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Wentworth
is an Australian TV Drama produced for Pay TV. The show itself is inspired by classic TV show "Prisoner", or "Prisoner: Cell Block" H as it is known outside Australia. Described as a re-imagining, the show although inspired by the original, is a re-telling of events in a different way. Wentworth began airing in 2013, and will air its final episode in 2021. The series has won 7 Logie Awards.

Cast

Prisoners

Character Actor  Classification Role  Status Duration
Bea Smith Danielle Cormack Main (S1-S4) Ex Top Dog Deceased 2013-2016
Frankie Doyle Nicole Da Silva Main (S1-S6), Special Guest (S7) Ex Top Dog Alive (Released) 2013-2019
Doreen Anderson Shareena Clayton Main (S1-S5) Ex Peer Worker Alive (Released) 2013-2017
Liz Birdsworth Celia Ireland Main (S1-S7) Ex Peer Worker Deceased 2013-2019
Boomer Katrina Milosevic Supprting (S1), Main (S2-S9) Heavy Alive 2013-2021
Simone Slater Ally Fowler Recurring (S1-S2), Cameo (S3) Ex Heavy Deceased 2013-2014, 2015
Kim Chang Ra Chapman Recurring (S1-S5) Drug Dealer Alive 2013-2017
Billie Latham Sarah Howett Recurring Extra (S1-) Heavy Alive 2013-
Margo Gaffney Lauri McLennan Recurring Extra (S1-) Heavy Alive 2013-
Jacs Holt Kris McQuade Main (S1) Ex Top Dog Dead 2013
Toni Goodes Jada Alberts Recurring (S1-S2) Drug Addict Alive (Released) 2013-2014
Sky Pierson Kathryn Beck Recurring (S2) Drug User Alive 2014
Kelly Bryant Christen O'Leary Recurring (S2) Beaten and Used Inmate Alive 2014
Maxine Conway Scoratis Otto Recurring (S2-S3), Main (S4-S5) Heavy, Stand in Top Dog Alive,(Transferred) 2014-2017
Jessica Warner Georgia Chara Recurring (S2-S3) Juvenile Deceased 2014-2015
Lindsay Coulter Kasia Kaczmarek Recurring (S2-S3) Junkie Alive 2014-2015
Marge Marta Kaczmarek Recurring (S2-S5) Elderly Deceased 2014-2017
Stella Radic Bessie Holland Recurring (S2-S6) Heavy Alive 2014-2018
Cindy Lou Miles Paras Recurring (S3) Gang Member Deceased 2015
Tina Crew Member Sophie Archiebald Recurring (S3) Gang Member Alive 2015
Jodie Spiteri Pia Miranda Recurring (S3), Main (Wentworth:VR) Drug User Alive 2015
Kaz Proctor Tammy McIntosh Supporting (S3), Main (S4-S7) Ex Top Dog, Ex Peer Worker Deceased 2015-2019
Lucy Gambaro Sally Anne Upton Recurring (S3-S6) Gang Leader Alive, Unable to Speak > Joan Ferguson 2015-2018
Tina Mercado Charli Tjoe Recurring (S3-S4), Supporting (S5) Gang Leader Alive 2015-2017
Asher Quiney Demi Sorono Recurring Extra (S3-S5) Gang Member Alive 2015-2017
Routh Cindy Rella Recurring Extra (S3-) Tough Heavy Alive 2015-
Allie Novak Kate Jenkins Main (S4-S9) Top Dog Alive 2016-2021
Tasha Goodwin Frankie Adams Recurring (S4) Juvinile Alive (in psych unit) 2016
Mel Barrett Sophia Katos Supporting (S4-S5) Crew Member Alive 2016-2017
Sonia Stevens Sigrid Thornton Guest (S4), Main (S5-S6) Project Leader Deceased 2016-2018
Carly Carly Baker Recurring Extra (S4-) Red Right Hand Member Alive 2016-
Sophia Leonie Bolton Recurring Extra (S4-) Red Right Hand Member Alive 2016-
Tanya Ming Michelle Nisbit Recurring Extra (S4-) Voting Inmate Alive 2016-
Dana Malouf Daniielle Alexis Recurring (S5) Red Right Hand Member Alive 2017
Iman Farah Zahra Newman Recurring (S5) Avenger of Mike Pennisi Deceased 2017
Jen Hutchins Sarah Hallam Recurring (S5-) Henchmen/Drug Dealer Alive 2017-
Mon Alson Emily Havea Recurring (S6-S7), Supporting (S8-) Henchmen, Right Right Hand Member Alive 2018-
Rita Connors Leah Purcell Main (S6-S9) Ex-Cop Alive 2018-2021
Ruby Mitchell Rarriwuy Hick Main (S6-S9) Underdog Alive 2018-2021
Spike Baxter Kate Elliott Recurring (S6) Trouble Maker Alive 2018
Vicky Kosta Artemis Ioannides Recurring (S6-S7) Ex Rival Top Dog Deceased 2018-2019
Sharon Gilmour (Wentworth) Catherine Larcey Guest (S6) Mistaken Identity Deceased 2018
Marie Winter Susie Porter Main (S6-S9) Ex Top Dog Alive 2018-2021
Zara Dragovich Natalia Novikova Recurring (S6) Protector Deceased 2018
Cherry Li Sun Park Recurring (S6) Rat Alive (Disabled) 2018
Taylah Bullock Marny Kennedy Recurring (S6) Drug Addict Deceased 2018
Kylee Webb Geraldine Hakewill Guest (S7) Drug Addict Alive (in psych unit) 2019
Narelle Stang Morgana O'Reilly Guest (S7) Blackmailer Alive 2019
May Jenkins Anni Finsterer Recurring (S7) Trouble Maker Deceased 2019
Amanda Lincoln Recurring Extra (S7-) Heavy Alive 2019-
Lou Kelly (Wentworth) Kate Box Mentioned (S2), Main (S8-S9) Ex Top Dog Alive 2020-2021
Rebel 'Reb' Keane Zoe Terakes Main (S8-S9) Trouble Maker Alive 2020-2021
Judy Bryant (Wentworth) Vivienne Awosoga Recurring (S8-) Hacker Alive 2020-
Cynthia Rattray Alexandra Schepisi Recurring (S8-) Prisoner Alive 2020-
Shelia Bausch Marta Dusseldorp Recurring (S8-S9) Cult Leader Alive 2020-2021

