24: Day 1 (2001 - 2002)

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Brimming with tension and political intrigue, 24 successfully introduces its unique, high-concept format and a compelling hero worth watching in Kiefer Sutherland's Jack Bauer.

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Air date: Nov 6, 2001

Jack Bauer (Kiefer Sutherland), an anti-terrorism agent based in Los Angeles, has recently returned home after a separation from his wife, Teri (Leslie Hope), and his daughter, Kimberly (Elisha Cuthbert), who seems to blame Teri for the split. Jack and Teri learn that Kimberly has snuck out of the house, but before they can deal with the situation, Jack is called away to work. He has a close relationship with one of his underlings, Nina Myers (Sarah Clarke), and another, Tony (Carlos Bernard), suspects them of having an affair. Jack's boss, Richard Walsh (Michael O'Neill), tells him about a plot to assassinate a presidential candidate, David Palmer (Dennis Haysbert). Walsh also tells him that they suspect that someone in his unit is a mole. Jack gets into a conflict with George Mason (Xander Berkeley), another agent who won't tell him where they got the information about the assassination plot. Palmer gets a call from a reporter who makes a disturbing allegation, but he won't tell his wife, Sherry (Penny Johnson), what the reporter said. Kimberly and her friend, Janet (Jacqui Maxwell), meet up with two older guys, Rick (Daniel Bess) and Dan (Matthew Carey). She hits it off with Dan, but when she realizes that Teri's been trying to reach her, she decides to go home. Rick and Dan offer her a ride home, but they don't follow her directions. Martin Belkin (Rudolph Martin) is flying into L.A. to photograph Palmer. He strikes up a conversation with Mandy (Mia Kirshner), the attractive woman sitting next to him on the plane. As the jet comes in for a landing, Mandy reveals herself to be a part of the terrorist plot. The premiere episode of 24 was directed by Stephen Hopkins (Lost in Space).

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Air date: Nov 13, 2001

Tony (Carlos Bernard) wants to know what happened between Mason and Jack (Kiefer Sutherland). Nina (Sarah Clarke) comes up with a cover story. Mandy (Mia Kirshner) touches down, and hides the ID she took from the photographer on the plane. Teri (Leslie Hope) and Janet's (Jacqui Maxwell) dad, Alan York (Richard Burgi), get to the furniture store, but the kids are long gone. Walsh (Michael O'Neill) meets a frightened agent, who gives him a card key encoded with classified information about Palmer (Dennis Haysbert), which he says was created by the mole in CTU. Before Walsh can act on the information, the agent is killed, and he finds himself pinned down by unseen gunmen. He calls Jack for help. Mandy meets with Ira Gaines (Michael Massee) and he pays her for the ID, which her partner is bringing. At Gaines' hideout, Mandy sees Jonathan (Rudolph Martin), who's been surgically altered to look just like the photographer. Jack reaches Walsh, and helps him kill two of the gunmen. Jack cuts the thumb off of one corpse, for identification purposes. Bridgit (Kim Murphy), Mandy's partner, shows up at the hideout, but won't give up the ID until Gaines doubles their money. Secret service agents show up at Palmer's hotel room and tell Sherry (Penny Johnson) about the threat against his life, but the senator has taken off on his own. Walsh is killed after giving Jack the key card. Jack gets away, and transmits info on the card to Jamey (Karina Arroyave), who tells him that the card came from Nina's computer. Rick (Daniel Bess) and Dan (Matthew Carey) order Kim (Elisha Cuthbert) to call her mother and say she's okay. Dan smashes Janet's arm with a tire iron when Kim refuses.

