Prison Break Season 5: Kellerman And Mahone Set To Return?

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More details on the upcoming plot of Prison Break season 5 were revealed. Popular characters Alexander Mahone and Paul Kellerman of Prison Break will reportedly be returning next season.

Here are some exciting news on the much-anticipated Fox series to keep you on the edge of your seats.

Prison Break Season 5: Paul Kellerman returns?

According to Movie News Guide, Prison Break season 5 is set to return one of its more notable characters Paul Kellerman. Fox recently announced the character?s return but details about his persona and whether or not he has changed his immoral ways are still unclear.

Fans have also been curious as to what government position will Kellerman have in the next season. Hall Of Fame Magazine shared that Kellerman was previously seen as a presidential candidate of the U.S. during season 4, so fans could expect Kellerman to have the highest governmental position in the U.S.

Agent Mahone also returning?

On the other hand, Agent Alexander Mahone is also rumored to be returning for the next season. There is still no official details on the the character returning or if William Fichtner will be reprising his role, but his return could give them a big boost.

Prison Break season 5 also looks to make a new run with the return of our favorite character Michael Scofield, portrayed by Wentworth Miller, and Lincoln Burrows, portrayed by Dominic Purcell. Sarah Wayne Callies is also expected to return as Sara Tancredi.

According to Movie News Guide, Sucre, played by Amaury Nolasco, T-Bag, played by Robert Knepper, and C-Note, played by Rockmond Dunbar is also reported to return for Prison Break season 5.

After Fox left off with the exciting series back in 2009, we can look forward to another show filled with action and suspense that will definitely keep us on the edge of our seat.

Unfortunately, Fox has yet to announce the official release of ?Prison Break? season 5 but rumors have suggested that it is expected to return sometime in 2017, according to Christian Times.

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