Staff

Character Actor  Classification Role Status  Duration
Meg Jackson Catherine McClements Main (S1) Former Governor  Deceased 2013
Vera Bennett Kate Atkinson Main (S1-S9) Industries Manager Alive 2013-2021
Will Jackson Robbie Magasiva Main (S1-S9) Governor Alive 2013-2021
Linda Miles Jacquie Brennan Supporting (S1-S9) Deputy Governor Alive 2013-2021 
Matthew Fletcher Aaron Jeffrey Main (S1-S3) Senior Officer Alive (resigned) 2013-2015
Erica Davidson Leeanna Walsman Main (S1) Lawyer & Ex Governor Alive (resigned) 2013
Chris Bakula Scott Parmeter Supporting (S1-S3) Officer Deceased 2013-2015
Derek Channing Martin Sacks Supporting (S1-S6) Former Manager now Innmate Alive (Arrested) 2013-2018
Officer Peta Webb Lucia Brancatisano Recurring Extra (S1-) Background Officer Alive 2013-
Joan Fegurson Pamela Rabe Main (S2-S5), (S8-S9) Special Guest (S6-S7) Ex Governor, Ex Top Dog, Fugitive Alive/Fugitive 2014-2021
Officer James Nardella Kumar Ishri Recurring Extra (S2-) Background Officer Alive 2014-
Rose Atkins Maggie Naouri Supporting (S2-S3) Nurse Alive (resigned) 2014-2015
Steve Faulkner (Wentworth) Tony Briggs Guest (S2) Senior Walford Officer Alive 2014
Dr. Sayed Rasham Shash Lall Recurring Extra (S2) Doctor Alive 2014
Bridget Westfall Libby Tanner Supporting (S3-S6) Psychiatrist Alive 2015-2018
Brenda Murphy Katerina Kotsonis Recurring (S3-S6)

Guest (S8)

