Wentworth debuted in 2013 as a reimagining of the cult status Australian show Prisoner (a.k.a. Prisoner Cell Block H; Caged Women). Wentworth carries over many of the characters of Prisoner but in a whole new world and genre of television. Spoiler alert – this reveals items from both series in their completion.
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Wentworth is the highly successful modern adaptation of Australia’s 70s/80s cult classic Prisoner. In both series, Bea makes an impressive splash in both shows – but as…… Read more “Wentworth vs. Prisoner: Bea Smith”
A look at the wrap of of Season 7 The Siege (PT 1 +2). What could this mean for the future of Wentworth? Warning: Spoiler Alert!
I have been a loyal Walking Dead fan since its beginning in 2010. I loved it so much that I have also suffered through four years of…… Read more “The Walking Dead Slowly Falls Apart”
When talking about the who’s who of female prison shows, there are two contemporary examples at the head of the pack. Orange is the New Black originates…… Read more “Wentworth vs. Orange is the New Black”
Game of Thrones is one of today’s most popular shows. Here at Richtig Haus we have watched and rewatched all of the seasons multiple times. In fact,…… Read more “Game of Thrones: Theory I”
In recent years, polyamory has found its way onto television. Spanning genres, polyamory has found a home on several of today’s biggest shows. Has polyamory become a…… Read more “Room For One More: Polyamory in Television”
Disgraced former Governor of Wentworth Joan Ferguson is a villain people love to hate. From her appearance at the beginning of Season 2, Joan is an exquisitely…… Read more “Wentworth: The Many Deaths of Joan Ferguson”
Fans of Wentworth (who had not seen the original series) were shocked when Season 5 revealed that Bea Smith (Danielle Cormack) did indeed die at the end…… Read more “Wentworth Season 5: Life Without Bea Smith”