media mogul is still trying to pull the strings of her life and that of their damaged son Caden. There are many threads to this in the opening episode, and plenty of clumsy exposition at times, but by the time you get to the end of part one (of eight), it’s done enough to drag you into the next – even if you feel at times like you’re belted into a car crash and can’t get away. The dynastic story tells of Caden’s impotence in the shadow of his kingmaker father, who jets in from his US base to interview a woman aspiring to be British PM. Dragged along for the meeting, Caden’s attempt to flex his muscle and win brownie points with his dad fails and the son spirals. AS the final seasons of this brilliant Australian prison drama loom, those who have never checked into Cell Block H should sentence themselves to bingeing through seasons one to six.