Let?s take a break on so many spoilers we have previously gathered and still gathering for a moment for the upcoming Prison Break Season 5. The revival of the series has already created a loud buzz especially in the social media.
And now, let?s have a close look for the cast members who are reprising and appearing in the fifth installment of the show. See if your favorite character/s is/are in or out for the show.
Of course, the lead actor for Prison Break Wentworth Miller will surely be returning in the show as Michael Scofield. This is despite his rumored death during the finale of the fourth season. His brother Lincoln, played by Dominic Purcell, also confirmed his return in the series.
The story of Michael and Sara Tancredi might still be continued in Prison Break Season 5 as Sarah Wayne Callies also said she will be reappearing in the revival season. It must be noted that Sara has already married to another man after the ?death? of Michael. She is expected though to help the latter bolt off the prison in Yemen where Michael is being speculated to be imprisoned.
Other characters that will be going back to the hit TV series are Sucre, played by Amaury Nolasco, T-Bag, acted by Robert Knepper, and C-Note, portrayed by Rockmond Dunbar.
Meanwhile, the recently announced returning character is Paul Aldestein so it is expected that Paul Kellerman will be back as the US Congressman in the show. The revelation came from Aldelstein who bared it to his followers. It is, however, not confirmed on whether he had changed his evilness.
The question about his presidential bid during the fourth installment will also be answered in the upcoming show. Kellerman ran for the highest position in the US Government. His return also suggests that Alexander Mahone, played by William Fichtner, might be reappearing in the show.
However, nothing has been made official by Fox about Fichtner. It should be remembered that Mahone is an FBI agent who always on the lookout for Michael. It seems that it is already his obsession to put Michael behind the bars.