Wentworth Season 8 Episode 16 Release Date and Watch Online

Wentworth Season 8 Episode 16 is expected to release on 28th September 2021. Fans are excited to watch new episodes.

Wentworth is an Australian television drama series. It was the first broadcast on SoHo. The series serves as a contemporary reimagining of Prisoner. Lara Radulovich and David Hannam developed Wentworth from Reg Watson’s original concept. The series is set in the modern day and initially focuses on Bea Smith’s early days in prison and her subsequent rise to the top of the prison’s hierarchy.

In Season 8, the prisoners and staff struggle to rebuild their lives as they struggle to cope in the aftermath. In this season Joan Ferguson returns, and it is explained how she escaped death after being buried alive by Will Jackson.

More About Wentworth

Wentworth is set in modern-day Australia. It explores the life of Bea Smith when she first enters prison after being charged with the attempted murder of her husband. Bea is separated from her daughter and sent to Wentworth on remand, where she lives in “an uncertain limbo” until she is sentenced. Starting at the bottom of Wentworth’s hierarchy, Bea is forced to learn how to survive in prison.

Wentworth Season 8 Episode 16

Season 8 Episode 16 titled “One Eye Open” we are going to see that, with a dangerous plan that could bring down the prison Lou and Judy team up as Eve’s obsession over Jake ends with Linda Miles making one of the most shocking discoveries of her career.

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Wentworth Season 8 Episode 16 Release Date 

This series is getting so much popular among the viewers within the premier of just a few episodes and now the release date is also revealed. Here the countdown starts, as only a few days are left in the release of Episode 16. So it is going to air on 28th September 2021.

Wentworth Season 8 Episode 16

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Viewers can watch Wentworth Episode 16 on Fox Network. You can also stream it online on Amazon Prime Video and Netflix.

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