Where to watch Wentworth online in Australia

This critically acclaimed Aussie drama is must-watch TV and the final season is here.



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Drama, crime, romance


This is the beginning of a new era: dangerous new prisoners threaten to turn a post-siege Wentworth upside-down.


  • Season 1
  • Season 2
  • Season 3
  • Season 4
  • Season 5
  • Season 6
  • Season 7
  • Season 8
  • Season 9

Cast and crew

  • Kate Atkinson
  • Celia Ireland
  • Robbie Magasiva
  • Bernard Curry
  • Jacqueline Brennan
  • Katrina Milosevic
  • Rarriwuy Hick
  • Leah Purcell
  • Susie Porter
A reimagining of the classic series Prisoner, Wentworth amps up the violence without sacrificing character depth.

The acclaimed drama explores the challenges inmates and officers face in an all-female prison. It kicks off as Bea Smith is locked up while awaiting trial for the attempted murder of her husband. Starting at the bottom of Wentworth's hierarchy, she has to figure out how to survive behind bars.

Gritty but compelling, the series keeps viewers on the edges of their seats, increasing the intensity with each episode. The show also offers some terrific performances, which is always a plus. Once you enter Wentworth, you might not want to leave.

When is Wentworth Season 8 part 2 coming out?

Season 8 of Wentworth was broken up into 2 parts. The first 10 episodes launched in 2020, with the second instalment coming on 24 August 2021. Dubbed The Final Sentence, it marks the final 10 episodes of the epic drama, so you might want to set a reminder to check it out. Rumour has it that it's packed with action and tension as old scores are finally settled among the prisoners and some fresh faces pop up.

The action picks up 3 weeks after the shivving of Allie, with her attacker still at large. Moreover, new inmate Judy Bryant (Vivienne Awosoga) turns out to be more dangerous than anyone thought. Not much else is known about the new episodes, so you'll need to tune in and see what goes on behind the gates of Wentworth Correctional Centre.

Wentworth: The Final Sentence premieres Tuesday 24 August at 8.30pm on Foxtel's Fox Showcase channel. It will consist of 10 episodes airing weekly. You can watch it with a Foxtel subscription live or on demand. Episodes will also be available to stream on Foxtel Now, which is currently offering a 10-day free trial.

To celebrate the release of the final episodes, a massive Foxtel pop-up channel will air all Wentworth episodes in one 16-day back-to-back marathon from Monday, August 9 on channel 128. You can also watch previous seasons of Wentworth on demand.

Can I watch Wentworth on BINGE?

While BINGE has most of the popular shows available on FoxtelWentworth has been held off the service. However, you can still watch Wentworth on new streaming service BINGE, thanks to its ability to access live Foxtel channels. You can stream Wentworth via FOX SHOWCASE for free using the 14-day free trial offer.

Please note that you can only watch Wentworth on BINGE when episodes are broadcast live. They will not be available to watch on demand.



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