This show went to hell as of Season 6 Episode 5 and has been on a downward spiral ever since.
"Redemption" has only catapulted it further down the pit.
How can they make such a great season 5, follow it with and incredibly insanely good first 4 episodes of season 6, and then turn the whole thing to garbage?
Then, they get a a whole 2 years to bring this show back to it's former glory, and all they can come up with is a ridiculously slow paced "redemption" with completely uninteresting characters and a plot so lame it will bore librarians to sleep.
I'm not natually draw to anything most of the time FOX spits out, but the night, my sister was watching something. it was very exciting and thrilling, and yet not that confusing.This has got to be one of the GREASTEST shows of my time. So watching every season, learning about the characters, making relationships, and having fun. 24 is has many original qualities. the way they do there shots and have like 4 scenes on one screen. i like how this is all taking place on one day. and the best part is is REALLY and CONSTANT season. every week. unlike most shows that take breaks or is like in two weeks catch the new show! i love it. and all he actors are grade A if i say so myself. and the answer most of the question you have during the same season! recommend to anyone who loves action!
I can't get enough of 24 - neither can my husband!! We have watched all 6 seasons in succession because we got the DVD's as gifts. CAN'T WAIT for the 11/23/08 movie and Day (Season) 7! When will everyone around him begin to treat Jack with the respect he deserves?! He's always right and he always saves the world! This is no small feat considering the fact that Jack not only has to find and fight the "Bad Guys", but he also has to fight, persuade, and convince the "Good Guys" too. When will people remember to listen to what he says? The people around Jack are sooooo annoying! At least he told Heller off at the end of Day 6!!!!
Seriously, this show is so well-crafted, well-paced, and well-acted that it's got to be one of the best, if not the best, show ever.
The only good thing about the delay of Season (Day) 7 is that I can get some work done and interact with other human beings in the evenings and on weekends (until Season 7 comes out on DVD, anyway).
I've always enjoyed Kiefer in anything he played in but was not expecting the show to be this good. I watched the first seaseon about 2 months ago and had my Niece at Walmart at 1:30 am buying seasons 2 and 3 because I didn't want to wait to see more!
The fast pace and constant change in characters, the unexpected twists and turns...It's a true Rollercoaster ride! Just when you think you know who the bad guy is...WHAM..Left hook. It's shocking and leaves you wanting more, more, more! If you've never watched be prepared for some of the most excellent writing and acting that you'll ever see. Other shows are just not as well written or cast as 24.
Well i was terrified whan thay delayed the season 7 premiere so close to the actual airing date. But soon thay will be back, so i am expecting alot from the show, and i am 100% sure thay will accomplish that...
Have watched the 24:Redamion trailer about 100 times now, just beacuse i love it, it looks realy cool, whit alot of action, thriller, drama +++.
I think this movie will be a big hit so will the season 7.
I think the producers did a hell of a jobb buting all 6 seasons together, and i am sure thay will do just find in the future.
But if thay score big on this movie wich i think thay will, i think thay shuld make even more...
Since day one I've been a fan from 24. Day one we meet a pretty normal family, or at least they look normal we find out very fast that they are anything but normal. Jack Bauer is a spying, loving, shooting and killing machine. The man is an an animal. One thing that shows you this fact is that the man has 9 lives; he's died more than once in 6 day's and just kept on going killing more people. We're happy he's on the right side of the law.
You are taken into the lives of a select group of people that are dealing with a national crisis, you see how they have to work together in times of crisis it's all done with death, a little bit of love and a whole lot of action.
24 is a show that amazes you in every way, the cast, the way they film the show and the most extraordinary thing is the story line. How they are able to come up with it all put it all together and then in the end make it fit into 24hours it's unbelievable. 24 is a show you will be hooked on from the first minute.
I didn't watch "24" during its original, first-season run, so I can't comment on how it played, week after week; but, I did watch all 24 episodes on DVD, over a four day period. WOW! From beginning to end, this show is the most riveting and suspenseful thing ever captured on film. It is a masterwork of deceit, and its success is in the fact that it never allows the viewer to relax for a second. You are never sure who you can trust. Certainly one of, if not the best 24 hours of television, ever! Highly recommended! My personal favorite.
It's hard to give 24 a single rating, since it has varied in quality a great deal from season to season. The first season, however, was one of the most addictive and ground breaking TV shows I'd ever seen.
