Wentworth is a drama-drama series that is shown through Australian Television. The pilot episode of the series aired to the public for the very first time, SoHo, on May 1, 2013. The show then was pulled following the airing of its 100th episode at Fox Showcase in May 2016. From 1979 through 1986, Network Ten ran a show that was based upon a modern-day version of prisoners. The show served as an inspiration for Wentworth’s TV show.
Reg Watson’s original design was the foundation for the creation of Wentworth by Lara Radulovich and David Hannam. The series is set in the present and centers around Bea Smith’s (Danielle Cormack) beginning days in prison and her subsequent journey towards the highest levels of the institution’s hierarchy. The show takes place in the contemporary world. The series started to shift towards a more ensemble format beginning in the fifth season and continued to grow beyond.
The majority of the reviews for this show are favorable, and the first episode of the show had one of the Australian drama premieres that had the largest amount of viewers in the time of Foxtel. A number of countries, including New Zealand and the United Kingdom (where it’s referred to under the title Wentworth Prison), have made a decision to make their own version of the show.
This season’s eighth of Wentworth will comprise twenty episodes. The show will be aired in two parts: the first will run from July until September 2020. The second portion will run until July 24, 2021, and the final episode will air on the 26th of October, 2021. The series was ordered to air for the eighth time. If you’ve seen all the episodes of this series and you are looking forward to the ninth season, then you’re at the right place. In this article, I will provide details regarding the ninth season that is coming up on the show.