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Rising Star
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Wentworth is an Australian television drama programme. It was first broadcast on SoHo on 1 May 2013. The series serves as a contemporary reimagining of Prisoner, which ran on Network Ten from 1979 to 1986. Lara Radulovich and David Hannam developed Wentworth from Reg Watson's original concept. The series is set in the modern day and initially focuses on Bea Smith's (Danielle Cormack) early days in prison ...

For the first three seasons, Wentworth was filmed on purpose-built sets in the suburbs of Clayton, Victoria. Starting with the fourth season, production moved to Newport, Victoria. The show has received a mostly positive reception from critics, and the first episode became the most watched Australian drama series premiere in Foxtel history. The series was picked up by several countries, including New Zealand and the UK, where it is titled Wentworth Prison.

An eighth and ninth season have been commissioned. The eighth season premiered on 28 July 2020 and the ninth is set for 2021, with it serving as the final season to the series.

First I was ashamed to admit I was watching this but show is really good!


Rising Star
BGOL Investor
So i just finished season 3...initially i felt sorry for Jamie, but after him meeting his father, the reason he was so conflicted because he's been trying all of his life NOT to be a dick...he just can't help himself though..its in his DNA

People talking about Beth..Rip has really calmed her down..she still extra, but i think her and Rip are good for each other..i'm sure she's going to survive the blast...

Prob the dumbest thing I've seen is these dudes coming coming at Kayce with automatic weapons..dont they know he's the Blonde Rambo...who would win in a fight between Kayce and Jack Bauer.. :lol:

Overall great show!


Rising Star
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Rising Star
BGOL Legend
Going to finish watching this movie tonight. Watched the first hour yesterday. It's from 2008 - co-stars Michael Fassbender and Kelly Reilly ("Beth Dutton" from Yellowstone). Plot - couple goes for lake getaway and things go to shit quickly.



Rising Star
BGOL Investor
Glad you're checking it out. Enjoy the seasons, and you timed it perfectly as the newest season premieres in 1 week.

The storylines and characters will be fresh right as you lead in to the new episodes.

Thanks man
I remember seeing the screen cap on my menu and hearing about it in various places but wasn't interested cause I assumed it was a western period piece. It wasn't until I realized that Taylor Sheridan was the writer and director that I decided to watch. Dudes been one of my favorite screenwriters of the past few years. I fuck with every project that he's been a part of. Glad we finally dived in.

Wife and I are alll in....just about to finish the 2nd season...... RIP is easily my favorite character so far....and I appreciate seeing the growth of Jimmy. Good to See Beth exhibit some humanity and coming to Kaycees wifes rescue...Seeing that racist CAC bitch in the store get stripped down, and humiliated was beautiful.


Flawless One
BGOL Investor
That old lady from episode 3 when she sitting there in that airport lobby…

“I’m neither late nor early, I’m the constant that YOU need to adjust to…”

oh man I’m using that one
Should come in handy at job interviews.


The Black Bastard
BGOL Investor
If it was on HBO it would be much more popular.
It became popular cuz it debuted the first 3 seasons on the cable Paramount Network which a large majority of folks have.

They debuted season 4 on their new streaming service to boost up the popularity of the service.


The Black Bastard
BGOL Investor
I was looking up the show and the actor who plays Travis, the cowboy who does horse shows is the creator and has written, directed a number of episodes. His name is Travis Sheridan and he actually is a real life cowboy when you see him on that horse.

He has a long resume of credits on notable TV shows and movies like “Sons of Anarchy”, “Star Trek Enterprise” and those Sicario drug movies.

He is behind the Yellowstone prequel “1883” and the future spin-off series with that Texas Ranch they sent Jimmy too.

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