I actually missed the first two season of 24, so I only watched them on DVD after the fact to see what people were talking about. I watched the first hour and was riveted. I think I watched the first season in about a week, watching 2-3 episodes a night. That condensed viewing schedule definitely added to the adrenaline-fueled rush of the show. Later seasons I watched live as they aired and never found them nearly as compelling as that first season.
Jack Bauer is, of course, the heart of the show. And each season stretched the limits of credibility of what one man can endure physically and emotionally. But in that first season it still was very believable and Bauer was played as an extraordinary, but real, man.
If there is any criticism of 24 it is that they can at times be overly politically incorrect, which can interfere with their attempt at being realistic.
The show has atrophied over time, but I can never forget that first brilliant season.
Celebrating its 150th episode this season, 24 is one of the most innovative, addictive and acclaimed dramas on television. In its first six seasons, the suspenseful series was nominated for a total of 57 Emmy awards, winning for Outstanding Drama Series (2006) and Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series for star Kiefer Sutherland (2006). Season Six garnered a sixth consecutive Emmy nomination for Sutherland and second consecutive nomination for supporting actor Jean Smart.
"Day 7" of 24 promises to combine the show's unique and trend-setting format with compelling new elements. Each episode again will cover one hour of real time, as viewers follow JACK BAUER (Kiefer Sutherland) through another astonishing day.
The series gets a jumpstart on the clock this fall with 24: EXILE, the unprecedented two-hour real-time "Day 7" prequel, airing Sunday, Nov. 23. Set and shot on location in Africa, Bauer and mentor CARL BENTON (Robert Carlyle) battle an international crisis, while here at home the nation prepares for a new president on inauguration day. Taking place just a few months before the new day dawns, U.S. State Department officer FRANK TRAMELL (Gil Bellows) and JONAS HODGES (Jon Voight) are pulling the strings that will set the stage and raise the stakes for Season Seven. Set in Washington, DC, "Day 7" opens four years after Season Six with CTU dismantled and Bauer on trial. Bauer's day takes an unexpected turn when former colleague TONY ALMEIDA (Carlos Bernard) returns. Meanwhile, newly elected President ALLISON TAYLOR (Cherry Jones) leads the country alongside White House Chief of Staff ETHAN KANIN (Bob Gunton) and First Gentleman HENRY TAYLOR (Colm Feore).
It's basically an amazing programme. I have never really seen anything evolve like this, though the raging tightness with which the American government treats Jack is astounding. I mean, he saves the world re-peatedly, yet all they can do is frig him off! Cut the guy some slack!
On a more serious note, the action is non-stop, the tension mounting and mounting with each passing hour, up to the final crescendo....I personally can't get enough of this programme, and i'm sure a hell of a lot more people will agree with me, I hope it lasts forever, though i'm sure it won't. Which saddens me greatly...lol.
24 its a TV show like no other with that "real-time" thing that makes you watch the episode wich such intense and when you see that tht clock marking only 10 minutes to end the episode its like AHHHH!!!!!
The first seasons are awsome in my personal rating: Season 1
Season 6 (less watch too boring)
The firsts season are wawsome but Season 6 i fell like ok great but not to the same level that the other seasons im hoping that Season 7 to be great like the other seasons Come Jack Bauer save the day with style!!!
24, What can i say? A breakthrough in TV history, one of the greatest show's to reach our screen in a long time. With amazing plot lines that changed constantly, you can never trust a character no matter what, and you can never grow to love a character as tradition within 24 has it, everyone dies in the end.
Season One was fantastic followed by another amazing season, then the show shook with a rockety season 3. However producers reinvented 24 with its forth season followed by another brilliant season, but the curse of the third season struck once more, season 6. It started well, but towards the end it made you feel, they've done this before, and you would find yourself thinking, what actually happened ? Producers promise Season 7 and 8 to be a new re-invention, with a totally new cast, lets hope it survives...
24 is the most addictive show I ever watched. At every new season begin I take a look at the series thinking "just watch it a few minutes, it could not addict me once more". poor me, every season i'm catched, again and again ...
This 24 long hours story telling mode is inovative, and thrilling enough to get you in in no time. I'm not a huge fan of secret agency things, but Jack is simply the best. Season 1, 4 and 5 are very good, 2 and 3 are a little weaker.
I can't stand to stand to see season 6 (poor me again, living in France and having to wait almost a year the show after is original airing in the US).
His name is Jack Bauer and I've watched him live the longest day of his life six times now.
