24 Season 2 (2002)
Starring: Kiefer Sutherland
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The Clock is Ticking...Again.
|It's been over a year since his wife's death, but Jack Bauer and his daughter are still reeling from the tragedy. The two are estranged and Jack no longer works for CTU. But an urgent phone call from the President plunges Jack back into another 24 hour nightmare of pulse-pounding terror and suspense as he races against time to prevent the detonation of a nuclear bomb in Los Angeles.|
Seven-disc collector's edition contains all 24 Season Two episodes!
"...very interesting, well-acted...I highly recommend this series. CleverDonkey.com
"Simply put, 24 is the best hour-long on television... David Johnson, DVD Verdict
"...some of the most suspenseful edge-of-your-seat action ever filmed for TV. Elaine Spooner, Reel.com
"An addictive, adrenaline-fueled thriller! Entertainment Weekly
"...a revolution of cliffhanger television. It is relevant, dark, engaging and ridiculous -- in a word, superb. Joel Meares, FilmCritic.com
"...dark, gutsy, groundbreaking television...Kiefer Sutherland is a revelation as Jack Bauer. Kathleen Diehl, CultureDose.net
Editor's NoteFollow 24 more hours in the life of federal agent Jack Bauer (Kiefer Sutherland) in this wildly innovative television series. Consisting of 24 hour-long episodes and employing split screens and a "real-time" clock, the second season picks up months after the first season's tragic end, as Bauer is still mourning the loss of his wife. This 24 hours involves an attempted coup against the new president of the United States, David Palmer (Dennis Haysbert), and a militant terrorist group set to detonate a nuclear bomb in Los Angeles.
Cast & Crew
|Brian Grazer - Executive Producer|
|Robert Cochran - Executive Producer|
|Ron Howard - Executive Producer|
|Robert Cochran - Creator|
|Joel Surnow, et. al., Winner, Outstanding Drama Series|
|Jon Cassar, Winner, Outstanding Directing for a Drama Series|
|Kiefer Sutherland, Winner, Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series|
|William Dotson, et. al., Winner, Outstanding Sound Editing for a Series|
Golden Globe (2004)
|24, Winner, Best Television Series - Drama|
|Debi Manwiller, Peggy Kennedy, Winner, Outstanding Casting for a Drama Series|
|Gregory J. Barnett, Matthew Taylor, Winner, Outstanding Stunt Coordination|
|Mike Olman, et. al., Winner, Outstanding Single-Camera Sound Mixing for a Series|
|Sean Callery, Winner, Outstanding Music Composition for a Series (Original Dramatic Score)|
|Chris G. Willingham, David Latham, Winner, Outstanding Single-Camera Picture Editing for a Drama Series|
|Joel Surnow, Robert Cochran, Winner, Outstanding Writing for a Drama Series|
Golden Globe (2002)
|Kiefer Sutherland, Winner, Best Performance by an Actor in a Television Series - Drama|