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24 is an American crime drama television series created by Joel Surnow and Robert Cochran for Fox. The series stars Kiefer Sutherland as counter-terrorist agent Jack Bauer. Each season covers 24 consecutive hours in Bauer's life using the real time method of narration. Multiple interrelated plots are featured in each episode, which often include Bauer's contacts in perilous crisis. The show premiered on November 6, 2001, and spanned 204 episodes over nine seasons, with the series finale broadcast on July 14, 2014. In addition, the television film 24: Redemption aired between seasons six and seven, on November 23, 2008. 24 is a joint production by Imagine Television and 20th Century Fox Television.

24 received generally positive reviews, and its fifth season was universally praised by critics. However, the series was criticized for Islamophobia and glorification of torture. The show won numerous awards throughout its run, including Best Drama Series at the 2004 Golden Globe Awards and Outstanding Drama Series at the 2006 Primetime Emmy Awards. In May 2013, it was announced that 24 would return with a 12-episode limited series titled 24: Live Another Day, which aired from May 5 to July 14, 2014, bringing the episode count to 204.[5][6] A spin-off series, 24: Legacy, later premiered on February 5, 2017, lasting a single 12-episode season.[7][8] At the conclusion of its eighth season, 24 became the longest-running U.S. espionage or counterterrorism-themed television drama, surpassing both Mission: Impossible and the UK's The Avengers.[9]

24 is a serial drama starring Kiefer Sutherland as Jack Bauer about the efforts of the fictional Counter Terrorist Unit to protect the United States from terrorist plots. The episodes take place over the course of one hour, depicting events as they happen, in real time.[10] To emphasize the real-world flow of events, a clock is prominently displayed on-screen during the show, and there is a regular use of split screens, a technique used to depict multiple scenes occurring at the same time.

The idea for the series first came from executive producer Joel Surnow, who initially had the idea of a TV show with 24 episodes in a season. Each episode would be an hour long, taking place over the course of a single day.[14] He discussed the idea over the phone with producer Robert Cochran, whose initial response was "Forget it, that's the worst idea I've ever heard, it will never work and it's too hard".[15] They met the next day at the International House of Pancakes in Woodland Hills, Los Angeles, to discuss the idea of this action-espionage series that used the format of real time to create dramatic tension with a race against the clock.[14]

Although not the first to do so, 24 embraced the concept of real time. This idea started when producer Joel Surnow thought of the idea of doing "24 episodes in a season, with each episode lasting an hour". They decided that the idea of real time had to make the show a "race against the clock".[15] Each episode takes place over the course of one hour, with time continuing to elapse during the commercial breaks. The exact time is denoted by the digital clock display at the beginning and end of each segment. The protocol is that mundane events, such as travel, sometimes occur during commercial breaks and thus these events are largely unseen.[24] The story time correlates with elapsed viewing time if episodes are broadcast with commercial breaks of set duration inserted at the points prescribed by the episode.[15] In line with the depiction of events in real time, 24 does not use slow motion techniques. The series also does not use flashbacks, except once during the first-season finale. Watched continuously without advertisements, each season would run approximately 17 hours.[24] As a result of the timing nature of the series, a number of visual cues were projected onto the screen.

24: Live Another Day premiered on May 5, 2014, on Fox.[6] The series is set four years after the events of season 8, and adheres to the original real time concept: The main plot is set between 11:00 a.m. and 10:50 p.m., with each episode corresponding to an hour; however, the concluding episode's final part features a 12-hour time jump enabling the show to join up the full 24 hour period back to 11:00 a.m.

In January 2015, another installment of the franchise was pitched by executive producers Howard Gordon, Evan Katz, Manny Coto and Brian Grazer, which would revolve around a stable of supporting characters rather than Kiefer Sutherland in the lead role.[71] In January 2016, Fox announced it had ordered a pilot for a spin-off series titled 24: Legacy, which would feature a new cast, with no returning characters except Tony Almeida (Carlos Bernard). The series retains the real-time format, however, consists of 12 episodes, using time jumps to cover the events of a single day. Stephen Hopkins, who directed the original 24 pilot and several first-season episodes, directed the Legacy pilot.[72] Jon Cassar also returned to direct and produce 6 of the 12 episodes.[73] Corey Hawkins and Miranda Otto play the two lead characters; Hawkins as Eric Carter, a military hero returning home; and Otto as Rebecca Ingram, a former head of CTU.[74][75] The pilot was officially ordered to series in April 2016 and premiered on February 5, 2017, immediately after Super Bowl LI.[7] In June 2017, the series was canceled after one season.[8]