When I first heard 24 advertised, the concept of a television series playing out in real time just didn't sound like a formula for success in my mind. I figured a show like that would probably be gimmicky and forced. As a result, I ignored its first three seasons. Finally I caught an episode one evening and was addicted within five minutes. I proceeded to race to the store and purchase seasons 1-3, all of which I watched within about two hours (Ok, it was more like two weeks, but it felt like hours). What I learned immediately was that, while Jack's seen more action in one hour then most of us will in an entire lifetime, the writers are brilliant enough to make it all flow, and to come up with a cliff hanger that works again and again. Action is blended with political battles involving characters you love to hate, which is in turn blended with personal betrayal. Somehow it all works, with the show ultimately rising above and utilizing its real time device to be more effective rather than simply being defined by it.
I must admit, the events of one season flow into another in my mind. It seems as if each day Jack lives contains a traitor, an unreasonably distrusting superior, and oh yeah, there is also the little matter of weapons of mass destruction hiding around this corner or the next. But none of that is what keeps me glued to my television each season. Rather it is Jack himself. He embodies dedication and self-sacrifice and everything else that defines what it is to be a hero. You get the sense throughout that Jack would much rather not be who he is, but that he realizes no one else can or will step up to get the job done. He has crafted himself into a machine, built to finish the mission regardless of collateral costs, the majority of which are his to take on alone. By season six, Jack comes across as a hard shell of who he once was, now beaten up thoroughly, both inside and out. All too often he's barely holding himself together and this leads the audience to feel anticipation until finally someone causes Jack to snap. When he does, it's best to stay out of the way, because as stated earlier, the man has issues.
It is riveting to watch as the effects of the strains put on Jack season after season slowly take hold of his psyche. He seems to have reached a place where he understands that, even if all the weapons and baddies using them disappeared tomorrow, doing what was necessary to fight them has changed him irrevocably. Though no one has yet managed to kill Jack, it sure feels as if he's already died for his country. Thank goodness he has another life to give in season seven.
I think this show is just good for passing time. I have absolutely no idea why this show is continued for so long. The action is good but to be honest, people on this show are so unlucky, i just don't get it. Besides this, when they have the chance, they make incredibly stupid decisions. Another thing is that same things happen over and over again which makes no sense at all. Also, the main actor plays his role so artificially that I think a goat would do better than that. Always being the tough guy and stuff, it's just plain stupid. As I said it's just good for wasting time and that's when you've run out of good,decent shows.
There are plenty of very original shows nowaday but none of them is as original and unique as 24 is. The whole setup of the show is just plain awesome. A whole seasn goes by and in that season it is only a day for the characters in the series. Kiefer Sutherland always brings us an amazing performance as Jack bauer. The thing I love about 24 is that it never stops, It is so action packed that you are always on the edge of your seat. It reay suc that we didnt get to see any 22 st year but with the way seasn 7 is looking it may make up for that. In November we have the prequel to season 7 to look forward to. In my eyes 24 is the show where nobody eat, sleeps, or goes to the bathroom.
Love this show! I managed to catch it right from the beginning on televion luckily for me, so I knew its genius right from the get go. But, I prefer to watch this show on DVD, because you wont be able to handle the wait for the next weeks episode, and thats the beauty of DVD, you dont have to wait.
The show basically concerns itself with a single day (24 hours) in which a terrorist attack is going to go down, and the LA CTU's (Counter Terrorist Unit) efforts to thwart the attack. The show's main protaganist is Jack Bauer (Kiefer Sutherland), father and husband and dedicated CTU field operative, who will do anything necessary to stop the attacks, even to the point where he himself becomes a hunted man. Think John McClain from Die Hard with the exception that Jack seems to find himself in more wrong places and wrong times then John (Mclain clocks in 4 wrong place/wrong time scenarios vs. Jacks 6, soon to be 7).
What makes this show so highly rated in my books is for the fact that the writers have such huge gonads. They make Jack do some crazy (albeit entertaining) things to accomplish his goal. Fortunately for those who dont like the enveolpe pushing, there are plenty other things to keep yourself entertained, as follows:
1. Amongst all the violence, there is still a beating heart at the centre. Jack is the tortured hero, you only want the best for him but you know it aint gonna be. He's always gonna loose at the cost of the greater good.
2. The supporting characters are (usually) always interesting and likeable. (Especially a wormy corrunpt president and his wife!)
3. The Villains are usually always bad enough to make you wanna hurt them yourself (cant have a good show without a good villain).
