Review of 24: Legacy

60 minutes

Centers on a military hero who encounters a troubled return to the U.S., compelling him to ask CTU for help in saving his life, and stopping what potentially could be one of the largest-scale terror attacks on American soil.
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Mar 16, 2017 6:13PM EDT

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Wow, just wow. I have no words for this show, other than that it is a spectacular thrill-ride that keeps you on the edge of your seats. The synopsis of the show is all about former soldier, Eric Carter, and his life prolonged after a great encounter in the prequel, which can only be watched on the Samsung Galaxy's VR. After the prequel, life is great until well-known terrorist, Jadalla Bin-Khalid shows up and threatens to the plunge the world into chaos, with a list of attacks. As all of this is happening, Carter plans to put what is most important first in his wife, trying to keep her and the innocent lives of the nation safe at all costs. People should not think of this show as a reboot of "24," and that it is not as good as its predecessors, but people need to get through their heads that this is not Keither Sutherland or Jack Bauer, this is Corey Hawkins and Eric Carter, who not only is magnificent as the so called "new Jack Bauer," but can handle a role like this. Do yourselves a favor and see this show for what it really is, not a reboot, neither a bad show, but an action-packed suspenseful thriller that you will find yourselves watching for hours on end, waiting desperately for new episodes to air on your television stations. Not only is the show great, the cast is superb, with Miranda Otto, Jimmy Smits, Anna Diop, Teddy Sears, Dan Bucatinsky, Gerald McRaney, Sheila Vand, Charlie Hofheimer and many more. Please give this show a try and support it for what it really is, a riveting thriller, not a reboot!


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