FOX Debuts '24: Live Another Day' Super Bowl Teasers
FOX has given away the first look at "24: Live Another Day". After debuting several 10-second teasers, the network unleashed a longer promo video for the miniseries during the Super Bowl telecast on Sunday, February 2.
The 48-second video features a street chaos in London which is apparently rocked by explosions. Kiefer Sutherland's Jack Bauer then appears, helping Mary Lynn Rajskub's Chloe, who is now working underground, make her way through the street while firing his gun.
The miniseries is set in London, four years after the events in the series finale. Now an exile, heroic agent Jack Bauer nevertheless is willing to risk his life and freedom to avert yet another global disaster. He attempts to thwart an unthinkable terrorist attack in London that could change the world forever.
Joining him in the cast are Benjamin Bratt as CIA head Steve Harries, Yvonne Strahovski as CIA agent Kate Morgan, Giles Matthey as CIA computer tech Jordan Reed, and Gbenga Akinnagbe as a strong and arrogant field operative named Erik Ritter.
William Devane returns as James Heller, who is now President of the United States, while Golden Globe Award winner Judy Davis and Golden Globe Award nominee Stephen Fry land guest-starring roles.
The thrilling new event series is set to premiere May 5 on FOX.
"24: Live Another Day" Teaser - "Pistol":
"24: Live Another Day" Teaser - "Tower":
"24: Live Another Day" Teaser - "Glass":
"24: Live Another Day" Teaser - "Flame":
"24: Live Another Day" Teaser - "Street Chaos":
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