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24: The Complete Series (2010)

Kiefer Sutherland , Carlos Bernard  |  NR |  DVD
4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (224 customer reviews)

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  • Actors: Kiefer Sutherland, Carlos Bernard, Dennis Haysbert, Mary Lynn Rajskub, Elisha Cuthbert
  • Format: Multiple Formats, AC-3, Box set, Color, Dolby, Dubbed, NTSC, Subtitled, Widescreen
  • Language: English (Dolby Digital 5.1)
  • Subtitles: Spanish
  • Dubbed: English, Spanish
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.77:1
  • Number of discs: 57
  • Rated: NR (Not Rated)
  • Studio: 20th Century Fox
  • DVD Release Date: December 14, 2010
  • Run Time: 6844 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (224 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0044E9JU0
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #7,560 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

Special Features

Season 1 Special Edition
Season 2
Season 3
Season 4
Season 5
Season 6
Season 7
Season 8
24 Redemption

24 Complete Series Bonus Disc:
Chloe's Arrest
Comic-Con 2009 Panel
Season 8 Wrap Party Reel
Eight Days (4 Segments)
Jack Bauer: Evolution of a Hero
Presidents Friends and Villains
Memories and Moments
Goodbye

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Review for Season One:
Such a simple idea--yet so fiendishly complex in the execution. 24, as surely everyone knows by now, is a thriller that takes places over 24 hours, midnight to midnight, in 24 one-hour episodes (well, 45-minute episodes if you subtract the commercials). Everything takes place in real time, which means no flashbacks, no flash-forwards, no handy time-dissolves. Every strand of the plot has to be dovetailed and interlocked so things happen just when they should, in the right amount of time. Not that easy.

Creator Robert Cochran and his team of writers and directors have done an impressive job of putting the jigsaw together and keeping the tension ratcheted up high, as federal agent Jack Bauer (Kiefer Sutherland) runs around L.A. trying to stall an assassination attempt on an African American presidential candidate and rescue his wife and daughter from the clutches of the Balkan baddies. Twists, turns, revelations, and cliffhangers are tossed at us with satisfying regularity. It's not perfect: we get some hokey plot devices (instant amnesia, anybody?); the final twist makes no sense whatsoever; there are altogether too many huggy family moments; and as for Dennis Hopper's "Serbian" accent....

Even so, this is undeniably mold-breaking TV. Sutherland, rescuing his career from the doldrums in one heroic leap, fully deserves his Golden Globe. Sets and locations are artfully deployed, and Sean Callery's score is a powerful, brooding presence. Like Murder One and The Sopranos, 24 is one of those series that future TV thrillers will be measured against. --Philip Kemp

Review for Season Two:
Jack Bauer is having another one of his "very bad days" in the second season of the groundbreaking real-time thriller 24. Once again the hours are ticking by with more guaranteed cliffhangers than a convention of mountain climbers. Holed up in a Los Angeles condo and estranged from his daughter, Jack is no longer on the government payroll; unfortunately for him, this small fact doesn't seem to matter to President David Palmer and the NSA, who call him back in to the CTU and give him 24 hours to infiltrate a terrorist organization that is planning to detonate a dirty bomb in the city of angels. All Jack wants is to get his daughter out of the city, unfortunately Kim's new employer, the abusive father of the child she is nannying, has other ideas.

Fans of the original won't be disappointed, as there are more than enough shock moments in the first few hours to hint at the climactic build-up to come, while newcomers can quickly get involved in the lives of Jack and his family. There are some new characters to bolster the veteran cast and, interestingly (although not surprisingly), Jack's character has taken an altogether darker, more psychopathic turn. The danger the characters find themselves in also has a much more global, not to mention topical, impetus, grounded as it is in the war against terrorism. Although the territory is more familiar this time around, this second season is just as much a high-tension, taut, adrenalin-fuelled ride as the first, and one that will have you glued to your TV for the next 24 hours. --Kristen Bowditch

