Wentworth Season 08 Episode 14 is going to release on September 14, 2021. This news has got all the fans extremely excited.
Wentworth is one of the most popular Australian drama shows. It premiered eight years back, in 2013. The series is created by Lara Radulovich and David Hannam, based on Reg Watson’s initial idea. It is a modern remake of the legendary television show ‘Prisoner’. The first-ever episode of the show became the most-watched in the entire country. With each episode, the show started becoming more intriguing and witty. Here is a promo for Season 8.
The fans got hooked to it and in no time, the show was being watched by a massive audience across the world. They appreciated the unique plot that the show offered, along with its interesting characters. This show was undoubtedly different due to the brilliant performances by its all-female cast. From Leah Purcell to Kate Jenkinson, all of them deserve applause for their portrayals.
About Wentworth-The Series
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Wentworth is currently in its eighth season, which is divided into two parts. The first part was launched in August last year and got concluded in September 2020. The second part premiered in August 2021. The current season titles as ‘Wentworth-Redemption’. The creators of the show have confirmed that this 10 episode season will be the finale season.
The story opens up a little after the unfortunate siege at the very end of the last season, and we witness the inmates as well as the staff, struggling to reconstruct their lives as a consequence. The show has turned even more exciting with several new additions in the cast, leading to unexpected twists and turns.
Wentworth Season 08 Episode 14 Release date
It is confirmed that Episode 14 of season 08 is all set to release on September 14, 2021. This upcoming episode is called ‘Judas Kiss’. Fans around the world are eagerly waiting for its release.
Where to watch
You can catch all the upcoming episodes of Wentworth on Netflix as well as Amazon Prime Video. It is also streaming on Foxtel and Fetch TV.
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