It's not Jack.
The next season of '24' will be set in our fair city.
Last night was his 116th episode, and we feel like we know him pretty well. But no.
The First Daughter will do absolutely anything to kill a story.
He'll play he'll play "a leader from the Mideast who comes to the U.S. for a peacekeeping mission," ostensibly.
Plus: Jackie Earle Haley to haunt your dreams.
We learn Jack is Really Infected and Dying, allowing every character to look all forlorn and Jack to do his I’m Having Feelings But I Am Too Proud to Show Them thing.
He's not only poisoned, he's framed.
The best episode since the season five finale.
Jack’s alive, but man, he’s pissed.
Even for '24,' this was a bit much. Well played!
This season's first story line wraps up, defying expectations.
Turns out there is a mole at the FBI feeding information to Colonel Dubaku!
And the president has an issue of her own.
Hollywood’s a tough racket.
Plus: Liam Neeson rationalizes his decision to star in 'Taken.'
Plus: Okay, who was the genius who told Fall Out Boy they should start watching Fellini?
Jack and Tony are kidnapping future leaders of Sengala and burying FBI agents alive, all, apparently, over diamonds.
Stupid us, we really believed the producers when they said they would ease up on the torture business.
Jack’s day is already one-sixth over!
‘24’ has shut down CTU, moved the action from Los Angeles to Washington, D.C. and introduced an (almost) all-new cast. And it’s better! But still absurd.
'She's not Hillary... She's a combination of Eleanor Roosevelt, Golda Meier and John Wayne.'
After almost two years, '24' will return to television with a two-part, four-hour premiere airing January 11 and 12.
Starting September 15 production on '24' will be shut down while the show’s staff retools the direction of the last six episodes.
Plus: 'Tim and Eric Awesome Show, Great Job!' is not all ooh-ma-ma's.