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Fans of the iconic Prisoner Cell Block H series, which pushed boundaries over three decades ago and still boasts a loyal following worldwide today, will remember Bea Smith as gutsy and fearless, ruling Wentworth Correctional Centre with an iron fist. But who was Bea Smith before prison? How did a wife and mother from the suburbs become a top dog without rival? Wentworth Prison is a dynamic, often confronting, drama series that begins with Bea's early days in prison. Set in the present day, it is a modern adaptation of Prisoner Cell Block H that contemporises legendary characters and their stories for today's audience. This 10-part series takes the viewer inside to an uncompromising environment that explores the politics of women in a world without men, and how such a threatening experience both challenges and often changes those confined and working behind the razor wire. The audience will be introduced to Bea all over again and meet her allies and enemies in the form of iconic inmates: Doreen Anderson, Liz Birdsworth and Franky Doyle, and there are new faces such as Jacs Holt, the ruthless matriarch of a crime family who now reigns over Wentworth. Favourite offices will also return. Meg Jackson carries a shameful secret; Vera Bennett, the well-meaning officer who discovers everyone has a price; Erica Davidson, the crusading Lawyer and Matthew Fletcher who believes in retribution rather than rehabilitation. And a new face, Meg's husband Will Jackson, whose past still haunts him. Each episode explores an individual character's back story, providing an insight to what makes them tick and the circumstances that led them to Wentworth. In doing so we discover that the difference between an inmate and an officer is sometimes simply geography, because they're all prisoners in surprisingly different ways. Like the original Prisoner Cell Block H, Wentworth Prison is, at its heart, a series about survival, a character drama featuring women living in a pressure cooker environment. Despite the rivalries and power struggles, this family of misfits and rebels are forced to forge unlikely friendships and allegiances if they want to survive their time inside.
Bea returns to Wentworth with a heavy charge over the murder of Braydon Holt, while Ferguson makes it clear that she owns Bea. Battle begins over the control of the prison.
Following the riot, Bea must balance an uneasy peace with Ferguson with the needs and expectations of the women. Ferguson wants to stamp out drugs inside the prison and for obvious reasons Bea finds herself on common ground with the Governor. But when it becomes clear that Ferguson wants Franky's head for it, Bea must wonder if, rather than help her cement her position as Top Dog, it may indeed be a ruse to undermine it. Meanwhile, Liz has a difficult reunion with her daughter Sophie and is unsure when Doreen proposes she be the alternate carer when the baby comes. Will is in a happy place and seems to finally be able to put the past behind him is shocked when he is the focus of a murder investigation.
Bea's interference cost Franky everything? Will Franky be able to get back on top of the drug racket? More importantly, will she be able to keep herself breathing?
Liz's world is rocked with the arrival of a new prisoner. Franky has commenced her sessions with Bridget, and in a candid moment admits to a desire for revenge against Bea.
As Fletch makes a difficult return to Wentworth, he is troubled by an incident which leads him to suspect his accident was no accident at all.
With Jodie set to give evidence against Ferguson at the demands of Bea, The Freak will stop at nothing to ensure the truth stays within the walls of the prison.
Bea is held in the psych unit and struggles to accept she had a psychotic episode. Franky is pushed to reveal her biggest secret.
When Bea encourages Doreen to uncover the truth behind Ferguson's obsession with "Jianna", Ferguson's renewed interest in Doreen brings on labour.
Vera's faith in her Governor is put to the test. Meanwhile, Bea finds herself at her lowest ebb as she realises her war against Ferguson is having an effect on those closest to her.
With her parole hearing imminent, Franky is in trouble when an angry Kim plants heroin balloons in her cell. Faced with an imminent cell-toss, Franky has no option but to swallow the evidence, thus facing the board under-prepared and with a gutful of heroin. Just when it seems she could be paroled, Ferguson unleashes the taped confession, letting Will know who really killed his wife. Meanwhile, Bea and Fletch team up against Ferguson, and Doreen faces an agonising choice: keep her baby or ask her sister to get him out of Ferguson's reach for good.
When Fletch follows Bea's instructions to use Jianna as a means to unsettle Ferguson, he unwittingly sets Vera up to take the fall. Vera, for her part, is consumed with a desire for revenge against Lucy for infecting her with Hepatitis C. Meanwhile, Bea's manipulations of Fletch result in him finally recovering his memory and alerting Will, who is on the verge of being arrested for Harry's murder, to the truth behind Ferguson's manipulations. As the forces align against Ferguson, she begins to unravel, realising she is in a fight of her life, professionally and personally.
Ferguson is losing control and the walls are closing in. Fletch and Vera band together in an attempt to overthrow the Governor, while Bea discovers the final piece of the puzzle to help solve Harry's murder. Meanwhile, Franky is preparing for her release, but when Jess makes a sudden, drastic move, all plans are thrown out the window and the stage is set for a dramatic showdown.
Bernard Curry(Jake Steward)
Kate Jenkinson(Allie Novak)
Aaron Jeffery(Matthew Fletcher)
Danielle Cormack(Bea Smith)
Tammy MacIntosh(Kaz Proctor)
Sigrid Thornton(Sonia Stevens)
Catherine McClements(Meg Jackson)
Kate Atkinson(Vera Bennett)
Socratis Otto(Maxine Conway)
Nicole Da Silva(Franky Doyle)
Kris McQuade(Jacs Holt)
Leeanna Walsman(Erica Davidson)
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