Review for Season Three:
There's not one cougar to be found in 24's dynamic third season, and that's good news for everyone. After Jack Bauer's daughter Kim (Elisha Cuthbert) survived hokey hazards in season 2, she's now a full-time staffer at CTU, the L.A.-based intelligence beehive that's abuzz once again--three years after the events of "Day Two"--when a vengeful terrorist threatens to release a lethal virus that could wipe out much of the country's population. Jack (Kiefer Sutherland) attempts to broker a deal for the virus involving drug kingpin Ramon Salazar (Joaquim de Almeida), whose operation Jack successfully infiltrated at high personal cost: to maintain his cover, he got hooked on heroin. That potentially deadly triangle--drug lords, addiction, and bioterrorism on a massive scale--sets the 24-hour clock ticking in a tight, action-packed plot involving a potential traitor in CTU's midst; the return of TV's greatest villainesses in Nina Meyers (Sarah Clarke) and former First Lady Sherry Palmer (Penny Johnson Jerald); a troubled romance between Kim and Jack's new partner Chase (James Badge Dale); and a scandalized reelection campaign by president David Palmer (Dennis Haysbert), who monitors CTU as they struggle to (literally) save the day.

The intricately woven subplots that are 24's greatest strength are masterfully developed here, and character arcs are equally strong, especially among CTU staffers Tony (Carlos Bernard) and his wife Michelle (Reiko Aylesworth); CTU director Ryan Chappelle (Paul Schulze), who is season 3's tragic bargaining chip; and the annoying but well-intentioned Chloe O'Brian (Mary Lynn Rajskub), who makes pivotal contributions with by-the-book efficiency. It's 24's superior casting that overcomes the series' occasional lapses in credibility, and season 3's twists make marathon viewing a nerve-wracking delight. By the time it's all over, 24 once again leaves you gratefully exhausted. As always, Sutherland anchors the series in the role he was born to play. When Jack takes a private moment to release 24 hours' worth of near-fatal tension and psychological anguish, Sutherland proves that 24's dramatic priorities are as important as its thriller momentum. DVD extras include behind-the-scenes featurettes (about the prison break sequence, climactic F-18 Hornet air-strike, and real-life bio-weaponry) that pay welcome tribute to the series' hard-working crew, who create Emmy-worthy television under pressures as intense as 24 itself. --Jeff Shannon

Review for Season Four:
Oh boy. Here we go again! Just another exciting day in the life of 24 super-agent Jack Bauer (Kiefer Sutherland). The season kicks off with a deadly terrorist strike resulting in the kidnapping of his new boss, the U.S. Secretary of Defense James Heller (William Devane). Although a fired, ex-employee of the Counter Terrorist Unit (CTU), it is no surprise who is going to shift into full gear to bring the terrorists to justice. However, it doesn't take the super-agent long to discover the kidnapping of his boss is part of a much larger plan, master-minded by Habib Marvan (Arnold Vosloh) the middle eastern terrorist cell leader the US government has been trying to track down for years. Considered by many to be the best season of the first four, 24 - Season 4 is a definite departure from the first three seasons. First, the cast is almost entirely new. Second, the pacing of each episode does not seem as frantic. There appears to be a shift from the reliance on plot-shifting cliff hangers (which in some ways dragged down the quality of Season 3), to a focus on complex, over-arcing, multiple storylines, albeit very violent. What may be missing in superficial action clichés is definitely compensated for in a richer plot. That's not to say the show has slowed down; it's still amped up beyond anything else on TV, but compared to the previous seasons, 24 has gotten a lot smarter, and in turn, better. --Rob Bracco

