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24 - Season 1 Episode 1 EXCLUSIVE

The first season of the American drama television series 24, also known as Day 1, was first broadcast from November 6, 2001, to May 21, 2002, on Fox. The season's storyline starts at midnight and ends at the following midnight on the day of the California presidential primary.

24 - Season 1 Episode 1


The season's main plot revolves around an assassination attempt on David Palmer, a U.S. Senator from Maryland who is a candidate for the Democratic Party presidential nomination, on the day of the primary in California. The central character is Jack Bauer, a former United States Army Delta Force operator who is the Director of the fictional Counter Terrorist Unit (CTU) in Los Angeles. Bauer becomes professionally as well as personally involved when his wife Teri and daughter Kim are kidnapped by the people behind the assassination plot.

The season is divided into two halves; the first revolves around a mercenary group's efforts to control Jack Bauer by kidnapping his wife and daughter and forcing him to kill Senator Palmer. This culminates in Jack's successful rescue of his family. In the second half, a second wave of assassins is discovered. As CTU tracks their activities, Jack learns why he and the Senator are being targeted, and motions to counter against the assassins.

Season 1 starts and ends at 12:00 a.m. PST. The season's first half centers on the efforts of a terrorist cell led by Ira Gaines to assassinate presidential candidate David Palmer. They kidnap Jack Bauer's wife and daughter in order to force him to aid in the assassination and take the fall for Palmer's death. Jack eventually defeats this cell and Gaines in the process of saving his wife and daughter, but this only leads to information about a second group of terrorists who had employed the first cell. The second cell is led by those ultimately responsible for the day's events: Andre and Alexis Drazen.

During the last few episodes, the plot twists revealed many surprises. It was revealed that Bauer's team had only killed Drazen's body double. Drazen's wife and daughter, however, were inadvertently killed, prompting the "eye for an eye" aspect of the plot: as Drazen's wife and daughter died, so would Bauer's wife and daughter. Viewers also discovered that the real Victor Drazen is a top secret, unofficial prisoner of the U.S. government, and the Drazens' primary goal was to free Victor Drazen.

Drazen's plot backfires rather spectacularly, as an enraged Jack kills Drazen's son and guards, and in the process corners Victor Drazen before killing him, after both have exchanged fire in a shootout. Afterwards, Jack Bauer speaks with a member of the Coast Guard to arrange to claim his daughter's body. The Coast Guard informs Bauer that they did not find a body that night. Bauer realizes that Nina Myers is the mole. He calls George Mason and tells him to detain Myers, but Myers, who heard that Bauer had survived, was already preparing for exfiltration by erasing all the incriminating information of herself on CTU's computer. Bauer's wife, Teri, is confused about the events surrounding Jack's attempt to rescue their daughter, and looks for Myers, whom she trusts. Teri realizes that Myers is the mole, however, and Myers ties her to a chair. Jack comes to CTU and lets the agents take Myers into custody (as opposed to killing her). He then discovers his wife's body in the chair with a fatal gunshot wound to her abdomen. The season ends with Jack cradling his dead wife in his arms, while he constantly tells her he is sorry.

The trailer for the first season aired some time between April and November, 2001. The trailer announces that David Palmer may become the first black U.S. President and shows Jack Bauer learning about the assassination attempt and corruption within his agency. Notably, the trailer shows the explosion of a commercial plane that was edited out of the show in response to the September 11 attacks.[26] All other scenes shown are from the premiere episode.

The first season received universal acclaim, scoring a Metacritic rating of 88/100 based on 27 reviews.[27] On Rotten Tomatoes, the season has an approval rating of 95% with an average score of 8.7 out of 10 based on 21 reviews. The website's critical consensus reads, "Brimming with tension and political intrigue, 24 successfully introduces its unique, high-concept format and a compelling hero worth watching in Kiefer Sutherland's Jack Bauer."[28]

Fox initially ordered thirteen episodes of the show to try it out. The successful rescue at the end of the first half of the season was planned as a series finale in case the show was not picked up for the rest of the year.

