'Prison Break' Season 5 Air Date, Spoilers, News & Update: Lincoln's Tattoos A Way To Help Michael? Dominic Purcell Not Bragging About Hype?

By Jeanne Anne , Updated Sep 19, 2016 02:04 AM EDT

The hype for the coming "Prison Break" Season 5 continues as details about the show continuously emerge and tease the fans. In fact, Dominic Purcell, who plays the role of Lincoln Burrows, uses his Instagram page to update their viewers and supporters of what is coming next.

Lincoln's Tattoos To Be Used To Save Michael In 'Prison Break' Season 5?

Dominic Purcell often shows his tattooed arms on his Instagram account, according to Christian Times. Some think that these inks on his body are like the maps and blueprints Michael Scofield (Wentworth Miller) used from the previous seasons. To recall, when the serial drama started, it told the story of Michael as the "tattooed structural engineer" who used his abilities to free Lincoln. Hence, this could also be the used of the latter's ink to save his brother in "Prison Break" Season 5.

Many are surprised to learn that Michael is alive and now detained in the Ogygia Prison in Yemen. T-Bag (Robert Knepper) will be the one who will tell to Lincoln that Michael survived and now being accused of having a connection with ISIS. Lincoln, then, will tell it to his brother's wife, Sara (Sarah Wayne Callies), and he will do everything to free Michael from prison in "Prison Break" Season 5.

 @prisonbreak .... A recent headline in a news article. Read. "DOMINIC PURCELL BRAGS" about prison break being 20 times more anticipated than any other show to air this and next year. Well I guess the next article I've posted may garner the same reaction. .....I took no exception to the article or headline. However it did hurt. The truth is I have never celebrated my own success in my life , have missed many joyous moments, moments that give validity and hope, moments that needed to be broadcast. My habitual subconscious mechanisms to blow past an achievement and denounce it as merely an aberration, a fluke a fear of success and the catastrophe to surely follow has not laid a fertile ground for my mental health to thrive and grow in the most positive directions. I keep it quite only allowing my trusted circle and shrink to guide me. I'm working on all of it. It's not all gloom and doom merely high lighting an aspect of me. Yeah I brag about a wave I caught or a hole in one or how many abs I got but NOT ABOUT PROFOUND SUCCESS OR ACHIEVEMENT. Achievement that encourages high self esteem. Recently my close friend and bro @wentworthmilleractorwriter spoke courageously about #depression and #suicideprevention. People like Went are very important for our world they bring awareness love and empathy. Again with the help of my closest friends, family and my #shrink I am learning slowly that it's ok to be free of weight, burden and life is there to be enjoyed celebrated that #beliefsystems are to be challenged confronted if not healthy changed. Easier said than done. It's work. It's a slow process. It's based in HOPE. ..... Ps sorry for preach. Last one for a long time. Ha

A photo posted by Dominicpurcell (@dominicpurcell) on Sep 15, 2016 at 10:55am PDT

Dominic Purcell Insists He's Not Bragging About The Coming 'Prison Break' Season 5

Meanwhile, Dominic Purcell is proud of the high anticipation "Prison Break" Season 5 receives. In one post, he shared the headline of The Independent saying that the TV show is "20 times more anticipated" compared to other coming television series. "Never in doubt. I'm humbled as I'm sure the cast are; to be a part of this incredible TV drama," he wrote the caption, per GamenGuide.

However, Dominic Purcell shared another post that tells that he is bragging about the hype "Prison Break" Season 5. "It did hurt. The truth is I have never celebrated my own success in my life," he said. He also explained that he is not about boasting about his achievements, but only the muscles and abs he has. "Prison Break" Season 5 is expected to be released in April 2017 on Fox.

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