hardy24 July 28th, 2007
For the first time in the shows history, they’ve had a panel at Comic Con, and more interesting opinions about series 6 from the writers themselves, and details about series 7 have emerged or been confirmed. Some none spoilery bits from the various coverage on the internet below, follow links for more spoilery info.
All four producers agreed that season 6 was a disappointment, a turnaround from the FOX executives who defended the quality of the latest season earlier this week at the Television Critics Association press tour … About Charles Logan, they reassured fans that unless you see someone die, they’re probably not dead … In regards to the idea of a 24 movie, the producers were rather candid. They will most likely do it after the final season, otherwise there would be a compromise and they would have to outsource either the show or the film, as they couldn’t handle both. As for the format, they said the first hour would be just like a regular movie, but that the real-time format would kick in about half-way through … The producers desperately wanted to cast Donald Sutherland as Jack’s father last season, but couldn’t get the deal to work.
source : buddytv.com
There was also a little tidbit which got some people very excited, though it wasn’t the first we’ve heard this rumour on the internet, which first emerged near the end of last season. A detailed article on it follows.
more : blog.seattlepi.nwsource.com
hardy24 July 24th, 2007
Usually official comments on the new season are very generic at this stage in pre-production, but in an unusual move exec Howard Gordon has given quite a candid interview about the new season. Answering questions about the aborted Africa setting and storyline, and why the decision was taken. He also talks about his feelings about season 6. Of course there are spoilers, but it is a very interesting interview so unless your completely blocking out all spoilers, then it’s a recommended read.
source : ifmagazine.com
hardy24 July 19th, 2007
The emmy nominations where announced today, with 24 coming away with 6 nominations. The most meaningful nomination (especcially since they missed out on a best drama nomination, which they won last year) is Kiefer being nominated for Best Actor (which he won last year). He goes up against James Spader (Boston Legal), Hugh Laurie (House), Denis Leary (Rescue Me) & James Gandolfini (The Sopranos) for the award.
The other categories the show got nominated for were, Outstanding Guest Actress (Jean Smart), Outstanding Music Composition For A Series (Sean Callery), Outstanding Sound Editing For A Series, Outstanding Sound Mixing For A Comedy Or Drama Series (Bill Gocke, Jeff Gomillion, Kenneth Kobett, Michael Olman) & Outstanding Stunt Coordination (Jeff Cadiente)
hardy24 July 9th, 2007
The latest poll asked, “How Did Series 6 Compare With Previous Days?”, results where :-
Blew Them Away, It Was The Best – 8%
Not Too Far Behind The Previous Best Of The Show – 27%
Average, Towed The Line – 36%
Below Everything Previous, But Not By Much – 21%
Awful, Let The Side Down – 7%
The new poll asks which of 24’s army of villians is the best ever.
hardy24 July 2nd, 2007
This came into my inbox today, Children’s charity “Variety” have a pair of jeans worn by Kiefer as part of his Jack Bauer wardrode during the course of season 6 up for auction on ebay. So if you want to own a genuine part of the show, now is your chance, and the money is going to charity.
This is from the ebay page.
These jeans are a unique wardrobe item. Generally, a costume is worn in only one scene or a few scenes in a movie or television show. Since an entire season of 24 takes place over only one day, these jeans were worn repeatedly and can be seen throughout an entire season.
Certificate of Authenticity will be provided to the winner. The winner will also recieve an image of the jeans being worn by Jack Bauer on the set.
auction : cgi.ebay.com
hardy24 June 28th, 2007
That has been the poll question for the better part of three weeks now, although the results have been pretty clear for a little while. First and Second don’t come as a huge shock to me, but placings after that may surprise.
Chloe O’Brian – 41%
Bill Buchanan – 21%
Mike Doyle – 9%
Nadia Yassir – 7%
Wayne Palmer – 7%
Tom Lennox – 6%
Morris O’Brian – 4%
Marilyn Bauer – 3%
Karen Hayes – 1%
Sandra Palmer – 0%
I didn’t expect Karen Hayes to do so badly, or for Mike Doyle to win the race of the also rans (though I am pleased with the latter).
The new poll asks for your opinion on how S6 compared with previous days.
hardy24 June 12th, 2007
I’ve been running a “best episode of the season poll” for the last two weeks, and Episode 4 won it by a whisker (by one percent of the vote), just pipping Episode 24. Episode 17 came third.
The new poll asks which of this years supporting cast do you most want to return next year.