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Prison Break, Season 4

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The brothers are back!

Fox's Prison Break revival is gearing up to begin shooting, which means that more and more cast members from the original series, which ended in 2009, are signing up to return for the reboot event series.

To help keep straight who's in and who's out, we compiled a list of everyone confirmed to reprise their role from the original series (and where the characters were the last time we saw them). Check back as the cast comes together for more updates!

Prison Break, Paul Adelstein

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Paul Adelstein

Adelstein, a.k.a. Paul Kellerman, a.k.a. the shady secret service agent who played a big role in the conspiracy that framed Lincoln Burrows for murder, is the latest actor to sign on for the reboot. When we last saw him (in the series finale's epilogue), he was alive and well and a Congressman running for president.

Prison Break, Dominic Purcell

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Dominic Purcell

Naturally, Prison Break couldn't return without its two key players, including Purcell as Lincoln Burrows, the man framed for the murder of the vice president's brother, sparking the events of the series.

Prison Break, Wentworth Miller

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Wentworth Miller

Despite the fact that we seemingly saw Michael Scofield's gravestone in the season four finale epilogue, Miller is also set to return for the revival.

Prison Break, Sarah Wayne Callies

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Sarah Wayne Callies

Callies is returning as Sara Tancredi, the prison doctor-turned-love interest for Miller's Scofield, and the mother of Michael's son.

Prison Break, Amaury Nolasco

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Amuary Nolasco

Nolasco played Fernando Scure, Michael's cell-mate at Fox River State Penitentiary who helped Sara escape from prison in the series finale.

Prison Break, Robert Knepper

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Robert Knepper

Terrifying psychopath T-Bag is also back for the revival. When we last saw him in the series, he was (thankfully) back in Fox River.

Prison Break, Rockmond Dunbar

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Rockmund Dunbar

At the end of the series, we saw that the exonerated C-Note had become a UPS deliveryman.

The nine-episode Prison Break event series is set to debut on Fox in the 2016-17 season.