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‘Prison Break’ Season 5: Lincoln Burrows Assures Michael Scofield's Freedom; Michael’s Friends Join Big Escape Plan

Update Date: Mar 21, 2017 05:57 AM EDT
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With the final announcement of the release date of “Prison Break” Season 5, viewers are now expecting the series to fill the gap created by almost a decade-long hiatus. The storyline this time is also kept the same.

Having said so, viewers will see Lincoln Burrows (Dominic Purcell) coming to know that his brother Michael Scofield (Wentworth Miller) is still alive. Now he is in the quest to assist his brother's breaking and coming out from prison.

How Lincoln Comes To Know Michael Is Alive

Michael’s son in “Prison Break” Season 5 continues getting some information by simply questioning about his father to his mom, Sara Tancredi (Sarah Wayne Callies). Suddenly, one day T-Bag (Robert Knepper) comes to Lincoln Burrows and informs that his brother may be still alive. By handing over a letter to him, T-Bag says that he has an idea of a prison where Michael may have been detained, as reported by Mangum Star News.

Lincoln Meets Michael Behind Bars

Lincoln then visits C-Note (Rockmond Dunbar) with a hope to get more information about his brother. Lincoln comes to know that Michael is in somewhere in Yemen or Iraq.

Accompanied by Fernando Sucre and C-Note, Lincoln goes to Middle East to the prison where it is said that Michael is detained. Finally, he is able to meet his brother and promises him that he will make him free anyhow. Now, the climax in “Prison Break” Season 5 is yet to see how Michael is able to come out of the prison.

Viewers will also see almost all of Michael’s friends from “Prison Break” Season 4, who will help Lincoln in planning the big escape, reports Latin Post. However, nothing more beyond it is revealed.

“Prison Break” Season 5 is expected to hit the small screen on Apr. 4, 2017.

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