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It is almost time for Prison Break to return for season 5 after the show being canceled years ago. They have now decided to bring Prison Break back again and the rumors have been flying. Sarah Wayne Callies has finally confirmed that she will be returning to Prison Break for the reboot. TV Line shared the details of what Sarah Wayne Callies had to say about the return of the show and her character Dr. Sara Tancredi.

The thing is when Prison Break returns Sara will have moved on from Michael Scolfield and even has a new husband. Her now husband will be played by Royal Pains star Mark Feuerstein. The show has already been confirmed to come back for 9 episodes and they will be starting filming next month in Vancouver. Wentworth Miller and Dominic Purcell are both coming back as brothers Michael Scofield and Lincoln Burrow. There is also talk that Robert
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Sarah Wayne Callies is officially returning to #PrisonBreak. https://t.co/Ww20H15x2r pic.twitter.com/Drz8ZSG12e

— Prison Break (@PrisonBreak) March 12, 2016 Now that it is official that Sarah Wayne Callies is back again, fans can't wait for Prison Break to come back. This show is one that they have been waiting on for a while. The details are just now coming out, but except more spoilers when filming of Prison Break starts back next month. For now, you can see Sarah on Colony on USA.

Parent Herald shared some of the spoilers for the upcoming Prison Break revival. There is going to be a big time jump when the show returns. It will be five years later and a lot has changed in this time. There was some speculation that Sara would be killed off, but now that she is returning we know this isn't true. At first, she wasn't sure if she could make it back to Prison Break and shared.

"I have gotten the call, and we're really working on it. I've gotta have faith they're going to make it work because they know how much it means to me, and it means a lot to them too, so fingers crossed there'll be good
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