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May
25

Producer Talks ’24′ Series Finale and the Movie

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The producers of “24” were serious when they said they would not give Jack Bauer a happy ending. The May 24 finale saw the special agent fleeing from the country he served for years and being branded a fugitive.

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The two-hour event put Bauer in a situation where he’s inching closer to assassinate the Russian leader conspiring to sabotage the peace agreement. U.S. President Taylor stopped Bauer from doing so and advised him to get out of the country because not only the Russians will hunt him down if he does, but the States too.

Thus, the teary ending saw Bauer entrusting his best friend Chloe in taking care of Kim and his granddaughter Terri. Chloe, drenched in tears, let him go, told Cole and Arlo to swear in secrecy and closed the series with “Whatever happened here didn’t happen. Understand? Shut it down.”

In an interview after the finale has aired, exec producer Howard Gordon talked to THR about where he thought Bauer is heading. He said, “In my mind, Jack is cut free but again he is a nomad. He’s a man without a country. The very country that he has served and obviously sacrificed everything for has basically spit him out again and he is a fugitive.”

The end of the series is not the last of Jack Bauer’s adventure. It has been pitched to be a feature film where Gordon will again become the producer. Giving an update to the progress, Gordon said, “Another draft is being written (by screenwriter Billy Ray). I don’t have a timetable. I think sooner rather than later is a good idea, but the people at Fox have their own timetable.”

He additionally confirmed to EW that it won’t be a prequel. “The movie has to defer to the end of the TV show, not the other way around,” he continued.

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May
18

24 – 8 Seasons 192 Hours 11,520 minutes – Promo

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Footage of Kiefer Sutherland (as Jack Bauer) in promos throughout the 24 series. Can you remember which footage goes to which season?

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May
18

Preview of ’24′ Series Finale

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It’s the end of an era when the groundbreaking and iconic action-packed series comes full circle with the climactic “Day Eight.” On May 24, the Emmy-winning series “24” will air its very last episode in a two-hour finale taking place between “2:00 PM-4:00 PM“.

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Emotions run high as the harrowing day climaxes with resolute President Taylor closing in on a world-changing peace treaty and a vengeful Jack Bauer taking matters into his own hands for one last and unforgettable job.

Showrunner Howard Gordon gave a little hint about the finale in a press conference last week, saying “We tried on a couple of very different endings for size and the one we came to at the end is the one that felt just right. So it was not for lack of trying a couple of different ways. But we knew it when we saw it, that this was the right way to do it.”

He confirmed, “One thing we tried and didn’t work was ‘happily ever after’ for Jack. …This show is a tragedy, and so to give Jack a happy ending just didn’t feel authentic,” and continued, “And going out to where the end and what we can expect is the things that were aligning, which were basically Chloe versus Jack versus President Taylor – we’re taking all these characters to places that we’ve never seen them before.”

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May
10

24 – Howard Gordon on the shows end

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For fans of hit TV show “24,” this will come as no great shock: The show’s executive producer Howard Gordon promised that when the action program finishes its run this month, an unhappy ending will greet Jack Bauer.

U.S. government agent Bauer, played by Kiefer Sutherland, has saved the world time and again and been thanked for his efforts with any number of personal tragedies, including the death of loved ones. So it seemed natural that in the final seconds of his final show, he should face hardship — again.

“(It) leaves him in a compromised place morally, ethically and emotionally,” Gordon said. “This show is a tragedy, and to give Jack a happy ending didn’t feel authentic.”

But Gordon remained mum on the specifics of how Bauer meets his unhappy fate. Still, beyond the end one thing is certain, there will be more of Jack Bauer to come — in movie theaters.

24” began in 2001 as a novel concept for TV. The entire season elapsed in 24 fictional hours, with each one-hour episode being one hour of a day. A clock on TV screens ticked off the time, adding to the tension on the program.

The show proved to be a hit for the Fox network and gained a loyal following. It won an Emmy for best drama in 2006, and Sutherland was given a Golden Globe for acting in 2002.

Season 8 began in January with Bauer preparing for a quiet life, playing with his grand-daughter and smiling for only the second time in the show’s history. But within minutes, he was drawn back into action by the government, which needed help in foiling a plot to murder a Middle Eastern peace-keeper.

