Wentworth: You can now catch the entire prison drama on BINGE

Posted: 27 October 2021 12:01 pm

Some great news has just dropped for Wentworth fans or those wanting to tune in for the first time.

After 9 extremely successful seasons, the Australian prison drama officially drew to a close on Tuesday 26 October with the Wentworth series finale.

But just a day later there was some good news for those lamenting its demise or those wanting to catch the show for the first time.

Until now, Wentworth was only available to Foxtel or Foxtel Now customers, outside of a mini hack if you could catch the FOX SHOWCASE channel live as the show went to air on BINGE. But that was tricky to say the least and is no longer an option.

Now, all 100 episodes are available to stream on demand on BINGE. That means no Foxtel subscription or Foxtel Now account, which is far more expensive than BINGE, is required. This is what you need to know.

You can now stream all of Wentworth on BINGE.

You can now stream all of Wentworth on BINGE. Image: Ben King

How to watch Wentworth on BINGE

Streaming service BINGE now has every episode of Wentworth for you to watch at your leisure or just re-watch over and over again if you're so inclined.

Subscriptions to BINGE start at just $10 a month. If you're a new user, you get 14 days for free to test it all out.

On top of now housing Wentworth, BINGE also has shows like the smash hit Mare of Easttown, sci-fi series Y: The Last Man, documentary 15 Minutes of Shame or the new season of supernatural teen drama Legacies.

Or if you want to go down the Foxtel Now path for streaming, FOX SHOWCASE is part of the Essentials channel pack, which costs $25 a month. New users get a 10-day free trial.

All previous seasons of Wentworth are also on Foxtel.

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