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This was a less-than-stellar episode, as things got very messy very quickly.
Things got explosive this week in another strong episode.
Live Another Day started to ramp up the plot this week, and it was pretty fun.
Hour three kept the story moving and found some time to more clearly introduce a few characters, but it also brought back that familiar feeling of people just running around chasing one another until something more interesting comes to pass.
24's return was exactly what you might've expected, and that's a very good thing.
Plus: J.K. Rowling is headed to HBO, Best Week Ever is dead again, the final two SNL hosts of the season, and Netflix orders its first Spanish-language series.
Plus: NBC puts a date on Maya Rudolph's variety show, Colbert will visit Letterman, and Game of Thrones sets a new record.
When will the world realize they shouldn't screw with Jack Bauer?
Plus: Netflix is down with Pablo Escobar, cast promotions for Brooklyn Nine-Nine, and Fox says bye-bye to Rake.
The clip also features the first extended look at Goth Chloe.
Look out, London! You're about to get Jack'd!
Plus: A Game of Thrones actress is heading to 24, The Wonder Years is coming to DVD, and JoAnna Garcia Swisher is an Astronaut's Wife.
Plus: LeBron James is officially an executive producer now, Hank Azaria will be a pain in the ass on Ray Donovan, and a just-offed Originals star has already lined up a new role.
Fox has released the first new footage from the forthcoming 12-hour "event series."
Plus: Showtime's airing new episodes against the Super Bowl, Michelle Obama will drop by The Tonight Show, and Stephen Fry is joining 24.
Plus: 24: Live Another Day adds one of the Hostages, Enlisted gets a new assignment, and NBC is crossover-happy.
Plus: The CW gets into the miniseries thing, Benjamin Bratt will hunt Jack Bauer, and HIMYM pisses people off.
Here's what we learned from the series' panel at the Television Critics Association Winter Press Tour.