24 Season 8 Episode 17

Jack Bauer carrying a dying Renee Walker in 24 Season 8 Episode 17

24’s Annie Wersching: Renee’s Death Will Make Jack Spiral Out of Control

Oh no, 24 didn’t. In the final moments of this week’s episode, the show killed off Renee Walker (Annie Wersching) just seconds after she and Jack Bauer (Kiefer Sutherland) consummated their relationship. TVGuide.com sat down with Wersching, who’s showing a little baby bump, to discuss the aftermath of Renee’s death, the emotion of being Jack’s… View Article

Annie Wersching TV Guide Magazine interview

You know the drill – spoilers for episode 17 in this interview. At this point it’s all over the internet and television/radio/magazine interviews so I’m not gonna keep putting a spoiler disclaimer anymore after this. It was the shocker of shockers for 24 fans. As soon as Jack Bauer (Kiefer Sutherland) and Renee Walker (Annie… View Article

Review Roundup: 24 Season 8 Episode 17 (8:00AM – 9:00AM)

IGN TV – 24: “Day 8: 8:00 AM-9:00 AM” Review: My big issue is that I don’t get what the point is, storywise, in killing Renee. It didn’t feel earned. Was it to make it personal for Jack? To give him a truly intense motivation going forward? That easily could have been accomplished with Hassan’s… View Article

Annie Wersching interviewed by TV Squad

’24’ is almost over, but Jack Bauer is about to face one of his toughest challenges yet — trying to start a romantic relationship with Annie Wersching’s Renee Walker. Jack and Renee take a well-deserved break from kicking bad guy ass to explore their romantic feelings for each other on tonight’s much-anticipated episode. I recently… View Article

Mary Lynn Rajskub audio interviews

Mary Lynn did a couple radio interviews today and here they are. 99.5 WYCD Detroit’s Best Country The “Dr Don Morning Show with Rachael and Grunwald” has a brief Mary Lynn Rajskub interview on 24‘s final season and what she’s doing next. It contains a short tease that “There’s some crazy stuff for my character”…. View Article

Gregory Itzin back on ’24’ as disgraced president

But no one on “24” can overshadow Charles Logan, the former chief executive who commanded the fifth season as scoundrel, boob and treasonous schemer. Deliciously played by Gregory Itzin, President Logan stayed busy at his waffling, cover-ups, secret deals with terrorists, even an implicit role in Palmer’s assassination — all of it done (as Logan… View Article