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article imagePrison Break is back, Wentworth Miller to reprise role in reboot

By Markos Papadatos     Aug 9, 2015 in Entertainment
Fox has confirmed that the show "Prison Break" is back, and actors Wentworth Miller and Dominic Purcell will reprise their roles.
The show's original creator, Paul Scheuring is returning as well, and the scripts are being drafted for a 10-episode reboot.
Wentworth Miller's character, Michael Schofield, may not be dead after all, despite being killed off at the end of the movie spin-off. The new series of Prison Break is expected to be a sequel to the original Fox show, and it picks up several years after the last season.
Prison Break deals with two brothers, played by Purcell and Miller, where one brother, Lincoln, was sentenced to death for a crime that he did not commit (the alleged killing of the brother of the Vice President of the United States), and the other sibling, Michael, devises a plan to help him escape from prison, as well as clear his name and reputation.
The original show went on for four seasons, from 2005 until 2009, where the first two seasons received rave reviews from fans and television critics. In 2005, Wentworth Miller garnered a Golden Globe nomination for "Best Actor" in a "Television Series Drama" and the show was up for the Golden Globe for "Best Television Series: Drama"; moreover, in 2009, its stunt team received a Screen Actors Guild nomination for "Stunt Ensemble in a Television Series." In 2006, it won the People's Choice Award for "Favorite New Television Drama."
For more information on the hit drama series Prison Break, check out its official Facebook page.
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