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Air date: Nov 20, 2001

Jack (Kiefer Sutherland) transmits the thumbprint to a lab, but they can't find a match. Teri (Leslie Hope) tells Jack about Kim's (Elisha Cuthbert) phone call, and Jack asks her and Alan (Richard Burgi) to wait for Kim at the furniture store. Mandy (Mia Kirshner) apologizes to Ira (Michael Massee) for Bridgit's (Kim Murphy) demands. Ira calls Rick (Daniel Bess) and Dan (Matthew Carey) for an update on Kim. Palmer (Dennis Haysbert) meets with Carl (Zach Grenier), some kind of PR guy, and tells him there's a story out that the senator's son Keith (Vicellous Reon Shannon), killed the man who raped his daughter. Carl promises to take care of it. Jack tells Jamey (Karina Arroyave) about Walsh's allegations, and has her confirm that the key card came from Nina's (Sarah Clarke) computer, while he keeps Nina occupied by asking about her relationship with Tony (Carlos Bernard). Once the origin of the card is confirmed, Jack accosts Nina, demanding to know who she's working for. Nina pleads her innocence. Kim (Elisha Cuthbert) and Janet (Jacqui Maxwell) manage to temporarily escape from Rick (Daniel Bess) and Dan (Matthew Carey). With the boys hot on their trail, they get unexpected help from Larry (Keram Malicki-Sanchez), a street hustler. They manage to get their hands on a cell phone, and Kim puts in an urgent call to her mother. But as the girls race off, Janet gets hit by a car, and Kim is caught. After Ira transfers another million dollars into their account, Bridgit gives up the ID card, and pays dearly for her greed. Jack learns that the weekend the key card was created on Nina's computer, she was away with him.

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Air date: Nov 27, 2001

Nina (Sarah Clarke) is angry at Jack (Kiefer Sutherland). He tries to explain why he suspected her. He tells her that Walsh was killed, and that they have to work together with Jamey (Karina Arroyave) to figure things out. Jamey manages to get an address off the key card, but just before Jack leaves to check it out, Mason (Xander Berkeley) returns, and puts the office on "official lockdown." Jack manages to get out of the building. Tony (Carlos Bernard) admits to Nina that he called Mason in. Palmer (Dennis Haysbert) returns to his hotel room, and finds out about the assassination threat. Kim (Elisha Cuthbert) pleads with Rick (Daniel Bess) and Dan (Matthew Carey) to go back for Janet (Jacqui Maxwell), whom they've left for dead. Dan decides they have to go back...to finish Janet off. Just as Dan is about to shoot Janet, an ambulance arrives, and he's forced to leave. Palmer finds out the source for the story about Keith (Vicellous Shannon) was Keith's old therapist, and he finally tells Sherry (Penny Johnson Jerald) what's going on. Teri (Leslie Hope) and Alan (Richard Burgi) are stopped by an overzealous cop as they race to find Kim and Janet, and Teri and Jack miss each other's phone calls. Jack arrives at the address from the key card, and finds himself exchanging fire with someone. Jessie Hampton (Yolonda Ross), a policewoman on patrol, hears the shots and enters the building. She helps Jack find the gunman, but ends up being taken hostage. Rick and Dan turn Kim over to Ira Gaines (Michael Massee). Dan tells Gaines that Janet is dead.

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Air date: Dec 11, 2001

Teri (Leslie Hope) and Alan (Richard Burgi) arrive at the hospital, and learn that Janet (Jacqui Maxwell) is the injured girl. As Janet undergoes emergency surgery, Teri worries about Kimberly's (Elisha Cuthbert) whereabouts. After turning Kimberly over to Gaines (Michael Massee), Rick (Daniel Bess) wants to split, but Dan (Matthew Carey) insists that they meet Gaines at the compound to collect their money, as arranged. Jack (Kiefer Sutherland) follows the police as they take Penticoff (John Hawkes) into custody. Jack convinces the police to let him speak to Penticoff, but Mason (Xander Berkeley) arrives and intercedes. Jack tells Mason that Penticoff is involved in an attempt on Palmer's (Dennis Haysbert) life, but he doesn't mention anything about Kimberly. Penticoff demands to speak to Jack, telling him that Kimberly will die if Jack doesn't help him escape so he can answer Gaines' phone call. Palmer meets with reporter Maureen Kingsley (Devika Parikh) and she tells him her very convincing sources for the story about Palmer's son, Keith (Vicellous Shannon). Palmer later confronts Keith and asks him what he did after Nicole (Megalyn Echikunwoke) was raped. Keith refuses to answer. Jack helps Penticoff escape, and Penticoff gets the call from Gaines, who tells him to dispose of a body located in the trunk of a nearby car. Hearing about the body, Jack fears the worst. Dan and Rick meet with Gaines, who has already learned that, contrary to what Dan told him, Janet is still alive. Gaines decides to show Dan the difference between dead and alive.

