24: Live Another Day available to watch online in UK at same time as US
Staff Reporter | On 05, May 2014
The first two episodes of 24: Live Another Day will be available to watch online in the UK at the same time as its US broadcast.
The premiere of the new season of 24 will be shown on Sky 1 at 1am on Tuesday 5th May – and non-Sky customers can stream it live on NOW TV.
Sky’s video on-demand service allows viewers to watch Sky TV channels, such as Sky 1, Sky Atlantic and Sky Living, both live and on-demand with an Entertainment Pass, which costs £4.99 a month with no contract. That means Game of Thrones Season 4, Mad Men Season 7 and Hannibal Season 2 are all available without a 12-month Sky subscription.
The first two episodes of 24: Live Another Day will be broadcast in a double-bill on Sky 1 at 9pm on Wednesday 7th May. From next week, episodes will be available to stream live and then on-demand every Wednesday evening.
The 12-hour season will see Jack, a former fugitive from justice, risk his life in London to thwart “an unthinkable terrorist attack that could change the world forever”.
Here’s the latest Live Another Day trailer:
Tracking Jack are CIA head Steve Navarro (Benjamin Bratt), CIA agent Kate Morgan (Yvonne Strahovski), who is both resourceful and ruthless, and Jordan Reed (Giles Matthey), a smart and sophisticated CIA computer tech. Calling the shots is James Heller (William Devane), now President of the United States. Meanwhile, a hardened Chloe O’Brian (Mary Lynn Rajskub) is now working underground with a high-profile hacker. Stephen Fry also joins the cast as British Prime Minister Trevor Davies.
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Can Bauer still cut it in 2014? Our review of Live Another Day Episode 1 and 2 is here.