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Robert Knepper Returns To Television In The CW's 'Cult'

February 19th, 2013 8:16am EST
Robert Knepper
The CW is hoping to startle you with Cult, its new series about a TV show that's garnering a loyal - and potentially deadly - audience. It's a concept that demands an intimidating actor at its core...like Robert Knepper, who's best known for making viewers more than a little uncomfortable as Theodore "T-Bag" Bagwell on Prison Break. The veteran performer recently connected with BFTV to talk about taking on Cult and if he's worried about being typecast as the bad guy.

Knepper plays a dual role on Cult; he's actor Roger Reeves, but Roger's job is playing a cult leader named Billy Grimm on th...
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Never-Before-Seen 'Prison Break - The Final Break' On DVD July 21; Win It!

July 8th, 2009 10:03pm EDT
Prison Break The Final Break DVD
Just when it seemed the cult favorite series was locked up for good, the unstoppable action is back as "Prison Break: The Final Break" escapes one last time exclusively on Blu-ray Disc and DVD July 21 from Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment. In the biggest Prison Break event ever, the all new, never-before-seen heart- pounding feature-length story picks up some time after the series finale with Michael Scofield (Wentworth Miller) and Sara Tancredi (Sarah Wayne Callies) fighting for a normal life together. However, happily ever might not be in the cards for Scofield, as he is once agai...
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The Final Riveting Season Of 'Prison Break' Arrives On DVD June 2

May 28th, 2009 6:00pm EDT
Prison Break
Experience the compelling, action-packed final chapter of the greatest escape on television as Prison Break Season Four is on the loose on DVD June 2 from Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment. This suspenseful final installment finds brothers Michael Scofield (Wentworth Miller; The Human Stain, Underworld) and Lincoln Burrows (Dominic Purcell; Blade: Trinity, Mission: Impossible 2) freed from the ruthless Panamanian prison and determined to seek justice against The Company - a corrupt organization responsible for destroying their lives. Learning that the only way they will truly be free...
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Mama Scofield Enters The Picture On 'Prison Break'

December 23rd, 2008 10:58am EST
Prison Break
It's fall finale time on "Prison Break," folks. Thus far, the season has been chock full of revelations, lies, betrayals, plot twists (both conceivable and far out) and of course, deaths. Plenty of deaths. Did the body count continue to climb in this final episode of 2008? Have we been provided with some answers, or just more questions? Most importantly, has T-Bag's facial hair changed for the third episode in a row?

Lincoln in Charge (of our days, and our nights)

Having been given his mission to reclaim Scylla by The General (Leon Russom), Lincoln finds himself in charge of ...
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The Chaos Continues On 'Prison Break'

December 9th, 2008 10:54am EST
Prison Break
Say what you will about "Prison Break," but if there is one thing that it has not been these past few weeks, it's predictable. While the series has always been prone to wild plot twists, quadruple-crosses and plenty of violence, things have really elevated to another level ever since the gang got the best of The General (Leon Russom) a few episodes ago.

Word of the Day: Gas

Things pick up right where they left off last week, with Self (Michael Rapaport) needing a final chip for Scylla, a chip that Michael (Wentworth Miller) possesses. Last week Michael invited Self to "come and...
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Just Like The Good Old Days On 'Prison Break'

December 2nd, 2008 11:01am EST
Prison Break
Last night's episode of "Prison Break" was probably the most reminiscent of season 2's unpredictability and general awesomeness that we have seen all year. Folks, that says a lot. Self's betrayal has shaken things up in a major way, altering the relationships of most of the characters and institutions that we have come to know and love (or hate). Throw in a few double-crosses and a few more deaths, and we've got one heck of an episode.

Michael Rapaport, how could you?