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Air date: Dec 18, 2001

Jack and Teri are reunited at the hospital. Jack plans to question Janet when she wakes up, but he is interrupted when Gaines contacts him and begins forcing Jack to follow his orders.Palmer is angered when he learns that his family went to great lengths

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Air date: Jan 8, 2002

Milo (Eric Balfour) tells Nina (Sarah Clarke) he's getting plastic surgery records off the key card, and will soon come up with a name. Palmer (Dennis Haysbert) tries to convince his son Keith (Vicellous Shannon) to attend the breakfast where Palmer plans to tell the press what really happened to Nicole's (Megalyn Echikunwoke) rapist. Keith angrily accuses Palmer of always putting his career before his family. Nicole is also upset, but agrees to go to the breakfast. Gaines (Michael Massee) orders Jack (Kiefer Sutherland) to replace the key card that Milo is decoding. When Jack gets to the office, he pretends everything is going well. Nina tells him that the dead man in the trunk was Alan York, and Jack struggles to remain composed. Knowing that Gaines can hear everything he says, he tries to write a note to Nina, only to learn that Gaines can also see him through CTU's security cameras. Gaines calls Kevin (Richard Burgi) and warns him that Teri (Leslie Hope) knows he's not York. Kevin gets the message too late, giving Teri a chance to knock him out and tie him to a tree before frantically trying to reach Jack. Rick (Daniel Bess) is worried when Gaines orders him to stay on the compound, so he agrees to help Kimberly (Elisha Cuthbert) try to escape. Jack manages to switch the disc on Milo, but Milo and Nina soon realize what's happened, and Nina confronts Jack, who pulls a gun on her, and forces her to leave CTU with him. Tony (Carlos Bernard) sees them leaving, and decides to look at the security tape. Teri calls the office and reaches Jamey (Karina Arroyave), who promises to send someone from CTU to get her. Gaines orders Jack to take Nina to a remote area and kill her.

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Air date: Jan 15, 2002

Palmer (Dennis Haysbert) lets Sherry (Penny Johnson Jerald) and Keith (Vicellous Shannon) know that he's determined to mention Keith's involvement in the accidental death of Nicole's rapist in his speech this morning. Jonathan (Rudolph Martin), disguised as Martin, clears security and gets into the event. Gaines (Michael Massee) puts Teri (Leslie Hope) on the phone briefly to encourage Jack's (Kiefer Sutherland) continued cooperation. Jack follows Gaines' orders, picking up a briefcase and taking it to the power station where Palmer is speaking. Jamey (Karina Arroyave) gets word from Gaines that Nina (Sarah Clarke) is dead, and to make up a story to explain her absence. Nina calls Tony (Carlos Bernard) and tells him not to let anyone know that she's alive, and to put Jamey on the phone. He's about to, when Jamey tells him she just spoke to Nina, arousing his suspicions. Alerted to possible surveillance by Nina, he sends a car to pick her up. Jack gets through security at the power station, and runs into an old friend, Jessica Abrams (Jackie Debatin), who works for Palmer, but he's foiled in his efforts to pass her a note. Gaines orders him to a secluded room, where Jonathan has him assemble the gun inside the briefcase. Tony insists on calling the secret service to warn them that Jack's been compromised. They, in turn, ask Palmer to leave immediately, but he insists on making his speech first. Nina and Tony manage to capture Jamey without being seen by the security cameras at CTU. Teri hears one of Gaines' men telling Rick (Daniel Bess) that she and Kimberly (Elisha Cuthbert) won't be around for long, and she fears the worst. Jonathan takes aim at Palmer.