Senior Officer Deceased 2015-2018
Officer Rochford Paul Rochford Recurring Extra (S3-) Background Officer Alive 2015-
Gareth Blaha Rick James Recurring Extra (S3-) Senior Officer Alive 2015-
Brawler Driver Chris Weirr Recurring Extra (S3-) Transport Driver Alive 2015-
Officer Ericson Belinda Shields Recurring Extra (S3-S6) Background Officer Alive 2015-2018
Jake Stewart Bernard Curry Main (S4-S9) Senior Officer Alive 2016-2021
Lee Radcliffe Madeleine Jevic Supporting (S4-S6) Nurse Alive (sacked) 2016-18
Officer Gavin Ford P.J. Williams Recurring Extra (S4-) Background Officer Alive 2016-
Doug Williams Adam Morgan Recurring Extra (S5-) Senior Officer Alive 2017-
Anna Deng Cecilia Low Recurring Extra (S6-) Officer Alive 2018-
Nurse Shen Chloe Ng Recurring (S6-) Nurse Alive 2018-
Greg Miller David de Lautour Supporting (S7-S9) Doctor Alive 2019-2021
Sean Brody Rick Donald Supporting (S7) Senior Officer Deceased 2019
Jane Bell Fiona Harris Guest (S7) Fake Nurse Alive 2019
Anton Meyne Wyatt Guest (S7) Fake Officer Alive 2019
Wes David Serafin Guest (S7) Fake Officer Alive 2019
Ann Reynolds (Wentworth) Jane Hall Main (S8-S9) General Manager Alive 2020-2021

On the Outside

Character Actor  Classification Role Status Duration
Vinnie Holt John Bach Guest (S1) Jacs' Husband Deceased 2013
Kaiya Goodes Tanika Fry Guest (S1) Toni's Daughter Alive 2013
Harry Smith Jake Ryan Recurring (S1-S3) Bea's Husband Deceased 2013-2015
Debbie Smith Georgia Flood Recurring (S1-2), Cameo (S4) Bea's Daughter Deceased 2013-2014, 2016
Brayden Holt Reef Ireland Recurring (S1-S2) Jacs' Son Deceased 2013-2014
Hayley Jovanka Cassandra Magrath Recurring (S1-S3) News Reporter Alive 2013-2015
Mike Pennisi Paul McDermott & Felix Williamson Recurring (S1-S5) Franky's Boss Deceased 2013-2017
Alan Doyle Richard Sutherland Recurring (S1-S6) Franky's Dad Alive 2013-2018
Colin Bates Steve Le Marquand Guest (S2) Walford Inmate Alive 2014
Carly Slater Nicole Gulasekharam Recurring (S2) Simmo's Daughter Alive 2014
Nils Jesper Tony Nikolakopoulos Recurring (S2-S4) Ferguson's Hitman Deceased 2014-2016
Nash Taylor Luke Mckenzie Supporting (S2-S5) Doreen's Boyfriend/ Walford Inmate Alive 2014-2017
Gareth Corbett Richard Piper Recurring (S4) Lawyer Alive 2016
Don Kaplan Steve Bastoni Supporting (S4-S5) Detective Alive 2016-2017
Shane Butler Hunter Page-Lochard Recurring (S4-S5) Joans ex-girlfriend's kid Alive 2016-2017
Tess Doyle Milla Cormack Recurring (S4-S6) Franky's Sister Alive 2016-2018
Detective Ayoub Maria Mercedes Recurring (S5-S6) Detective Alive 2017-2018
Ray Houser Shane Connors Recurring (S6-S7) Rita's Ex Boyfriend Deceased 2018-2019
Lukas Phoenix Raei Recurring (S6-S7) Marie's Hitman Alive 2018-2019
Rodney Gavin Bert LaBonte Recurring (S6-S7) Lawyer Deceased 2018-2019
Danny Winter Charles Terrier Recurring (S6) Marie's Son Deceased 2018
Senior Detective Collins Ian Bliss Guest (S6, S8) Senior Detective Alive 2018-2020
Detective Hydari Carolyn Bock Guest (S6) Detective Alive 2018
Zoe Taylor Fiona Macleod Guest (S6) Psychologist Alive 2018
Michael Armstrong Stefan Dennis Guest (S6) Lawyer Alive 2018
Artie Birdsworth Louis Corbett Guest (S7) Lizzie's Son Alive 2019
Chocco Nathaniel Dean Guest (S7) Rita's Bikie Friend Alive 2019
Michael Heston David Downer Guest (S7) Attorney General Alive, (Arrested) 2019
Rachel Marsh Nicki Wendt Guest (S7) SOG Alive 2019
Protective Custody Officer Roberts Kevin Harrington Guest (S8) Police Custody Officer Alive 2020
Dominic Slade Tom Wren Guest (S8) Lawyer Alive 2020

Season One (2013)

Season 1 Premiered on May 1st, 2013 on Foxtel's SoHo channel. Factoring in repeat showings of the event, it became the most watched Australian Pay TV premiere. 

