Jack Bauer comes out of hiding in London to stop a huge terrorist attack on British soil.
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Kiefer Sutherland ...  Jack Bauer 12 episodes, 2014
Yvonne Strahovski ...  Kate Morgan 12 episodes, 2014
Tate Donovan ...  Mark Boudreau 12 episodes, 2014
Mary Lynn Rajskub ...  Chloe O'Brian 12 episodes, 2014
William Devane ...  President James Heller 12 episodes, 2014
Kim Raver ...  Audrey Boudreau 12 episodes, 2014
Gbenga Akinnagbe ...  Erik Ritter 11 episodes, 2014
Michael Wincott ...  Adrian Cross 11 episodes, 2014
Benjamin Bratt ...  Steve Navarro 10 episodes, 2014
Giles Matthey ...  Jordan Reed 9 episodes, 2014
Ross McCall ...  Ron Clark 9 episodes, 2014
Branko Tomovic ...  Belcheck 9 episodes, 2014
Michelle Fairley ...  Margot Al-Harazi 8 episodes, 2014
Stephen Fry ...  Prime Minister Alastair Davies 8 episodes, 2014
Colin Salmon ...  General Coburn 7 episodes, 2014
Emily Berrington ...  Simone Al-Harazi 7 episodes, 2014
Liam Garrigan ...  Ian Al-Harazi 7 episodes, 2014
James Allenby-Kirk James Allenby-Kirk ...  Stosh 7 episodes, 2014
Mandeep Dhillon ...  Chell 7 episodes, 2014
Adam Sinclair ...  Gavin Leonard 6 episodes, 2014
Miranda Raison ...  Caroline Fowlds 6 episodes, 2014
Charles Furness Charles Furness ...  Pete 6 episodes, 2014
Stanley Townsend ...  Anatol Stolnavich 5 episodes, 2014
Christina Chong ...  Mariana 5 episodes, 2014
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Four years after the events of Day 8, Jack Bauer remains a federal fugitive. Meanwhile, amid growing concerns over the use of US military drones in combat, President James Heller pays a visit to London to negotiate a treaty to continue their basing on British soil. Having heard rumors of an imminent attack against Heller, Bauer resurfaces in the city, where he is apprehended by the CIA and forcibly recruited into joining their investigation. As forces within the White House conspire against him, Bauer realizes that the complexity of the plot extends beyond a presidential assassination, and that the consequences of a successful attack will alter the course of history. With the help of a disgraced CIA agent and a hacker collective preaching free information, he must confront an unseen enemy whose personal vendetta threatens to push the world to the brink of war. Written by Bye

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Kiefer Sutherland and Michael Wincott both worked together previously in the film "The Three Mustketeers." See more »

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In several scenes of 24 series 9 characters drive from London to a place in the countryside where terrorists hide. In the series, this takes all parties involved just 20 minutes or less. In reality it is completely impossible to travel from the countryside to Central London in this short period of time. See more »

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Referenced in Diminishing Returns: The Bourne Identity (2016) See more »

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Jack Bauer is Back, & frankly thats the only thing that matters!!! :D
5 May 2014 | by navinpaisSee all my reviews

Loved it.., but something felt off... it wasn't as great as I hoped it to be, at times it didn't even feel like 24, the tinkering with the ticker color & font didn't help either..., I wish Heller wasn't the President..., even Stephen Fry didn't impress... & thats where the main problem lies, even with a stellar supporting cast, its only Kiefer Sutherland, Mary Lynn Rajskub & Benjamin Bratt who look like they belong in the show/story..., the rest are just stuck, lost in between..., Michelle Fairley was great, but we only got to see her for some seconds..., hoping she saves the show. Not that it needs to be saved per se, but its unfair to have a show rest on one mans shoulders..., however f#@$ing good he may be, he cant be in every other frame... Gbenga Akinnagbe & Yvonne Strahovski are horrible, especially the former. Coming back to Bauer/Kiefer Sutherland, he certainly looks a bit aged, but at the same time he looks angrier & grumpier than ever, not in the mood for anything, well, other than saving the world for the nth time... As for the background score, it felt a bit wanting, in the first two episodes there was only one moment where the score was great, at other times it didn't feel like Sean Callery. And may be, its just the whole setting, there were times when I wished they were back in America. So was it worth the wait, totally if you are a fan of 24 like me, who loves Bauer, but if you are someone who just likes the show, then you will be disappointed.

9/10


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