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Air date: Jan 22, 2002

Palmer (Dennis Haysbert) is evacuated from the power plant after the assassination attempt, while Jack (Kiefer Sutherland) is taken into custody. He tells the secret service head, Simes (Michael Bryan French). Jamey (Karina Arroyave) tells Nina (Sarah Clarke) and Tony (Carlos Bernard) that she's working for Gaines (Michael Massee). They have her call Gaines and tell him that she's removing the tap on CTU's surveillance, which she does. Once again able to move freely, Nina has Milo (Eric Balfour) take over Jamey's work. Jack tells Simes that the people trying to kill Palmer are holding his wife and daughter hostage. Simes says he can't help Jack, and prepares to turn him over to the FBI. Jack manages to grab a gun and escape. He forces a woman, Lauren (Kathleen Wilhoite), at gunpoint to drive him away. Jamey tries to explain her actions to Tony, who calls her a traitor. She refuses to cooperate further until they give her immunity. Jack, now with a hostage, gets to a phone and calls Nina, who tells him that Jamey was the mole. He talks to Jamey, promising to get her out of trouble if she'll help them find Gaines. She refuses, so Jack tells Nina to send a car for him, and to bring in Jamey's son. Mike (Jude Ciccolella) tells Palmer about Jack. The name Jack Bauer sounds familiar. Eli (Silas Weir Mitchell), one of Gaines' goons, tries to rape Kimberly (Elisha Cuthbert), but Teri (Leslie Hope) offers herself instead. She somehow manages to lift his cell phone while he does his business. Sherry (Penny Johnson Jerald) gets the reporter to hold off on the story about Keith (Vicellous Shannon). Tony tells Jamey that they're bringing her son in. Jack asks Lauren to get his car, giving her a chance to escape.

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Air date: Feb 5, 2002

Jamey (Karina Arroyave) is hauled out of CTU on a stretcher. Jack (Kiefer Sutherland) calls Nina (Sarah Clarke) and she tells him about Teri's (Leslie Hope) call, and about Jamey's suicide attempt. Teri calls again, but has to hide the cell phone when Eli (Silas Weir Mitchell) comes back looking for it. Teri and Kimberly (Elisha Cuthbert) play dumb. Rick (Daniel Bess) sees the phone, but doesn't tell Eli. Milo (Eric Balfour) begins tracing the call. Palmer (Dennis Haysbert) tells Sherry (Penny Johnson Jerald) that he still plans to go public with the story. Tony (Carlos Bernard) finds an encrypted e-mail that Jamey sent from her computer that morning with a man's name, "Ted Cofell," as the subject. Milo starts decoding it. The cops have an APB out on Jack. They pull him over, but he gets away again. Nina patches him through to Teri and Kim and he promises he'll save them. They hide the phone again as Eli returns, still looking for it. Jack listens in helplessly as he roughly interrogates them. Then the phone, low on battery power, starts beeping. Eli finds it, picks it up, and hears Jack issue a death threat. He hangs up before they can finish the trace. Rick tries to convince Eli not to tell Gaines (Michael Massee) about the incident. Nina gives Jack an address for Cofell (Currie Graham), an investment banker, and Jack heads there. Andre Drazen (Zeljko Ivanek) calls Gaines to complain that Palmer is still alive. He threatens to take back his money, and worse. Sherry calls Carl (Zach Grenier), who tells her he's "taken care of" the evidence against Keith. Milo decodes the e-mail. It's about a wire transfer to Gaines. CTU sends Alberta Green (Tamara Tunie) to take over for Jack, while Jack closes in on Cofell.

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Tv Season Info

Federal agent Jack Bauer (Kiefer Sutherland) is having a very bad day in this unique, action-packed drama series in which events unfold in real time and the entire season takes place within one 24-hour day. Bauer is the director of the Counter Terrorist Unit in Los Angeles. He's also a married man who is attempting to rebuild a trust-depleted relationship with his wife Teri (Leslie Hope), and a father to independent-minded teen daughter Kim (Elisha Cuthbert). Shortly after midnight on the morning of the California Democratic presidential primary, Jack receives information that an assassination attempt will be carried out against Maryland senator David Palmer (Dennis Haysbert)---the first African-American with a legitimate chance of capturing the White House---sometime within the next 24 hours. Jack's mission is made even more difficult when he learns from his boss Richard Walsh (Michael O'Neill) that someone within CTU may be a mole involved with the foreign-based conspiracy. Meanwhile, Palmer, unaware of the assassination plot, receives a phone call from a dogged reporter who says she has evidence that his son Keith (Vicellous Reon Shannon) committed murder. He allegedly killed his sister's rapist. Palmer initiates an investigation to uncover the truth and must decide whether to break the story himself or wait. Jack is contacted by terrorist Ira Gaines (Michael Massee), who informs him that his wife and daughter have been kidnapped by Gaines' henchmen. Gaines threatens to kill them if Jack refuses to follow his detailed instructions. Gaines' goal is simple: Jack is to carry out the assassination against Palmer himself. As the hours pass, the conspiracy deepens, and Jack learns the surprising truth behind the plot and his role in it.

