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Prison Break: Season 2 (2006-2007)

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Critic Consensus: Prison Break's second phase branches its inaugural season's focused narrative into a series of tangents on the lam, which may lose the interest of some viewers but does maintain the series' propulsive momentum.

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The second season kicks off with the eight inmates-turned-fugitives facing their first morning outside the walls of the Fox River State Penitentiary. Led by Michael Scofield (Wentworth Miller), the mastermind behind the breakout, the escapees endeavor to stay ahead of the manhunt spearheaded by FBI Agent Alexander Mahone (William Fichtner). He begins his pursuit with a press conference to seek the public's help before taking a closer look at Michael's tattoos, which hold clues about his post-escape plans. Dr. Sara Tancredi (Sarah Wayne Callies), Michael's love interest and abettor, overdoses but survives, only to become a pawn in the political conspiracy as she tries to reunite with Michael. Disgraced prison guard Brad Bellick (Wade Williams) loses his job and joins the hunt for the Fox River 8 as a bounty hunter. While Lincoln Burrows (Dominic Purcell) sticks close to his brother Michael, some of the ex-prisoners pursue their own agendas: John Abruzzi (Peter Stormare) wants to settle an old score; Fernando Sucre (Amaury Nolasco) tries to halt the wedding of his beloved Maricruz (Camille Guaty); and Benjamin Miles "C-Note" Franklin (Rockmond Dunbar) and villainous Theodore "T-Bag" Bagwell (Robert Knepper) each try to reunite with their families. However, the paths of six of the wanted men converge in Utah, where they try to recover the loot stashed by the legendary hijacker D.B. Cooper. Unfortunately for the fugitives, a shadowy government agent has ordered Agent Mahone to track down and kill the Fox River 8, and Mahone appears to be Michael's intellectual equal.

