Prison Break: Proof of Innocence

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Prison Break: Proof of Innocence
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Intertitle for Prison Break: Proof of Innocence
Genre Action
Thriller
Drama
Created by Eric Neal Young
Starring Mandell Maughan
Theme music composer Ramin Djawadi
Composer(s) John Massari
Country of origin  United States
Original language(s) English
No. of seasons 1
No. of episodes 26
Production
Running time 2 minutes per episode
Broadcast
Original channel Sprint Nextel
Chronology
Related shows Prison Break

Prison Break: Proof of Innocence is a low-budget spin-off series of the American television series, Prison Break. Made exclusively for mobile phones, its first mobisode became available on the internet for viewing on May 8, 2006. Due to the success of the Fox network's television series Prison Break, the release of this mobisode series was an exclusive deal made between Toyota Motor and News Corporation's Fox network, allowing Toyota to sponsor exclusive content of the show and to obtain advertising exclusivity.[1]

Each episode is approximately 2 minutes long. Although the story of this mobisode series revolve around the conspiracy that put Lincoln Burrows in jail, the series does not feature any of the actors from the TV series. Additionally, these episodes were not written by the team of writers from the TV series and the TV series does not acknowledge the events that occurred in this spinoff. Prison Break: Proof of Innocence follows the character of Amber McCall as she attempts to uncover evidence to exonerate her friend, L.J. Burrows. This mobisode series is produced by Eric Young, who also produced 24: Conspiracy, 24's mobisode series.

Promotion[edit]

The mobisodes are also used to advertise the Toyota Yaris, since Toyota is the major sponsor. A ten-second advertisement of the car is shown at the beginning of each mobisode in conjunction with the car being incorporated into each mobisode. The various ten-second advertisements which precede the mobisodes, are part of a campaign titled "Yaris vs. Yaris", inspired by Mad Magazine's "Spy vs. Spy" that showcases two endlessly duelling black hat and white hat spies. A total of 8 different advertisements were featured in the series, which were re-used on subsequent episodes beyond the initial eight episodes.

Distribution[edit]

Aside from broadcasts on FOX Mobile on mobile phones, the episodes are published on Toyota's Prison Break webpage. They were all included in the Prison Break Season 1 DVD set bundle available at Target and Best Buy in the first shipment to the stores.

List of mobisodes[edit]

The release of Prison Break: Proof of Innocence mobisodes on Toyota's Prison Break webpage began on May 8, 2006. There are 26 installments in the series.

Mobisode Title Release date
1 Proof May 8, 2006
2 Deeper May 8, 2006
3 Trust May 8, 2006
4 Heat May 8, 2006
5 Insight May 29, 2006
6 Ally May 29, 2006
7 Closer May 29, 2006
8 Switch May 29, 2006
9 Contingency June 2006
10 Abduction June 2006
11 Visit June 2006
12 Interrogation June 2006
13 Panic June 2006
14 Flush June 2006
15 Trapped June 2006
16 Escape June 2006
17 Chase July 2006
18 Evade July 2006
19 Guidance July 2006
20 Battle July 2006
21 Consequences July 2006
22 Wrinkle July 2006
23 Freedom July 2006
24 Reunited July 2006
25 Busted July 2006
26 Horizon July 2006

Cast[edit]

  • Mandell Maughan as Amber McCall
  • John Patrick Jordan as Rob McCall
  • Dheeaba Donghrer as Buzz
  • Donn C. Harper as Detective Franklin

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