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'24: Live Another Day' Releases Theatrical-Style Trailer

April 12, 2014 (4:10 am) GMT
Jack Bauer tells a CIA agent that they're making a mistake for trying to stop him from preventing an attack.

"" has got a full-length movie trailer treatment. The dramatic preview sheds more light on the storyline, showing 's Jack Bauer as a wanted man. He's labeled as a terrorist with the CIA hunting him.

When he senses that there's a plot to frame the assassination of President James Heller, no one believes him and the CIA wants to stop him. But they may understimate Bauer and his skill as he manages to escape and, with the help of 's Chloe, tries to prevent another global disaster.

"Why are you doing this Jack?" Chloe asks. "Some fantasy if you stop this attack, all will be forgiven?" But a hero as he's always been, Jack doesn't risk his life to seek redemption, saying, "There's no going back for me."

Set in London, the 12-episode miniseries brings back William Devane as James Heller who is now POTUS. stars as CIA head Steve Harries, plays CIA agent Kate Morgan, Giles Matthey is CIA computer tech Jordan Reed, and Gbenga Akinnagbe is cast as a strong and arrogant field operative named Erik Ritter. Michelle Fairley also stars as the villainous Margot, a British national and widow of a notorious terrorist.

The show will premiere Monday, May 5 at 8 P.M. on FOX.



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