Cast

Wentworth Miller
as Michael Scofield
Dominic Purcell
as Lincoln Burrows
William Fichtner
as Alexander Mahone
Sarah Wayne Callies
as Dr. Sara Tancredi
Paul Adelstein
as Agent Kellerman
Reggie Lee
as Bill Kim
Peter Stormare
as John Abruzzi
Robin Tunney
as Veronica Donovan
Matt DeCaro
as Roy Geary
Helena Klevorn
as Dede Franklin
Silas Weir Mitchell
as Charles `Haywire' Patoshik
Callie Thorne
as Pamela Mahone
Stacy Keach
as Warden Pope
John Heard
as Gov. Frank Tancredi
Joseph Nunez
as Manche Sanchez
K.K. Dodds
as Susan Hollander
Wilbur Fitzgerald
as Bruce Bennett
Camille Guaty
as Maricruz Delgado
Anthony John Denison
as Dad/Aldo Burrows
Rachel Loera
as Theresa Delgado
Diana Scarwid
as Jeanette Owens
Korey Simeone
as Command Center Techie
Leon Russom
as Pad Man
Steven Chester Prince
as Detective No. 1
Holly Valance
as Nika Volek
Jeff Perry
as Terrence Steadman
DuShon Brown
as Nurse Katie Wech
Quinn Wermeling
as Zack Hollander
Mark Harelik
as Marty Gregg
Tina Holmes
as Kristine Pace
Daniel Allar
as Avocado
Kristin Lehman
as Jane Phillips
Danielle Campbell
as Gracey Hollander
Kristin Malko
as Debra Jean Belle
Marc Macaulay
as Mr. Ives
Joe Inscoe
as Lyle Sands
Maurice Ripke
as Petey Cordero
Kim Coates
as Richard Sullins
Ranjit Chowdhry
as Dr. Marvin Gudat
Steve Barnes
as Agent Drucker
Romy Rosemont
as Det. Kathryn Slattery
Wayne Dehart
as Vagrant
Brad Hawkins
as Tough Guy No. 2
Michelle Forbes
as Samantha Brinker
J.D. Evermore
as Kyle `Woody' Woodling
Dell Johnson
as IDOC Captain
Kevin Dunn
as Cooper Green
Lisa Lloyd
as Receptionist
Alan Ackles
as Manager
John McIntosh
as Doctor No. 2
Dylan Minnette
as Young Michael
Wilbur Firzgerald
as Bruce Bennett
David Stokey
as Junior Counsel
Christian Stolte
as C.O. Stolte
Patricia Wettig
as President Caroline Reynolds
Kristen Malko
as Debra Jean Belle
Max Kirsch
as Young Lincoln
Melissa Marsala
as Maricruz Delgado
Summer Selby
as Prosecutor
Carol Farabee
as Patty Wallace
Jack Watkins
as Off. Grady
Zachary Friedman
as Cameron Mahone
Steve Shearer
as Gringo No. 1
Elise Ballard
as Midwestern Mom
Louis Gusemano
as Border Patrol Officer
Dari Hayes
as Det. Allen
Danielle Di Vecchio
as Sylvia Abruzzi
Jo Perkins
as Old Blind Lady
Jodie Moore
as Camping Store Proprietor
Michael Gohlke
as Young Theodore
Mike Jones
as Darius
Paul Menzel
as Medical Examiner
Mat Greer
as Ticket Checker
Clarice Tinsley
as News Host
Amy Levin
as Pharmacist
Jason Konopisos
as Anchor Aide
Ed Spilla
as Cop No. 1
Joel Stoffer
as Old Man Bagwell
Sonny Franks
as Harold Jenkins
Jamie Renell
as Ticket Taker
Arianne Martin
as Assistant
Gary Grubbs
as Sen. Phil Lemon
Grady McCardell
as Local Cop
Akai Draco
as Detention Center C.O.
M Denise Lee
as NA Counselor
Scott Edward Logan
as Car Hop/Jimmy
Arturo Byrd
as Cop No. 1
Tim De Zarn
as Salty Vet
Edgar Arreola
as Bureau Worker
Greg Dorchak
as Cop No. 1
Maria Sotolongo
as Reporter No. 1
Karl Anderson
as Gun Dealer
Jack Gould
as Old Farmer Guy
Leo Marks
as Greg Rydenour
Lawrence Zarnado
as C.O. No. 1
Michael Swanner
as Motel Manager
Brent Anderson
as Sheriff Williams
Damon Carney
as Mysterious Man
Laurie Walton
as Young Wife
Alex Meneses
as Chi Chi
Richard Zavaglia
as Mobster Thug
Brandon Smith (I)
as Warden Ed Pavelka
Conor O'Farrell
as Agent Miller
Amanda Rivas
as Attractive Woman
Timothy Walter
as C.O. No. 4
Joe Nemmers
as Other Cop
Norman Bennett
as Proprietor
Naima Imani Lett
as Receptionist
Nick Roth
as Hitchhiker
Bruce DeBose
as Greg Nagel
David Marriott
as Agent No. 1
Mark Oliver
as Detention Center Official
Scott Roland
as Dark Figure
Davíd Garza
as Faretaker
Jimmy Gonzales
as Baggage Worker
Aleisha Force
as Assistant
Jason Douglas
as Highway Patrolman
JB Blanc
as Jerry Curtin
Ryan Rutledge
as Krance (Governor's Detail Guard)
Bryan Kent
as Clandestine Agent
