Lauren Vélez guest stars in A&E’s “Breakout Kings” season finale
“Dexter’s” Lauren Vélez is guest starring in the season finale of “Breakout Kings,” which airs at 9 p.m. Monday, May 30, on A&E.
The description of the show, provided by A&E, is as follows:
Carmen Vega (Vélez), the ruthless queen of a drug cartel, pulls off a violent and deadly escape while attending the funeral of her slain son. Her plan, get the family business back and hand over the keys to her kingdom to her surviving son Cesar. Carmen will stop at nothing – including killing a member of her team as well as her own family – to put Cesar on the throne. The Breakout Kings seem to be one step behind Carmen at every turn and they smell a rat. Is there an informant on the team? Not only do the Breakout Kings need to catch Carmen to get their month off, they must also learn the location where Shea’s girlfriend is being held hostage. Find the rat, catch Carmen and save a loved one – the Breakout Kings have their work cut out for them. In the end, they finally realize they really are a team and there’s no going back.
“Breakout Kings,” from “Prison Break” writers/producers Matt Olmstead and Nick Santora, follows an unusual partnership between the U.S. Marshals’ office and a group of convicts as they work to catch fugitives on the run.
Laz Alonso, Domenick Lombardozzi, Jimmi Simpson, Malcolm Goodwin and Serinda Swan star in the series.
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