Since then, treachery, back-stabbing and a well-intentioned but misguided President Allison Taylor (portrayed by Cherry Jones) have landed Bauer back in hot water and the country in jeopardy. Will he save it?

Gordon’s not telling, but he did promise this: The writers are “taking him to a place he’s never been before.”

The final episode airs May 24, and while that may be the last episode for TV, plans are in the works for a movie based on the show and Bauer. Gordon said a first draft of a script has been written, and a second one is in the works.

“We’re honoring the series and the creative integrity of (Bauer) and then possibly bringing in a whole new group (of characters),” Gordon said. “What I do think is important is that we do not retread” over old ground.

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May
09

24 Season 8 Episode 23/24 – Day 8: 2:00 PM-4:00 PM – Press Release

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JACK BAUER FIGHTS ON AS THE ICONIC CLOCK STOPS TICKING ON THE HISTORIC TWO-HOUR SERIES FINALE OF “24
MONDAY, MAY 24, ON FOX

Eriq La Salle (“ER“) Guest-Stars

After eight seasons and 194 hours, the inventive and suspenseful 24, which has been nominated for 68 Emmys, reaches its historic conclusion. In a special two-hour television event, emotions run high as the harrowing day climaxes with resolute President Taylor closing in on a world-changing peace treaty and a vengeful Jack Bauer taking matters into his own hands for one last and unforgettable job. The events of the groundbreaking and iconic action-packed series come full circle in the “Day 8: 2:00 PM-4:00 PM” two-hour season finale of 24 airing Monday, May 24 (8:00-10:00 PM ET/PT) on FOX. (TWF-823/824) (TV-14 L, V)

Cast: Kiefer Sutherland as Jack Bauer; Mary Lynn Rajskub as Chloe O’Brian; Cherry Jones as Allison Taylor; Freddie Prinze Jr. as Cole Ortiz; John Boyd as Arlo Glass

Guest Cast: Gregory Itzin as Charles Logan; Frank John Hughes as Tim Woods; Nick Jameson as Yuri Suvarov; Necar Zadegan as Dalia Hassan; Nazneen Contractor as Kayla Hassan; Jamie Martz as Nate Burke; Eriq La Salle as UN Secretary General; Sarah Hollis as Susan; Reed Diamond as Jason Pillar; Michael Madsen as Jim Ricker; Julie Claire as Eden Linley; Navid Negahban as Jamot; Alex Carter as Nantz; Kathryn Winslow as Ellen Kramer.

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May
01

24 Season 8 Episode 22 – Day 8: 1:00 PM-2:00 PM – Press Release

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JACK BAUER DEMANDS RETRIBUTION WITH ONLY THREE HOURS LEFT ON AN ALL-NEW “24” MONDAY, MAY 17, ON FOX

As the clock ticks toward the climactic series finale, three hours remain and a ruthless Jack Bauer is on an unwavering mission to uncover the truth, which only complicates circumstances for President Taylor as she prepares for a signing ceremony. Meanwhile, President Logan comes face-to-face with a formidable foe, and Chloe leads CTU on a high-stakes collision course with Jack Bauer in the all-new “Day 8: 1:00 PM-2:00 PM” episode of 24 airing Monday, May 17 (9:00-10:00 PM ET/PT) on FOX. (TWF-822) (TV-14 L, V)

Cast: Kiefer Sutherland as Jack Bauer; Mary Lynn Rajskub as Chloe O’Brian; Cherry Jones as Allison Taylor; Katee Sackhoff as Dana Walsh; Freddie Prinze Jr. as Cole Ortiz; John Boyd as Arlo Glass

Guest Cast: Gregory Itzin as Charles Logan; Frank John Hughes as Tim Woods; Jennifer Westfeldt as Meredith Reed; Necar Zadegan as Dalia Hassan; Joel Bissonnette as Pavel; Thomas Ryan as Gary Klausner; Sarah Hollis as Susan; Reed Diamond as Jason Pillar; Michael Madsen as Jim Ricker; Julie Claire as Eden Linley; Navid Negahban as Jamot; Lesley Fera as Angela Nelson; Kathryn Winslow as Ellen Kramer; James Hiroyuki Liao; Graham McTavish as Mikhail Novakovich; Joe Sabatino as Captain Walleki.

