Season five of Prison Break is set to begin on 4 April in the US – and it will air a week later, on Monday 10 April, in the UK.
Viewers can tune in at 9pm on Fox UK to watch the episode.
The new series will have just nine episodes – as creator Paul Scheuring has said the show will ‘tell a concise, closed-ended story’.
This marks a significant change from the 22-episode runs that fans have been used to.
What will happen in the new series?
Michael Scofield will be returning – eight years after being killed off in Prison Break: The Final Break.
It has been revealed that he has been working for a terrorist group – and the new season will be dealing with ISIS, taking place in Yemen.
After years of working with terrorists, Michael will be a changed man – and there will be a question in the air about whether or not he’s still a good person.
Meanwhile, Michael’s widow Sara Tancredi has moved on and remarried – and while it’s unclear whether he will reunite with her and their son, a trailer has shown that he was keeping tabs on them before being imprisoned.
Who is in the cast?
Wentworth Miller is returning as tattooed genius Michael Scofield, with Dominic Purcell back as his brother Lincoln Burrows.
Sarah Wayne Callies plays Sara Tancredi, Amaury Nolasco is Sucre, Rockmond Dunbar is on screen as Benjamin ‘C-Note’ Franklin and Paul Adelstein is Kellerman.
Robert Knepper is returning as Theodore ‘T-Bag’ Bagwell, and Mark Feuerstein joins the cast as Scott Ness, Sara’s new husband.