Prison Break: Wentworth Miller Will No Longer Star In The Series

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Paul Scheuring’s Most popular American sitcom prison break marked as one of the finest suspense drama shows in the business.

The series was first aired on 29 August 2005 and ran almost a year to May 15, 2006.

The huge success of the series forced the filmmakers to make a nine-episode long fifth season which actually cannot be seen as an end.

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Adelstein-parouse production’s Streak of 5 seasons arouses around two siblings Lincoln Burrows and Michael Scofield.

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These 5 seasons consist of 90 episodes left its ink on the brain of the watchers

they feel connected to the series which brings up to our news pf the day,

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Is Wentworth miller really stepping back?

The answer is a plain “YES”.

I know this news will be heartbreaking for the fans and the character of Michael Scofield will be incomplete without “miller”.

fox decisions regarding resume the show is kind of on and off, but the actor decides not to continue for any other season.

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Michael is a co-lead character in a series who saves his brother’s life by designing a stupendous plan to escape from the prison.

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Moreover, after the auditions, Wentworth miller was called the very next day by the makers,

according to them, he was the only perfect guy for this role.

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If you are a prison break fan it must be disappointing to you as this news showered.

never the less surely the production team will be up to this.

but even no one knows if season 6 comes back who can be the perfect replacement of this structural engineer.

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what is the reason behind the discontinuation of the prison break actor?

As he declared on his Instagram post to his fans, you can read how he felt about the show and the situation currently and made a permanent escape.

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So many messages of support and encouragement… Thank you. I'm taking it in. I only hope – thru my acting/writing, what I share online – that energy is returned in some way/shape/form… I didn't anticipate my previous post going so far, so fast, and feel motivated to offer a follow-up… Am I saying gay actors (gay men, specifically) should only play gay parts? No. I was speaking for myself. At this point in my life/career, it's what feels interesting, inspiring, right. That said, do I want to see more gay parts played by gay actors? Yes. It makes a difference performance-wise (IMO), but also bec straight actors playing "gay" centers straightness. Doesn't matter if they're "acting" – I still know what I'm looking at. (Does this dynamic exist on a spectrum with porn genres like "gay-for-pay" and the prioritization/fetishization of straight/"masc" men over gay/"femme" men in the gay community? Conversations for another time.) PB was challenging, onscreen and off. Did anyone involved tell me, explicitly, to bury my gayness for the show's sake? No. Had I already received enough messaging from Hollywood/the larger culture/the schools I went to/my family of origin such things go unspoken lest you risk punishment, losing rights/privileges? Yes. One of the ironies of the closet is I became my own jailer. "Prison Break" indeed. (I've said it before – the universe has a sense of humor.) I haven't spent my career on "Pose" and "Looking." Didn't work out that way. What I've done is a lot of action-adventure, and that's come with a diverse fanbase. Within that is a homophobic subgroup and their shit's been washing up on my shore. They dig "Michael" but have a problem with me. It's got that "Love the Sinner, Hate the Sin" energy. They'd prefer I keep quiet, dial it down. Don't Remind Them. No. My gayness was largely erased (by me, for starters) in the first decades of my career. It is my want, now, to center it in a way that cannot be missed by myself or anyone else. – W.M. 🏳️‍🌈

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