24 - Season 6Season 6 opens with a new U.S. President having negotiated Jack's release from a Chinese prison so Jack can stop a series of terror attacks... with his life; Jack and an unlikely ally attempting to stop a suicide bomber and track the architect of these acts of terror.Keywords:
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Creators of "24 - Season 6"Robert CochranJoel SurnowBirthdate: 29 November 1954, Detroit, Michigan, USA
Critic Reviews of "24 - Season 6"NewsdayJanuary 14, 2007
If all this sounds like 24 has been hijacked by public policy wonks or Shakespeare profs, don't worry. Your show very much remains your show.... It's just that your show got a little smarter.New York Daily NewsJanuary 14, 2007
24 continues to do everything right.Boston GlobeJanuary 14, 2007
As Jack Bauer wards off apocalypse after apocalypse, the action is as lean-forward-in-your-chair riveting as it is ridiculous, as much a contemporary-anxiety nightmare as a cliff-hanging comic book.IGN MoviesJanuary 14, 2007
Everything is top-notch in this season premiere -- excellent character development, a pulse-pounding action scene, and a couple great twists.TV GuideJanuary 14, 2007
The nastier things get, the more we love it and dread that moment when the clock strikes a new hour, signaling the episode is over.Seattle Post-IntelligencerJanuary 14, 2007
All that remains is to see if 24 can build upon the tension and unbelievable moments making Sunday and Monday night's four-hour premiere the rocket-fueled thiller that it is.Pittsburgh Post-GazetteJanuary 14, 2007
24 still maintains some of its trademark intensity, but too often in these first four hours, the show is smack-your-forehead laughable.Wall Street JournalJanuary 14, 2007
It's clear that all that has made 24 so huge and deserved a success is on display again in these first smashing episodes.VarietyJanuary 14, 2007
24 provides the best of both worlds -- thrilling escapism that invites you to check your brain at the door, and events that can be contemplated, off and on, until the train boards again 167 hours later.USA TodayJanuary 14, 2007
What's remarkable is that 24 still finds so many ways to surprise us.
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