Fox has yet to renew “Prison Break” Season 6, but fans are now predicting what might happen when the show continues. There are now theories and assumptions about what might happen in the television serial drama when it returns.

Aside from the life of Michael Scofield (Wentworth Miller) and T-Bag (Robert Knepper), there are swirling rumors that Paul Kellerman (Paul Adelstein) is actually alive. Some even predict that he will be seen in the coming new installment.

Is Paul still alive?

In an interview with the Hollywood Reporter, the series’ creator Paul Scheuring hinted that Paul Kellerman is still alive.

To recall, the secret service agent was assumed to be shot in the head by Van Gogh (Steve Mouzakis). Just as T-Bag did to Jacob Anton Ness (Mark Feuerstein), his death was not seen on the television screen. As fans didn't see a glimpse of a dead body to prove the claim, he might still be alive.

Paul Scheuring also hinted that between the two, Paul’s role in “Prison Break” Season 6 is needed much more than Jacob's. He also hinted that a lot of characters that died in the previous season of the show are all back in the fifth installment.

The 48-year-old screenwriter explained that they might not have the “greatest currency” in the death of their characters. Regarding the roles that were killed in the fifth season, he assured that they are all dead.

“I mean that genuinely,” he said.

Scofield’s experience

Michael Scofield is expected to have a normal life with his family if “Prison Break” Season 6 returns.

Now that the former detainee is with his wife Dr. Sara Tancredi (Sarah Wayne Callies), and their son Michael Scofield Jr. (Ethan Alderman), he might now be at ease with them by his side.

However, according to Christian Post, he still feels traumatized by what he has been through. He will still feel haunted by his traumatic experiences and can't easily move on from the past.

T-Bag’s pain

Meanwhile, Paul Scheuring also talked about the fifth season finale of the show.

The series creator revealed that the final episode has something to do with “Prison Break” Season 6 if it comes.

With the death of Whip (Augustus Prew), there is a big possibility that things will change for T-Bag, especially after knowing that he is his son.

The director teased that if Whip managed to survive the ordeal, his father might have changed for the better for him. They really had to make him die to add more pain and twists to Robert Knepper’s character.