Wentworth is a very famous TV show, and it has gained fans throughout the world. The fans love the show, and after another successful run, the show is coming back for more. Foxtel confirmed that the filming for the seventh season began in April. The new season will have 12 episodes in total just like the previous seasons. The show began airing back in 2013, and it surprised fans with its quality content.
There has been no news about the exact release date of the seventh. Foxtel did reveal that the seventh season will come out in 2019. If the show decides to follow the same route as the previous season, then we will get the new season in June 2019.
Wentworth’s executive producer Penny Win talked about the seventh season. She said, “It’s hard to believe we are already rolling the cameras on season seven of Wentworth. It feels like only yesterday we were reintroducing Foxtel viewers to such iconic characters as Bea Smith and ‘The Freak’ Joan Ferguson.”
“The way in which our audience, both locally and internationally, has embraced and connected with the show goes to prove that people will watch, embrace, love and continue to support quality Australian drama. The ongoing global success of Wentworth truly comes down to the inspired writing and the talented cast and crew who keep raising the bar every season, and to the legion of loyal fans who tell us how much they love it.”
Now, moving to the cast of the seventh season. We can expect the majority of the cast to come back. Here is the cast of the seventh season —
Leah Purcell as Rita Connors
Susie Porter as Marie Winter
Rarriwuy Hick as Ruby Mitchell.
Pamela Rabe as Joan “The Freak” Ferguson
Robbie J. Magasiva as Will Jackson
Katrina Milosevic as Susan “Boomer” Jenkins
Tammy MacIntosh as Karen “Kaz” Proctor
Kate Jenkinson as Allie Novak
Bernard Curry as Jake Stewart