The debut episode of the Schmoes Knows podcast scored an interview with Katee Sackhoff (24‘s Dana Walsh) and she is refreshingly candid as usual. Katee described the Dana mole twist as “kinda predictable” and said “I think the writers wrote themselves into a wall because they promised me that I was going to have guns.”… View Article
Former 24 Director and Executive Producer Jon Cassar has answered a fan on Twitter, ranking his favorite seasons of the show. @andrewhalluk My favorite #24 seasons in order are – 5,2,7,1,3,4,6 then 8 — Jon Cassar (@joncassar) February 13, 2011 Jon elaborates that the storytelling felt “a little tired” in the eighth season – the… View Article
24 Season 8 episode 20 (Dana Walsh’s execution) placed #17 on The Futon Critic’s “50 Best Episodes of 2010”. 17. “24: 11:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.” (fox) (originally aired: may 3, 2010) Dark isn’t exactly a new territory for “24” – just Google Jack Bauer and hacksaw – but the show’s waters reached some new… View Article
BuzzFocus has awarded Jack Bauer with “Best Action Hero” in their “Best of TV 2010” awards. Here’s what they had to say about our favorite action hero: Best Action Hero Jack Bauer (Kiefer Sutherland), 24 Fact: Chuck Norris wears Jack Bauer pajamas. After personally saving America’s butt seven times, Jack Bauer wasted no time springing… View Article
TV Guide sure likes their 24 – the series finale placed on their “best episodes of 2010” list, the final scene was one of their “unforgettable moments“, and now this Dana Walsh scene is one of their “top moments” of the year: 24‘s Jack Bauer Silences Dana Walsh (Finally) It’s always good to see Jack… View Article
Here are all six of the deleted scenes found on the 24 Season 8 DVD. There aren’t any audio commentaries for the deleted scenes this time around, so there’s no way to know why these scenes were deleted. Typically they are cut for time reasons.
Here’s a new “Ask Katee” where Katee Sackhoff reveals that she didn’t know Dana Walsh was a mole when taking the role (although she knew Dana was bad). The 24 question is the first one.
The 2010 Teen Choice Award nominees were announced and 24 is up for 4 awards. 24 was nominated for “Choice TV Show: Action” (with Burn Notice, Chuck, Human Target, and NCIS: Los Angeles). Kiefer Sutherland was nominated for “Choice TV Actor: Action” (alongside Jeffrey Donovan of Burn Notice, Zachary Levi of Chuck, LL Cool J… View Article
Interesting interview with Howard Gordon where he is asked about some of the worst decisions on the show. Zap2it: What was your worst decision? Howard Gordon: “I feel as though the story made a very wrong turn in season 6. I don’t think the idea of Jack’s family was a wrong turn, but I think… View Article
Photos of last nights episode courtesy of FOX. Tons of Dana Walsh ones.
Showrunner Howard Gordon was interviewed on Dana Walsh’s death, her character, and what this means for Jack for the remaining episodes. There’s some interesting info in here on how they decided to make her a mole. TVGuide.com: Jack didn’t have to kill Dana. Why did he? Howard Gordon: That’s exactly the point. In this episode,… View Article
Dana just got killed. Reaction? KATEE SACKHOFF: That’s so sad. Poor Dana. Do you genuinely feel sympathy for her? SACKHOFF: None whatsoever. [Laughs]. She doesn’t have one redeeming quality. I tried desperately to give her a redeeming quality. I really tried. The only thing I could come up with was that she didn’t crack when… View Article
The 18th Scenemakers of 24 Season 8 with director Michael Klick and actress Katee Sackhoff. “Director Michael Klick takes us behind the scenes of Dana’s death.”
Your character got waterboarded in last week’s episode. What was your reaction when you got that script? Well, when I first read it, I thought, “It’s about time they do something to this poor girl.” [Laughs] I was excited to do it because I’ve never been waterboarded, and I thought it would really be kind… View Article
24 Season 8 Episode 18 promo pics from FOX. Jack Bauer prepares to interrogate (read: beat the shit out of) Dana Walsh, President Allison Taylor visits CTU, and Charles Logan meets Mikhail Novakovich.