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Information about 24 Season 7

Season Seven, also known as Day 7 of the American serial TV series 24, was to premiere on Jan. 13, 2008 (11 years ago), but was delayed for one year due to the 2007–2008 Writers Guild of America strike. On Nov. 23, 2008 (11 years ago), Fox aired 24: Redemption, a two-hour TV movie set between seasons. Season seven began in the U.S. with a four-hour premiere over two consecutive nights, following the format of the previous three seasons, with the first two hours airing on Sunday, Jan. 11, 2009 (10 years ago), and the third and fourth hours airing on Monday, Jan. 12. Fox aired the remainder of the season without interruption on Mondays. Sky1 presented a two-hour premiere special on Monday 12 January. Another two hours were broadcast the following Monday, and a single episode on every subsequent Monday, meaning that the UK remained one week behind the U.S. Unlike all of the other seasons, this season's DVD (Digital Versatile Disc) set was released exactly one day after the season finale.

Season 7 was dedicated to the memory of Larry Davenport, who had acted as both Editor and Assistant Editor on 24 from Season 1 to Season 7, and who died on 19 Jan. 2009 (10 years ago).

The season's storyline began and ended at 8:00 a.m.

24: Redemption

Fox aired a two-hour TV movie on Sunday, Nov. 23, 2008 (11 years ago) that bridges the gap between seasons.

The storyline takes place during Inauguration Day for the next U.S. President, Allison Taylor, and is shot partially in South Africa. "[Jack] is a soul in turmoil and has been moving from place to place trying to find somewhere he can be at peace," says co-executive producer, Manny Coto. "But he winds up in Sangala, an imaginary country in Africa in the middle of a military coup." While at Sangala, Bauer is subpoenaed to appear before the Senate hearing, but he doesn't want to go. Redemption takes place approximately 3 years and 9 months after Day 6.

Trailer



The debut trailer aired on Oct. 25, 2007 (12 years ago). In the trailer, Jack, is seen testifying before Congress concerning his past extralegal activities, including the torture of terrorist Ibrahim Haddad. The international version of the trailer is largely identical but features an additional line where Bauer implies personal enjoyment from torturing a suspect. This line is cut from the US version.

A second trailer emphasized the plot concerning USA losing control of its power lines, water supplies and air traffic control.

Jon Cassar, confirmed on the Fox message board that the 24: Redemption DVD (Digital Versatile Disc) would have a new alternate trailer for the season as an extra feature and that it contains scenes from the first fourteen episodes.

Cast

  • Kiefer Sutherland as Jack Bauer
  • Mary Lynn Rajskub as Chloe O'Brian
  • Cherry Jones as President Allison Taylor
  • James Morrison as Bill Buchanan
  • Annie Wersching as Renee Walker
  • Colm Feore as First Gentleman Henry Taylor
  • Bob Gunton as Ethan Kanin
  • Jeffrey Nordling as Larry Moss
  • Rhys Coiro as Sean Hillinger
  • Janeane Garofalo as Janis Gold
  • Carlos Bernard as Tony Almeida
  • Special guest stars:
  • Jon Voight as Jonas Hodges
  • Elisha Cuthbert (66 walls) as Kim Bauer
  • Kurtwood Smith as Senator Blaine Mayer
  • Recurring cast:
  • Omid Abtahi as Jibraan Al-Zarian
  • John Billingsley as Michael Latham
  • Ever Carradine as Erika
  • Gabriel Casseus as Robert Galvez
  • Christina Chang as Dr. Sunny Macer
  • Rory Cochrane as Greg Seaton
  • Ryan Cutrona as Admiral John Smith
  • Isaach De Bankolé as Ule Matobo
  • Sprague Grayden as Olivia Taylor
  • Frank John Hughes as Tim Woods
  • Hakeem Kae-Kazim as Colonel Ike Dubaku
  • Ravi Kapoor as Muhtadi Gohar
  • Mark Kiely as Agent Edward Vossler
  • Warren Kole as Agent Brian Gedge
  • Glenn Morshower as Aaron Pierce
  • Enuka Okuma as Marika Donoso
  • Leland Orser as Martin Collier
  • E.J. Ortega as Agent Powell
  • Will Patton as Alan Wilson
  • Tonya Pinkins as Alama Matobo
  • Eyal Podell as Ryan Burnett
  • Carly Pope as Samantha Roth
  • Amy Price-Francis as Cara Bowden
  • Sebastian Roché as John Quinn
  • Carlo Rota as Morris O'Brian
  • Tony Todd as General Benjamin Juma
  • Peter Wingfield as David Emerson

