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'The Walking Dead' Has Gotten Into Sarah Wayne Callies' Head (VIDEO)

by Stephanie Opella, posted Oct 3rd 2011 6:45PM
Playing Lori Grimes in AMC's zombie apocalypse drama 'The Walking Dead' has gotten into Sarah Wayne Callies' head. She told 'Good Day LA' (weekdays, 9 AM PT on Fox) that she had a dream where she was "swimming in a river and I looked down and all these dead bodies started to float up to the top." Afterwards, she immediately called former 'Walking Dead' Writer/Director & Executive Producer Frank Darabont, saying "I've got a great scene for you!"

Earlier in the show, Steve Edwards asked Callies about her exit and return from the show 'Prison Break,' where she played Dr. Sara Tancredi. Her character seemed to have been beheaded in Season 3, only to return in Season 4. "That's a complicated story that I probably shouldn't get into," she said. "The simple answer is that I had a baby." When they asked her to come back, it was around April 1 and she thought it was a joke. "I thought about wearing a scarf for the whole 4th season," she joked.

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Who will bite the dust next on Prison Break?

by Isabelle Carreau, posted May 4th 2009 1:33PM
Prison BreakIt's no secret, Prison Break is one of those shows that is not afraid to kill characters along the way, even major ones.

Therefore, it will be no surprise to you to learn that more deaths are coming in the final episodes of the series. But did you know that there is one that will be so major that the show's Powers That Be needed to meet face-to-face with the network to get approval?

Curious as to who may bite the dust by series' end? Want to speculate on how it will happen?

Extreme spoilers follow! You've been warned.

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Is the Prison Break spinoff still in the works?

by Isabelle Carreau, posted Feb 13th 2009 2:22PM
Prison BreakBack in October 2007, we learned that FOX was looking into making a Prison Break spin off set in a prison for women. The plan was to introduce the new series as an episode of Prison Break. This way of testing the waters before officially launching a spinoff has been used to introduce series such as NCIS and Private Practice and will be used this spring to launch the planned Gossip Girl and NCIS's spinoffs.

The Prison Break spinoff idea was put on the back burner and most of us thought it would never happen after all. However, a casting call for PB's episode 4.23 makes me think that FOX is going forward with the spinoff set in a prison for women, especially now that Prison Break has been cancelled. Or they at least want to test the idea before making their final decision.

Spoilers for episode 4.23 and potential Prison Break spinoff coming up!

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Prison Break: Mid-season analysis

by Isabelle Carreau, posted Dec 23rd 2008 3:21PM
Prison BreakFour years ago, many of us thought that Prison Break would last only one season because once the guys break out, it's not "Prison Break" anymore. However, due to the show's success, FOX renewed it over and over again. This lead to the gang being on the run during season two, stuck in Sona and trying to break out again during season three and, this year, working together to gather Scylla, bring The Company down and get their freedom.

Now that the OMG!WTF? mid-season finale aired, it's time to analyze the product we've been offered so far and make our predictions as to what will happen next.

If you haven't watched the mid-season finale, step away from this post right now as I'll dish the reveals after the jump... then again, if you've seen the way too spoilerish mid-season finale promos that aired on TV, you are pretty much in the know.

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What to expect in season four of Prison Break

by Isabelle Carreau, posted Aug 26th 2008 7:04PM
Prison BreakIf you've watched FOX over the summer or read the upcoming season and episodes' official descriptions, you surely know of the big bombshell that will be revealed in the season premiere of Prison Break. It's clear that FOX wants its audience to know of that reveal before hand in order to lure some viewers back to the show and create a buzz around the show.

If you don't know what I'm talking about and don't want to know about it, don't read beyond the spoilers warning. I suggest you also stop watching FOX until September 1 at 8 p.m. and that you stay clear from anything Prison Break related. Because, as I've said before, it's clear the network wants you to know and they are not hiding that reveal at all.

Beware: spoilers ahead!

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Michael Rapaport joins Prison Break cast

by Erin Martell, posted May 13th 2008 3:07PM
Michael RapaportMichael Rapaport is heading back to Fox. The former star of The War At Home has been cast as a regular on Prison Break. Rapaport will play a government agent on the drama's fourth season. According to The Hollywood Reporter, the character has "an interesting offer" for Michael Scofield and Lincoln Burrows.

Rapaport just finished a guest stint on My Name Is Earl playing, ironically, a prison inmate who helps Earl escape. Season four of Prison Break premieres in September, with production starting in L.A. this month.

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Dr. Sara comes back to Prison Break?

by Isabelle Carreau, posted Mar 27th 2008 4:41PM
Prison BreakPrison Break fans, you better sit down for this, especially if you were a Sara/Michael 'shipper. According to E!'s gossip columnist Kristin Dos Santos and TV Guide's Michael Ausiello, actress Sarah Wayne Callies will be back as a series regular for season 4 of FOX's Prison Break! No need to check your computer monitor, you read right: Dr. Sara Tancredi could very well be alive!

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Ten reasons why Lincoln is better than Michael on Prison Break

by Kristin Sample, posted Oct 2nd 2007 12:01PM
The Prison Break BrothersLincoln Burrows (Dominic Purcell) is hands-down my favorite character on FOX's Prison Break. Some argue that the star of the show and the main character is Michael Scofield (Wentworth Miller) but I would propose that it's his brother Lincoln who is the real reason to tune in on Monday nights.

Yes, Michael is very attractive. Yes, Michael is very intelligent. Yes, Michael has cool tattoos ... all over his body (cool tattoos that have cool secret codes and secret maps). And finally, yes, Michael uses said attractiveness, intelligence, and tattoos to break his brother out of prison. This is show of brotherly love is, to put it lightly, generous of him.

Okay, so I went through the reasons one might argue that Michael is better than Lincoln. Continue reading for my reasons why Lincoln is truly better than Michael.

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One major character leaves Prison Break

by Isabelle Carreau, posted Sep 7th 2007 2:01PM
Prison BreakThe news will not surprise many fans, especially TV spoilers addicts like myself. However, the departure of this major character will affect the show, the characters, and the fans. Not to worry, the person parting ways with FOX's Prison Break is not Wentworth Miller or Dominic Purcell. Want to know who it is? The answer, after the jump!

Spoilers ahead!

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What to expect in season 3 of Prison Break

by Isabelle Carreau, posted Aug 6th 2007 11:01AM
Prison BreakLast season's finale of FOX's hit show Prison Break introduced us to Sona, the Panama prison where Michael needs to serve time. When reviewing the last episode, TV Squadder Paul Goebel asked a few questions: What the hell is going on at Sona? Was getting Michael to Sona the endgame in all of this? Will he be the guinea pig in some awesome government experiment? Can Bellick suffer any more humiliation?

The answers to some of these questions and more after the jump. Spoilers ahead!

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