January 13, 2011 by Post Team
Kiefer Sutherland, The question many people ask after a show goes off the air is whether or not he remained outside his home. “24″ never reached the top critical or commercial he did in season five, but there were still moments of what worked on the program over the last three years. And while there seems to be a bit of revisionist history already indicates that “24″ remained on the air too long, it was still a top 40 program in its final year, something that can not be said about many shows which aired 192 episodes. One more year would probably see a more serious decline. In other words, he came out exactly when it should have.
2011 will be one year definitely different on the TV landscape because it will be the first in a long time without “Lost” and not “24.” When history books are written on the programs most important and influential of the first decade of the new millennium, it would be incomplete without a chapter on Jack Bauer and the incredible success of the FOX “24.” The last season is now available on DVD and Blu-ray, the closure of a major program with a comparable period -dull, but a great comic.
Jack (“Kiefer Sutherland”) may have tried to retire from the game in anti-t*rror*sm, but as someone said Bauer in the first episode,” You’re the guy who always does the right thing. “This is clearly a line of self-referential in that it was the draw of the show for eight seasons – Jack is the guy we want on our side.” 24: Season Eight “can open with a quiet, family-Jack Bauer, but it is a matter of time before he returns to save the free world.
One of the reasons why “24″ has slipped a bit after season five, is that the plot of this great year was almost impossible to top and then the suspension of disbelief stretched over the last three seasons. The best way to see the eight seasons of “24″ is how you make eight different James Bond movies. They stand on their own. If you start to question the likelihood of taking place all eight in the real world and the same guy, then it falls apart.
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