The gang still can't believe that they were set up by agent Don Self (Michael Rapaport). While the rest of the...
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It's Plot Twists A Go-Go On 'Prison Break'

November 25th, 2008 11:40am EST
Prison Break
When we left off last week, Michael (Wentworth Miller) had finally gotten his hands on Scylla but ended up tripping a silent alarm in the process. As he sat the staring at the machine in awe, The General (Leon Russom) was making his way down with several armed men in tow. So how did Michael work his way out of that one? There's that and so much more today, on "Prison Break: The Recap!" Roll Credits.

The General Gets Outgeneraled

Last week, Michael seemed awfully foolish as he just sat there, mesmerized by Scylla, completely unaware of the fact that he had tripped a silent ala...
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Questionable Decisions Abound On 'Prison Break'

November 18th, 2008 11:22am EST
Prison Break
Things are starting to heat up on "Prison Break" as the ol' gang inches closer towards uncovering the secrets of Scylla. The double crosses will continue to pile up, and in true "Prison Break" fashion, the body count probably will as well. Before all that though, there is a matter of drilling. Lots more drilling.

Where is Tom Cruise when you need him?

Michael (Wentworth Miller) needs surgery (remember that massive tumor that he has growing on that freakishly genius brain of his?) and he is refusing to get it. Mahone (William Fichtner) tries to convince him to go get the tumor ...
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Sad Times On 'Prison Break'

November 4th, 2008 12:18pm EST
Prison Break
The body count has been significant this season on "Prison Break," and last night it climbed even higher as two more major characters were lost, including one that has been around since the very beginning. Throw in a few more plot twists and you've got yourself one heck of an exciting episode.

From torturer to torturee

Picking up from where we left off, the gang has captured Termie (Cress Williams), and they are trying to coerce him into calling The General (Leon Russom) and telling the big dog that everyone is dead. That will allow them to break into The Company facility and ...
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A Long Expected Betrayal On 'Prison Break'

October 21st, 2008 10:54am EDT
Prison Break
This week on "Prison Break," the gang finally was subject to a long-expected (at least by viewers) betrayal by computer wunderkind/all around dirtbag Roland. While this plot development was hardly a twist, there were enough interesting tidbits, plot developments and action to keep things rolling and provide us loyal viewers with another exciting installment.

Those were the days…

We start off this week with an exciting flashback from Lincoln's past, back in his days of depravity. Lincoln (Dominic Purcell) and his companion have a job to do, and it involves brute force (hence why ...
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This Week on 'Prison Break:' Blood Feuds, Indecent Proposals... and Vegas!

October 7th, 2008 12:16pm EDT
Prison Break
The best season of "Prison Break" thus far was season 2. Sure, purists had a problem with it ("they're no longer in prison!); but as far as unpredictability, craziness, and sheer fun are concerned, it was unmatched. Well, that might all be about to change. Season 4 might have started off a little unevenly, but if the past few episodes are any indication, the journey to the season (and perhaps series) finale is going to be quite a trip.

Not So Strange Bedfellows

We left off last week with T-Bag (Robert Knepper), having just fled from a suspicious associate at Gate, frantically r...
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'Prison Break' Recap: Changing

September 30th, 2008 10:54am EDT
Prison Break
The great thing about "Prison Break" is that even when it does enter the occasional rut of repetition and predictability (and honestly, there aren't many shows that don't), things usually don't take too long to get back on track. That is why it was only a matter of time before the show broke away from the "card an episode" format and we received an exciting new installment that advanced several storylines.

A Day at the Track

Ok, so just because the card an episode formula from the past few episodes was not utilized this week does not mean that there were no cards involved. They ...
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'Prison Break' Recap: Breaking Into Federal Buildings In 30 Minutes Or Less

September 23rd, 2008 11:50am EDT
Prison Break
Thanks to fare such as "24" and "Prison Break," Monday night has become synonymous with over-the-top, illogical, nonsensical, but nevertheless eminently enjoyable escapist programming. Naturally, with an all new episode of "Prison Break" airing last night, that trend continued. And it was good. "Prison Break" good (which really is a classification all of its own), but there is one caveat. If there is one thing that "Prison Break" usually isn't, it's formulaic. However, in recent weeks, the hunt for the data cards has become just a little repetitive. Thankfully, there is enough jolly o...
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The Hunt For The Cards Continues On 'Prison Break'

September 16th, 2008 10:18am EDT
Prison Break
So what happened this week on "Prison Break?" Did the gang find another card? Did someone get killed? Were there any major plot holes? Was it entertaining? No need for suspense...the answer to all those questions is yes. You shouldn't be surprised. This is "Prison Break," after all.

