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24: Day 7 (2009)




Critic Consensus: New characters and old faces appear as 24 begins to challenge the ethics and morals of its characters.


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Season 7 opens with über -agent Jack Bauer (Kiefer Sutherland) being grilled by a U.S. Senate subcommittee about his past actions, but the hearing's called off by an urgent request from the FBI: Bauer's needed to help stop former CTU comrade Tony Almeida (Carlos Bernard), who's believed to be part of a plot directed against the nation. As the day progresses, the mission expands to include an attempt to ferret out corruption within the government; and to prevent a biological-weapon attack on American soil.


Carlos Bernard
as Tony Almeida
Mary Lynn Rajskub
as Chloe O'Brian
Janeane Garofalo
as Janis Gold
Cherry Jones
as President Allison Taylor
Colm Feore
as Henry Taylor
Bob Gunton
as Ethan Kanin
Annie Wersching
as Renee Walker
Rhys Coiro
as Sean Hillinger
James Morrison
as Bill Buchanan
Jon Voight
as Jonas Hodges
Jeffrey Nordling
as Larry Moss
Sprague Grayden
as Olivia Taylor
Elisha Cuthbert
as Kim Bauer
Glenn Morshower
as Aaron Pierce
Anil Kapoor
as Omar Hassan
Katee Sackhoff
as Dana Walsh
Tony Todd
as General Juma
Mykelti Williamson
as Brian Hastings
John Boyd
as Arlo Glass
Jennifer Westfeldt
as Meredith Reid
Will Patton
as Alan Wilson
Tonya Pinkins
as Alma Matobo
Carly Pope
as Samantha Roth
Cameron Daddo
as Vice President Hayworth
Rory Cochrane
as Greg Seaton
Warren Kole
as Brian Gedge
Connor Trinneer
as Carl Gadsen
Ryan Cutrona
as Admiral Smith
Mark Aiken
as Nichols
Carlo Rota
as Morris O'Brian
John Billingsley
as Michael Latham
Kurtwood Smith
as Senator Blaine Mayer
Eyal Podell
as Ryan Burnett
Karim Price
as Med Tech
Jennifer Carta
as Presidential Aide
Leland Orser
as Martin Collier
Ravi Kapoor
as Muhtadi Gohar
Rafi Gavron
as Hamid Al-Zarian
Omid Abtahi
as Jibraan Al-Zarian
Marci Michelle
as Agent Marci
Karim Prince
as Med Tech
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Critic Reviews for 24: Day 7

All Critics (31) | Top Critics (19)

All in all, 24 is off to another typically rousing start, with the fate of innocents abroad and at home in the balance.

January 11, 2009 | Rating: B | Full Review…
Top Critic

24 is a significant cultural artifact because of the way it reflected (and sometimes exploited) post 9/11 anxieties, and for the energy and innovation it brought to the serialized drama format.

January 11, 2009 | Full Review…

Wahhh, too much torture! Wahhh, CTU has no credibility! Wahhh, why is Jack always yelling? Wahhh, why is this all so boring? Wahhh! Torture! Wahhh! Did I mention wahhh?

January 11, 2009 | Full Review…

At its best, 24 has always had elements of the classic Westerns they don't make anymore. Now 24 is back, and so is its Western heart.

January 11, 2009 | Full Review…

24 makes a feint toward change, before getting back on the same old mechanical cowboy ride.

January 11, 2009 | Full Review…

This season delivers one whallop of a twist after another and just keeps going like a bullet.

November 27, 2018 | Rating: A | Full Review…

Audience Reviews for 24: Day 7


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Super Reviewer

Season 7 of 24 shakes things up by changing locations and bringing back old characters. While testifying before a U.S. Senate committee Jack Bauer is enlisted by the FBI to help take down a terrorist cell that's being run by Jack's former friend Tony Almeida, who has obtained a CIP override device that can remotely hijack airplanes. The change of setting to Washington D.C. and use of the FBI (instead of CTU) has a refreshing effect, and helps to make the show feel bigger and more intense. Annie Wersching, Janeane Garofalo, Kurtwood Smith, Tony Todd, and Jon Voight join the cast in recurring roles and deliver some very strong performances. And the writing is quite good as well, with some incredibly suspenseful and compelling storytelling. There are some problems, but overall 24: Season 7 is one of the best of the series.


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