Cast

Kiefer Sutherland
as Jack Bauer
Leslie Hope
as Teri Bauer
Elisha Cuthbert
as Kimberly Bauer
Dennis Haysbert
as David Palmer
Sarah Clarke
as Nina Myers
Penny Johnson Jerald
as Sherry Palmer
Zeljko Ivanek
as Andre Drazen
Carlos Bernard
as Tony Almeida
Tanya Wright
as Patty Brooks
Tamara Tunie
as Alberta Green
Dennis Hopper
as Victor Drazen
Xander Berkeley
as George Mason
Michael Massee
as Ira Gaines
Jude Ciccolella
as Mike Novick
Eric Balfour
as Milo Pressman
Jacqui Maxwell
as Janet York
Misha Collins
as Alexis Drazen
Glenn Morshower
as Agent Aaron Pierce
Navi Rawat
as Melanie
Rudolf Martin
as Martin Belkin
Henri Lubatti
as Jovan Myovic
Kara Zediker
as Elizabeth Nash
Paul Schulze
as Ryan Chappelle
Vincent Angell
as Dr. Phil Parslow
Devika Parikh
as Maureen Kingsley
Currie Graham
as Ted Cofell
Sam Ayers
as Agent Breeher
Rick Garcia
as News Anchor
Kevin Ramsey
as Agent Paulson
Kirk Baltz
as Teddy Hanlin
Michael O'Neill
as Richard Walsh
Jesse D. Goins
as Agent Hayes
John Prosky
as Dr. George Ferragamo
Jon E. Epstein
as Assistant
John Hawkes
as Greg Penticoff
Wade Williams
as Robert Ellis
Angelo Pagan
as CTU Agent
Pete Antico
as Commando
Suzan Brittan
as Anchorwoman
Rey Gallegos
as Sergeant Devlin
Lisa Joyner
as Reporter
Jenny Gago
as Principal
Paul Webster
as Agent Ron
Josip Kuchan
as Serbian Doctor
Tico Wells
as Agent Karris
Terrell Tilford
as Paul Wilson
Christine Avila
as Erica Farrell
Kim Miyori
as Dr. Collier
Kathleen Wilhoite
as Lauren Proctor
Todd Jeffries
as Claude Davenport
Karen Kim
as Flight Attendant
Yolanda Ross
as Jessie Hampton
Ivar Brogger
as Frank Ames
Tracy E. Wilson
as Cofell's Assistant
Jackie Debatin
as Jessica Abrams
Linda Klein
as Surgical Nurse
Ariel Felix
as Anesthesiologist
Lew Dauber
as Jorgensen
Desmond Bull
as First Kid
Jesse Corti
as McLemore
Ron Rogge
as Jared
Gwen Stewart
as Female Officer
Mariah Pasos
as Sam's Partner
Vito D'Ambrosio
as Barry Silver
James Healy Jr.
as Dr. Kinnard
Kim Murphy
as Bridgit
Martin Morales
as Attendant
Ray Hale
as Intern
Andre Canty
as Henry Martin
John Tague
as First Waiter
Burke Stuart
as Chauffeur
Nynno Ahli
as Abbott
Manny Perry
as Cop No. 1
David Barrera
as Officer Phillips
Maurice Dunster
as Bldg. Security
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Critic Reviews for 24 Day 1

All Critics (20) | Top Critics (11)

The writing is crisp, the performances nuanced and believable, the gradually quickening pace addictive.

Nov 20, 2018 | Full Review…
Top Critic

This is it -- the one true hottie of TV's fall, a thriller in real time.

