After eight seasons, 194 hours -- as well as 68 Emmy nominations -- the inventive and suspenseful series reaches its historic conclusion.
Pres. Taylor closes in on a world-changing peace treaty while Jack Bauer takes matters into his own hands for one last and unforgettable job.
Jack Bauer looks to uncover the truth as Pres. Taylor prepares for a signing ceremony. Meanwhile, Pres. Logan faces off with a formidable foe.
With only four hours left, a rogue Jack Bauer stops at nothing to determine who is behind the day's events, and he uncovers an unexpected lead.
Jack Bauer will stop at nothing to avenge the loss of his partner. Meanwhile, the administration attempts to keep the peace agreement on track.
Pres. Taylor enlists a private security firm to complete a sensitive task. Meanwhile, Jack calls in a favor to his old friend Rick Vickers.
With only seven hours left in the series’ final harrowing day, Jack Bauer sets out to avenge the tragic life-changing events that he’s endured. As things become even more personal for Jack, he heads to CTU for an intense meeting after learning of a devastating development. Meanwhile, on the verge of achieving peace on a scale that has eluded the world for generations, President Taylor becomes deeply conflicted when former President Logan sits down at the bargaining table.
Pres. Taylor attempts to resuscitate the peace agreement. Unfortunately, she must solicit the services of disgraced former Pres. Logan.
Trusted allies become enemies of the state, and that's only the beginning of the betrayals as the events culminate in the biggest twist yet.
Pres. Taylor faces a massive threat as the hunt for the dirty bomb continues. Meanwhile, Pres. Hassan makes a surprise decision.
When Pres. Taylor's vision of global peace is foiled, she tasks Jack Bauer with a crucial mission, and advisor Ethan Kanin returns.
As CTU copes with the day's explosive events, the NSA intervenes. Meanwhile, Jack Bauer leads field operatives on a risky mission.
While Jack and Cole team up in the field, a hostage situation has CTU on edge. Meanwhile, parole officer Prady continues his investigation.
Jack tracks a key terror suspect. Back at CTU, a key player grapples with being demoted, and parole officer Bill Prady enters the picture.
When Jack closes in on a person of significant interest, an already tense meeting between Pres. Taylor and Omar Hassan takes an unexpected turn.
Pres. Taylor presses on with her international peace process. With the possibility of colossal failure facing CTU, people start assigning blame.
Mason puts the pressure on Nina to give up Jack's location by claiming his knowledge of their affair.
President Palmer and Vice President Prescott differ on whether or not to proceed with retaliation.
Jack meets Richard on the rooftop of an office building.
Novick tries to convince President Palmer not to trust Jack.
Nina gets the location of the bomb and puts an end to Faheen.
Kim and Janet are chased by their kidnappers. They ask a shady-looking character for help.
Tony presses Nina on her reasons for covering for Jack.
24: Season 7 clip - starring Kiefer Sutherland, Mary Lynn Rajskub, Cherry Jones, Annie Wersching, Colm Feore, Bob Gunton.
Kim and Janet escape from their kidnappers.
24 Inside goes to Comic Con.
Actor/producer Keifer Sutherland (Jack Bauer) and actor Carlos Bernard (Tony Almeida) explain how they work with the show's built in time constraint.
Sherry Palmer gets access to Ron Wieland, a journalist who threatens to leak rumors of an imminent threat to the US through the media.
How the Prime Minister and the General came to be.
Kate tries to reach her sister to learn the location of the bomb.
Kate sees her sister in a disguise at the airport, while Kim's told a nuclear bomb has exploded in Los Angeles.
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