Australian prisoner drama Wentworth finishes filming its final episode ever

That's a wrap! Australian prisoner drama Wentworth finishes filming its final episode ever after eight seasons

By Alisha Buaya For Daily Mail Australia

Published: 07:21 BST, 8 September 2020 | Updated: 07:24 BST, 8 September 2020

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Wentworth has finished filming its 100th and final episode ever after eight seasons.

On Friday, the cast and crew of the acclaimed drama said their final goodbyes on the Melbourne set, TV Tonight reported.  

The show's line producer Sue Edwards and head of production Brett Popplewell were notably congratulated in speeches for their efforts in managing filming under strict COVID-19 restrictions. 

End of the road: Wentworth has finished filming its 100th and final episode ever after eight seasons. On Friday, the cast and crew of the acclaimed drama said their final goodbyes on the Melbourne set, TV Tonight reported

End of the road: Wentworth has finished filming its 100th and final episode ever after eight seasons. On Friday, the cast and crew of the acclaimed drama said their final goodbyes on the Melbourne set, TV Tonight reported

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

Wentworth's producer Pino Amenta shared a few photos of the final day on Twitter.

He wrote: 'Last day of Shooting on Wentworth. What a glorious experience it’s been working with such wonderful people. 

Last day: Wentworth's producer Pino Amenta shared a few photos of the final day on Twitter

Last day: Wentworth's producer Pino Amenta shared a few photos of the final day on Twitter

Bittersweet end: He wrote: 'Last day of Shooting on Wentworth. What a glorious experience it’s been working with such wonderful people

Bittersweet end: He wrote: 'Last day of Shooting on Wentworth. What a glorious

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