Stand aside Jack Bauer. In 2017, 24 returns without everyone’s favourite CTU agent. 24: Legacy will see a new hero take on the franchise’s classic real-time format, with Corey Hawkins (Straight Outta Compton) playing Eric Carter.
A military hero who returns from war to the US, Eric finds himself at the centre of a terrorist conspiracy. Terrorists? Conspiracy? A race against time? Sounds like same-old 24 to us. Sure enough, creators Manny Cotto and Evan Katz are on board, so you can expect the usual combination of shouting, running and clocks, as the man asks CTU to help him save his life, while also stopping one of the largest-scale terror attacks on American soil.
24: Legacy follows in the footsteps of the successful revival of Fox’s action series in 2014 for a 12-episode limited run, 24: Live Another Day. (You can read our reviews of the whole thing here.) Once again, the show follows half a day in the life of Carter, starting at 12 noon.
While 24 has always been broadcast on Sky 1 in the past, 24: Legacy aired on FOX UK in 2017, with Episode 1 premiering on Wednesday 15th February at 9pm. Missed it when it was on TV? The good news is that the whole thing is already available to buy and download as a box set on pay-per-view VOD, without having to wait for the DVD release.
Catching up on old seasons of 24? The rest of the show is available on a range of VOD services, from pay-per-view options, such as iTunes, to Amazon Prime Instant Video (£5.99 a month). Here’s a handy guide to where you can find 24 on VOD in the UK:
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Where you can you watch 24 Season 9 (Live Another Day) online in the UK:
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