Review for Season Five:
Arguably the series' best season to date, season 5 of 24 literally starts with a bang and never lets up, with an intricate executive-level conspiracy to control Central Asia's oil supply. Piling crisis upon crisis in an escalating series of deceptions, twists, and deeply hidden agendas, the day-long ordeal begins with a devastating political assassination connected to a disgraced former CTU agent (Peter Weller) and a radical group of Russian separatists (led by British actor Julian Sands) threatening to release lethal nerve gas in Los Angeles to protest a U.S./Russian treaty about to be signed by President Charles Logan (Gregory Itzin). As Logan's unstable wife Martha (Jean Smart), Secret Service agent Aaron Pierce (Glenn Morshower), and chief of staff Mike Novick (Jude Ciccolella) gradually uncover the conspiracy, CTU maverick Jack Bauer (series star Kiefer Sutherland) emerges from self-imposed exile to aid his CTU colleagues in a life-threatening quest for the truth. Meanwhile, CTU chief Bill Buchanan (James Morrison) is thwarted by an inexperienced, overbearing superior (Sean Astin) and an executive takeover of CTU led by Homeland Security chief Karen Hayes (Jayne Atkinson), forcing Bauer and his CTU loyalists to "go dark" and work independently to honor the memory of a slain friend and leader. Also figuring in are CTU's resident hacker-nerd extraordinaire, Chloe O'Brian (played to perfection by Mary Lynn Rajskub), Bauer's estranged daughter (Elisha Cuthbert), and his beloved CTU colleague Audrey Raines (Kim Raver).

Pivoting on a declaration of martial law and a mysterious cabal of unnamed conspirators, "Day 5" shocked even loyal 24 fans with a high body count including several important supporting characters. It all adds up to an exceptional season that earned Sutherland a well-deserved Emmy (for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series), equally deserving Emmy nominations for Itzin and Sharp, and an Emmy win for co-executive producer Jon Cassar's direction of the riveting season premiere. And while the breathtaking twists of 24 don't always hold up to intense scrutiny, these 24 episodes (running about 43 minutes each) are tightly written and flawlessly directed with an involving emphasis on thriller plotting and dramatic focus on the complex and operatically tragic relationship between President Logan and his traumatized wife. Add it all up, and you've got an addictive reason to look forward to season 6. --Jeff Shannon

Review for Season Eight:
Network television's most exciting series ends with a bang--a lot of bangs, in fact, along with multiple bams, whams, and booms---as 24 bows out with this six-disc set of episodes from its eighth and final season. As the action begins in New York City, Jack Bauer (Kiefer Sutherland), now a grandfather, has retired from his gig at the Counter Terrorist Unit (CTU) and plans to move to California to be with his family. Yeah, right. When he learns of a plot to assassinate President Omar Hassan (Anil Kapoor) of the mythical Islamic Republic of Kamistan--who's set to join the U.S. president, Allison Taylor (Cherry Jones), and the Russian leader at the United Nations, where they will sign a historic agreement that will end Kamistan's nuclear program and bring lasting peace to the Middle East--Jack leaps right back into the fray. Needless to say, the plot thickens faster than the pools of congealed blood he inevitably leaves in his deadly wake. Who's behind the assassination scheme? Is it Hassan's power-hungry brother, who has no desire to give up his country's nukes, or is he in cahoots with bigger, more sinister forces? Are there even CTU operatives involved in these dastardly machinations? Can Jack trust a single soul other than himself? That he will get to the bottom of all of this (or the top, as a central conspiracy reaches to the very highest government levels) is a given. That he will indulge in some questionable tactics to do so, including cynically using his allies and brutally torturing his enemies (depicted in some intense and rather graphic scenes), is also expected, especially as his relationship with a disgraced former FBI agent (Annie Wersching) ups the personal ante for him to the point of near-madness. Whether he will survive this particular day intact, however, is another matter entirely.

The makers of 24 have already shown that they're willing to go way over the top to preserve the central conceit (an entire season takes place in a single day, with each episode consuming one hour of that day), and the eighth season is no different. Plot twists that defy all credibility are not uncommon; there's no time to track down rumors or verify information, so the action tends to proceed in almost cartoon-like fashion. Many characters make cardboard look sturdy, especially the bad guys (a bunch of arrogant fools, craven traitors, and murderous louses). But that's what has made the show so addictive; it simply hurtles along, leaving no time to ask questions. And while the adventures of Jack Bauer, the ultimate one-man army, appear to be over for good, this season makes us wish that a day were just a bit longer then 24 hours. Bonus features include some extended episodes, "scenemakers" (detailed looks at certain scenes) for the majority of episodes, deleted scenes, and more. --Sam Graham

Product Description

Among the most innovative one-hour dramas ever to explode onto the small screen, 24 has exhilarated viewers and critics worldwide for eight electrifying seasons. Emmy® Winner Kiefer Sutherland stars as counter-terrorism agent Jack Bauer, whose rogue tactics constantly pit him against his superiors. With tension-filled storylines unfolding in real time, and a brilliant supporting cast, 24 remains one of TV’s most talked-about series.

