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Production commences on season four of Wentworth @Foxtel

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  Tammy MacIntosh (plays Kaz Proctor), Nicole da Silva (plays Franky Doyle), Danielle Cormack (plays Bea Smith) and Libby Tanner (plays Bridget Westfall).   Photo: Foxtel, Ben King.

Tammy MacIntosh (plays Kaz Proctor), Nicole da Silva (plays Franky Doyle), Danielle Cormack (plays Bea Smith) and Libby Tanner (plays Bridget Westfall).  Photo: Foxtel, Ben King.

Season four of Foxtels’ most successful local production Wentworth has commenced production this week with cast and crew on-set in a new location and studio in Melbourne’s western suburbs to shoot the 12 episode season. The new season will premiere on Foxtel's SoHo channel in 2016.

Wentworth’s Season 4 cast includes Danielle Cormack (Bea Smith), Pamela Rabe (Joan Ferguson), Kate Atkinson (Vera Bennett), Nicole da Silva (Franky Doyle), Celia Ireland (Liz Birdsworth), Shareena Clanton (Doreen Anderson), Katrina Milosevic (Sue “Boomer” Jenkins), Robbie Magasiva (Will Jackson), Socratis Otto (Maxine Conway), Tammy MacIntosh (Kaz Proctor), and Libby Tanner (Bridget Westfall).

As the story resumes, Bea and her cell-block mates are returning to Wentworth after the fire and rebuilding of H Block to find a new dynamic in play with a new contender for Top Dog. On the outside, Franky is trying hard to be a productive member of society. As always, no-one should underestimate “the Freak”.

 

FremantleMedia Australia Director of Drama Jo Porter stated today, "Season four will see Wentworth prison rise again from the ashes of the closing hour of season three.  We all love the new location and the subtle changes introduced by Pino Amenta and the Art Department. 
“The writing team lead by Marcia Gardner has once again concocted a fantastic story arc for the series which will see new and old characters forced to decide what is and isn’t worth fighting for. While thematically, notions of love and obsession will underpin the season as the power base of Wentworth is redefined."

 

Foxtel’s Head of Drama Penny Win added, “The amazing cast and crew have raised the bar each season and with season four Wentworth will become Foxtel’s longest running Australian drama series.
“All of us at Foxtel and FremantleMedia Australia are very proud of Wentworth’s achievements in garnering both passionate fans and critical acclaim at home on Foxtel’s SoHo channel and around the world.”

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