We focus on Bea's arrival at Wentworth Correctional Center, and her transition from a scared housewife, to an influential prisoner. It also re-introduces original characters Doreen, Lizzy, Franky, as well as some of the correctional officers like Vera, Fletch, Meg, and Erica, and their journeys throughout the series.

Season 1 as well as focusing on the prisoners, also shows how it's not necessarily the prisoners who are living in a prison, and that the staff are mentally feeling like prisoners with their own lives as well.

No. in series No. in Season Title  Directed By Written By Aus & UK Air Date Australian Views
1 1 No Place Like Home Kevin Carlin Pete McTighe 1 May 2013 244,000 
2 2 Fly Me Away Kevin Carlin Pete McTighe 8 May 2013 102,000
3 3 The Girl Who Waited Catherine Millar Pete McTighe 15 May 2013 110,000
4 4 The Things We Do Catherine Millar Pete McTighe 22 May 2013 97,000
5 5 The Velvet Curtain Tori Garrett Pete McTighe 29 May 2013 115,000
6 6 Captive Tori Garrett Pete McTighe 5 June 2013 92,000
7 7 Something Dies Jet Wilkinson Pete McTighe 12 June 2013  97,000
8 8 Mind Games Jet Wilkinson Lally Katz & Emma J. Steele 19 June 2013 82,000
9 9 To the Moon Kevin Carlin Gulia Sandler 26 June 2013 77,000
10 10 Checkmate Kevin Carlin Emma J. Steele 3 July 2013  125,000


Season Two (2014)

Wentworth Prison was confirmed for a second series on June 5th 2013. This was on the same date as the 6th episode of the first season aired. Production began in late 2013 and started filming in 2014.

A Sneak peak was released in 2013, featuring Joan Ferguson. It has been confirmed that Joan Ferguson's character has indeed replaced Erica Davidson. 

It had been stated that the series will begin from 28th August 2014, but the premier date for Season 2 was later confirmed as 20th May 2014.

It was confirmed that all the main cast, apart from Kris McQuade, Catherine McClements and Leeanna Walsman who played Jacs Holt, Meg Jackson and Erica Davidson will not return for the series. While Boomer will return but this time as a main character. Martin Sacks and Ally Fowler will return as part of the recurring cast as Simone Slater and Derek Channing.

Season 2 takes place, beginning three months after the end of Series 1.

There will be 12 Episodes, an upgrade of two episodes. 

No. in series

No. in season

Title

Directed By 

Written By 

Original Air Date & UK

Australian Viewers

11 0 Look Back At Wentworth Kevin Carlin John Ridley 19 May 2014
12 1 Born Again Kevin Carlin Pete McTighe 20 May 2014

75,000

13 2 Whatever It Takes Kevin Carlin John Ridley 27 May 2014 99,000
14 3 Boys In The Yard Catherine Millar Timothy Hobart 3 June 2014 95,000
15 4 The Danger Within Catherine Millar Marcia Gardner 10 June 2014 66,000
16 5 Twist The Knife Dee McLachlan Pete McTighe 17 June 2014 64,000
17 6 The Pink Dragon Dee McLachlan Marcia Gardner 24 June 2014 100,000
18 7 Metamorphosis Pino Amenta John Ridley 1 July 2014 68,000
19 8 Sins of the Mother Pino Amenta Timothy Hobart 8 July 2014 79,000
20 9 The Fixer Steve Jodrell John Ridley 15 July 2014 87,000
21 10 Jail Birds Steve Jodrell Timothy Hobart 22 July 2014 81,000
22 11 Into The Night Kevin Carlin Adam Todd 29 July 2014 86,000
23 12 Fear Her Kevin Carlin Pete McTighe 5 August 2014 103,000

Season Three (2015)