4. The acting is always top notch, especially from Kiefer)
You will need to suspend belief in some areas to enjoy the show (especially with travel times!), but in the end it is televison. Oh, and you will have to put up with a few annoying sub-plots (especially most things involving Kim). But these few little flaws wont take away from what is an increibly entertaining, pulse pounding, edge of your seat thrill ride. 24 is everthing you want from a first class action/thriller. Take the chance!
Why would anybody go to work in a place full of hatred, spitefulness, bad feelings, back-stabbing and personal agenda? Why does anyone wake up in the morning and make a decision to appear? It doesn't make sense. Why do all the women in "power" have so many bizarre personal problems...particularly "family?" (meaning....ex-husbands who are co-workers...sometimes who actually know what they are talking about but the strong, incompetent person in power who should know them well enough to trust them ignore them and "do their own thing?" Why would Jack ever consider dating "that woman?" Not only is she not attractive enough, she isn't strong enough and doesn't make sense. Isn't it just a little bizarre that the woman in charge has a daughter who has problems...and wow! Has a hospital room where she works? Like, I believe that...and who cares if the daughter lives or dies? The woman in charge is going through a national emergency and has to go look on her daughter in the oh so convenient sick room? Oh, please. Turn off the TV, get out of the room. This is just irritating.....much less then having to listen to "that other woman....tallllklkkk.....like this." Hello...if terrorists were so interested in fulfilling their cause they would have sent their child back to their country to avoid him becoming Americanized....and it makes no sense for the interested girl to get killed when she didn't see anything, had no reason to question anything, and her death would point fingers faster and with more results than just forgetting she ever appeared on the scene. A father would never have put his child in such a situation...especially since that man-child is so important in the country of origin.
Meanwhile....why is the mother.........talllliiinnnggg..........like....this.
I don't know if the writing is done to formula by committee (lets plug in some absurd problem) but not a single character or situation is believable...in fact, this program is irritating and not just boring after the first three episodes. #1 problem.....the time line. There is NO WAY all of this could happen in 24 hours.
Go read a book, go to bed, have fun....pass this program by.
It still retains a lot of the calculating, suspensful, and edge-of-your-seat drama that it is so well known for but it often feels like 24 is a drug, trying harder and harder, faster and faster, to excite viewers in a culture that feeds on violence.
I am less and less impressed with each new season. Now that there was almost a 2 year break between Season 6 and the upcoming Season 7, and a 24 movie is in the works, I am hoping the next season will serve up some more thought-provoking drama while laying off the gore feast for a while.
What makes 24 the most edgy show right now is that it depicts terrorists actions first hand. You get to see them plan it and see if it succeeds.
What makes it original is what I said before, and the fact that the show is in real-time. Each episode takes place over 1 hour. This makes no way for there to be flashbacks/forwards or slowmotion. The acting is superb. Kiefer Sutherland is one of the best actors on TV now. His character Jack Bauer will go down as one of the greatest television characters of all time.
This show is a MUST for fans of action/drama. If you're not, then watch this show anyway. It's too good.
Sure it's been done before, where there's a lot of torture and death, yet this show is chock full of action and whatnot. Jack Bauer is a tough kind of person with a hard life, but he manages to make it through. It's definitely original in where every season takes place over one full day and each episode is literally an hour long. I don't watch much of it like my grandparents do, but every episode I have see was pretty good and definitely caught my attention. I can not safely say that I've ever glanced at it and then looked away within a minute, that's how captivating this show is.
When I first watched 24 season 1, at the end of the 1st season I had my mouth wide open! I never thought that Nina was a bad guy and that Jack's wife was gona die of all things. Even in the first season every minute of 24 had so much action in it that I had to watch it in one go...
Every season starts with full of action and we see all the events like as if we were right there with Jack, this is cause every episode shows an hour and in an hour a lot of stuff happens. And unlike some other series, in 24 main characters are not in the safe zone. I mean most of them die. Even when 24 reached Season Six, all Season 1 main characters were dead. Taking (Tony) as an exception, cause we know he is alive in season 7. So my round up of 24 is that it is a great Series full of action. And it always makes you cry for more.
24 is set basically in real-time, so the number of minutes in the hour-long episode is actually happens within one hour of the 24 universe. The show is all about cops and bad guys, with the most unorthodox cop out there: Jack Bauer.
