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Is the end of Prison Break near?

Fox's Prison Break was a smash hit during its first season, but ever since has been declining in the ratings (and, some could argue, creatively...). Now in its 4th season, it is a possibility that Break will come to a conclusion. The writers of the program have been informed to pitch ideas for 2 additional episodes...and the speculation is that these episodes will serve as a conclusion to the series. Prison Break is not currently a part of FOX's midseason schedule , so these 2 episodes would have to air as either a special, or be held for the Fall. Guess we should have added Prison Break to our Cancellation Danger Zone. So...would you be satisfied with a 2-hour conclusion for the series or do you think the show's got more seasons left in it? Source: THR

Episode 4.11 - Quiet Riot - 4 Sneak Peeks

Here are 4 Sneak Peeks

Episode 4.17 - Casting Call and Plotline

Spoilerly details from episode 4.17

Prison Break Episode 4.11 Quiet Riot Promotional VIDEO

check out the promo video from Quiet Riot

A Shocking Return, and More!

Here's a bit of casting news that will warm the hearts of even the most jaded of my fellow old-school Prison Break fans. Charles Westmoreland "lives." Yes, he who would have you believe him to be the long-lost D.B. Cooper - and who last was seen left to die mid-escape from Fox River at the end of Season 1 - will make an appearance in the Dec. 15 episode, again portrayed by Muse Watson. How does Westmoreland come back into play? Like virtually everything else, he turns up as Michael continues his quest to unravel the Scylla mystery. read more from: TvGuide

Looks who's back in Episode 4.15

Looks who comes back for Episode 4.15

Michael Rapaport Doing (Social) Work for CBS

Michael Rapaport has developed a rapport with CBS. The actor has signed a deal with the network to create, star in and produce a one-hour drama for the Eye, The Hollywood Reporter reports. Currently untitled, the project will revolve around the lives of New York social workers, an idea Rapaport has been floating around for four years as he was inspired by a fellow social worker friend. "It will deal with the ups and downs and the goods and bads of what social workers do," Rapaport, who's appearing on Prison Break this season, said. "It's going to be very touching and emotional, as what these characters do is so tough and gritty, but there also will be a lot of room for humor." The Basketball Diaries writer Bryan Goluboff has been tapped to write and will also serve as executive producer alongside Rapaport, and Denis Leary and Jim Serpico of Apostle Pictures read from: TvGuide

Check out some pictures from PRISON BREAK "The Legend" airing this Monday, November 10

Check out some pictures from PRISON BREAK "The Legend" airing this Monday, November 10, at 9pm on Fox.

Prison Break 4.10 Sneak Peek

Michael is forced to go to the hospital in Prison Break Season 4 Episode 10 The Legend .

TVGuide.com's Top 12 TV Moments of the Week

TVGuide.com counts down the Top Twelve TV Moments of the Week ! It's been a week of big exits, historic beginnings, and medical drama galore. 12. Brad to the Bone Award: Sure, Prison Break 's bad-ass Bellick broke down a bit in recent seasons, but he sure went out with bravado, sacrificing his own life to flooding water to keep Michael's mission alive. Let's all send flowers to his momma. 11. Ironic Casting of the Week: Not only did Private Practice guest star Ming Na play a doctor on ER , she also specialized in fertility - Naomi's bread-and-butter - on NBC's short-lived Inconceivable a few seasons back. 10. Fastest Exit: After a gracious concession speech, this is how John McCain ends Campaign '08: with an awkward handshake and arm pat for running mate/albatross Sarah Palin, a no-look handshake for her husband, and perfunctory embrace with his would-be first lady. It compares with Barack Obama and his wife, who held hands and high-fived as they walked off the stage with their soon-to-be-puppy-owner-daughters after the president-elect's more somber victory speech. 9. Biggest Need of a Clue: Ralph Nader says Obama needs to choose between being "Uncle Sam for the people of this country, or Uncle Tom for the giant corporations." A sad and ridiculous argument ensues with Fox News' Shepard Smith. 8. Most Homages: The Simpsons ' latest Treehouse of Horrors invokes cultural touchstones from Mad Men to Transformers to It's the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown. Hey, you forgot... nothing. 7. Most Surprising Support: After months of bickering with her View co-stars about why John McCain deserves to be the president, Elisabeth Hasselbeck pulls a 180 Wednesday: "God knows I fought hard on the other side but today is a victory for this country," she says. "I will get in a long line of supporters...and support our president." The conservative spitfire even gives Joy Behar a fist bump to call a truce. 6. Worst-Written Exit: When Dr. Hahn finds out about the whole Izzy-Denny heart-stealing scandal on Grey's Anatomy , she tells Callie she's going to report it to a higher authority. But despite how much Callie hated Izzy from her George days, she sticks up for her fellow doctor. And apparently Callie's loyalty to Izzy leaves Hahn storming away after some harsh comments. 5. Best Moment of Unity: In a debate not-quite moderated by Oprah, 30 Rock 's Tracy Jordan and Jenna Malone argue over who has it worse in America: women or black men. Both cite Adrian Brody kissing Halle Berry as a flagrant example of men/whites thinking they can do whatever they want. 4. Best Design: Nathan Thomas out-styles 12 other competitors to win Bravo's Top Design. He faces tough competition from Preston and Ondine, but Thomas' avant-garde approach makes him the designer of choice - and $100,000 richer. 3. Most Confusing Exit: The Hills ' Heidi gets fired from Bolthouse Productions, but can you really get fired from a job you probably only had for TV in the first place? Looks like she'll have to make her singing career her day job. 2. Fastest Turnaround: The ever-topical South Park manages to incorporate Barack Obama and John McCain's election-night speeches into an episode that aired the very next night. Not satisfied to be merely fast, the show's creators then offer up an Ocean's Eleven homage suggesting the entire 2008 election was a ruse to steal the Hope diamond. 1. Most Blissful Silence: We said it in the Top Moments election night edition and we'll say it again: Good call by the talking heads and MSNBC and CNN to fall silent and let the cheers of Obama's supporters provide the lone soundtrack after he was declared the winner.