No. in series

No. in season

Title

Directed By 

Written By 

Original Air Date & UK

Australian Viewers

24 1 "The Governor's Pleasure" Kevin Carlin Stuart Cole 7 April 2015 100,000
25 2 Failing Upwards Kevin Carlin Adam Todd 14 April 2015 94,000
26 3 Knives Out Catherine Millar Pete McTighe 21 April 2015 98,000
27 4 Righteous Acts Catherine Millar John Ridley 28 April 2015 102,000
28 5 Mercy Catherine Millar Adam Todd 5 May 2015 97,000
29 6 Evidence Steve Jodrell Stuart Page 12 May 2015 118,000
30 7 The Long Game Steve Jodrell Pete McTighe and Marcia Gardner 19 May 2015 104,000
31 8 Goldfish Kevin Carlin John Ridley 26 May 2015 108,000
32 9 Freak Show Catherine Millar Adam Todd 2 June 2015 108,000 
33 10 A Higher Court Catherine Millar Stuart Page 9 June 2015 127,000
34 11 The Living  and the Dead Steve Jodrell John Ridley 16 June 2015 109,000
35 12 Blood and Fire Steve Jodrell Pete McTighe 23 June 2015 140,000

Season Four (2016)

It was announced on 26 February 2015 that a fourth season, of 12 episodes, had been commissioned. Shooting will begin in late 2015 and airing sometime in 2016.Then the fourth season of 12 episodes will make Wentworth Foxtel’s longest running Australian drama series.

No. in series

No. in season

Title

Directed By 

Written By 

Original Air Date & UK

Australian Viewers

36 1 First Blood Kevin Carlin John Ridley 10 May 2016 (Aus) & 27 June 2016 (UK) 140,000
37 2 Poking Spiders Kevin Carlin Marcia Gardner 17 May 2016 97,000
38 3 Prisoner Steven Jodrell Pete McTighe 24 May 2016 81,000
39 4 Screw Lover Steven Jodrell Micheal Lucas 31 May 2016 97,000
40 5 Love and Hate Jet Wilkinson John Ridley 7 June 2016 103,000
41 6 Divide and Conquer Jet Wilkinson Marcia Gardner 14 June 2016 119,000
42 7 Panic Button Adrian Russell Wills Pete McTighe 21 June 2016 121,000
43 8 Plan Bea Adrian Russell Wills Micheal Lucas 28 June 2016 84,000
44 9 After Life Steven Jodrell Micheal Lucas 5 July 2016 110,000
45 10 Smitten Steven Jodrell Samantha Winston 12 July 2016 110,000
46 11 The Eleventh Hour Kevin Carlin John Ridley 19 July 2016 123,000
47 12 Seeing Red Kevin Carlin Pete McTighe 26 July 2016 95,000
*** Special Wentworth VS Prisoner: Family Feud 18 October 2016

Season Five (2017)

No. in series

No. in season

Title

Directed By 

Written By 

Original Air Date & UK

Australian Viewers

48 1 Scars Mat King John Ridley 4 April 2017 (Aus) & 23 May 2017 (UK) 101,000
49 2 The Bitch is Back Mat King Andrew Anastasios 11 April 2017 96,000
50 3 Nothing but the Truth Geoff Bennett Pete McTighe 18 April 2017 88,000
51 4 Loose Ends Geoff Bennett Marcia Gardner 25 April 2017 85,000
52 5 Belly of the Beast Fiona Banks Marcia Gardner 2 May 2017 79,000
53 6 Happy Birthday, Vera Fiona Banks John Ridley 9 May 2017 80,000
54 7 The Pact Mat King Andrew Anastasios 16 May 2017 83,000
55 8 Think Inside the Box Mat King Pete McTighe 23 May 2017 73,000
56 9 Snake Head Catherine Millar Andrew Anastasios 30 May 2017 74,000
57 10 Mere Anarchy Catherine Millar Marcia Gardner 6 June 2017 81,000
58 11 Coup De Grace Kevin Carlin John Ridley 13 June 2017 81,000
59 12 Hell Bent Kevin Carlin Pete McTighe 20 June 2017 114,000

Season Six (2018)

No. in series

No. in season

Title

Directed By 

Written By 

Original Air Date & UK

Australian Viewers

60 1 Clean Slate Kevin Carlin Pete McTighe 19 June 2018 (Aus) & 23 June 2018 (UK) 101,000
61 2 The Boxer Kevin Carlin Marcia Gardner 26 June 2018 87,000
62 3 Bleed Out Fiona Banks John Ridley 3 July 2018 105,000
63 4 Winter Is Here Fiona Banks Andrew Anastasios 10 July 2018 83,000
64 5 Bitter Pill Rodger Hodgman John Ridley 17 July 2018 71,000
65 6 The Angel of Wentworth Rodger Hodgman Marcia Gardner &

