24: Live Another Day Countdown Clock

If you’re as excited about the return of 24 as we are, you’ve probably been counting down the days until Jack Bauer graces our screen again. We’ve already had a countdown clock in the sidebar of our website, but now we’re taking it one step further with a 24: Live Another Day Countdown Clock.

24: Live Another Day Countdown Clock
Click the image to see the 24: Live Another Day Countdown Clock!

This isn’t just any old generic countdown, it has the iconic “24” clock complete with audio so you can get hyped in true 24 fashion! The countdown was created by the extraordinarily talented Arian Tashakkor.

Tip: clicking on the page will mute the audio, so if you want to leave the countdown open for an extended period of time (a second monitor for example), you can do so without hearing the clock ticking sound constantly.


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If you go to the clock on Thursday, April 10, 2014 at 7:35:36 PM, it’ll show 24:24:24:24

Great math on your part. Now, get a life. Just kidding. That’s pretty kewl.

I don’t think thats true—there would not be 24 hours and some minutes and seconds. 24 hours would be a whole day. The largest hours that would show on this type of clock would be 23.

Good point! That was a classic 24-fan-reasoning. Don’t know how I missed that.

That one’s a LOT nicer than mine! (-;

FWIW, I’ve been quietly maintaining my countdown since October last year!


I simply used the free webcountdown.net service to make mine. Up to now, I hadn’t announced it anywhere except on the IMDb boards.

(Back in October when I started my countdown, we didn’t know the exact premiere date, so I initially used a best-guess date based on available clues. Of course, I’ve since updated it to the announced premiere date and time.)

“so if you want to leave the countdown open for an extended period of time (a second monitor for example)”

Haha! As excited as I am for LAD, I’m not THAT excited. It’s not exactly gonna be Day 5.

That said, credit to Arion ‘cos it’s a good official looking countdown that entertained me for nearly 90 seconds.

Pic from Jon Cassar. The phone says CIA:

It appears that Cisco may no longer sponsor the show. That’s an Avaya IP phone – see the link below.


Means no more original CTU ringtone.

Pic from Jon Cassar. Apparently the phone says “Central Intelligence Agency” (CIA)

Not to be pedantic, but your counter in the sidebar is counting down to 8pm GMT on May 5. Not sure if this is because I am in the GMT timezone and it’s using my computer’s clock – anyways, just to let you know

Yeah, it uses your computer clock. Thanks for letting me know, I’ll see if I can change that in the future.

The clock is going to 9:00 P.M., not 8:00 P.M., probably because of DST, but still.