What is Prison Break (TV) About?
Prison Break is a critically acclaimed American television drama series that first premiered in 2005. Created by Paul Scheuring, the show revolves around the life of Michael Scofield, a talented structural engineer who masterminds an audacious plan to break his wrongfully convicted brother Lincoln Burrows out of Fox River State Penitentiary, a high-security prison. The series follows the brothers as they navigate the treacherous prison environment, discovering unexpected allies and formidable adversaries along the way. With its intricate plotlines and relentless suspense, Prison Break engages viewers with its thrilling escape sequences and high stakes. The show delves into the themes of sacrifice, brotherhood, and the lengths one is willing to go to protect their loved ones. With its mix of action, drama, and mystery, Prison Break captivates audiences with its suspenseful narrative and compelling characters, leaving them eagerly anticipating each twist and turn in pursuit of justice for the wrongfully convicted.
The first episode of Prison Break aired on August 29, 2005 and the most recent episode to air was on May 30, 2017.