24 is one of those shows that I never expected to keep the momentum up. After all, how many episodes of heart-pumping adrenaline action can you go through before you say “I’ve seen this before,” right? Apparently a lot, because I’ve watched the show since the beginning and I’m as excited as ever for season 7’s newest iteration, which will take Jack Bauer off American soil and into the heart of a conflict in Africa.
If you’re looking for the official trailer for season 7’s kick off premiere event (which I should note will be fairly long, 4 hours over 2 nights), you can find the upcoming trailer for the 2007 premiere right here. You can also find out how to Watch 24 Season 7 Online. Redemption, as it’s called, attempts to bridge the gap between seasons. Originally, season seven was also known as day 8, and it was supposed to premiere on January 12, 2008. As I’m sure you’re probably aware, the 2007-2008 Writers Guild of America strike cut out the season, and the show’s creators are now scrambling to bring the storyline back into cohesion. After Redemption it’ll go back to air the remainder of the season every Monday. Woo hoo!
Co-executive producer Manny Coto has called the newest season a “reboot” in location and personnel. The change in location has allowed the show’s creators to introduce a whole slew of new characters to the story, while still maintaining a couple old ones as well.
Michael Loceff, one of the show’s writers, said that he hopes to really “take this to the personal level,” which strays a bit from season six, which was a lot more about wide scale issues like nuclear threats and possible war. After a nuclear attack or global conflict, how can you go bigger than that really? So, understandably, they won’t try to just yet.
If you’re looking for the trailer of what to expect after Redemption, then you can view that here. I should note that the trailer is somewhat dated, added last October in fact, but it should still give you an idea of what we’ll expect. We’ll also be seeing a recurrence of one of the main villains of the series. With so much going on, I’m looking forward to the next season. We’ll once again see Jack going over the line to stop a terrorist threat, plenty of gunfire, and a more expansive story. What’s not to like?
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