The Obligatory MiSa Pandering

Things kick off this week with a tender little moment between Michael (Wentworth Miller) and Sara (Sarah Wayne Callies). They look longingly at boats and talk about how some day, they will sail away together. That's all well and good, except for one little problem...
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'Prison Break' Recap: Someone Dies, Lincoln Sweats, Michael Saves the Day

September 9th, 2008 10:29am EDT
Prison Break
Last week's lengthy, exciting, confusing and show-changing season premiere effectively (or ineffectively, depending on how you look at it) put the Sona storyline to rest and brought the action back to the U.S. New characters were introduced; both heroes and villains. There were awkward, inexplicable reunions, shocking losses, hasty exists, and of course the obligatory Lincoln Burrows (Dominic Purcell) brawl. So, how was the follow-up, now that the story arc of the season has been established? Pretty solid, even if it did lack an appearance from everybody's favorite Revlon Girl (Jodi Ly...
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'Prison Break' Premiere is Sloppy, Yet Satisfying

September 2nd, 2008 10:36am EDT
Prison Break
Ahh, the long awaited return of everyone's favorite over-the-top, unrealistic, yet incredibly entertaining television series. No, we're not talking about "24" folks (although Jack will be back soon enough), but rather its erstwhile Monday night partner in crime, the incomparable "Prison Break."

Last season ended abruptly thanks to that pesky strike, but those clever writers still managed to lay the groundwork for another spectacularly unrealistic year. What followed was a wildly uneven, yet ultimately entertaining premiere, which began as a muddled mess and by its conclusion had co...
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'Prison Break' Season 3 Escapes On DVD Aug. 12; Win It!

July 22nd, 2008 7:00pm EDT
Prison Break
Most men would think breaking out of prison once is hard enough. However, escaped convict Michael Scofield finds himself wrongly incarcerated, this time in a Panamanian Prison where there are no rules, no wardens and no escape.

In Prison Break Season Three, breaking-out on DVD and Blu-Ray Disc (BD) August 12th from Fox Home Entertainment, Scolfield, morally-deprived T-Bag, former-guard Bellick and FBI Agent Malone, must not only fight to survive but also plan the most dangerous prison escape yet. Deemed "gripping, gut-wrenching" (Dallas Morning News) and "one of TV's guiltiest pleasu...
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TV Stars We'd Like To See On The Big Screen

March 6th, 2008 2:34pm EST
Stephen Colbert
Television. It's a compelling medium in itself - but also frequently acts as a launching pad for actors chasing big screen dreams. To think that full-fledged movie stars like Tom Hanks, Jennifer Aniston, George Clooney, and Katherine Heigl all got their big breaks on television shows. So, who should the next TV-turned-movie star be? Here's our Top 10 List to get you thinking.

10. Morena Baccarin. Beauty meshed with an all-around intriguing persona should make Morena Baccarin a natural pick for big film projects. Yet, somehow she's flown largely under the radar, instead developing a str...
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'Jericho' Recap: Decline and Fall of the First Republic

February 20th, 2008 9:44am EST
Jericho
Week two of the "Jericho" revival (one that looks to be short-lived if last week's ratings are any indication) starts off with another riveting recap of the story so far. That's all well and good, but unfortunately it seems that the only people watching the series are the diehard fans from last year, so it doesn't serve much of a purpose. Still cool, though.

