24 Season Finale Spoilers!

24 (May 18, Fox)
What do you do on a typical day from 6 to 8 am? Because Jack Bauer is spending those two morning hours wrapping up his latest day from hell. Will Jack, who has taken an especially hard licking — addled by a lethal pathogen and what not — keep on ticking? And who else from this season will survive another harrowing 120 minutes and partake in the Fox series’ next “day” to be set in New York City? Tune in and keep your eyes on the clock. Source: TV Guide Online

Season 7 Finale Preview of ’24’: Kim Held Hostage

Source: Ace Showbiz TV News

Fox will close the seventh season of ’24’ with two-hour event full of terror and action that had Jack Bauer pleading for death in peace.

Season 7 Finale Preview of '24': Kim Held Hostage
See larger image The clock has returned after a full spin, “” will end the seventh season on Monday, May 18 with a two-hour finale. “Day 7: 6:00 AM-7:00 AM” and “Day 7: 7:00 AM-8:00 AM” 2-hour season finale episode airs on FOX starting 8/7c. After 22 hellacious hours underscored by the loss of innocent lives, the evil betrayal of Tony Almeida, the First Gentleman’s kidnapping and shooting, a vicious siege on the White House, heroic sacrifices, a conspiracy, exposure to a lethal pathogen and an unthinkable bio-weapon attack, Jack Bauer reaches an emotional breaking point as this remarkable day reaches its climactic conclusion. “24” has been ordered for an eight season and casting calls have been conducted. One particular important character which will be introduced next season is a 4-year-old girl named Teri who is described as Kim Bauer’s daughter.

Question: Tell me something about the 24 finale. I’m dying to hear anything! Ausiello: Can’t help you with the finale. Can help you with Monday’s penultimate ep, which finds Jack Bauer going all Jack Bauer on Tony. It’s a brutal scene, so if extreme violence isn’t your thing, run for cover right around the halfway point. Just make sure you come back in time to catch Chloe and Janis’ hilarious sneer-off. Source: The Ausiello Files

Question: 24 scoop, please? Ausiello: I actually do have something about the finale: Kim will play a major part in it. And you’ll find out why next week. Source: The Ausiello Files

Chloe is back next week. After being hit by the news of Bill’s death and getting updated on the terrorist’s next plans, she will have some hard and fast personal decisions to make. (TV Guide)

3:00 AM-4:00 AM – Airing April 27, 2009
The nation remains vulnerable as Starkwood mastermind Jonas Hodges (guest star Jon Voight) remains at the epicenter of the mounting terrorist threat. Meanwhile, the FBI and the administration scramble to provide security and justice, and Jack Bauer (Kiefer Sutherland) questions a key suspect. (Fox)

4:00 AM-5:00 AM – Airing May 4, 2009
While lives remain on the line, some are lost, and an emotional Chloe (Mary Lynn Rajskub) copes with the declining conditions. With only three hours left, the devastating day worsens when the politicking inside the White House corners the divided administration. (Fox)

5:00 AM-6:00 AM – Airing May 11, 2009
With the countdown on and innocent lives still targeted, Jack handles the situation and his imperiled daughter, Kim (guest star Elisha Cuthbert), gets involved. Meanwhile, the imminent threat stokes the heated rivalry between Chloe O’Brian and Janis Gold (Janeane Garofalo). (Fox)

6:00 AM-7:00 AM / 7:00 AM-8:00 AM Season Finale – Airing May 18, 2009
After 22 hellacious hours underscored by the loss of innocent lives, the evil betrayal of colleagues, the First Gentleman’s kidnapping and shooting, a vicious siege on the White House, heroic sacrifices, a conspiracy, exposure to a lethal pathogen and an unthinkable bio-weapon attack, Jack reaches an emotional tipping point as the remarkable day ticks toward its climactic conclusion. (Fox)

Question: News on Tony and the 24 finale? Ausiello: Speaking of Tony, the evil douche was the topic of conversation at Tuesday’s finale screening in Hollywood. Kiefer Sutherland admitted that Carlos Bernard wasn’t expecting fans to hold him personally accountable for his character’s actions. “Two episodes in he started getting hate mail,” he said. “Then he started getting the hate phone calls. It made him a little nervous.” For his part, Bernard views Tony as a victim. “I don’t perceive Tony as evil. He’s gone through really traumatic events. He’s a damaged individual. He’s a guy who doesn’t trust anybody anymore, feels abandoned and feels he has to take matters into his own hands.” Exec producer Jon Cassar urges viewers to reserve judgment until after Monday’s finale. “I know right now they are kind of upset that he’s bad, but it all kind of becomes clear in episode 24. We really wanted [the season] to end with Tony and Jack, and that’s how it’s going to end.” Fellow e.p. Howard Gordon was slightly less apologetic. “If people are disappointed or don’t like [how Tony’s arc is resolved], too bad.” (Make that a lot less apologetic.) Source: The Ausiello Files

