Michael Scofield is a desperate man in a desperate situation. His brother, Lincoln Burrows, was convicted of a crime he didn't commit and put on Death Row. Michael holds up a bank to get himself incarcerated alongside his brother in Fox River State Penitentiary, then sets in motion a series of elaborate plans to break Lincoln out and prove his innocence. Once out of jail, their perils aren't over -- the brothers must flee to escape recapture and battle an intricate political conspiracy that puts everyone's life at risk.
[Y]ou can't - go in to Prison Break's first season expecting gritty realism or strict adherence to the rules of logic or plausibility. You wouldn't want to. Not when it's this much fun. Sure, there are screeds of stock characters, a whole cell-block full of cliches, and more than a soupcon of silly moments, but, ultimately, you'll be too busy trying to stop your adrenal gland from hijacking your heart to care. The show's entire first season is a glorious, twenty-four-episode homage to every prison break movie you've ever seen, with a helter-skelter of tinfoil-hatted, pant-crapping madness thrown in for free. I can't say that it's the 'best' first season of any show ever...But it is, without doubt, one of the most entertaining, compulsive and exciting.--Jamie Andrew, Den of Geek, August 13, 2013
Kevin Hooks, Bobby Roth, Nelson Mccormick
Prison Break considered as one of the greates Tv Shows of all times. That Tv Show won Golden Globe Best Television Series - Drama in 2006, Golden Globe Best Performance by an Actor in a Television Series - Drama in 2006, and Screen Actors Guild Awards Outstanding Action Performance By a Stunt Ensemble in a TV Series in 2009. This was Neal H. Moritz’s 5th Tv Show. Prison Break was one of this most popular pieces. If you liked this title, our editorial team also recommend you to watch these Tv Show: Oz, The Fugitive, and Wanted.