Fans will be highly excited to know that the remake of “Prison Break” is already in the work with the US broadcaster FOX. Wentworth Miller and Dominic Purcell have confirmed Fox’s continuation of the drama is coming closer and they both will be seen in the show.
According to TV Line, the network is developing the hit 2005-2009 TV series into a limited series. Although, the information is vague, but a report revealed that “Prison Break” season 5 would be similar to the previous year’s “24: Live Another Day.” Earlier FOX wanted the series to have around a dozen episodes with each having standalone and close-ended storyline.
The man behind the iconic “Game of Thrones’s” opening title music, Ramin Djawadi, recently said to Express.co.uk that he is eager to come back and work on the upcoming “Prison Break” series.
“I literally just heard it, so it’s news for me. It’s very exciting because the show was such a good show but nobody has contacted me at this point,” Djawadi said.
“Most likely, if my schedule allows – that show was very close to me. I loved all the people involved. I thought it was an incredible show. Absolutely,” he added.
“The Walking Dead” actress Sarah Wayne Callies, whose character Sara Tancredi died in “Prison Break” season 3, had emerged alive in the fourth series. She has shown her interest to reprise her role for the fifth series.
Created by Paul Scheuring, “Prison Break” was an American TV serial drama that was aired by FOX between 2005 and 2009. The first season was followed by two bothers – Michael Scofield and Lincoln Burrows. Burrows was anyhow imprisoned by false charges and sentenced to death. He was waiting for his execution at Fox River State Penitentiary. Scofield was a structural engineer by profession who had given all his efforts to break his bro out of the prison.
“Prison Break” was one of the most highly watched action-packed TV shows. It received several nominations and awards.
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