Wentworth Season 3
1.) Description (Editorial Reviews)
WENTWORTH Season 3.The third season of this popular Australian
television series, a murderous women-in-jail melodrama/crime drama
that has frequently been compared to ORANGE IS THE NEW BLACK, now
reaches our shores. Fans of the Land of Oz’s iconic PRISONER series
that pushed boundaries over three decades ago, still boasts a loyal
worldwide following today, will remember Bea Smith as gutsy,
fearless, ruling Wentworth Correctional Centre with an iron fist.
This current series, set in the present day, stars the powerful
Danielle Cormack, (XENA:WARRIOR PRINCESS, DEEP WATER, RAKE) as Bea
Smith. Four months have passed since her bold escape, ruthless
murder of Brayden Holt, who was responsible for the death of her
daughter. She has been tried, convicted, returned to Wentworth for
life without parole, reassumed her mantle of Top Dog, been hailed
by all - including former top dog Franky Doyle, as worthy.
2.) Special Features
However, in this intense production, things are not going to be
easy for Bea. The prison’s sadistic troubled governor, Joan
Ferguson, whom the inmates call “the Freak,” believes Bea is
playing her. The Governor is determined to win the end game. So is
Bea. To achieve this, the inmate will need the help of her fellow
inmates, ultimately too, some of the Governor's trusted officers.
Unlikely alliances that will have huge consequences will form.
|Nicole Da Silva||AC-3|
1.)Wentworth has developed into a mega Aussie “Prisoner” series.
Women’s Wentworth Correction Centre - expect adult viewing. Strong
character driven drama—frequently turning brutal. Nothing like
fast-action Wentworth. Strong women you must not turn your back on.
Season 3’s head warden (Pamela Rabe) once known as “The Fixer” now
is called “The Freak” for good reason. Bea ‘Red’ (Danielle Cormack)
now “Top Dog.” Franky (Nicole da Silva) taken down. Rampantly
wicked prison activity, yet compelling. Others return like Dep.
Gov. Vera (Kate Atkinson), trans-Maxine (Socratis Otto), fat Boomer
(Katrina Milosevie) and cops Matthew (Aaron Jeffery) and Will
(Robbie Magasiva) the nucleus of bad girls behind bars mayhem.
Wentworth staff grind through their own issues.
2.)SDH SUBTITLES for all 12 episodes of 48 min plus 56 DVD Bonus
filmed minutes; bonus segment for every episode
Teaser synopses without spoiling the gritty story; too many
sub-plots to mention them all.
 The Governor's Pleasure ==Bea’s now a lifer- & Gov Ferguson
intends to take her down. Winner is? A new Wentworth psych (Libby
Tanner) to calm spirits—yeah, right.
3.)Much better than Orange is the new black. My husband and I bin
watched the entire show one after the other. This is so exciting
and without all the sex like the other show. Hated to see it end.