Producers

Executive Producers:
Joel Surnow (Episodes 1-8)
Robert Cochran (Episodes 1-12)
Howard Gordon
Evan Katz
Ryan Dawson
Kiefer Sutherland
Manny Coto
David Fury
Brian Grazer

Co-Executive Producers:
Michael Loceff
Stephen Kronish
Brad Turner
Alex Gansa
Brannon Braga
Juan Carlos Coto

Producers:
Michael Klick
Paul Gadd
Consulting Producer
Chip Johannessen

Co-Producers*
Jon Pare (Episodes 1-8)
Joseph Hodges
Jon Cassar directed the first two episodes of the season and he directed six more episodes, This was his final season as executive producer & director.
Brad Turner (who became co-executive producer) directed the third and fourth episodes and he directed ten episodes in total this season.

Brannon Braga, Alex Gansa, and Juan Carlos Coto have joined the writing crew and are credited as Co-Executive Producers.

Production

Producers were determined to reinvent the series after receiving criticism over the sixth season. They initially devised a storyline which would have Jack Bauer traveling to Sangala trying to find himself, and becoming caught up in a coup with Black Hawk Down-style results.

The decision to scrap the storyline and start over delayed production from Jul. to late August. Filming was delayed a second time (from Aug. 27 to sep. 10) in order for writers to complete additional scripts.

Howard Gordon said that 24 cares about the issue of global warming and takes fighting climate change seriously. Measures were taken during the filming of season 7 to make the show carbon neutral. These measures include increased energy efficiency (hybrid vehicles), burning of cleaner fuels (natural gas, biodiesel), and purchase of renewable energy. Through these efforts, the crew was able to reduce the carbon emissions of the show's production by 43%. The remaining emissions will be eliminated with the purchase of carbon offsets. In addition, a series of PSAs with Kiefer Sutherland and other main cast members were produced to educate the public on what they can do to help with the issue, and, when appropriate, applying the issue of global warming and reducing carbon emissions to the storylines.

The crew was scheduled to movie scenes with Kiefer Sutherland at the Marine Corps Air Station El Toro on Monday Oct. 22, 2007 (12 years ago), however filming was canceled for health reasons due to raging wildfires in the area. Cast and crew had blurry vision and difficulty breathing from the smoke. United States Navy SEALs helped battle fictional terrorists at Camarillo Airport during filming of an episode on Aug. 12-13 2008 (11 years ago).

After completion of the 18th episode, production was temporarily shut down on sep. 15, 2008 (11 years ago) for two weeks in order to perform script rewrites for the final six episodes. In an Entertainment Weekly interview, Howard Gordon responded "We just couldn't get this direction to work, and we found another one that we liked better, so we wound up retooling it."

The season contains several links to the Star Trek franchise: former Enterprise show runner Manny Coto has been joined on the 24 writing staff by former franchise runner Brannon Braga, and three Star Trek actors (John Billingsley, Tony Todd and Connor Trinneer) appeared as guest stars. When Connor Trinneer's character is asked about his wife he replies that she is pregnant with triplets, a likely reference to his previous Star Trek Enterprise character named Trip. When discussing replacements for President Taylor's new Chief of Staff, she mentions the name Rick Berman, producer and writer for 3 Star trek TV series.

Source: en.wikipedia.org


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