24: Live Another Day being set up as a "limited series event" meant that the finale could have ended any number of ways. Series creator Howard Gordon has revealed a couple scenarios that had been discussed about how 24: Live Another Day would wrap up, and it's at this point that you should walk away if you're still not caught up on the Fox drama, which wrapped up its final episode last night, and don't want to be spoiled!
Jack Bauer returned last night, and he brought a lot of his fans with him. The ratings for 24: Live Another Day's premiere are in, and after some time zone adjustments, it looks like the event series performed well, coming in behind its 2010 Season 8 premiere numbers, but not by much, which is particularly impressive when factoring in Fox's overall ratings these days by comparison to four years ago.
24 fans have waited years to know what happened to Jack Bauer after he limped off into the proverbial sunset, a grief-stricken and wanted man. Less a cliffhanger and more an unhappy ending, the series left off uncomfortably open-ended. 24: Live Another Day appears to be giving Jack Bauer the comeback he's due and fans the thrilling followup we've been eager to see since the eighth and final season of the Fox series wrapped up.
Andrew Garfield dared to express an opinion of Beyonce that wasn't glowing with praise, and this is what happened. Playing like a trailer, The Beygency sketch was just one of numerous great sketches in last night's episode of Saturday Night Live. Here are the other highlights...
24 Full Series Now Available Streaming On Amazon Prime, 24: Live Another Day To Stream Later This Year
If the trailers for 24: Live Another Day have had you itching for a full-on 24 catch-up binge-watch, Amazon Prime is making it a possibility. That is, assuming you have a Prime subscription and a lot of time on your hands. Consider eight seasons, each consisting of 24 episodes. You have about a month between now and the premiere of 24: Live Another Day to make it happen.
Every second counts in 24: Live Another Day, or so says the new trailer for the anticipated event series, which shows Jack Bauer being treated like a criminal. Honestly, what more does that man have to do for the world not to be treated like a terrorist or potential assassin? Of course, what fun would it be if Jack were actually treated like the hero he is?
As you may have heard already, one of the big differences between 24 (original) and 24: Live Another Day is the lack of CTU in the latter mentioned event series. There is no Counter Terrorist Unit but there is CIA representation in this story, and some of the new photos that have made their way online give us a look at their headquarters.
May 5 is still months away, though it feels like an eternity, especially for those who've endured months of cold weather and are eager for Spring. But on the bright side, we're now close enough to the premiere of 24: Live Another Day to see some actual footage from the event series, which has Jack Bauer back in action and on the run in London.
Who's making Jack Bauer surrender his weapon? Don't they know that Jack Bauer is a human weapon capable of thwarting terrorists, assassins and other problem causers the world over? You can make Jack Bauer put down his gun, but if you think that'll stop him, you may be disappointed. The above photo is just one of a bunch of pictures Fox released to tease 24: Live Another Day.
It was disappointing to hear that Judy Davis had to drop out of 24: Live Another Day, but it looks as though they've found a replacement, and a great one at that, as Game of Thrones star Michelle Fairley has been tapped to replace her in the villainous role. Fans of the HBO series will recognize Fairly as the fierce Catelyn Stark. In 24, the Irish actor may be at odds with Kiefer Sutherland's Jack Bauer.
It looks like Judy Davis will not be appearing in 24: Live Another Day after all. The actor was lined up to play a villain in the upcoming Fox event series, however reports state that she has to drop out of the role due to personal reasons.
London is a mess. Cars are overturned and burning. People are running and then there's the sight of two very familiar, very beloved characters stumbling into the street. One of them has a gun. The other looks irritated, but that's ok. She usually does. The man raises the gun and fires off a few rounds, then lets out a rage-filled scream.
Jack Bauer will live another day on Monday, May 5. Fox finally announced the premiere date of their anticipated event series 24: Live Another Day, along with word that Chuckís Yvonne Strahovski has joined the cast. Fox also announced the premiere dates for their new comedy Surviving Jack and drama Gang Related.
If ever thereís a time of year to celebrate the greatness of Judy Davis, itís the holidays... that is, if youíre like me in putting The Ref on the shortlist of great and under-appreciated Christmas comedies. Alas, itís only the timing of this casting news that relates to the holidays, as I doubt there will be anything Christmassy about 24: Live Another Day.
Earlier this week, Fox passed along word that the production of 24: Live Another Day was headed across the pond to London for "a thrilling international adventure." The clock has restarted on this series, and it's on London time! Today comes word that Kim Raver and the gold-peddling William Devane are signed on for the event series, which is due to air next summer on Fox.