For as much as we're still trying to wrap our heads around Jack Bauer's 2014 return in limited series '24: Live Another Day,' fans of the iconic series anxiously await news of what former stars, beside Kiefer Sutherland, will return for the surprise revival. If nothing else, the franchise will remain in good hands as veteran '24' director Jon Cassar has signed up to return to the series, but who else is on board?
There are immediate 'Game of Thrones' spoilers in the next paragraph. You have been warned.
In the latest episode of 'Game of Thrones,' Robb Stark's rebellion was put to a sudden and bloody end at the hands of the spiteful Walder Frey, the traitorous Roose Bolton and the crafty Lannister family. "The Red Wedding" saw Robb's pregnant wife stabbed to death and the King in the North shot full of arrows before being stabbed in the heart. However, the real kicker was the death of Robb's mother Catelyn, who had her throat cut after killing Frey's young wife.
It's the kind of scene you never forget, an event that will radically change the make-up of 'Game of Thrones' forever. There won't be a more memorable set of character deaths in 2013. How could someone top that?
Now that Jack Bauer's big return '24: Live Another Day' has been set in stone for 2014, fans of the long-running Kiefer Sutherland series patiently await news of what returning franchise players will pop up in the unexpected revival. Where earlier we heard Mary Lynn Rajskub's Chloe remained a likely candidate for a reappearance, '24: Live Another Day' has cast its first major returning player in writer/executive producer David Fury. Get the latest on '24's return inside!
A few weeks ago brought the stupendous, if genuinely surprising news that Kiefer Sutherland's iconic '24' character Jack Bauer would return in a 2014 limited series tentavitely titled '24: Live Another Day.' Much of the original writing staff will return under producer Howard Gordon, but will fan-favorite Mary Lynn Rajskub (Chloe) return as the voice in Jack Bauer's ear as well? Get the latest on the '24' revival inside!
We never would have believed it, but it seems Jack Bauer has officially been called back to duty. Just days after FOX announced that Kiefer Sutherland's post-'24' vehicle 'Touch' had been canceled in its second season, the network made official its plans to return the counter-terrorism thriller in a new limited run series to begin airing in mid 2014. Find out about Jack Bauer's big '24' return inside!
Yesterday we heard the unbelievable news that FOX had entered talks with former '24' star Kiefer Sutherland to revive the property as a limited series, following the cancellation of Sutherland's two-season thriller 'Touch.' The news had initially been deemed too unexpected to be certain, but now it seems former '24' executive producer David Fury has confirmed the news. Find out the latest details on the '24' reboot inside!
Sure, like most outlets we cracked a joke that 'Touch's recent cancellation would allow series star Kiefer Sutherland to finally get that long-stalled '24' movie off the ground, but who's laughing in real-time now? New reports have emerged that the Jack Bauer franchise will return to FOX as a limited series, with Kiefer Sutherland in talks to reprise his famous role. Find out if '24' will really return inside!
It's been a solid three years since '24's Jack Bauer had a set number of hours with which to battle terrorists, but it doesn't look like the former CTU agent will be coming out of retirement anytime soon. Even if series star Kiefer Sutherland's schedule frees up in the wake of FOX drama 'Touch's potential cancellation, attached '24' movie director Antoine Fuqua believes the project has been shelved for good. Find out if Jack Bauer could still hit the big screen inside!
It may have been 2 years since '24' left FOX's airwaves, but don't give up on the idea of seeing Jack Bauer on the big screen just yet. Even though series star Kiefer Sutherland maintains a full schedule these days, with shooting soon to commence on a second season of 'Touch,' the actor remains adamant that audiences haven't seen the last of the CTU agent. So what needs to happen to get a '24' movie going?