24: Season One was released on DVD in North America on September 17, 2002, making 24 the first television show to release a season set immediately after the season ended. Because of the rushed nature of the original release and its lack of special features, a special edition DVD set was released on May 20, 2008.

The season was scheduled to begin airing on October 30, but after the terrorist attacks of September 11, the date was moved back a week to November 6th. Fox originally only ordered thirteen episodes, but in late November, picked the show up for a full 24-episode season, after airing only three episodes. Five days before the finale aired, 24 was renewed for a second season.

The first season had a dramatic and unexpected ending: the death of Teri Bauer. Many fans were dismayed by this sudden plot twist, while others applauded 24's genre-defying willingness to kill major characters with little warning. The producers also filmed an alternate ending in which Teri, Kim, and Jack are reunited, and another in which Teri is shot, but survives. However, they eventually decided to go with the death of Teri Bauer as the climax of season one. The first alternate ending is available on the Season 1 DVD boxed set.

Remember the Three from episode two? They appear briefly to John here, foretelling his eventual fate. We also get a couple of cameos from Niamh Walsh and Joely Richardson as young and old Ethel Cripps.

The ProposalSeason1Episode24Air dateApril 14, 2004WriterJosh SchwartzDirectorHelen ShaverRatings10 MillionDuration44 minutesEpisode GuidePreviousNext"The Nana""The Shower""The Proposal" is the twenty-fourth episode in the first season of the Fox drama series The O.C.. The episode aired on the fourteenth of April, in 2004.

The episode ends with Matthew and Dream discussing how they plan to undo all the destruction John caused. Since Dream has retrieved all his tools, he can now begin to rebuild the Dreaming and the Waking World.

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This episode was originally scheduled to air on September 22, 2019 on Polish channel MiniMini+, but was replaced with a rerun of an earlier episode. However, it was still released the following day on the nc+ GO on-demand service.

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According to Jim Miller, Discord impersonating Grogar was planned since the beginning of the season, as they wanted Chrysalis, Tirek, and Cozy Glow to be the main antagonists because they had more connection to the main characters.[2]

The One Where Rachel Finds OutSeason 1, episode 2424th overall episode of FriendsRachel at the airport.Episode InformationAir dateMay 18, 1995Written byChris BrownDirected byKevin S. BrightEpisode GuidePreviousThe One With The BirthNextThe One With Ross' New Girlfriend

"The One Where Rachel Finds Out" is the twenty-fourth episode and season finale of the first season of Friends, which aired on May 18, 1995. Ross travels to China for work, Joey balances sexually-related research and a new girlfriend, and an inadvertent comment by Chandler leads to Rachel learning of Ross' love for her.

Back at the job site, Tom Parker is cutting projects and breaking hearts, specifically, the heart of Young Stringbean, who was all excited to build that thing he designed earlier in the episode. Tom also hasn't brought any of those extra workers he promised, but still has the nerve to complain that the work isn't progressing as fast as he wants. Young Stringbean is pissed, and so am I: justice for Stringbean!

As mentioned above, there are going to be 12 episodes in Andor Season 1, with the first three episodes having been released together on the day of the premiere. The following episodes are scheduled to release weekly at the same time, i.e., every Wednesday at 12 am PT / 3 am ET.

What Have You Done?Season 1, episode 24Production code:692-006Airdate:September 13, 2010CreditsDirector:Larry LeichliterStory:Merriwether WilliamsTim McKeonWritten & storyboarded by:Elizabeth ItoAdam MutoEpisodesPrevious"Rainy Day Daydream"Next"His Hero"Read transcript"What Have You Done?" is the twenty-fourth episode in the first season of Adventure Time. It's the twenty-fourth episode overall.

As commander of the SVU, Capt. Olivia Benson (Mariska Hargitay) is a seasoned veteran of the unit who has seen it all. She leads with empathy and professionalism, all the while dealing with her difficult past as a product of rape, and her responsibility as a trailblazer in survivor advocacy, both of which influence the way she relates to the victims and perpetrators of each case. Olivia Benson is the longest-running female character in a primetime live-action television series. 041b061a72


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