

  • Wentworth Prison - Whatever It Takes (Season 2 Episode 2)
    Season 2 Episode 2:

    Whatever It Takes

    In the wake of new governor Ferguson's crackdown on drugs, Franky's determination to stay as top dog has fatal consequences for a new inmate. Bea uses her husband Harry's request for a divorce to try to force him to help her avenge daughter Debbie's death, while Doreen meets a handsome male prisoner while working on a garden project. Drama, starring Danielle Cormack and Nicole da Silva

  • Wentworth Prison - Born Again (Season 2 Episode 1)
    Season 2 Episode 1:

    Born Again

    The Australian drama returns with Joan Ferguson stirring up trouble when she takes over as governor of Wentworth Correctional Centre with the intention of clamping down hard and reminding the inmates who is in charge. She decides to put an end to Franky Doyle's reign as top dog and sets about manoeuvring the situation so Bea Smith can take over, and also tells warder Will Jackson that his drink and drugs support group for the women is to be terminated. Starring Pamela Rabe, Nicole da Silva and Danielle Cormack

  • Wentworth Prison - Checkmate (Season 1 Episode 10)
    Season 1 Episode 10:

    Checkmate

    Bea discovers the identity of Debbie's secret boyfriend and attacks Jacs in a fit of uncontrollable rage as the taunts about her daughter's death become unbearable. Vera learns the shocking truth about Fletch's affair with Meg after reading his journal, and the prison warders treat Jacs with contempt and dislike, spelling the end of her reign as top dog. Drama, starring Danielle Cormack

  • Wentworth Prison - To the Moon (Season 1 Episode 9)
    Season 1 Episode 9:

    To the Moon

    Bea blames husband Harry for Debbie's death, and commits a desperate act when she is refused permission to attend the funeral. The inmate's distraught reaction to the loss of her daughter brings back harrowing memories for Fletch and he turns to alcohol to blot out the pain, while Jacs realises she has made a terrible tactical mistake. Erica unwittingly makes an enemy of Channing when she cold-shoulders his sexual proposition

  • Wentworth Prison - Mind Games (Season 1 Episode 8)
    Season 1 Episode 8:

    Mind Games

    Following the attacks, the guards carry out regular cell searches and observe the women closely as they wait for the next round of reprisals. When her husband Vinnie announces he wants a divorce, Jacs realises she will lose more face with the other prisoners and decides to make a final move to deal with Bea once and for all

  • Wentworth Prison - Something Dies (Season 1 Episode 7)
    Season 1 Episode 7:

    Something Dies

    Bea discovers that Jacs has made plans with her crew to gang-rape Franky when she is released from solitary confinement, and visits her in a last-ditch attempt to dissuade her from going through with it. Will discovers something about his late wife Meg that sends him on a downward spiral, while Vera and Fletch assess where they stand with each other following their kiss

  • Wentworth Prison - Captive (Season 1 Episode 6)
    Season 1 Episode 6:

    Captive

    Vera tries out a new look in an attempt to catch the eye of prison officer Fletcher, while Governor Davidson is incensed by a television news report that casts aspersions on her integrity. Toni is out of solitary and is moved to a new unit, but Jacs wants to know who supplied her with the drugs that caused her recent relapse - and uses a kettle of boiling water to help jog her memory

  • Wentworth Prison - The Velvet Curtain (Season 1 Episode 5)
    Season 1 Episode 5:

    The Velvet Curtain

    Erica is forced to tutor Franky, who uses the opportunity to proposition her - leaving the governor to take out her pent-up sexual frustration at home with fiance Mark. Doreen turns down the peer-worker role to avoid hurting Liz, but reconsiders when her friend taunts her during an argument, while Will Jackson becomes the prison's latest pin-up after Bea tells the women he is quite something with his shirt off. Prison-set drama, starring Leeanna Walsman

  • Wentworth Prison - The Things We Do (Season 1 Episode 4)
    Season 1 Episode 4:

    The Things We Do

    Ronnie Katsis's young daughter collapses soon after passing through the security checks at visiting time, and the women are furious that she is being used as drug mule. Liz Birdsworth looks on in horror as she is reminded of a near-fatal accident involving her son, and suspecting Jacs is responsible, Bea worries that a similar fate is being planned for Debbie. Meanwhile, Will Jackson continues the hunt for his wife's killer and Jacs looks forward to a visit from her husband Vinnie. Prison-set drama, guest starring former Neighbours actresses Carla Bonner, Annie Jones and Anne Charleston (the latter also being the only one of the original Prisoner: Cell Block H cast to appear in Wentworth Prison)

  • Wentworth Prison - The Girl Who Waited (Season 1 Episode 3)
    Season 1 Episode 3:

    The Girl Who Waited

    Jacs asserts her authority in the laundry when Bea tries to take over the sewing from Doreen, prompting Franky to defuse the tense situation. Governor Davidson implements a new procedure after an incident with Toni in solitary, leading to objections from her officers, while Bea's daughter Debbie is strip-searched during a visit when the sniffer dogs detect an illegal substance. Drama, starring Danielle Cormack, Nicole da Silva and Kris McQuade

  • Wentworth Prison - Fly Me Away (Season 1 Episode 2)
    Season 1 Episode 2:

    Fly Me Away

    Will Jackson returns to work determined to identify his wife's killer, and when prime suspect Bea Smith is cleared by the police, he takes matters into his own hands. Erica Davidson exploits acting governor Vera Bennett's weakness, losing no time in trying to impress general manager Derek Channing. Drama, starring Danielle Cormack, Robbie Magasiva and Leeanna Walsman

  • Wentworth Prison - No Place Like Home (Season 1 Episode 1)
    Season 1 Episode 1:

    No Place Like Home

    Contemporary reworking of Australian drama Prisoner: Cell Block H, following the lives of the inmates and warders of a women's jail. Bea Smith arrives at Wentworth on remand after being charged with the attempted murder of her abusive husband and is quickly persuaded to carry a package of drugs by charismatic inmate Franky Doyle, but she is caught with the stash by prison governor Meg Jackson. Starring Danielle Cormack, Catherine McClements and Nicole da Silva

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