Kiefer Sutherland May Not Star In The Next Installment Of ’24’

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Fox bosses Gary Newman and Dana Walden reliable during a Television Critics Association winter press debate that they are meditative of doing another installment of “24” following a success of final summer’s “24: Live Another Day.” However, they suggested that Kiefer Sutherland, who has been a categorical star of a array given 2001, might not be concerned in a intensity new season.

“We would adore zero some-more than to do another ’24,'” Newman told a reporters during a event, according to E! News. That’s a consistent concentration for us.”

Walden, however, suggested that showrunners Howard Gordon, Evan Katz and Manny Coto have pitched dual versions of a intensity new season: one that star Sutherland’s Jack Bauer and another that doesn’t embody him.

“[Their pitch] was in a unequivocally start stages and it could have left possibly way,” Walden explained. “There was a indicate during that Jack Bauer could come in and fit unequivocally organically into their story or they were prepared to do something that would be a one installment though him.”

Walden pronounced that they have already discussed a thought with a 48-year-old British-Canadian actor. “Potentially he won’t be in this installment,” she said. “We’re not certain yet. We’re not that distant along though we know he supports us doing some-more ’24.'”

“First of all, we’re not articulate about stability a uncover though him,” Walden clarified. “We’re articulate about either there’s one installment that he’s not in.”

“I consider if a storytelling is sparkling enough, that real-time component that a uncover unequivocally owns-so many of a prolongation aspects are so singular to that show-I do [think we could do it though him],” explained Walden, according to Entertainment Weekly. “I consider [it could feature] good characters with that artistic team. we demeanour during everybody that’s surrounded Kiefer in a final installment and we consider it could work.”

The news doesn’t come as too most of a warn given Sutherland told The Telegraph final month that he doesn’t see himself returning to a franchise.

“I don’t see going behind to it,” a actor told a British publication. “We had set out to do 12 episodes to finish a uncover and understanding with some of a past story of a show. It was also an overwhelming event to go fire in England. So for all of those reasons it done clarity to do that final season.”

“But we consider we pronounced a same thing during a finish of deteriorate 8 so we would hatred to be hold to that,” he added.

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