Carlos Bernard (“Tony Almeida”) and Reiko Aylesworth (“Michelle Dessler”) will be guests on the first of four presentations of the webshow “24inside,” taking place Tuesdays, May 4, 11, 18 and 25. On the same night as each episode airs in May, “24inside” can be viewed on-demand at www.24inside.com.
“24inside” is similar to a standard entertainment talk show, with a live audience, but it is presented especially for the devoted fans of 24. With help from host Daphne Brogdon (“Playing it Straight”), a lively discussion will ensue, dissecting what happened on the episode that just aired. The audience will participate via in-studio comments and e-mails. Fans will be able to view each episode of “24inside” online for seven days.
The four webshows airing in May will be sponsored by 20th Century Fox Feature Films on behalf of the May 28 release of “The Day After Tomorrow.” Directed by Roland Emmerich (“Independence Day”), the movie stars Dennis Quaid, Jake Gyllenhaal, Sela Ward, Ian Holm and Emmy Rossum. FOX and 20TH Century Fox will present an exclusive 10-minute preview of the film Wednesday, May 12 (8:44-8:54 PM ET/PT) on FOX.
In “Independence Day,” Emmerich revealed the near destruction of the Earth by aliens. Now in “The Day After Tomorrow,” the enemy is an even more devastating force — nature itself. Tornadoes rip Los Angeles; a massive snowstorm pounds New Delhi; hail the size of grapefruit batters Tokyo; and in New York City, the temperature swings from sweltering to freezing in one day. In this special-effects packed, highly anticipated event motion picture, an abrupt climate change has cataclysmic consequences for the entire planet.
24 is a production of Real Time Productions and Imagine Television in association with 20th Century Fox Television. Joel Surnow, Robert Cochran, Brian Grazer and Howard Gordon are the executive producers.
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