The quality of the acting was particularly celebrated by critics. Robert Bianco of USA Today described Kiefer Sutherland as indispensable to the series, and that he had a "great, under-sung performance".[100] Dennis Haysbert's "commanding" performance as David Palmer was hailed by critics, with some believing the character helped the campaign of Barack Obama.[101] David Leonhart of The New York Times praised Gregory Itzin's portrayal of President Charles Logan, comparing his character to former U.S. President Richard Nixon.[102] The New York Times characterized Logan's administration as "a projection of our very worst fears" of the government.[103] Jean Smart's portrayal of Martha Logan in the fifth season was equally acclaimed. The character's opening scene (in which she, unsatisfied with her hairdo, dunks her head into a sink) was called "the most memorable character debut in 24 history".[104] The finale of season one is seen by many critics as one of the best episodes of the series and is frequently cited as one of the best television season finales of all time.[105][106][107] Teri Bauer's death at the end of the finale was voted by TV Guide as the second-most shocking death in television history.[108]

The series received 68 Emmy nominations, with 20 wins.[162] It received nominations for Outstanding Drama Series at the Primetime Emmys in 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, and won the award in 2006.[162] Kiefer Sutherland received nominations in 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2007, and 2009 (for 24: Redemption) and won in 2006.[162][163] Joel Surnow and Robert Cochran won for Outstanding Writing for a Drama Series in 2002 for the pilot episode.[162] Composer Sean Callery received nine nominations for Outstanding Music Composition for a Series, nominated for every season and 24: Redemption; he won in 2003, 2006, and 2010.[162]

TUESDAY, MAY 24[EDITOR'S NOTE: An audio description for tonight's episode of NAME THAT TUNE is available on the SAP Audio Channel.]**SEASON FINALE**--"NAME THAT TUNE" - (8:00-10:00 PM ET/PT) CC-HDTV 720p-Dolby Digital 5.1 EIGHT CONTESTANTS GO NOTE-TO-NOTEON THE ALL-NEW TWO-HOUR SEASON FINALE OF "NAME THAT TUNE"TUESDAY, MAY 24, ON FOX NAME THAT TUNE closes out the season with a special two-hour season finale! NAME THAT TUNE tests contestants' music knowledge as they battle it out in an assortment of challenging musical games for cash and prizes. Tony Award winner Jane Krakowski hosts, and Grammy Award-winning producer Randy Jackson serves as band leader. It's movie night, as teacher Lori from Austin, TX, goes head-to-head with Dave from New York, who works in advertising. Round One is "Mixtape," and all the tunes are from the movies. The theme continues into the Bid-A-Note round, which concludes in a blockbuster ending. The Hollywood theme keeps coming as Chris, a legal assistant from Brooklyn, NY, takes on Kalisha from Minneapolis, MN, who works in digital marketing. Will either of them win the $100k grand prize The second hour features Sara, an executive assistant from Bronx, NY, who takes on Tye, a military veteran from Atlanta, GA. Sara shows her "New York mean," but will she beat the military vet for the big money in the Golden Medley Next, Raymond, an accountant from Chicago, faces New Orleans entrepreneur and mom Lyndsey. Round One starts with a NAME THAT TUNE favorite, "Spin Me Round." The prizes stack up, and there's even an underwater scooter on offer! See who will sink and who will swim, as competitors slug it out to come out on top and win the $100,000 grand prize in the all-new "Movie Night/Superfan and the Mompreneur" season finale episode of NAME THAT TUNE airing Tuesday, May 24 (8:00-10:00 PM PT) on FOX. (NTU-209/210) (TV-PG D,L) Host: Jane Krakowski Band Leader: Randy Jackson Share

THURSDAY, MARCH 24[EDITOR'S NOTE: Audio descriptions for tonight's episodes of MASTERCHEF JUNIOR, CALL ME KAT and WELCOME TO FLATCH are available on the SAP Audio Channel.]"CALL ME KAT" - (9:00-9:30 PM ET/PT) CC-AD-HDTV 720p-Dolby Digital 5.1SHEILA AND KAT GO ON A DOUBLE DATEON AN ALL-NEW "CALL ME KAT"THURSDAY, MARCH 24, ON FOX Sheila convinces Kat and Oscar to join her on a double date with a man who owns a local chain restaurant. Meanwhile, Randi and Max adjust to their new rooming situation in the all-new "Call Me a McCluckhead" episode of CALL ME KAT airing Thursday, March 24 (9:00-9:30 PM ET/PT) on FOX. (KAT-211) (TV-14 D, L) Cast: Mayim Bialik as Kat; Swoosie Kurtz as Sheila; Cheyenne Jackson as Max; Kyla Pratt as Randi; Leslie Jordan as Phil; Julian Gant as Carter; Christopher Rivas as OscarGuest Cast: Edward Edwards as Charles; Rhett George as Tom; Doreen Calderon as Carol; Janice Kent as Podcast Host Share 153554b96e


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