24 has become a best friend to me. Sort of. It basically broke the barrier that was holding other dramas back. The real-time setting is incredibly cool and creative, though it's gotta be hard to write. I love watching Jack Bauer flip out when interrogating someone, though it can be scary at times. The action stunts and scenes are wicked unbelievable. Even more than that, there's a pretty good story lying underneath. 24 is actually pretty realistic even though it's dealing with stopping terrorists. Kiefer Sutherland is pretty much the perfect Jack Bauer, and does an unbelievable job. The only thing I didn't like was that Season 3 and the first half of season 6 were really bad in my opinion. Still, this is an awesome show, the best thing since bottled water.
The idea of presenting a show in 'real time' is certainly innovative. Thus, when '24' first burst onto our TV screens, it was praised as being totally different from generic television.
I never watched '24' live on TV, only on DVD, maybe that's why I think this is not the single best show out there, because its weaknesses are so clearly out in the open.
Season 1 was okay and new, although I did not care for Jack Bauer's wife or his whiny daughter, but the suspense was there and it was new to me.
S2 and S3 are for me the high points of the entire show, it was entertaining and gripping for most of the time.
But the problem every season has in my eyes is that the story is not smart enough to be told across 24 episodes. Of course they had to do or it couldn't be called '24', but after a certain amount of time it just becomes ridiculous. I realize this is a show, but the writing is neither outstanding nor intelligent.
Another negative point is the increase of violence and torture each season. While S1 was not free of it, there was not so much of it as in later seasons. Torture seems to be the method of choice in every situation and it is applied without any consequences. I know this show is aimed at a mostly male audience, but while I have no problem with violence per se, it is too much and often totally mindless. What is worse, the show makes it look like it is a totally acceptable tool. After S4 I had to stop watching because I was so fed up with it. The violence, coupled with so many plot stupitidies makes me not want to watch S5 and S6 anymore. How this show gotten that many seasons, with the next one on the way is beyond me. I don't see the point in continuing the same cycle over and over again. The innovation has certainly worn off by the end of S3.
This is a show you watch once and it will last you a lifetime.
It's been said a couple of times already, but in this particular era where ADD seems to be more of a national condition than just the learning abberation that afflicts a certain group, "24" was allegedly doomed from Episode One. When part of the thrill is seeing how the creative team behind this concept can successfully juggle all the story "balls" they're keeping in the air each week, how can this show possibly survive, when it's competing against such Top Ten 'gems' as TEMPTATION ISLAND 2, SURVIVOR and FEAR FACTOR?
The split screen work has been compared to that of De Palma's in his heyday, but I think it actually hearkens back to what Richard Fleischer did with THE BOSTON STRANGLER. The splintered pictures are even more effective than the digital readout in conveying that everywhere, at any time, the clock is running out for somebody, and the suspense of seeing how things will turn out is the greatest pleasure of each episode. But because you have to THINK about the story lines and keep each one in mind along with its relation to the others, may be why I fear it will not last into the end of the next television season. Spoiler Alert The core story is this: Federal agent Jack Bauer (a very excellent Kiefer Sutherland, used well for a change) has 24 hours to thwart an assassination attempt that will be made on the life of Senator David Palmer (Dennis Haysbert, a refugee from the cancelled NOW AND AGAIN, another show too smart and creative for its own good). Palmer is the first Black man who stands a chance of getting THISCLOSE to the White House, and a lot of people don't want to see that happen. The Tom Clancy-ish kicker is that the terrorist group responsible for staging the hit, has a mole inside the agency that Jack works for. To prevent the assassination attempt from being successful, Bauer has to find out who it is.
Not easy when you realize this is "government intelligence" that Jack is dealing with. Even more difficult for him, since he blew the whistle on some corrupt fellow agents, and now at least half of the people he works with consider him lower than dog poop on the bottom of their shoes. From this main story, all the other plot threads are spun, and they range from gripping to bathetically soap-operatic:
*In the midst of all of this, Jack has been struggling to rebuild his relationship with his estranged family, wife Terri (Leslie Hope) and daughter Kim (Elisha Cuthbert). Just as it looks like they might be making some progress, Kim sneaks out and goes partying with a friend, not realizing that the "party dudes" they're with are actually part of the Palmer conspiracy, and the plans they have for the girls, (Terri in particular) are dark indeed. This story splits off into yet TWO other plot threads, as the girls, realizing their situation, try to escape their captors, while Terri Bauer scours the city looking for Kim, aided by the father of Kim's friend (Richard Burgi from UPN's THE SENTINEL.)
