‘Prison Break’ Season 5 Spoilers, News And Updates: Michael Scofield Back From The Dead? Details About Wentworth Miller’s Character Revealed

It has been nearly a decade since fans have seen the last episode of "Prison Break." But now, spoilers reveal that "Prison Break" Season 5 is only a few months before its release. Some even suggest that Michael Scofield (Wentworth Miller) will rise from the dead. What will this upcoming season reveal about his fate and the other's as well?

What Will Michael Scofield Be Up To This Season?

How will things go for Michael Scofield in "Prison Break" Season 5? Some spoilers say that he will be working with an underground group who will get him back into prison. Wentworth himself confirmed this rumor. "He's been up to some not-so-nice things and there's a question as to whether or not he's even qualified to be considered a good man," explained Miller.

Who Will Make Their Comebacks?

There are also some spoilers which suggest that a lot of the major characters of the show will reprise their old roles in "Prison Break" Season 5. They include Kellerman (Paul Adelstein), Sucry (Amaury Nolasco), C-Note (Rockmond Dunbar), T-Bag (Robert Knepper), Sara Tancredi (Sarah Wayne Callies), and of course Lincoln (Dominic Purcell).

Originally, There Was No Plan For The Show To Return

When its final season wrapped back in 2010, the showrunners did not think of resurrecting the show. Even Miller stated then that the show will not return. "I feel as though we told the story we intended to tell. That's something that's very rare in television - that you're allowed closure - and we were," he said back then.

This is quite understandable because the finale of that season entitled "The Final Break" has Michael Scofield dead and buried. But apparently, there is a great force that induced the showrunners of "Prison Break" Season 5 to get him back to the land of the living. What is this awesome force? Fans will have to watch out for its future episodes.

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