“PRISON BREAK” EXCLUSIVE: Here’s the list of who will be back in the sequel!


It’s official now: Prison Break limited revival sequel is a go at FOX with a straight-to-series order. The 10-hour installment -that might be only 9- will air sometimes in 2016, as announced by FOX’s chiefs during the TCAs. We don’t know much about the story yet, except it picks up several years after the end of the first series and will largely ignore the straight-to-video finale, which saw the demise of Michael Scofield, though they will provide “a logical and believable explanation to why the characters are alive and still moving around the world”. But here at Season-Zero, we have a little bit more informations to provide…

Based on the first episode only, written by original creator Paul T. Scheuring, here’s an exclusive list of the characters who are coming back, even though at this point only Wentworth Miller & Lincoln Burrows as brothers Michael Scofield & Lincoln Burrows have signed on for the sequel. Both will be series regular, of course. But don’t expect too much screentime for Miller initially. Michael is virtually nowhere to be found until the very last minutes. Don’t forget he’s supposed to be dead. Like really dead. But in Prison Break, no one’s ever really dead.

Sara Tancredi, played by Sarah Wayne Callies, will be returning -with her head still on her shoulders!- alongside Mike, her 7 year-old son. The one she had with Michael before he “died”. She now lives in New York and has another man in her life for quite some time named Scott.

Our dear Theodore ‘T-Bag’ Bagwell (Robert Knepper) will also return, with his sadistic smile, his very own sense of humor and his prosthetic hand. The show starts the day of his release from Fox River and he’s in very good shape…

Benjamin Miles ‘C-Note’ Franklin (Rockmond Dunbar) is expected to help Lincoln in his new quest. He now lives in New York too, and he is the respected leader of an islamic center next to a Mosque. He serves God and fights against radicalization.

Finally, Fernando Sucre (Amaury Nolasco) aka Michael’s dumb bestfriend also joins the team. He’s now working on a freelance cargo ship that travels the world (and transports illegal things, obviously).

New characters include Cate, a woman in her 30s who may be Lincoln’s girlfriend, they work together at a dive shop in Florida; and Sheba, a beautiful 20 year-old Middle Eastern smuggler.

One last info -at least for now- most of the action of the first episode happens in the United States -the shooting will take place in Atlanta- but we’re in Yemen towards the end, during civil war.




  1. Julia says:

    Seeing actors Wentworth Miller and Dominic Purcell together again was an absolute blast for any and all fans of Fox s four-season prison escape drama, especially because the actors and writers were all so clearly in on the sight gag.

  2. Danice says:

    There’s a new man in Sara ”s live!! I’m so excited to see how are they gonna bring Michael back =)

    And no Mahone? ?

  3. Bones says:

    Aren’t Miller, Purcell, and Callies all currently employed on other shows? Why are they doing this? The series was good, but it’s over, and it’s been a long time. Can we move on, please?

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