The "Prison Break" season 5 production is "under two weeks" away from its conclusion, "Prison Break" writers confirmed on Twitter.
The filming of the revival series started back in April. Filming locations included Vancouver and Morocco. There will only be nine episodes for "Prison Break" season 5 and it looks like all episodes should be ready for a spring premiere.
Describing the production process for "Prison Break" season 5, the writers said in another tweet that they "shoot in order, two episodes at a time, with a few exceptions for locations."
Meanwhile, for those who are worried that they won't see much of fan-favorite Theodore Bagwell aka T-Bag (Robert Knepper) on "Prison Break" season 5, the writers also clarified that he will be in several episodes.
T-Bag is known for his psychopathic tendencies and it is expected that he won't shake off such cunning and dangerous nature come "Prison Break" season 5.
In fact, in the trailer for "Prison Break" season 5 trailer, it was T-Bag who informed Lincoln (Dominic Purcell) that Michael (Wentworth Miller) is alive and is in Yemen.
In "Prison Break" season 5, Lincoln will be on a quest to save his brother and break him out of prison in the said country, where he served a terrorist organization.
How exactly Michael was able to fake his death without a trace and make everyone believe he died is expected to be revealed in "Prison Break" season 5.
More information about the revival is expected to be shared at the San Diego Comic Con or SDCC, where the show will take part.
Miller, Purcell, Knepper and Sarah Wayne Callies, who plays Michael's wife Sara Trancedi, as well as "Prison Break" season 5 producer Vaun Wilmott will be there.
The group will "greet fans fresh out of production to share their behind-the-scenes experiences from set and show a special sneak peek of all new footage."
The SDCC panel for "Prison Break" is scheduled on July 24, the last day of the four-day event. "Prison Break" season is set to premiere in spring next year.