Emotional, psychological and professional shockwaves pound the inmates and staff of Wentworth Correctional Centre. Governor Vera Bennett is under fire from Corrective Services and, with Will on suspension, she is relying more on her deputy Jake, not realising he is now Ferguson's puppet.
New top dog Kaz has a challenge to restore order amongst the traumatised inmates, though Sonia remains aloof focusing on her upcoming trial. Liz has to decide if she follows her heart or her head. Doreen struggles with being separated from her son and Boomer supports Maxine as she continues her battle with breast cancer.
Episode 5.01 (47)
On the inside, Vera and Ferguson must deal with the fallout from Bea's death; while outside, Franky's life of freedom is jeopardised by an obsessive Mike Pennisi.
Recovering from Bea's death, Allie returns to Wentworth seeking vengeance against Ferguson. But her attack is thwarted when Ferguson seizes the opportunity to make a powerful statement and create a sense of fear around her. Vera is faced with the problem of finding out who let Bea into a restricted area to be killed by Ferguson. Covering her own tracks, Vera is forced to compromise her own ethics by pinning it on a scapegoat. While Franky finds her life unravelling when the man she assaulted, Mike Pennisi, reappears in her life.
Starring: Nicole da Silva as Franky Doyle, Pamela Rabe as Joan Ferguson, Kate Atkinson as Vera Bennett, Sigrid Thornton as Sonia Stevens, Celia Ireland as Liz Birdsworth, Katrina Milosevic as Sue 'Boomer' Jenkins, Shareena Clanton as Doreen Anderson, Robbie J Magasiva as Will Jackson, Tammy MacIntosh as Kaz Proctor, Kate Jenkinson as Allie Novak, Bernard Curry as Jake Stewart, Socratis Otto as Maxine Conway
With: Libby Tanner as Bridget Westfall, Jacquie Brennan as Linda Miles, Sally-Anne Upton as Lucy Gambaro, Madeleine Jevic as Nurse Lee Radcliffe, Bessie Holland as Stella Radic, Sophia Katos as Mel Barrett, Angela Twigg as Nina Spencer, Katerina Kotsonis as Officer Murphy, Felix Williamson as Mike Pennisi, Robert Grubb as Miles Strathairn, Daniielle Alexis as Dana Malouf, Leah Vandenberg as Senior Detective Ansari, Paul Henri as Detective Harris, Philli Anderson as Inmate #1 (Stunt Performer), Sarah Howett as Inmate #2 (Stunt Performer), Jacqueline Geelan as Inmate #3 (Stunt Performer), Rian Goodge as Pennisi Stunt Double
The Bitch Is Back
Episode 5.02 (48)
Liz starts to regret her decision to testify against Sonia; Vera takes desperate measures to foil Ferguson's self-defence plea; Franky's trapped by her past.
With: Libby Tanner as Bridget Westfall, Jacquie Brennan as Linda Miles, Sally-Anne Upton as Lucy Gambaro, Charli Tjoe as Tina Mercado, Ra Chapman as Kim Chang, Bessie Holland as Stella Radic, Sophia Katos as Mel Barrett, Steve Bastoni as Don Kaplan, Hunter Page-Lochard as Shayne Butler, Gareth Reeves as Marcus Pearce, Daniielle Alexis as Dana Malouf, Leah Vandenberg as Senior Detective Ansari, Paul Henri as Detective Harris, Jacqueline Whiting as Young Junkie
Nothing But The Truth
Episode 5.03 (49)
Liz takes the stand as the mystery witness at Sonia's trial, while Franky and Bridget struggle to keep their relationship together.
With: Libby Tanner as Bridget Westfall, Jacquie Brennan as Linda Miles, Charli Tjoe as Tina Mercado, Ra Chapman as Kim Chang, Sally-Anne Upton as Lucy Gambaro, Bessie Holland as Stella Radic, Sophia Katos as Mel Barrett, Steve Bastoni as Don Kaplan, Hunter Page-Lochard as Shayne Butler, Madeleine Jevic as Nurse Lee Radcliffe, Rachel Maza as Imogen Fessler, Paul English as Crown Prosecutor - Allan Levi, Peter Feeney as Defence Barrister - Michael Baresic, Marty Rhone as Judge - Parisa Jamshidi, Matt James as Court Security Guard/PSO, Daniielle Alexis as Dana Malouf, Jacqueline Whiting as Overdose Prisoner, Paul Rochford as Detective Driver - Precision Driver
Episode 5.04 (50)
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