This unparalleled 56-disc collection offers all eight seasons, the feature-length 24: Redemption, and a bonus disc of never-before-seen special features.

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112 of 116 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Landmark Television That Must Not Be Missed January 1, 2011
By kiae
Format:DVD
Every so often, a show comes around that reinvents television for ever. The X-Files reinvented Sci-Fi. Seinfeld reinvented comedy. 24 does for Serialized Action dramas what these shows did for their respective genres. What's great about 24 is that nothing like it had ever been seen before. It was bold. It was fresh. It was exciting. Each season consists of 24 one-hour long episodes. Jack Bauer, a federal agent, needs to stop some kind of act of terrorism (it's new every season.) But there's a twist: it takes place in real time. Each hour is an hour in the show universe as well, meaning, when all is said and done, each season is a day in the life of Jack Bauer. Meticulously assembled (at least in the first 5 or so seasons), the real-time aspect made the show. A drive across town might take half an episode, but it's frustrating when a life is on the line. Traffic lights are excruciating, especially if Jack's wife and daughter are kidnapped by terrorists, and we know in moments, they might die. If a terrorist claims they will attack at the end of the hour, the suspense will last until the end of the episode. Even better (or worse if you've started to watch late at night), is that each and every episode ends with a game-changing cliffhanger. You will wonder how the writers can come up with so many twists, but they consistently top themselves. The acting is phenomenal, although a little shaky in season one. As the characters were more fleshed out and the actors settled in, their parts were more believable, emotional, and heartfelt. The show is pretty violent and uses torture many times in order to extract information from terrorists. This was the subject of much criticism during its run, but I found it wasn't done in an excessive way to "disturb" viewers. Read more ›
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213 of 241 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars This is needed on BLU RAY! December 14, 2010
Format:DVD
There's no reason why this can't be on Blu Ray as well. And we'll probably see it sooner or later, but we should have it now! If you agree with this, please leave a comment. It'll be our own little petition.
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53 of 57 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars The series to own? Five stars. This DVD package? Three. January 17, 2012
Format:DVD
Finally sat down and watched the series on DVD after seeing it on TV. It deserved better than this presentation. Let me explain:

The good: All seasons in wide screen with awesome picture. This is a fantastic show and a must own, 8 days of pure entertainment.
The bad: Rewind a little and you may be watching the same scene again with glitchy sound. Then the scene will start over with true sound.
The ugly: DVD cases break easily or come already broken. Whoever designed the jewel case here should not be in the business, there are little broken white plastic bits all over.
The menu system does not have the ability to "play all". Get ready to reach for the remote 192 times when it should really be 48 times (four episodes per disc). Rewinding is very glitchy, you must trick the DVD by going to the menu to go back a chapter as it won't let you rewind past any of the ticking numbers.

These problems persist, at least, in the first three seasons. Three days worth of glitchy rewinding and sound, broken DVD cases and ill designed menu systems. Will keep watching and update if it gets better in later seasons.
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53 of 61 people found the following review helpful
By Karl
Format:DVD
Nothing short of great TV. Loved watching it and always looked forward to the next show. Edge of your seat, white knuckle action! Its hard to resist the whole season at this price, but I'm going to hold out for the Blu-Ray.
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28 of 34 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Great Show but flawed disks unacceptable April 14, 2013
Format:DVD|Verified Purchase
24 is a great show but my problem, as I have read from other reviews, is with the quality of the disks. I encountered numerous problems with many disks throughout the series where episodes would start skipping and locking up with digital artifacts and some episodes would not play at all. I contacted Amazon who offered me a partial refund or a replacement set. Whoever produced these disks for this set did a terrible, poor, cheap, unprofessional job. I am very disappointed with this product and would recommend others to NOT purchase it.
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30 of 37 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Not enough for the 24 mega fan January 15, 2011
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I'm crazy obsessed with 24 and own all of the individual dvds. Of course I'm going to buy them all again in the complete box set. I love the show that much and then some. However, I expected there to be more bonus items included within the box set. All you get is one bonus disc that is exclusive to the box set that is short and not worth spending hundreds of dollars on. The dvds themselves are not specially packaged either. They are just the same dvd sets that you would buy off of the shelf just stuck inside a box, which is fine but it I hate feeling like I just bought the whole series all over again just to get a stupid box and a lame bonus disc.

