Really enjoyed the last 2 episodes. Even though it felt quite rushed. Good to see Kellerman and C-Note again, both being badass. Even good seeing Sucre again despite it not being that long ago since he was in the show.
So depressed about the ending though. As soon as it said "4 Years Later" after his nosebleed I was like "No, don't be dead". And I kept holding out right up to the point that Linc put the paper crane on the grave. "Let it be someone else, anyone else".
So what is The Final Break?
Hopefully Michael isn't dead... he's undercover and had to pretend to be dead... yeah... and.. *clutching straws*
The 2 hour special "Final Break" is the events that happen during the 4 years that it skips. How Alex doesn't end up with pam again etc. All things that left you wondering pretty much.
Why the hell did they kill of Michael like that it was just completely completely pointless
I thought that it was a very fitting end actually. Had the other half in floods of tears and even I was somewhat choked up
Man, it's finally all over. I really liked the final - final - episode on tonight. It was good old fashioned Prison Break as it should be. I'm going to get them all on Blu-Ray and have a Prison Break Series marathon over one weekend. strawberry floating AWESOME series, and very glad I watched it from the very beginning. May it RIP.
Prison Break may be getting sprung from television purgatory.
Fox is developing a limited-series revival of its 2005-09 drama series that would re-team stars Wentworth Miller and Dominic Purcell, TVLine has learned exclusively.
Details are sketchy, but I hear the reunion project — if it happens — would be similar to last year’s 24: Live Another Day in that it would span a dozen or so episodes and feature a closed-ended storyline.
Earlier this year, Miller — who reunited with former TV bro Purcell this past season on The CW’s The Flash — told E! News that he “floated the idea” of a Prison Break continuation to Fox and “they seemed to think there was something there.” Fox co-chairman Gary Newman acknowledged at the Television Critics Assoc. press tour in January that Prison Break would make “the perfect event series,” but added that there were no current plans to bring the Fox River gang back together.
Prison Break 'Sequel' Event Series Officially Ordered at Fox
Fox is finally confirming what TVLine reported in early June: Prison Break is returning to Fox in 2016 as a 10-episode event series.
“It’s going to bring back both brothers, [played by] Wentworth Miller and Dominic Purcell,” Chairman and CEO Gary Newman announced at the Television Critics Association summer press tour in Beverly Hills on Thursday.
Added Co-Chairman and CEO Dana Walden: “I would describe it as a bit of a sequel. It picks up the characters several years after we left them in the last season of the show. The brothers will be back. Some of the iconic characters from that show will be back. I don’t think [exec producer] Paul [Scheuring] knows exactly where he’s going over the 10-episode arc, but it definitely will address some questions that were set up at the end of the series for a new audience.
“This is the pure vision of the creator of the show,” Walden continued. “It’s going to take a little bit of a detour from where we left off [with the straight-to-DVD coda], but it should feel very satisfying and event-ized. Fans will be excited about seeing these characters back together again.” Regarding the fact that Miller’s Michael perished in 2009’s Prison Break: The Final Break, Newman quipped that that particular plot point would be “ignored,” while Walden explained, “What [Paul] pitched to us was a very logical and believable — in the world of Prison Break — explanation for why our characters are alive and still moving around the world.”