Jan 17, 2010 09:00 PMTV Network - FOX
It is premiere time for "24" and its eighth season. Taking a cue from Jason, Jack will be venturing to the isle of Manhattan for Part VIII, though we imagine he won't be donning a hockey mask.
Yes, here we are again, it is another of the longest days in Jack Bauer's life. Threats abound, destruction awaits, and only man has what it takes to save the world. Bauer, Jack Bauer. Do not make the mistake of believing that being a grandfather is going to slow down our Jack at all. We may not agree with his methods, we may not like the fact that he operates outside the law and the bounds of decency, but it does make for some pretty compelling television.
May 24, 2010TV Network - FOX
You don't honestly think it's just a coincidence that the final season of "24" ends on the 24th, do you? These sorts of things are planned out years in advance; hours of dedication, hours of training, hours of sacrifice go into making sure that the timing is just right. And that, dear readers, can mean only one thing - the calendar makers have been infiltrated, there's a mole in their organization. For years now the mole has been slowly worming his way in, convincing those who make calendars to have this particularly Monday in May be the 24th, and he's succeeded. There's only one man who could ever have stopped such a plot, but after tonight, his series is at an end.
Jan 18, 2010TV Network - FOX
Only two hours into another of the longest days in Jack Bauer's life and things are already cooking. Though there is little doubt that the world won't blow up in its entirety by the end of this season, "24" has been known to kill a whole lot of main characters, unleash deadly viruses, and even explode a nuclear bomb or two. Consequently, we're not willing to say at this point just whom will be left standing when Jack is done for the day. In fact, only two hours into the new day, we can't even quite be sure who the real bad guy is yet. We're just going to have to keep watching to work that one out.
May 18, 2009TV Network - FOX
The seventh longest day of Jack Bauer's life comes to an end when "24" has its two-hour season finale.
How do you close a season that's already included exploding airplanes, FBI moles, the release of a biological weapon, a hostage situation at the White House and the assassination of a U.S. Senator?
We have no idea. But we'll tune in.
Apr 20, 2009TV Network - FOX
There we were thinking that last week's "24" was all exciting because of the return of Elisha Cuthbert's Kim Bauer, but then the last scene came along and blew our collective minds.
Just in case you haven't seen last week's episode yet, we won't spoil it, but all we're going to say is... WTF?
Perhaps that last question will be answered during the 2 a.m. to 3 a.m. hour on "24."
Feb 23, 2009TV Network - FOX
It's the 5 p.m. to 6 p.m. hour on the Day Seven of "24."
Unless we miss our guess, that means that it's just about time for Jack Bauer to power down his computer and get on the road to make sure he's home in time for dinner and the local news.
Or, alternatively, Chloe helps Jack and Agent Walker as they continue their race to detain Colonel Dubaku before it's too late. Too late for what? Local news and a hot dinner?
Jan 12, 2009TV Network - FOX
Whatever happened in the first two hours of FOX's "24" premiere, we're sure it was shocking. And we're sure the second night of the the two-night, four-hour premiere will be every bit as thrilling.
Who will Jack Bauer torture tonight? And will he say "damnit"? You'll just have to tune in.
In addition to returning co-stars Kiefer Sutherland, Carlos Bernard, James Morrison, Mary Lynn Rajskub and Bob Gunton, the new faces for this "24" season include Voight, Cherry Jones, Colm Feore, Sprague Grayden, Janeane Garofalo, Annie Wersching, Jeffrey Nordling, Rhys Coiro and John Billingsley.