Question: Do you know if Janeane Garofalo will be back on 24 next season? I’m kind of digging Janis. Ausiello: Sorry to disappoint, but Janis will not be making the trek to New York. “I think the secret of this show is knowing when characters have had their story,” explains exec producer Howard Gordon. “And to transpose everybody [from D.C. to New York] starts feeling very coincidental. Even getting Chloe there … you have to explain how she got from Washington to New York and what happened. You can’t do that for everybody.” Source: The Ausiello Files

Question: Any scoop on the 24 finale? Ausiello: “Renee is all over the place in these last two episodes,” reveals Annie Wersching. “I got to do my favorite stunt [of the season] — and they let me do it myself. It involves hanging off of a car and shooting and saving someone. It was really cool.” Source: The Ausiello Files

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  1. Argh, I am frustrated with this “Tony is evil” stuff. It makes no sense and they are destroying his character. I really hope he has a good reason for doing what he’s doing.

  2. Hussain Obama

     /  May 14, 2009

    I wish Jack would just put a bullet inside Janis’ head! Also, don’t we already have enough shows in New York, I swear, they think they are the center of the Universe!

  3. rogerisalive

     /  May 16, 2009

    I have heard that Charles Logan maybe involved some way in the final two episodes?

    Is there any truth to this or is it just wishful thinking

  4. JB

     /  May 18, 2009

    Well here it is folks…………….Tony’s whole plan was to get the man who was responsible for his wife’s death…Yes the shadowy figure who was even higher than Jonas Hodges……This is the man that ordered the assassination of David Palmer and the hit on Tony and his wife, in which is wife and unborn child were killed……..
    Jacks daughter will be saved by Renee and FBI at the airport and she will help rescue her father jack, as he has been taken hostage by Tony….
    Tony finally gets to meet the man he as been after for years whos name is Alan Wilson….
    Jack will stop Tony from killing Alan Wilson with the help of Renee….The Presidents daughter Olivia, will be found out to have been behind the killing of Jonas Hodges, after Ethan hears the recordings taken in Olivia’s office unknown to her……
    In the final scenes, Alan Wilson is in a holding room awaiting transfer and Renee and Janice are in the observation room behind the glass, Renee tells Janice to leave the room, and Janice refuses until Renee completes the transfer orders…Renee then handcuffs Janice and Janice pleads with Renee to not throw her career away….Renee opens the door to the room with Alan Wilson in it and they look at each other smirking, and the scene ends in a cliffhanger as to whether Renee is going to kill Alan Wilson for the death of Larry Moss, or if she is going to help him escape……..
    President Taylor’s story arc ends with her husband pleading with her to destroy the evidence against Olivia and cover it up, because Jonas hodges deserved to die anyway for killing they’re son and Olvia’s brother……After careful thought, she reprimands her daughter into federal custody, because first and foremost she must uphold the constitution regardless of family ties…She ask Ethan to withdraw his resignation and he does…..
    Final scene is that Jack will except is impending death from the toxin, and is induced into a coma to let him die without pain…..Jacks daughter Kim will arrive at the hospital and tell them to go ahead with the stem cell treatment to help her father Jack, regardless of the pain or risk to herself…She sits at her fathers bedside and tells him shes not ready to let him go yet……..

  5. jackie

     /  May 18, 2009

    is this true?? have you seen it?? im in the uk and not seeing the finale until next week!! so does kim survive?? i thought she might die!!! first i thought she wouldnt cos she is the only one that can save him, but he has a grandaughter now so if they had to they could use her ….. aah!! the suspense is killing me!!

  6. JB

     /  May 18, 2009

    Yes I’ve seen it already, and thats the real deal on what happens…….We wont know what happens with Kim and Jack until next season…….However none of the main characters are killed off in this finale so I assume most of them if not all of them will return for season 8……………..

  7. Healy

     /  May 27, 2009

    We missed the finale. When will it be rebroadcasted! Please.
    How can we see it.

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