Wentworth Miller may have started his acting career as a teenager, but he is mostly known for portraying Michael Scofield in the “Prison Break.” But since the hit FOX show’s fifth installment is said to be the last and final season, the actor is not taking any breaks and jumps to another character in “The Flash.”

Wentworth Miller is not showing any sign of slowing down. The 44-year-old actor, model, and writer is set to play his villain character, Leonard Snart/Captain Cold, in “The Flash” once again. The synopsis for The CW show’s season 3 episode 22 confirmed that the “Resident Evil: The Final Chapter” actor is, in fact, going to reprise his role.

Miller returns to 'The Flash.'

While it seems like Wentworth Miller is already ready to put his “Prison Break” days behind him, he is still hoping for the show to have more episodes. The “Stealth” actor was even encouraging fans not to lose hope for the possibility of “Prison Break” to stay on the air as long as possible.

"The reboot is nine new episodes airing in spring 2017, and then depending on how it's received, and who's available, there could be another conversation about another bite of the apple," Wentworth Miller revealed to Digital Spy. "We'll see..." This seemingly meant that there is still a chance for the show to not end this season. It is uncommon for shows to test out the waters first before continuing it.

Is this the end of 'Prison Break'?

However, it seems like one of Wentworth Miller’s “Prison Break” season 5 co-stars is not as willing to hold on the show as much as he is. Sarah Wayne Callies (Sara Tancredi) also shared her two cents regarding the near end of the much-loved FOX show. The actress, who played the main protagonist’s girlfriend, believed that if the show was set to only nine episodes, then it should be just nine episodes and nothing more.

"This was pitched as, 'We're gonna do nine episodes, drop the mic and walk away,' and I'm fine with that," Sarah Wayne Callies shared to Digital Spy. "But it's also on a long list of things that are out of my control. That's just not up to me. But I'm taking it as it comes."

The show's creator, Paul Scheuring, has previously revealed the real reason for resurrecting "Prison Break" despite making everyone believe that Michael Scofield was dead in the supposed to be final season years ago.

Scheuring shared that he did not want the ending to be a replica of another show. “The emotional heart of it is that he left behind a wife and a son he’s never seen before." The show creator told Entertainment Weekly at the time. "[I thought] ‘Hey, wait, isn’t that The Odyssey?’”