Jun 29, 2018 | Rating: A | Full Review…

So far, though, the characters are glossy chess men; who they are is important only because it enables them to do what they have to do. In the show's clever strategy, each move instigates yet another, but what that will be isn't easy to anticipate.

Nov 20, 2018 | Full Review…

"24" has tension and density that set it well apart from the pack. It's a thriller with genuine thrills and a mystery with a seductive array of strange circumstances, creepy characters and murky shadows.

Nov 20, 2018 | Full Review…

Casting is top-notch, from the stars down to the losers who take Kimberly and her friend on a date to a closed furniture store.

Nov 20, 2018 | Full Review…
Top Critic

Like any thriller, what matters is how well this plays out on screen, and ''24'' is stylish and gripping.

Nov 20, 2018 | Full Review…

Sutherland makes viewers believe in the reality of this guy almost from the moment he comes on screen. Sutherland is so comfortable and sure of his talent that the audience doesn't see the acting and forgets about the actor. We just see Bauer.

Nov 20, 2018 | Full Review…

Right from the pilot, 24 had a unique style and intensity, peppered with "holy crap!" moments and intrigue, capped off with a plane being blown out of the sky by a pretty young lady/terrorist.

Nov 15, 2018 | Full Review…

The thrill of watching Jack make tough decisions in trying to save both his family and David Palmer is still memorable 13 years later.

Nov 15, 2018 | Full Review…

Season 1 set the template for so much of 24, yet the first half of the season is quite unlike anything the show produced afterwards.

Nov 15, 2018 | Full Review…

Multiple screens tell us how the various stories are going. It can get exciting.

Jun 28, 2018 | Full Review…

In the case of 24, so far, you're also getting a terrific TV show for the VCR time slot of the year.

Feb 26, 2018 | Full Review…

Audience Reviews for 24: Day 1

  • Aug 05, 2020
    With surprises around every corner 24s first season is one of the best ever on tv.
  • Jun 04, 2020
    An exhilarating, heart pounding thriller told in real time over the course of a day. Kiefer Sutherland is perfect as the lead character of Counter Terrorism Agent Jack Bauer. His mission is to protect and find the people who are plotting to assassinate US Presidential candidate David Palmer, whilst also trying to find his kidnapped daughter who may have been taken by the same people who are plotting against Plamer. This season is full of twists, suspense and breath taking action set pieces for a freshman TV series. Full of amazing performances and shocking story lines, this season is the definition of edge of your seat entertainment. One of the best first seasons a TV show has ever had and a perfect introduction to this world that we will follow for the next 8 years.
  • Jun 03, 2020
    Very predictable. Not very good. Could see the potential though. Will continue to watch to see if it improves.
  • May 21, 2020
    One of the best tv shows of all time
  • Apr 24, 2020
    Like most viewers, I wasn't amused by certain ass pulls and an infamous amnesia subplot. Plus, the illusion is shattered on DVD since the jump in minutes was clearly meant to accomodate for commercial breaks. Not to be a Captain Obvious but DVDs don't have those. However, the first season, or rather "day", of 24 can be admired for its tense narrative, great acting and thrills that don't let up. I can't say I loved this first season of an iconic action show as much as most people but I don't hate it either and still think it's directed and paced well. It just had obvious first-season problems. But don't worry, I like it so no need to come to my house and prepare a firing squad for me. Here's to hoping that future seasons win me over.
  • Apr 23, 2020
    Meanderingly insufferable, with endless unearned twists.
  • Apr 10, 2020
    A must-see in TV lore, the filming and intricate story lines of the first season take a little bit to get going, but once it does it never slows down. Stellar.
  • Nov 13, 2019
    Not the best season, but a very good one. The energy, together with the show's concept, makes the first season a promising start to what inevitably became the best tv show of all time.
  • Oct 23, 2019
    the first 15-16 episodes are good, but to make it lengthy, they just made mockery of police and fbi, ctu. how the hell a government let outsider terrorists let a federal agents family to get kidnapped thrice? are americans so dumb to accept this?
  • Apr 18, 2019
    Beginning of a Legend!

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