'Prison Break' upcoming episode puts Sarah's life in danger

"Prison Break" has just returned to the TV screen recently, however, that doesn't mean that everybody's safe, specifically Sarah.

The last episode entitled "The Liar" showed how T-Bag, played by Robert Knepper, had warned Sarah Tancredi-Scofield, played by Sarah Wayne, about an impending threat. Apparently, Van Gogh, played by Steve Mouzakis, and A&W, played by Marina Benedict, were chasing her after finding out that the prison doctor has outsmarted them.

"She baited us," A&W says after realizing how Sara has managed to beat them at their own game. However, with the upcoming trouble, will the two assassins succeed in their intention?

With fans expecting so much more about the serial drama series, Wayne expressed her feeling about the return of the installment, "Prison Break." The "Black November" actress admitted that it made her feel "a little bit like I'm in Groundhog Day."

"Our job is to put a job in the rearview mirror and let it go and move on with as much grace and gratitude as you can muster," the 39-year-old actress said on ET. "It never occurred to me that this would come back, but Wentworth [Miller] and Dominic [Purcell] are apparently very persuasive individuals, so here we are."

After almost eight years, Wentworth Miller-starred TV series' return of the has received a warm welcome from many viewers.

"Prison Break" has started in Aug. 2005, however, it ended in 2009. The finale of the hit series has broken not only the hearts of millions of fans worldwide but also the stars of the show. Michael Scofield's "death" was tragic and heartbreaking, therefore, this new installment has given them the opportunity to turn it otherwise.

But the question is, will the two assassins finally win their game this time or will fate favor Sara again? Stay tuned for more update about your favorite TV series here on Enstars!

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