‘Prison Break’ Season 5 Episode 8 Live Stream & Spoilers: How To Watch Online For Free

On Tuesday night, Prison Break Season 5 Episode 8 will be available live on television and live streaming online. The newest season of the hit show starring Wentworth Miller as Michael and Dominic Purcell as Lincoln has been focused on Michael’s resurfacing at a prison in Yemen while Poseidon agents have been hunting his wife Sara. Viewers will be able to see the second-to-last episode of the Prison Break: Resurrection season free of charge even without a cable subscription. Here’s a look at what’s been going down on the new season, as well as how to watch the Prison Break episode live streaming online for free.

On the seventh episode of the show called “Wine Dark Sea,” there were plenty of interesting developments, which may be spoilers for viewers who have yet to watch this episode or any of the latest season. As EW reported in their recap, Michael was finally reunited with his former partner and the love of his life. During the episode, Sara was finally reunited with Michael and helped heal him from his hurt condition. Michael also returned to see Sucre on board the ship he’s working on, but Navy SEALs are sent to try to take him out. A missile ends up being fired by Jacob at the ship and causes it to blow up just as Michael and others have jumped overboard.

Prison Break stars Dominic Purcell and Wentworth Miller

There was also a major reveal during the seventh episode as Sara learns the man she’s married to is a super villain. She confronted him at gunpoint demanding that he tell her everything. Jacob informed her that “It’s not over” yet, though. Later on the show, Heather and MJ return home with Poseidon henchman Van Gogh waiting to greet them. Fans will be waiting to see what transpires next in this particular situation, as well as how Michael, Sucre, and Sara deal with Jacob and the impending dangers of Poseidon.

In one of the exclusive Prison Break video clips revealed to preview tonight’s episode called “Progeny,” Michael finds out how Jacob had been cutting off his attempts to make contact with Sara.

As fans know, tonight’s episode is the second-to-last of the season before the big finale. In a report earlier on Tuesday, Fox News KIDY spoke with actress Inbar Lavi who plays Yemeni activist Sheeba. She talked about the excitement fans can expect from that final episode.

“It’s going to get crazy. I can’t tell you what’s going to happen, but I can tell you it’s Prison Break, so you’re going to be at the edge of your seat, you’re going to be surprised and you’re going to love it. Just trust me.”

While it sounds like big things are in store for these final two episodes, it hasn’t been enough to bring about a sixth season of the show. With low ratings, it was reported last week that Prison Break is canceled for next season. Still, it’s not out of the question that Fox or another network could decide to do what they did for this fifth season and simply reboot it again years down the road. Until that happens, viewers will certainly be savoring these final two episodes.

Prison Break season 5 episode 8 live stream spoilers

Prison Break Season 5 Episode 8 will be shown beginning at 9 p.m. Eastern Time on Tuesday evening. FOX will provide the live telecast for viewers to see all of the action and drama on the latest installment. Cable and satellite subscribers in the United States can see Prison Break live streaming online through the FOX website’s Live TV section or through the FOX Now apps for compatible devices.

For those viewers who don’t have cable or satellite but want to watch the FOX show, a free live streaming option is the SlingTV service. The monthly subscription service provides live streaming of various channels and is available for a one-week free trial offer. Viewers will need a high-speed internet connection and to provide various information including a valid payment type. Those who don’t want to continue being charged for the service will need to cancel before their one-week trial ends.

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