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The women of Wentworth Prison face a high-stakes power struggle in Season 3 of the internationally-acclaimed Australian drama. After receiving a life sentence without parole, Bea Smith (Danielle Cormack, Deep Water, Rake [Australia]) assumes the mantle of top dog and asserts her dominance over the other inmates, including Franky Doyle (Nicole da Silva, Rush), who finds herself more vulnerable than ever before. Enlisting the help of both prisoners and officers, Bea wages war with sadistic governor Joan “The Freak” Ferguson (Pamela Rabe, The Secret Life of Us) but does not anticipate the collateral damage her schemes may cause. This award-winning drama boasts “tense direction, sleek editing, and punchy writing…[with] extraordinary acting performances” (The Globe and Mail, Canada). The fantastic ensemble cast also includes Kate Atkinson (Jack Irish), Robbie Magasiva (The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers), Socratis Otto (The Diplomat), and Aaron Jeffery (McLeod’s Daughters).

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Description

The women of Wentworth Prison face a high-stakes power struggle in Season 3 of the internationally-acclaimed Australian drama. After receiving a life sentence without parole, Bea Smith (Danielle Cormack, Deep Water, Rake [Australia]) assumes the mantle of top dog and asserts her dominance over the other inmates, including Franky Doyle (Nicole da Silva, Rush), who finds herself more vulnerable than ever before. Enlisting the help of both prisoners and officers, Bea wages war with sadistic governor Joan “The Freak” Ferguson (Pamela Rabe, The Secret Life of Us) but does not anticipate the collateral damage her schemes may cause. This award-winning drama boasts “tense direction, sleek editing, and punchy writing…[with] extraordinary acting performances” (The Globe and Mail, Canada). The fantastic ensemble cast also includes Kate Atkinson (Jack Irish), Robbie Magasiva (The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers), Socratis Otto (The Diplomat), and Aaron Jeffery (McLeod’s Daughters).

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