"Fuga de la prisión"-Los creadores y el elenco hablan sobre la muerte repentina de un favorito de los fanáticos.

"Prison Break"-The creators and cast talk about the sudden death of a fan favorite.

In the current episode of “Prison Break” fans had to say goodbye to an actor. We tell you what the affected actor and the creator of the series have to say. Warning: SPOILER!


Attention: The following message contains SPOILER for the fourth episode of the new season of “Prison Break” (televised on April 29, 2017 at 8:15 pm on RTL II).

In the last episode of “Prison Break”, fans had to say goodbye to a character from the beginning. Paul Kellerman (Paul Adelstein) was killed after T-Bag (Robert Knepper) visited him. He was killed by two assassins from the mysterious Poseidon organization. Now actor and series creator Paul Scheuring also commented on the death, which was caused by the contents (for example, on the official RTL II website for the “Prison Break” episode “The Prisoner’s Dilemma”) was already circulating in advance.

So this time it will be a final death. Kellerman will not return, like once before, even if actor Paul Adelstein the colleagues of TVLine explainedwho still refuses to accept it. He still hopes there is still a chance to resurrect his character at some point if the series continues again.

The statement by author Paul Scheuring, however, is unequivocal. Dem Hollywood reporter explained him that this death is absolutely real and final. There is no back door open. For him, this death is also an important narrative tool. Make it clear to the viewer that other characters can die too. So now they are much more excited.

For Scheuring, when he started working on the show’s return, it was clear that “at least two people would have to die.” So we will see at least one more death over the course of the season. Scheuring explained to Hollywood reporterBut he promised that he wanted to remain vague about it: “There will be even more deaths!” Notice the plural.

The following is the beginning of the scene leading to the death of Paul Kellerman: