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Wentworth (season 4)

Wentworth (season 4)

The fourth season of the television drama series Wentworth premiered on SoHo in Australia on 10 May 2016. It was executively produced by FremantleMedia's Director of Drama, Jo Porter. The season comprises 12 episodes. Season four picks up four months after the fire at Wentworth.


Four months after the fire at Wentworth, Bea and the other inmates have been housed offsite while they wait for construction to be completed. Season four will see Bea battle two formidable enemies. There is Kaz, made so dangerous by her extremist feminist ideology, who regards Bea as the great betrayer to the cause, and Ferguson who is on a mission to exonerate herself – will the walls of Wentworth be enough to protect the Top Dog?





On 27 February 2015, it was announced that FremantleMedia had renewed Wentworth for a fourth season, set to air in 2016.

Jo Porter, the Director of Drama at FremantleMedia stated, "Without wanting to give away any specific spoilers from season three, suffice to say it builds to a fabulous crescendo that in turn has given our season four writers a fantastic launch pad to explore what is next for the complex and compelling characters of Wentworth. Our loyal Wentworth fans are not going to be disappointed and I know our amazing cast and crew are going to relish bringing to life these potent stories."

Penny Win, the Head of Drama at Foxtel stated, "All of us at Foxtel and FremantleMedia Australia are extremely proud of Wentworth and the passionate bond the series has forged with drama lovers, starting with our discerning Foxtel subscribers and expanding to captivate audiences around the world."

On 5 November 2015, it was announced that Sigrid Thornton would step through the gates of Wentworth Correctional Centre, becoming the first actress from the original series, Prisoner to play a major re-occurring role in the reimagination. Moreover, she also plays Sonia Stevens, an inmate featured in the original series, albeit played by Tina Bursill.

Of Sigrid's casting, Penny Win stated, "Wentworth's fourth season continues the series' finely-honed evolution as a world class contemporary drama which proudly forges its own path, while fearlessly daring to reimagine characters and elements of the iconic Prisoner series. Having Sigrid Thornton sign on to return behind the walls of Wentworth is a casting dream and a wonderful acknowledgement of the work the writing team has put into the creation of Sonia Stevens and our plans for her and all our characters."

Jo Porter stated, "Sigrid was always on the top of our casting wish list – adored and admired by audiences for the strong women she has chosen to portray. From the second Sonia Stevens steps from the brawler, there is an unsettling sense all is not as it may seem. I am sure audiences will relish watching Sonia’s long game play out across season four."




AACTA Awards
  • Won: Best Television Drama Series — Wentworth - Pino Amenta & Jo Porter
  • Nominated: Best Lead Actress in a Television Drama — Danielle Cormack
  • Nominated: Best Lead Actress in a Television Drama — Pamela Rabe
  • Nominated: Best Direction in a Television Drama or Comedy — Kevin Carlin (for "Seeing Red")
  • Won: Best Editing in Television — Ben Joss (for "Prisoner")
Australian Writers' Guild Awards
  • Nominated: Best Script for a Television Series — Michael Lucas (for "Plan Bea")
  • Nominated: Best Script for a Television Series or Miniseries — Pete McTighe (for "Seeing Red")
Logie Awards
  • Nominated: Most Outstanding Actress — Danielle Cormack
  • Nominated: Most Outstanding Supporting Actress — Nicole da Silva
  • Nominated: Best Drama Program — Wentworth
  • Nominated: Most Outstanding Drama Series — Wentworth

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External links

  • Official website

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