Kiefer Sutherland TV series 24 Canceled

24, it is a television program that is based on the real time terminology in which the incidents are depicted in the same way they had occurred. 24 is broadcasted in America. It is a wonderful show to watch as it links us with the real happenings. It is a television series which portrays the life of a special agent named Jack Bauer played by the actor Kiefer Sutherland. This serial presents the whole life of Jack Bauer in the 8 different seasons of it having 24 episodes in each.

This TV series started on November 6, 2001 and till 2010 it completed its 192 episodes in eight seasons. The final episode of 24 was broadcasted on May 24, 2010. The only individual who has acted in all the 192 episodes of the serial is Jack Bauer. Out of the eight seasons first six were shot in Los Angeles and on some other locations of California. The series started with the story of Jack Bauer who works as a special agent in Counter Terrorist Unit in Los Angeles. CTU is an association which works against the terrorism.

The 24 series has come to an end now. The producers of 24 decided to end the series after its eighth season ends because of the decrease in its ratings. Kiefer Sutherland, the main lead of the serial is emotionally attached with it. He became very sentimental about the serial’s termination but the production house thinks that it is the right time for the 24 to end. The last episode of 24 was shot on April 9 and broadcasted on May 24, 2010 for two hours.

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  • 1 JJ // Aug 18, 2010 at 11:26 am

    It didn’t end because of low ratings. The ratings were still high. It wasn’t cancelled. The writers (and Kiefer) simply had grown tired and had run out of ways to torment Jack Bauer. They’re leaving whatever is left in them for the film/s. Keeping my fingers crossed that it will be as good as the show and not disappoint like Sex & the City.

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