It has been a few months since the last episode of "Wentworth" was aired, and fans can't wait to see what's in store for Season 5. The finale episode of Season 4 showed Bea Smith (Danielle Cormack) brutally murdered by prison officer turned inmate Joan Ferguson (Pamela Rabe).

A lot of fans reacted negatively about Bea's death, and many agree that Queen Bea may really return to the show anymore - but hardcore fans are not losing hope, and that the producers are really just giving an illusion that Bea Smith is dead. Fans say that the show is doing this to "surprise" the fans with her returning to the show in Season 5.

What a lot of people noticed is that there is no official confirmation as to whether or not Danielle Cormack will be reprising her role in the Foxtel show. Producer Jo Porter may have just teased fans as to how "Wentworth" Season 5 will be when she said "but it was time to look at how to change the dynamic of the show and keep it fresh."

Porter did confirm that "Wentworth" Season 5 will have more drama. She also said that the upcoming season will go "into some very different territory." Season 5 has been previously reported to finish filming by December and air around May 5.

The critically acclaimed series is very popular, not just in Australia, but in other countries, too. Hollywood Reported said in a previous report that FremantleMedia has struck a deal with for a German adaptation of "Wentworth." This adaptation will "will follow the same gritty story of survival, rivalry, power struggles and unlikely allegiances within a female prison," Fremantle confirmed.

The series, which is also available on Netflix, TV Guide said. "Wentworth" airs on Foxtel Australia. The Australian version has sold to other countries and regions like New Zealand (TVNZ), the U.K. (Channel 5), Ireland (TV3), Africa (MNET), Sweden (TV4) and other parts of Scandinavia (CMORE).