Earlier today we heard the fantastic news that FOX's 2014 '24' revival '24: Live Another Day' would return classic CTU analyst Chloe O'Brien (Mary Lynn Rajskub) to assist in Jack Bauer's latest outing, but very little is known of what the revival series' story will actually reveal in its 12-episode run. Now, new comments from FOX chairman Kevin Reilly have given us a clue what to expect from '24: Live Another Day'
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Well, this should come as very little surprise. For as long as FOX decided to revive the '24' franchise with upcoming limited series '24: Live Another Day,' we never expected Kiefer Sutherland to prove the only franchise veteran reprising his role. Thankfully, Jack's phone will once again be buzzing with the sounds of Mary Lynn Rajskub's voice, returning in her analyst role as Chloe O’Brian.
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!
Hard to believe in just over a week's time we'll be binge-watching Netflix's 'Arrested Development' season 4, 15 full episodes of as-yet-unrevealed surprises and more cameos than we can count. The latest round of photos from the revived season gives us our first look at 'Mad Men's' John Slattery, as well as a bit of friendly nepotism and a previously hidden guest star, sot get the latest on 'Arrested Development's' return inside!
Though Showtime's long-running sex dramedy hit 'Californication' won't return until January 2014, Showtime has already made some serious castings for the potentially final season. In addition to the recently announced guest turn from 'The Sopranos' star Michael Imperioli, today Showtime has revealed that 'The Hangover Part 3' star Heather Graham and '24's' Mary Lynn Rajskub will take similarly meaty roles in 'Californication's' next cycle, but as who?