Karl Makinen
as Derek Sweeney
Marc Pouhe
as Detention Center Classroom Instructor
Richard Rollin
as Pick-Up Truck Man
David Precopia
as N.M. State Trooper/Sgt. Humphries
Jackie Cabe
as NA Group Leader
Andrew Sensenig
as Prosecutor
Sylvia Rawley
as Mrs. Vasquez
Rommel Sulit
as Doctor No. 1
Carrie Slaughter
as Triage Nurse
Michael Nanfria
as Older Cop
Mitchell Laurence
as Tim McGilicuty
Steve Coulter
as Detective
Ron Tatar
as Gila Hotel Manager
Chris Freihofer
as Agent Montana
Paul T. Taylor
as Government Spook
Brian Smolensky
as Security Guard
Toby Metcalf
as Friend No. 1
Cora Cardona
as Sucre's Aunt
Robert Pralgo
as Agent Holdrich
Mark Nutter
as Cop No. 1
Shauna McLean
as Waitress
Walter Fauntleroy
as Younger Cop
Baron Jones
as Newsanchor
Tom Clark
as Keith
Dan Loggins
as Customer
Van Quattro
as Sheriff No. 1
Steve Powell
as Bartender
Rebecca Aguilar
as Anchorwoman
Steven Walters
as Gas Station Attendant
Bill Wise
as Sundown Hotel Guy
Natalie Solis
as Fox Field Reporter
Jennifer Almaguer
as Young Hooker
Stuart Greer
as Grace's Father
Darryl Cox
as Behaviorist
Tron Kendrick
as Cop. No. 1
Eric Gosse
as Agent Hara
Molly Stroud
as Teenager
Werner Richmond
as Transport Van Driver
Natasha Curry
as Fox News Anchor
Emily Lopez
as Reporter
Maliek Golden
as 12-Year-Old Kid
Demi Lovato
as Danielle Curtin
Tom Eppler
as Pawn Guy
Ruben Rojas
as Federale No. 1
Alejandro García
as Airport Security Guard No. 2
Luke King
as B. Fanatic
Josh Ridgway
as Tech Guy
Melissa Cutler
as Anchorwoman
Evan Gamble
as Teenager
Kenny Alfonso
as Agent No. 1
Liz Mikel
as Female C.O.
Paul Wright
as Sasha's Father
Taylor Nichols
as Dr. Erik Stammel
Derek Phillips
as Field Cop
Leon Russum
as Pad Man
Yolanda Williams
as Ticket Agent
J. Taylor
as Alabama Cop No. 1
Julian Guevera
as Federale No. 1
Morgana Shaw
as Ticket Agent
Dane Rhodes
as Customer
Brian Hunt
as High-School Kid
Noah Podell
as Boy Abruzzi
Mark Stoddard
as Trooper No. 2
Kattia Prado
as Head Nurse
Cameron McElyea
as Gas Station Employee
Shelby Davenport
as Fed. No. 1
Marcus Mauldin
as Banks' Boy No. 1
Todd Peters
as Young Husband
James Grace
as Fed No. 2
Irene Cortez
as Mexican Maid
Allyn Carrell
as Dust Bowl Woman
LisaMarie Lamendola
as Flight Attendant
Kim Klonower
as Desk Worker
Clayton Paschal
as Baggage Claim Guy
Todd Upchurch
as IA lackey
Natalie Dickinson
as Kelli Foster
Cara Serber
as Woman/President Reynolds
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Critic Reviews for Prison Break: Season 2

All Critics (14) | Top Critics (5)

More than is the case on many shows, its biggest thrills are plot based, with the writers trying to trick us as they pull the characters in and out of impossible situations. Unlike the plot twists, the acting has never been particularly distinguished.

September 25, 2018 | Full Review…

Now the show itself seems dizzy, as if reeling from a sudden, liberating intake of fresh air. The first two episodes are hectic, wild and disorientingly daring, with a couple of real jolts.

September 25, 2018 | Full Review…

Prison Break has clearly run out of creative gas. What was a darn good show in its first season has deteriorated badly in its second. The drop in quality has been so precipitous that I shudder to think what Season 3 will look like.

September 25, 2018 | Full Review…

A solid, tense drama.

September 25, 2018 | Rating: 3/5 | Full Review…

Freeing the Prison Break characters from prison also frees the show from the repetitive cat-and-mouse plots that dragged down the show in its first season.

September 25, 2018 | Full Review…

Michael and Lincoln are incidental to the action, which would be an interesting narrative approach were these subplots not so silly.

September 25, 2018 | Full Review…

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