Foxtel’s Wentworth: The Final Sentence Releases A Gripping Trailer For The Finale

‘A lot of people will know they’re going to end up dead’: Gripping trailer for the highly anticipated finale of Wentworth: The Final Sentence releases after Allie Novak is forcibly slid into the prison courtyard

The end is near for one of Australia’s most successful dramas, Wentworth, after a successful run of eight seasons.

And fans will be in for an action-packed ending, three weeks after the show’s protagonist, Allie Novak (Kate Jenkinson) was shifted to the correctional center.

Foxtel just released the poignant trailer for the finale through TV Black Box.

‘A lot of people will know they will end up dead’ The poignant trailer for the highly anticipated finale of Wentworth: The Final Sentence has been released

“The path you walk leads to war,” a voice sounds as flashes of all the characters appear on the screen.

“A lot of people we know will eventually die,” she continues.

TV Blackbox reports that Allie’s attacker is still at large and no one realizes they have a terrorist and potential killer, Judy Bryant, on their hands.

Not Happy: The trailer shows The Freak walking angrily through the prison in action-packed scenes on the trailer

Not Happy: The trailer shows The Freak walking angrily through the prison in action-packed scenes on the trailer

As the trailer continues, a voice says, “I have urges and I can’t control them.”

The following scenes show prison bang-ups and someone being hanged screaming with a noose.

Wentworth completed filming its 100th and final episode last September.

The cast and crew of the acclaimed drama said goodbye on the set in Melbourne at the time, TV Tonight reported.

Final Day: Wentworth completed filming his 100th and final episode last September.  Wentworth's producer Pino Amenta shared a few photos from the last day on Twitter

Final Day: Wentworth completed filming his 100th and final episode last September. Wentworth’s producer Pino Amenta shared a few photos from the last day on Twitter

The show’s line producer Sue Edwards and head of production Brett Popplewell were particularly congratulated in speeches for their efforts.

They managed to film under strict COVID-19 restrictions.

Foxtel also sent individual bottles of champagne to the show’s team for filming, according to the publication.

Bittersweet ending: Wentworth's producer Pino Amenta wrote: 'Last day of recording at Wentworth.  What a glorious experience it is to work with such wonderful people

Bittersweet ending: Wentworth’s producer Pino Amenta wrote: ‘Last day of recording at Wentworth. What a glorious experience it is to work with such wonderful people

Wentworth’s producer Pino Amenta shared a few photos from the last day on Twitter.

He wrote: ‘Last day of shooting at Wentworth. What a glorious experience it is to work with such wonderful people.

‘Will miss the whole damn thing! Very emotional day, thanks to each and every one of them,” he added.

Final scenes: Producer Amenta said on Twitter: 'Will miss the whole damn thing!  Very emotional day, thanks to each of them'

Final scenes: Producer Amenta said on Twitter: ‘Will miss the whole damn thing! Very emotional day, thanks to each of them’

A fresh take on the iconic ’80s Prisoner series, Wentworth has received critical acclaim and has won several AACTA and Logie awards over the years.

It has also aired in several countries including New Zealand, the UK and Ireland where it has developed a devoted fan base.

The Foxtel-produced series was also popular with Australian audiences, who even applied to save the show from cancellation after its seventh season.

Award-winning series: A fresh take on the iconic '80s Prisoner series, Wentworth has received critical acclaim and has won several AACTA and Logie awards over the years

Award-winning series: A fresh take on the iconic ’80s Prisoner series, Wentworth has received critical acclaim and has won several AACTA and Logie awards over the years

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