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The Best Scene In 24 History: Jack Bauer Goes Bad Ass On Charles Logan

by @ Tuesday, May 18th, 2010. Filed under 24, Television

24 will air it’s final episode next Monday, but I’ve got to say that the last four episodes or so have been very, very good. Last night was no disappointment, especially when it came to what may be the best “Bad Ass Jack Bauer” scene we’ve ever scene:

New York Police Commissioner Compares Times Square Case To 24

by @ Wednesday, May 5th, 2010. Filed under 24, Homeland Security, In The News, Television, War On Terror

With 24’s Eighth and final season taking place in New York City, it was perhaps inevitable that someone would make this comparison: In an era when television is often ahead of reality, perhaps it was inevitable that the New York police commissioner measured the country’s success Tuesday in the attempted Times Square bombing against the […]

Fox Makes It Official: 24 Is Canceled

by @ Saturday, March 27th, 2010. Filed under 24, Television

What I noted from Twitter reports yesterday, was made official today: Fox confirmed today that after eight seasons, 24 will air its series finale on May 24. Star Kiefer Sutherland told EW.com that producing a ninth season for another network like NBC was not an option because he and executive producer Howard Gordon were ready […]

Jack Bauer’s Gonna Be Pissed

by @ Friday, March 26th, 2010. Filed under 24, Television

Just fifteen minutes ago from the Twitter feed of Jon Cassar, who was the producer of 24 for seasons 1 through 7, comes news that 24 has been canceled: News from the 24 set,the crew has been told that 24 has come to an end. There will b no season 9. Its been a great […]

The President We Love To Hate Is Returning To 24

by @ Monday, November 2nd, 2009. Filed under 24, Television

Yep, Charles Logan is coming back: It’s official: 24’s upcoming eighth season is going to be craaaazy (the bat-you-know-what kind). Gregory Itzin is returning to 24 as lunatic ex-prez Charlies Logan for a multi-episode arc. Logan will resurface towards the end of Day 8 when Cherry Jones’ President Taylor reluctantly enlists her disgraced predecessor to […]

24 Season 8 Preview

by @ Thursday, October 29th, 2009. Filed under 24, Television

Coming to a television near you on January 17, 2010:

An Uncertain Future For 24

by @ Tuesday, August 11th, 2009. Filed under 24, Television

There are hints that Fox may not be willing to renew 24 after its 2010 season ends next May: While most of the television world was atwitter about Paula Abdul’s failed contract negotiations last week, Fox Broadcasting fired the opening salvo in another looming contract battle, this one over the future of “24,” which stars […]

24 Moving To Big Apple For Season 8

by @ Thursday, April 16th, 2009. Filed under 24, Television

It looks like Jack Bauer will be spending a day in the city that never sleeps: After six seasons in Los Angeles and one in D.C., Jack Bauer is taking his one-man show to Broadway! Sources confirm to me exclusively that 24 will be relocating to New York next season — at least on screen. […]

24 Flunks Washington Geography

by @ Wednesday, April 1st, 2009. Filed under 24, Television

One of the fun things about this season of 24 is the fact that it takes place right in my backyard, which is why it’s very amusing to see just how wrong the writers are when it comes to Washington geography: Every week during this season of the Monday night program, which has moved its […]

24 Goes Politically Correct

by @ Monday, March 2nd, 2009. Filed under 24, Dumbasses, Television

There’s a lot about the current season of 24 that I’ve liked, but this weird adherence to some form of political correctness is just stupid: When a dark-colored S.U.V. raced through the streets of Washington, flipped over and burst into flames on Fox’s fast-paced action show “24” last week, viewers probably were not calculating how […]

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