*Jack's search for the agency mole is further complicated by his strained relationship with co-worker and ex-lover Nina Myers (Sarah Clarke) and his OTHER co-worker and Nina's current lover, Tony Almeida (Carlos Bernard). Everybody has an agenda that may have nothing to do with the Palmer crisis, making it even more difficult for Jack to find out who the terrorist cell has on the inside. Add to the escalating and shifting evidence and alliances the possibility that one of Jack's high-ranking bosses, George Mason (Xander Berkeley) might be dirty as well.
*Meanwhile, David Palmer's got some considerable issues of his own to sort out, with staying alive both physically and politically at the top of the list. A late night call sends him and his crisis team into overdrive, as he attempts to ride herd on a rumor that may destroy his chance at the Presidency more effectively than a bullet to the heart. A reporter is threatening to print a story about Palmer's son, (Vicellous Shannon), who may have murdered the man responsible for raping his sister a few years ago. Mounting evidence may even prove that the story is true, and if it is, how can Palmer reconcile his ethics and the urge to protect his family with the need to win?
*Meanwhile, Ira Gaines (Michael Massee), the mastermind behind the terrorist cell is not finding all going as smoothly as planned. Skilled expert Mandy (Mia Kirshner) finds herself in more hot water than she's ever had to deal with, when her lesbian lover and partner decides to renege on a crucial piece of information needed by Gaines to advance their plans in exchange for more money. (This situation is swiftly resolved, and it's not pretty.) Then the two slackers hired by Gaines nearly botch Kim's kidnapping, and Gaines also has to resolve this issue in classically drastic fashion. The way things are going, the 'no-honor-among-thieves' rule could very possibly implode the cell before their hired gun ever gets Palmer in his sights...
And so it goes. Somehow writers/creators Robert Cochran and Joel Surnow have managed to take the best and the pulpiest conventions of tales of espionage and intrigue, and integrate them into a show that alternates between maddeningly slow and unbearably gripping. But whatever flaws it may have, it does have the advantage of making you THINK and PAY ATTENTION at all times, even when nothing seems to be happening.
And when you're comparing that to a show where the most pressing issue is whether Muffy will go to bed with Steve and betray her fiancée Josh, I fear that soon enough, 24 may become yet another classic case of great TV that becomes cult TV; a sad reflection of our times, and what now passes for entertainment.
24 is the best action show out there. Each season consists of a whole day of events, and each 1 hour episode covers 1 hour of real time. At first I thought how much action could there be in one hour? But after the first episode of season one, I was hooked. A cliffhanger at the end of each episode, and plots twists everywhere, you will never guess how each day, or even hour will end. While season one through 5 was absolutely amazing,I cannot give this show a perfect score because of Season six. It was too similar to a previous season, and everything just seemed to be repeating itself. However, the creators have promised a revamped look to season 7 so tune it.
All the characters are prominent leaving you asking what will occur next however this show does fall short of LOST. 24 has carried several fans and will untill the last season. Why 24 i never researched i have only watched a season or two of this show however i am missing the inner workings and details that others know. They do need to provide more advertising for this show because i never see when it is coming on. LOST carrys a great message we all wonder and will continue to love. 24 leaves us wondering if there is a special bond between people
This series is sooooo addictive! And what do you know, they collect nominations like fruit from trees!
And it is not because today thrillers concerning special counter terrorist units are all the rage, but because of the peculiar way the story is developing and the characters are unveiled to us, viewers. I heard that Jon Voight is going to be on the show, starting this summer and he is going to play the bad guy on the next season. Autumn is not that far away and all "24" fans will have a great reason to stay indoors if it is ugly and it rains outside, 'cause the prequel to season seven is scheduled in November!
great , emotional , action packed , well writen , great actors ... all this words can describe this awesome show called 24 its an amazing story that presents a terrorist plot on every season and how the goverment agents deal wit them ( events ocurr in real time) and the main character is jack bauer a great antihero who has lose it all and is still a patriot even if his country has turned his back against him a bunch of times so bottom line this show rocks because you may not like it but you will stil admit that the show is great and the concepte is fabolus because the worst episode of 24 is usualy beter that all the things that currently are on tv this is a classic and will be remenberd as a cutin edge show that change the way we watched tv in many ways.
I love 24 and its use of charcters, especially Jack and Chloe. the stories are high octaine and as the name suggests they all take place over the span of 24 hours. However somethimes this doesn't work as it should like when Jack ends up in the middle of the sea on a boat, when it would have took days to sail that far :) only joking, not really bothered by the small details like that. Apparently there is a movie on the way and are filming around the world- so i look forward to that too. 24 is original and tense at times, each episode will leave you wanting more or wishing it was next week already.