the Wentworth the last sentence The trailer was released ahead of the world premiere on Tuesday, August 24 at 8:30 p.m. on Fox Showcase.
When the doors to Wentworth Correctional Center open on the final season, three weeks have passed since Allie’s shivving (Kate jenkinson). With Allie’s assailant still on the run, no one, let alone the H1 family, realizes they have a terrorist and a potential murderer, Judy Bryant (Vivienne Awosoga), in the midst of them.
Since 2013, 90 episodes have been broadcast in 173 countries around the world including the UK, France, Denmark, Canada, Israel, Finland, Japan and the United States. It has amassed an impressive catalog of awards and nominations locally and internationally, with both the Most Popular and Outstanding Drama at the TV Week Logie Awards in 2018 – the first time an Australian drama has won both accolades. the same year. In 2019, he won the Most Outstanding Drama award for the fourth time.
After facing the Covid-19 pandemic, Wentworth resumption of production of season 8 part B in June 2020.
At the time, Jo porter, Wentworth Executive producer and script director, Fremantle, said: “Along with the cast and crew, we are all looking forward to getting back into production this week on the final chapter of Wentworth. We have carefully adjusted our production processes to ensure the health and well-being of our team and at the same time made sure that we can maintain the integrity of our storytelling. ”
Wentworth is a Fremantle production for Foxtel with Fremantle director Jo Porter and Foxtel’s senior theater consultant, Penny Win as executive producers. The directors are Kevin Carlin, Beck Cole, Fiona Banks, Corrie Chen, Roger Hodgman and King rug. The writers are John Ridley, Kim Wilson, Pete McTighe, Max Conroy and Marcia Gardner, who is both screenwriter and screenwriter.
Wentworth The Final Sentence premieres Tuesday, August 24 at 8:30 p.m. on Fox Showcase, exclusively on Foxtel.
All episodes of Wentworth are available to watch on demand.