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Apr
28

24 Season 8 Episode 21 – Day 8: 12:00 PM-1:00 PM – Press Release

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A ROGUE JACK BAUER REMAINS RESOLUTE IN HIS VENDETTA ON AN ALL-NEW “24” MONDAY, MAY 10, ON FOX

Michael Madsen, Gregory Itzin and Jennifer Westfeldt Guest-Star

With only four hours left, a rogue Jack Bauer stops at nothing to determine who is behind the day’s most devastating events, and he uncovers an unexpected lead in the all-new “Day 8: 12:00 PM-1:00 PM” episode of 24 airing Monday, May 10 (9:00-10:00 PM ET/PT) on FOX. (TWF-821) (TV-14 L, V)

Cast: Kiefer Sutherland as Jack Bauer; Mary Lynn Rajskub as Chloe O’Brian; Cherry Jones as Allison Taylor; Mykelti Williamson as Brian Hastings; Chris Diamantopoulos as Rob Weiss; Katee Sackhoff as Dana Walsh; Freddie Prinze Jr. as Cole Ortiz; John Boyd as Arlo Glass

Guest Cast: Gregory Itzin as Charles Logan; Jennifer Westfeldt as Meredith Reed; Necar Zadegan as Dalia Hassan; Joel Bissonnette as Pavel; Thomas Ryan as Gary Klausner; Sarah Hollis as Susan; Reed Diamond as Jason Pillar; Michael Madsen as Jim Ricker; Julie Claire as Eden Linley; Navid Negahban as Jamot; Graham McTavish as Mikhail Novakovich; Joe Sabatino as Captain Walleki.

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Apr
20

24 Season 8 Episode 20 – Day 8: 11:00 AM-12:00 PM – Press Release

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JACK SEEKS JUSTICE AND VENGANCE LIKE NEVER BEFORE AFTER THE SHOCKING DEATH OF AGENT RENEE WALKER ON AN ALL-NEW “24” MONDAY, MAY 3, ON FOX

With only five hours left, the clock races toward the climactic series finale as Jack stops at absolutely nothing to avenge the emotional setback of losing his beloved partner Renee Walker. Meanwhile, the administration attempts to keep the historic and pivotal peace agreement on track as undermining forces surface in the all-new “Day 8: 11:00 AM-12:00 PM” episode of 24 airing Monday, May 3 (9:00-10:00 PM ET/PT) on FOX. (TWF-820) (TV-14 L, V)

Cast: Kiefer Sutherland as Jack Bauer; Mary Lynn Rajskub as Chloe O’Brian; Cherry Jones as Allison Taylor; Mykelti Williamson as Brian Hastings; Chris Diamantopoulos as Rob Weiss; Katee Sackhoff as Dana Walsh; Freddie Prinze Jr. as Cole Ortiz; John Boyd as Arlo Glass

Guest Cast: Gregory Itzin as Charles Logan; Frank John Hughes as Tim Woods; Necar Zadegan as Dalia Hassan; Nazneen Contractor as Kayla Hassan; Joel Bissonnette as Pavel; James Hiroyuki Liao as Devon Rosenthal; Sarah Hollis as Presidential Aide; Reed Diamond as Jason Pillar; D.B. Sweeney as Mark Bledsoe; Navid Negahban as Jamot; Graham McTavish as Mikhail Novakovich.

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Apr
15

24 Season 8 Episode 19 – Day 8: 10:00 AM-11:00 AM – Press Release

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PRESIDENT TAYLOR PRESSES ON WITH THE PEACE AGREEMENT AND JACK BAUER TAKES MATTERS INTO HIS OWN HANDS IN AN ALL-NEW “24” MONDAY, APRIL 26, ON FOX

Michael Madsen (“Reservoir Dogs”) and D.B. Sweeny (“Eight Men Out”) Guest Star

With only six hours left, the clock races toward the series finale as President Allison Taylor faces impossible choices and much to the dismay of CTU, she enlists a private security firm to complete a sensitive task led by Mark Bledsoe (guest star D.B. Sweeny). Meanwhile, Jack calls in a favor to his old friend Rick Vickers (guest star Michael Madsen) before he embarks upon a crucial mission of his own in the all-new “Day 8: 10:00 AM-11:00 AM” episode of 24 airing Monday, April 26 (9:00-10:00 PM ET/PT) on FOX. (TWF-819) (TV-14 L, V)

