5 things I can tell you about tonight’s 24: Live Another Day finale

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24 live another day finale

Jack Bauer (Kiefer Sutherland) and the team work together to avert a war with China in tonight’s finale of the 24: Live Another Day event series. I’ve seen the finale and it’s great! Here are five things that I’m (hopefully) allowed to spill. 

24 live another day finale

#1 — The following takes place between 10:00 PM and 11:00 AM

Yes, the time jump happens! While the major events occur at night, look for a flash forward to take place in the last fifteen minutes of the episode. By then, you’ll be relieved it’s the morning.

24 live another day finale

#2 — Will there will be a silent clock?

No fake out this time like they did with President Heller (William Devane) at Wembley Stadium. 24 started what Game of Thrones is known for. There’s a big moment that will have you screaming.

24 live another day finale

#3 — More Jack and Chloe

Jack (Kiefer Sutherland) manages to find Chloe (Mary Lyn Rajskub) on the side of the road and we’ll get more Jack and Chloe time as she assists him on one last mission.

24 live another day finale

#4 — Don’t count out the Russians.

Sure, Jack will be all about hunting down Cheng Zhi and averting the war with China, but don’t count out the Russians. They still want Jack.

24 live another day finale

#5 — Sequel potential?

Yes, the ending leaves the door open for another season or even a movie with a new setting. Kudos for Jon Cassar and his crew for developing an amazing miniseries.

The finale of 24: Live Another Day airs tonight at 9 p.m. ET/PT on Global and Fox.

How did you enjoy this event series? Are you hoping for another season?

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Jeevan Brar is a digital content producer and freelance entertainment writer based in Toronto. Jeevan has managed The TV Watercooler since 2008, the Canadian blog has focused on daytime soaps, primetime hits and reality TV guilty pleasures. The blog has also connected Canadian soap fans with exclusive interviews with the cast of enduring daytime dramas The Young and the Restless, Days of our Lives, General Hospital and The Bold and the Beautiful. 'Like' The TV Watercooler on Facebook. You can also follow Jeevan on Twitter and Google+.

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