Andrew Anastasios

24 July 2018 82,000
66 7 The Edge Sian Davies Pete McTighe 31 July 2018 77,000
67 8 Lovers and Fighters Sian Davies John Ridley &

Marcia Gardner

7 August 2018 91,000
68 9 Shallow Grave Fiona Banks John Ridley 14 August 2018 91,000
69 10 Fractured Fiona Banks Pete McTighe 21 August 2018 103,000
70 11 Indelible Ink Kevin Carlin Marcia Gardner & John Ridley 28 August 2018 82,000
71 12 Showdown Kevin Carlin Pete McTighe 4 September 2018 102,000

Season 7 (2019)

Season 7 picks up 3 months after season 6, with nothing left to lose Rita fights for her freedom, Marie wants revenge, Liz slips further in health and a new deputy governor steps up to the plate.

No. in series

No. in season

Title

Directed By 

Written By 

Original Air Date & UK

Australian Viewers

72 0 7x00 Behind the Bars 26 May 2019
73 1 Blood Wedding Kevin Carlin Marcia Gardner 28 May 2019 (Aus) & 8 June 2019 (UK) 89,000
74 2 7x02 Payback Kevin Carlin John Ridley 4 June 2019 96,000
75 3 7x03 Atonement Jonathan Brough Max Conroy 11 June 2019 88,000
76 4 7x04 Karen Jonathan Brough Pete McTighe 18 June 2019 86,000
77 5 7x05 Ascension Beck Cole Pete McTighe 25 June 2019 86,000
78 6 7x06 Mother Beck Cole John Ridley 2 July 2019 72,000
79 7 7x07 Bad Blood Fiona Banks Marcia Gardner 9 July 2019 94,000
80 8 7x08 Protection Fiona Banks Max Conroy 16 July 2019 103,000
81 9 7x09 Under Siege Part One Kevin Carlin John Ridley 23 July 2019 91,000
82 10 7x10 Under Siege Part Two Kevin Carlin Pete McTighe 30 July 2019 110,000

Season 8 (2020)

Will pick up in 2020 and follow the survivors of the siege and how the staff & prisoners are still struggling to comprehend the bloodshed and horror they've endured. Determined to bring change to Wentworth, a new general manager is appointed Ann Reynolds (Wentworth) as the successor of disgraced Derek Channing. Legendary characters enter the compound with Judy, Lou and Reb coming into Wentworth in a whirlwind of emotion. The staff continue their struggle to regain control over the prison, with Will trying his best to overcome his affair with Marie and his new rivalry with Ann as she wants Will gone. Vera/Jake trying to make the best of parenthood, while officer Miles struggles to overcome PTSD feeling numb but sides with the new General Manager and becomes "tougher" and "hardened". While Rita fights to make sure she gives evidence on disgraced Michael Heston when her former handlers try to silence her. Ruby fights for freedom, as Boomer fights a manslaughter charge after smothering Liz with a pillow in the previous season.

No. in series

No. in season

Title

Directed By 

Written By 

Original Air Date & UK

Australian Viewers

83 1 8x01 Resurrection Kevin Carlin Pete McTighe 28 July 2020 (Aus)

5 August 2020 (UK)

107,000
84 2 8x02 Ends And Means Kevin Carlin Max Conroy & Kim Wilson 4 August 2020 (Aus)

12 August 2020 (UK)

78,000
85 3 8x03 Enemy of the State Beck Cole Marcia Gardner 11 August 2020 (Aus) 73,000
86 4 8x04 Revenant TBA TBA TBA TBA
87 5 8x05 Beyond The Grave TBA TBA TBA TBA
88 6 8x06 Maternal Instinct TBA TBA TBA TBA
89 7 8x07 Taken TBA TBA TBA TBA
90 8 8x08 Goldfish Part 2 TBA TBA TBA TBA
91 9 8x09 Monster TBA TBA TBA TBA
92 10 8x10 The Enervator TBA TBA TBA TBA

Season 9 (2021)

Will air in 2021, the final season, currently filming again after production shutdown in March.


No. in series

No. in season

Title

Directed By 

Written By 

Original Air Date & UK

Australian Viewers

93 1 9x01 Rogue TBA TBA April/May/June 2021 (Aus) TBA
102 10 9x10 Legacy TBA TBA Late 2021 TBA
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