Meet the new government

Things start out nice and serene, as Stanley (Brad Beyer) and Mimi (Alicia Coppola) enjoy a quaint breakfast of chocolate chip pancakes (yum-yum) and comment about how calm life has become. Uh-oh. T...
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'Prison Break' Season Finale: A Few Answers & Many More Questions

February 19th, 2008 9:48am EST
Prison Break
Guess what, folks? It's season finale time. It may have come a little abruptly this year, but like the fall and spring finales of the past, this installment of "Prison Break" effectively tied up several loose ends while setting up some intriguing plotlines for the future. In other words, it accomplished what any good finale should. And, of course, it did so without sacrificing the over-the-top acting and far-fetched storylines that we know and love.

The Exchange?

Things pick up right where they left off last week, which is the "Prison Break" way. Michael (Wentworth Miller) ...
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'Prison Break': Déjà Vu All Over Again

February 12th, 2008 9:08am EST
Prison Break
The boys are on the run once more on "Prison Break." Things pick up right where they left off last week, as Lincoln (Dominic Purcell) has taken out the power to Sona. Michael (Wentworth Miller) urges Lechero (Robert Wisdom), T-Bag (Robert Knepper) and Bellick (Wade Williams) to get moving because they only have 30 seconds to get through the fence. Smelling their freedom, those three make a dash across no man's land, only to have the power go back on just a little too soon. Seems like lil' Mikey set them up.

Bellick and T-Bag freeze, but Lechero decides to make a run for it and gets...
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'Prison Break' Recap: 'Under & Out' Was One Of The Season's Strongest Episodes

February 5th, 2008 9:03am EST
Prison Break
There are only three more episodes left of "Prison Break" before the makeshift finale (unless the strike ends soon), and things are really heating up in Panama. Figuratively as well as literally. This season long ago won the prize for "sweatiest television season," and by now it is just overkill. It's hot in Panama. We get the point.

"Under & Out" was actually one of the strongest episodes in a while, perhaps all season. "Prison Break" might be over the top and have the most confusing and nonsensical conspiracy storylines in the history of television, but it does have a few stre...
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'Prison Break' Recap: Who Takes a 'Dirt Nap?'

January 22nd, 2008 8:41am EST
Prison Break
Another beautiful day in Sona. The sun is shining, the sweat is glistening, and Michael Scofield (Wentworth Miller) is digging his way out of prison. Haven't we seen this all before? Yes, yes we have.

(Beware, spoilers and sarcasm await…)

At least it lasted longer than the reign of Starscream

This week on Prison Break, a new sheriff is in town. The reign of Sammy (Laurence Mason) has begun. With Michael, Whistler (Chris Vance)and Mahone (William Fichtner) working diligently on the escape tunnel and Lechero (Robert Wisdom) sweating profusely up above, Sammy takes advantag...
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Quintessential Dinosaur Hunter 'Turok' Debuts On DVD Feb. 5

January 18th, 2008 10:08am EST
Turok: Son Of Stone
A great warrior in a lost land is about to find his destiny when Turok: Son Of Stone charges onto DVD for the first time February 5th from Genius Products and Classic Media.

Presented by The Weinstein Company, this Gold Key Production draws on the original 1950s comic book series, as well as influences ranging from Frank Miller to Akira Kurosawa, to create a dark, intense, epic reimagining of Turok®'s origin story. For the generation of fans who grew up on Turok video games as well as new devotees of the legendary franchise, this film is a chance to peer into the heart of the hero - a...
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Top 10 TV Bad Guys

December 27th, 2007 10:06am EST
Prison Break
They're sneaky and snarky. They scheme and slay. TV is full of bad guys (and girls), from those who make being bad look like fun to those who make us clutch the pillow to our chests.

It takes some excellent writing and an excellent performance to make a bad guy who is a worthy opponent but also one that the fans don't want to see defeated. It's no easy job, but these guys and girls met the task:

1.) Angelus (Buffy the Vampire Slayer) - Buffy was full of bad guys and villains - vampire duo Spike and Drusilla, rogue slayer Faith, Angel's sire Darla and a new Big Bad every season li...
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