To me, a box set needs to be more special than that. It needs special packaging to make it feel like one complete set. They really could have been far more creative with the packaging and presentation. On the bonus disc is a short (and I stress "short") mini-episode showing Chloe getting arrested. How hard would it really have been for them to make one more hour to watch? Instead they gave us like 5 minutes of something that really isn't worth seeing if all you see is 5 minutes of it.

Don't get your hopes up for new, special packaging, pictures, clips, deleted scenes, behind the scenes, or interviews you've never seen before. The bonus disc will give a total of about 30 minutes of actual interesting footage. The rest of it is just filler. Seriously, its mostly montages of clips from the show that you've already seen.

I hate to say it, but the bottom line is... if you're a crazy mega fan like myself and just have to have it because its not in your collection... then maybe consider the fact that you'll only be fulfilling the satisfaction of adding to your 24 dvd collection and nothing else.
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5.0 out of 5 stars The most intense series ever!!!
Great purchase!
Published 1 day ago by Todd Sacks
5.0 out of 5 stars Five Stars
awesome set
Published 6 days ago by KK
4.0 out of 5 stars Great. .
The series was great. .happy that I ordered it. .
It answered a lot of questions about the show. .
Published 9 days ago by thomas sidney
5.0 out of 5 stars Five Stars
what do I need to say its 24
Published 9 days ago by pete hewitt
1.0 out of 5 stars It sucked - I wanted to get the series through Amazon ...
It sucked - I wanted to get the series through Amazon because I thought it was the best quality but how do you know that when there is nothing on the DVDs when they arrive. Read more
Published 12 days ago by drake
5.0 out of 5 stars Five Stars
Love 24 hate that it has ended! Hoping Jack returns...
Published 23 days ago by Bridget C Rogers
5.0 out of 5 stars Nice Collector Set
If you haven't seen this series, buy this set. There is nothing else you could spend less than $200 on that will give you so many hours of entertainment. Read more
Published 26 days ago by Cheryle Brown
5.0 out of 5 stars Love it!
Watching the series for the first time. Love it!! Got a great deal on it.
Published 1 month ago by Eric D.
5.0 out of 5 stars Enjoyed every single episode of the entire series
What can I say . . . Jack is the man! Enjoyed every single episode of the entire series, including the most recent season just completed! Hope Jack will be back!!!!
Published 1 month ago by Nan M
5.0 out of 5 stars Five Stars
Excellent; received in a timely manner and the quality of theDVDs are excellent
Published 1 month ago by Betty B. Farley
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24 complete series on BLU RAY Petition
I was going to buy the set but I know they will sooner or later release it in Blu. I WANT IT IN BLU
Dec 8, 2010 by Adam |  See all 50 posts
blu-ray confirmed?
With the release of the "Live Another Day" Mini Series...I know in my gut, they will be releasing the series on Blue Ray. It just makes sense!
May 9, 2014 by Pap Dog Mom |  See all 2 posts
are all the webisodes included?
There were 3 Rookie series and I think two of them are somewhere on the sets. I'm pretty sure the third is nowhere to be found.

I don't think Day Zero is on there and it shouldn't be, its a horrible joke.
Aug 28, 2013 by Xen |  See all 2 posts
which edition of season one is included?
SPECIAL EDITION
Jun 12, 2012 by mc-Hotsauce |  See all 3 posts
24 Complete Series DVD for $179.99 @ Target and $199.99 @BestBuy
Thanks for the heads up. It's looks like Amazon has matched Target's price of $179.99
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