Cast: Kiefer Sutherland as Jack Bauer; Mary Lynn Rajskub as Chloe O’Brian; Cherry Jones as Allison Taylor; Annie Wersching as Renee Walker; Mykelti Williamson as Brian Hastings; Chris Diamantopoulos as Rob Weiss; Katee Sackhoff as Dana Walsh; Freddie Prinze Jr. as Cole Ortiz; John Boyd as Arlo Glass

Guest Cast: Gregory Itzin as President Logan; Bob Gunton as Ethan Kanin; Necar Zadegan as Dalia Hassan; Naneen Contractor as Kayla Hassan; James Liao as Devon Rosenthal; Reed Diamond as Jason Pillar; Michael Madsen as Jim Ricker; D.B. Sweeny as Mark Bledsoe; Navid Negahban as Jamot; Lesley Fera as Press Secretary; Justin Alston as Agent Beck; Graham McTavish as Mikhail Novakovich.

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If you ask most people, the idea of being President of the United States is likely one of the best jobs ever. Every little kid is told if he or she works hard, some day they could be the Commander in Chief. And yet, if you have been watching the eight seasons of ‘24,’ there is probably no worse career choice than running America while Jack Bauer is handling a CTU assignment. In fact, when you look back on the presidents who have inhabited the White House during Jack’s tenure, being the most powerful world leader is a high-risk profession that’s not for the faint of heart.

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Unlike other television series that have taken viewers inside the Oval Office, ’24′ presents the president in crisis mode, so perhaps it’s a bit unfair to compare. Still, if you had your choice, you’d rather be Jed Bartlett on ‘The West Wing’ than Wayne Palmer or any other ’24′ president. Here are three reasons why the worst job on ’24′ is President of the United States:

3. Political Future. Simply put, it’s hard to imagine any president who survived a nuclear incident or terrorist scare like the folks on ’24′ being in good stead when it comes time for re-election. After all, while President Wayne Palmer was in office, Valencia, California was blown up by a nuclear bomb. If he hadn’t been seriously injured by a bomb in a super-secret sub-chamber of the White House, would he have been a good candidate for a second term? Um, no.

And currently, President Allison Taylor has to be a lame duck considering that while she was in the Oval Office, the White House was attacked! Going back a little further, you also have the disgraced President Charles Logan. His political future was snuffed out when he was forced to resign. Like Richard Nixon. Logan may still be around — he’s going to be helping President Taylor in the next few episodes — but he’s never going to hold elected office again. As further proof, Vice President Hal Gardner, who became president when Logan resigned, presumably lost the general election to Wayne Palmer.

2. Assassination. On ’24,’ the presidency is an even more dangerous occupation than CTU agent. From the start, when Senator David Palmer was just running for the presidency, he was a target. During his term, there were other attempts on his life, and eventually, a sniper’s rifle killed him. But that’s not the lone incident of a ’24′ president being in harm’s way.

President Keeler was on Air Force One when it went down, and it wasn’t a plane crash. That was how the weasily Vice President Logan became the Commander in Chief. The attempt on his life, ironically, didn’t come from a terrorist or an agitator. His crazy wife Martha stabbed him with a kitchen knife! As for President Taylor, her life was in jeopardy during the White House break in. Without the heroic actions of Bill Buchanan, she might have been killed.

1. Betrayal.
The idea that the President’s inner circle is filled with loyal supporters who would give their lives for him or her doesn’t seem to exist in the ’24′ universe. Even spouses cannot be trusted. Sherry Palmer was a snake in the grass, and Allison Taylor’s husband Henry not only lied to her about his investigation of their son’s death, but then sided with their daughter Olivia when she endangered the country and her mother’s presidency.

Further betrayal comes in the form of nearly every Vice President on ’24.’ VP Hal Gardner was an ambitious twerp who convinced Logan to declare martial law and — according to Martha — tried to take credit for all of Charles’ accomplishments. Wayne Palmer’s VEEP, Noah Daniels, temporarily became president thanks to the 25th amendment, and while in power, undermined his president’s wishes. Allison Taylor’s VP refused to act when she was held hostage in the White House.

24‘ presidents seem to be constantly subjected to second-guessing, power-hungry cabinet officers and military personnel. With support staff like them, who needs terrorist threats?!

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