‘Prison Break’ Season 5 Air Date, Spoilers & Updates: New Villain In Michael’s Life Revealed

"Prison Break" Season 5 will be returning to Fox with a continuation of the story of Michael Scofield, Sara Tancredi, Lincoln Burrows in 2017. While many fans are already wondering how Michael made it out alive from the Season 4 finale, spoilers for the revival tease on the new villain in Michael's life that will surprise everyone. Who is the new villain?

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"Prison Break" Season 5 spoilers reveal that Michael Scofield (Wentworth Miller) will be dealing with a new villain when the Fox drama returns to the screens next year. According to iDigitalTimes, the Fox revival will be revealing how Michael was able to make it out alive after seemingly dying in the Season 4 finale of the show.

Aside from this, "Prison Break" revival spoilers hint on the identity of the new villain in Michael's life. According to the publication, there are speculations that T-Bag will become bad in the upcoming Fox revival.

The publication notes that T-Bag may become the villain in "Prison Break" Season 5 since he was the one who delivered the news to Lincoln about the fact that Michael is still alive. This means that fans and viewers should brace themselves for a possible betrayal from one of Michael's friends.

Even "Prison Break" Season 5 writers teased on the major involvement of T-Bag in the upcoming revival through Twitter. This strengthened the reports that T-Bag will be turning against his friends in the upcoming season.

There are also theories that "Prison Break" Season 5 will see the death of a major character - either Sara (Sarah Wayne Callies) or Lincoln (Dominic Purcell). Aside from this, many fans are looking forward to Michael's new set of tattoos.

Do you think T-Bag will be the villain in "Prison Break" Season 5? Share your thoughts in the comments section below!

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